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The Most Dangerous Game with a Bow: Secrets of the PSE Pros [Kindle Edition]

John E. Phillips
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Book Description

Can you face a wild animal with the ability to eat, maul or trample you, with only a bow and arrow in your hand? When you stare death in the face at less than 30 yards, can you control your fear and the adrenaline rush that hits you, and do you have enough confidence in your shooting skills and your bow’s ability to perform the task before it? If you have, then you’ve experienced what very-few people on God’s earth have the opportunity to do and survive.

From where does courage come? How does a person obtain courage? What can courage do for you? Each time you face a fear, a dangerous situation or a life-and-death experience, and you push through the fear and the emotion of the moment, you dip up a deep cup of courage and pour it into your being. The more courage you obtain, and the more fear you face, the happier you can be. My definition of happiness is the absence of fear. The hunters we write about in this book are some of the happiest people I know. Most enjoy the hunt for dangerous game far more than they enjoy the actual shots they take. Hunting dangerous game with bows and arrows gives an individual an opportunity to step back to a time when survival depended on the accuracy and courage of the men and women who went afield with bows and arrows.

In this book, you’ll meet some amazing bowhunters who’ve had dreams of hunting dangerous game and have realized those dreams. Most of these hunters have made many-more than one dangerous-game hunt. If you’ve always dreamed of standing at full draw with a 1,000-pound Cape buffalo looking you in the eyes about to charge, you’ve wondered how you will respond when close to a bull elephant that easily can turn you into a sausage patty, or you’re less-than 30 yards from a brown bear that can take down and kill a moose weighing more than 800 pounds, then I believe you’ll really enjoy this book. If you’ve always had a dream of making a dangerous-game hunt, this book will let you read about the men who’ve lived your dream and know how to fulfill your dreams.

Product Details

  • File Size: 4290 KB
  • Print Length: 183 pages
  • Publisher: Night Hawk Publications, Inc. (November 24, 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00E1NC8IY
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #781,400 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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4.0 out of 5 stars Nice an original bowhunting book December 8, 2013
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Origional book about bowhunting for various game on several places on the planet.
Inside information and tips by professionals, written as nice stories with some photos.
Focus on hunting with a compound bow, not on shooting techniques or tuning.
A bit PSE orientated, but this is to be expected from the frontpage text.
All in all good value for the money and good to read on a eReader.
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More About the Author

John, winner of the 2012 Homer Circle Fishing Award for outstanding fishing writer by the American Sportfishing Association (AMA) and the Professional Outdoor Media Association (POMA), the 2008 Crossbow Communicator of the year and the 2007 Legendary Communicator chosen for induction into the National Fresh Water Hall of Fame, is a freelance writer (over 6,000 magazine articles for about 100 magazines and several thousand newspaper columns published), magazine editor, photographer for print media as well as industry catalogues (over 25,000 photos published), lecturer, outdoor consultant, marketing consultant, book author and daily internet content provider with an overview of the outdoors. Phillips has been a contributor to many national magazines, has been affiliated with 27-radio stations across Alabama serving as their outdoor editor and wrote for a weekly syndicated column, "Alabama Outdoors," for 38-Alabama newspapers for more than 13 years. Phillips was Outdoor Editor for the "Birmingham Post-Herald" for 24 years. Phillips was also the executive editor for "Great Days Outdoors" magazine for 3 years.

The author of almost 30 books on the outdoors, Phillips is a founding member of the Professional Outdoor Media Association (POMA) and an active member of the Southeastern Outdoors Press Association (SEOPA). Phillips also is the owner of Night Hawk Publications, a marketing and publishing firm, and president of Creative Concepts, an outdoor consulting group.

Phillips conducts seminars across the nation at colleges in freelance writing, photography and outdoor education besides teaching courses in how to sell what you write to writers' groups. Phillips received his photography training as a still-lab photo specialist for six years in the Air Force. He was the chief photographer for Mannequins, Inc., a Birmingham modeling agency, for 11 years.

While serving as 2nd Vice President of the Alabama Wildlife Federation, Phillips was in charge of all press releases for the organization as well as serving as Chairman of Alabama's Big Buck Contest, which he founded more than 30 years ago. He also was president of the Alabama Sportsman's Association for three years.

Phillips is the recipient of a Certificate of Merit from the Governor of Alabama and the Department of Conservation for his work in the outdoor field. Phillips is vitally interested in the outdoors and travels the nation collecting personalities, stories and how-to information for his articles and features.

EDUCATION: B.S. degree from the University of West Alabama with a physical education major and a history minor.

EXPERIENCE: 10 years parttime and fulltime physical director for YMCAs and 34 years as a freelance writer, photographer, editor, book author, lecturer and daily-content provider for websites. Currently, Phillips is a field editor for Game and Fish Publications; serves on the editorial board of Grandview Media; is a regular contributor to 12 internet magazines and a daily content provider for 8 websites.

WRITING AWARDS: Runnerup - Best Outdoor Magazine Feature - 1981 - SEOPA; Certificate of Merit - Awarded by Alabama's Governor for writings on conservation; Most Outstanding Sports Writer in Southeast - 1983 & 1984; Best Outdoor Feature in Alabama, 1987 - Alabama Sportswriters' Association 3rd Place; Best Book of the Year - 1989 - SEOPA; 2007 - inducted into the National Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame as a Legendary Communicator; 2008 - received award naming him 2008 Crossbow Communicator of the Year from the Crossbow Manufacturers' Association; 2009 - GAMMA Honorable Mention for Consumer/Paid Best Essay for July/August 2008 in "Southern Sporting Journal."


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