One Man Chair Hunting Blind CamoflaugeThis blind is a perfect fit for just about anything you hunt. Providing great cover in both tall grasslands, as well as wooded areas, this blind is versatile and mobile if you need to pick up and move quickly. Using our BIGFOOT Camouflage pattern, it provides great concealment! Whether you're hunting fowl, deer, or other big game this blind is the answer you're looking for!
Michigan-SASQUATCH HUNTING PERMIT LICENSE TAG DECAL TRUCK POLARIS RZR JEEP WRANGLER STICKER 2-PACK!-MI
247 Skins Sasquatch Hunting Permits are made from Durable Triple layer Sticker material with a Crystal clear Over Laminate. Please don't confuse these with cheap, paper thin stickers manufactured by several home printers and sign companies. Permits are Easily removable without leaving a sticky residue. These decals are very Easy to install, have Vibrant Color and High definition detail. They are 5 year UV Resistant & Fade proof.
Searching for Sasquatch: Crackpots, Eggheads, and Cryptozoology (Palgrave Studies in the History of Science and Technology)
How does science treat evidence from the edges? This fresh and entertaining look at the search for Sasquatch concerns more than just the startling and controversial nature of monsters and monster hunting in the late twentieth century, but the more important relationship between the professional scientists and amateur naturalists who hunt them—and their place in the history of science. The traditional heroic narrative of monster-hunting situates mainstream, academic scientists (the eggheads) as villains rejecting the existence of anomalous primates and cryptozoology as unworthy of study. It gives a privileged place to passionate amateur naturalists (the crackpots) who soldier on against great odds, and the obstinacy of the mainstream to bring knowledge of these creatures to light. Brian Regal shows this model to be inaccurate: many professional scientists eagerly sought anomalous primates, examining their traces and working out evolutionary paradigms to explain them. Even though scientific thinking held that anomalous primates—Bigfoot, Sasquatch, Yeti—did not and could not exist, these scientists risked their careers because they believed these creature to be a genuine biological reality.
The Field & Stream Hunting Optics Handbook: An Expert's Guide to Riflescopes, Binoculars, Spotting Scopes, and Rangefinders
Hunters often spend more money on optical equipment than they do on rifles, and yet they usually know very little about "glass." Binoculars, rifle scopes and range finders cost a minimum of $1,000 each. That consumer wants to ensure he's spending money on the right products. This book informs the reader what kind of performance to look for in optics, depending on where they're going and what they're hunting. Good binoculars and scopes vastly improve a hunter's focus and range. Specific products are reviewed and presented here - with photos - in an easy-to-understand shoppers' guide that will vastly improve the hunting experience. Thomas McIntyre is a contributing editor at "Field & Stream," where he regularly tests new optics. He lives in Wyoming.