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The price is $24.00 for the pair and this includes shipping.

On display are two books on waterfowl hunting. They are as follows:

“The North American Waterfowler” by Paul S. Bernsen. Copyright 1972. Published by Superior Publishing Company. 206 pages. Illustrated. Hardback in good condition with good tight binding. The inside pages are in good condition with no rips, tears or stains and have no brown fading on the page edges. The dust cover is in very good condition with no surface wear. Combined with the personal experiences of the author the reader will find this book profusely illustrated with photographs to tell what clothing to wear under what circumstances, an article about ammunition and guns with illustrations which show how to lead the bird in flight, how to set out decoys, aerial view of lakes and ponds showing where to build blinds with a discussion of the various types of blinds. There is a chapter on retrievers. This book goes beyond the ordinary “how-to-do-it ” type book and talks to experienced gun and decoy men who can understand the fine points to get more birds and more “down-to-earth” enjoyment.

“Getting The Most Out Of Modern Waterfowling” by John O. Cartier. Copyright 1974. Published by St. Martin’s Press of New York. 396 pages. Illustrated. Hardback in good condition with good tight binding. The inside pages are in good condition with no rips, tears or stains and have some very light brown fading on the page edges. The dust cover is in very good condition with very little surface wear and some light fading. One purpose of this book is to bring past recollections of past waterfowling experiences but the most important objective of the book is to guide old and new waterfowling enthusiasts along the correct trail of hunting skills, showing how modern techniques have revolutionized the sport. Among the areas covered are unsuspected ways of finding and attracting gunshy puddler ducks. The nine tricks to remember for bagging divers are included, along with a description of the best diver blind and how to build it. Highlights of the section on divers are special chapters on bluebills and whistlers. The books goes into the current boom of goose hunting. The book also gets into the proper outfitting of equipment, getting the most from guns and ammunition, finding the best retriever, de-feathering game the easiest and fully illustrated section on species identification. In short, this book is a very comprehensive on the sport of waterfowling.
 
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