Anniversary Special: Three Books, $35
Anniversary Special: Three Books, $35
Anniversary Special: Three Books, $35
Anniversary Special: Three Books, $35
Anniversary Special: Three Books, $35

Anniversary Special: Three Books, $35

For a limited time you can receive copies of Born A Hunter, Carl Rungius, and The Last Best Day for only $35 — a savings of over $95!

Born A Hunter, 288 Pages, 8.25" x 10"
From brown bear and Dall's sheep in Alaska, to elephant and Cape buffalo in Africa, Dwight Van Brunt has hunted much of the world’s great game. In Born a Hunter, his first book, he takes the reader along on more than thirty exciting trips afield. Honest, humorous and edgy, Van Brunt writes in a fashion that goes beyond the too-common where-to-go and how-to-do-it that is so common in outdoor writing. Join him on an exciting chase after a cattle-killing leopard and a grueling hunt for a grand desert bighorn. Share his adventures for Stone's sheep in the Yukon, desert mule deer in Sonora, and both sable and kudu in Namibia. Look over his shoulder as he hunts bighorn sheep, moose, elk, and deer alone and with his son and daughter. With field photography, and superb illustrations by Jocelyn Russell, Van Brunt has spent a lifetime pondering why he is so drawn to the hunt. His book is a must-read for anyone who shares his passion.

Carl Rungius Big Game Hunter, 117 pages, Gold-embossed, Leather-bound.
Rungius is considered the most important big game painter, and the first career wildlife artist in North America. This book contains the artist's methods, resourcefulness, simplicity and ideals. Published with a handsome linen cover filled with dozens of drawings and full-color paintings by the legendary artist.

The Last Best Day, 250 Pages
A great fly-fishing book detailing the means and feelings of fly-fishing and where it can lead, both in body and in spirit. It is about a perception which transcends the day-to-day and elevates the essence of living to a higher place. This is not a book about how to fly-fish, but instead about what fly-fishing means and how it feels. These stories come from the creeks and rivers of the Appalachians, to the high country and desert streams of the American Southwest, to the great salmon, rainbow, and grayling waters of Alaska. The Last Best Day also features more than 40 drypoint etchings by renowned sporting artist Brett Smith.

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