How to Score North American Big Game
While the definition of a successful hunt is left to its participants, the Boone and Crockett Club scoring system remains the benchmark for identifying mature big-game animals and healthy big-game populations.
In the Club's newly revised edition of How to Score North American Big Game, the definitive Boone and Crockett scoring system is explained in detail using simple, straightforward language and more than 100 new color illustrations and diagrams by noted wildlife artist and B&C Official Measurer Chris Lacey. This new edition is spiral bound for durability providing easy, lay-flat reading with a pocket integrated into the back cover for safe keeping of score charts and notes.
A must-have addition to the library of any hunter-conservationist, the latest edition of How to Score North American Big Game offers the most up-to-date scoring techniques with easy-to-follow instructions for scoring all 38 categories of North American big-game animals recognized by the Boone and Crockett Club with detailed explanations of the Club's records-keeping policies and procedures. In addition the book delivers chapters on the Club's history and its records-keeping program. The new edition also includes an expanded chapter on category boundaries enhanced with detailed, full-color maps from onXmaps.
This handy reference guide is a must-have for your hunting camp!
- Spiral bound, paperback
- Over 125 drawings and photographs
- 9 x 11.4 inches
- 224 pages