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Old 06-15-2009, 08:25 AM
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jamsta123
 
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Default new ebobk preview... wanna trade??

hey, below is a couple ofpassages from the deer ebook.

any one want to trade anything?

as i am only 15, and dont own alot of hunting gear, i am willing to trade any old things you have lying around and that you dont use any more.

any offers???






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Since early times, people have used deer and deer skins for many different things such as clothing, pouches, and food. After European settlers came to North America they killed so many deer that deer became extinct in some regions. A lot later people started protecting deer. Then people got rid of the mountain lions and wolves because they were killing there sheep. So there was no one to kill the deer, and now people are trying to decrease the population. "[/b]
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"Scouting plays perhaps the most critical role in your deer hunt. A few hours spent out in the field before the season can make all the difference when the season starts. Here are some things to keep in mind as your scout the areas you are planning to hunt the season and what signs to look for"[/b]
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"Ask any veteran hunter what their greatest environmental enemy is. Take a guess. Is it terrain? Or foliage? Or the availability of open space? If your guess is any of these, you’d be wrong. According to them, weather is the greatest deterrent to a productive hunting session."[/b][/b]
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"Finding the best location is the key to a successful deer hunt. Time to get your deer stand set up in the right location. To find the best site for optimum deer hunting you must set out on foot to find where deer spend their time."[/b][/b]
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"Male deer are called bucks, bulls, stags or harts. Female deer are called does, cows or hinds. Young deer are called fawns or calfs."[/b]
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"Deer are born with four baby teeth and develop baby incisors and premolars in their first months. Their adult teeth come in and replace the baby teeth when they are about 18 months old."[/b]
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"[/b]Below are some recipies for deer for you to try.[/b]
Deer Stew[/b] [/b]
1 pound bacon2 pounds cubed deer meat2 medium turnips -- cut up1 large can Veg-All1 can tomato sauce - (16 oz)1 onion -- dicedSalt -- to tasteFreshly-ground black pepper -- to taste [/b]
Fry the bacon first and then use drippings to brown floured deer meat (or beef). Put browned meat in a slow cooker and pour in the liquid from the Veg-All. Add the tomato sauce, the diced onion and cut up turnips. (Add water as needed to obtain desired consistency.) Cook in crock pot 3 to 4 hours on HIGH (all day on LOW) or until meat is very tender. "[/b]
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there are just a coupple of passages from the book ;[/b]
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The Hunters Guide: Deer[/b]
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Post if you have any trade offers and ill get back to you asap[/b]
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