Top Ten Best Books on HuntingThis list is about books of a "how to" nature, not fictional or anthology books about hunters or hunting experiences.
Ever wanted to learn more about hunting? How about just sharpen your skills where it comes to procuring your own meat or food? Hunting is an activity that has been a part of human history and the human species since we began walking upright.
I personally do not advocate sport hunting (hunting for the sole purpose of killing or gathering a trophy) but I do see the importance and benefit of subsistence hunting (hunting for one's own meat/food). Hunting allows a person to not rely on the Industrial Meat Complex - the industry responsible for inhumane treatment of animals, diluting the nutritional benefit of animal products, and generally contributing to the sickness and poor health of the population - and to instead provide quality nutrition for yourself.
Here are the most useful and user-friendly books on the how tos of hunting.
Full of diagrams, full color pages, tips on technique and tools, Steve Rinella gives you a perfect start point for hunting small game like rabbits and fowl, plus recipes to follow for your newly found protein.
I mean, it's the complete guide! What else!
Steve Rinella (of the T.V. show MeatEater) has a personable style of presenting information to anyone willing to learn. This book will give you all the information and skills knowledge you need to start planning your next big game hunt.
Oh, another complete guide! Wow!
This is the quintessential book for anyone wanting to hunt above the tree line for big game.
If you want large animals as game this book is a must, apparently
Both a recounting of hunting trips as well as a book full of low-budget strategies for hunting on public land, Chris Eberhart recounts his tales of hunting in places few would dare to tread.
Anything and everything you ever needed to know about guns, their specifications, and how to shoot them. This book will go a long way to improving your firearm handling and usage.
From guns to bows, this book will tell you all the basic skills you need to hunt your own game and provide food for yourself and your loved ones.
Specific to bow hunting and archery, this book will help you begin or improve your hunting skills.
While not what you think of with traditional hunting, trapping is an important skill to learn when thinking of procuring your own meat.
What good is learning to shoot at an animal if you can't find them? Humans are not unique in their ability to track their prey, but it certainly help to be one step ahead of your competitors.
There is always room for improvement when it comes to hunting. This book will help you gain valuable skills or just improve on those you already have.