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Question by fliphuntr14. Uploaded on November 12, 2009
hemingway's hunting memoirs and excerpts from other novels have been published together in one book, i don't remember the name of it but it is a great read.
Archibald Rutledge and Robert Ruark are two of my favorite outdoor writers. Try the Old Man and the Boy or Use enough gun by Ruark. Hunting and Home in the Southern Heartland by Rutledge is great too! These are some timeless treasures about hunting!
I would "Death in the long grass", or any of the other works by Capstick.
Legendary hunts, if you didnt bring jerky then what did i just eat, fair chase in north america, a hunt for justice, 21 days in africa. Thats a few in my collection.
"The Dummy Line" by Bobby Cole is a recent thriller that is set in a hunting situation. It isn't a book about hunting, but is a great read. I second the choices of Peter Capstick and Robert Ruark books, especially "Horn of the Hunter" by Ruark. You might Google 'Safari Press' for a good selection. Oops, I almost forgot Russell Annabel for Alaskan and Western hunting stories.
I'm with the guys that mentioned the "clasics".
Ruark,Capstick,Hemmingway,Rutledge,Annabel. Lets not forget other's like Jack O' Conners,etc.
To the above add anything by John "Pondoro" Taylor and Col Jim Corbett. Elmer Keith wrote some interesting stuff also.
Any of Robert Ruarks books,Jack O'Connor also.
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