The 4rd Edition, published in 2015, is a must for any hunter’s or whitetail deer enthusiast’s personal library. Bowhunting Records of North American Whitetail Deer, 4rd Edition, is designed as a handy, information-packed resource tool. State and provincial listings are separated and ranked in numerical order by final score. Scientific data gleaned from the scoring forms in the archives, including final score, length of main beams, inside spread, number of points, county where harvested, hunter’s name, year taken, all-time rank and state rank, are given for each specimen listed.
The listings are enhanced with portrait photographs of the largest deer, typical and non-typical, for each state and province. Also featured are dozens and dozens of quality field photos and entry density maps for each state.
WT IV is an 850-page hardcover book, listing more than 60,000 whitetail deer and Coues’ deer entries from the Records archives. Included are all entries accepted into the Records Program through January 1, 2015.
The book, edited by P&Y member Joe Bell, contains a wealth of whitetail deer knowledge…sure to make you a better bowhunter. Entertaining and educational chapters on subjects such as: blood trailing, mental medicine for shooting, trophy stories, scouting and hunting both whitetails and Coues' deer.