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Whitetail Access

By Chris Eberhart

Format: Paperback

SKU# Z3002

Stop staring at the pages of your favorite deer hunting magazines, loaded with photos of trophy bucks taken across the Midwest, thinking you'll never be able to afford to hunt those top states where the really big ones live. Inside the pages of Whitetail Access, successful hunter Chris Eberhart shows you how to hunt those top states on a shoestring budget. Chris takes you along with him for a whole season as he hits top trophy buck spots. You'll experience the reality of hunting both public and private lands and insights on how to gain access to hunting land when you're on the road.

  • Easy-to-follow how-to approach to staying within your budget
  • Tips for effective scouting of public land
  • Advice for getting permission for access to private land

For less than the cost of most guided hunts, Chris hunts five states over the course of three months. Whitetail Access shows you how you can too!

SKU Z3002
Additional Feature 150 b&w, 30 color photos
Author/Speaker/Editor Chris Eberhart
File/Trim Size 6 x 9
Format Paperback
ISBN 13 9780896898349
Number Of Pages 224

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If its Eberhart its good info! Review by Jacob

I have only made it threw about half of the book so far and it is good stuff just like all the Eberhart stuff is. I have read many of his and his dads books and find all the information to be some the best I have ever read or watched(talking about the DVDs). It is good information about killing big bucks in real life deer hunting. It is more of a documentary on a season long hunting adventure that he did traveling from state to state, but It is packed with some good helpful information.

(Posted on 11/21/2013)

Whitetail Access Review by Joe Sabbadino

Very disappointing. I thought information would help me to know who to contact in various states, prices of out-of-state licenses, where the better GMA areas are, etc. Rather, it shared what the author did and gave vast accounts of his hunting at the various places.

(Posted on 7/12/2011)

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