Thirty amazing-but-true stories, each starring a determined hunter and a world-class trophy – most taken without a guide on public land – are the featured attractions in a new book by the Boone and Crockett Club.
“Big Trophies, Epic Hunts” is a collection of incredible tales from Boone and Crockett’s trophy archives.
“These are the real-world stories behind some of the most legendary, top-scoring trophies ever recognized by the Boone and Crockett Club,” said Julie Tripp, director of publications for the Club.
Along with 29 more great stories, the book also includes:
- An introduction by Jason Matzinger, host of “Into High Country” on the Sportsman Channel
- An in-depth look at the Club’s highest honor, the Sagamore Hill Medal, together with stories about all 17 winners, by Hanspeter Giger
- A bonus chapter about the science and application of trophy records, by Boone and Crockett Club Assistant Director of Big Game Records Justin Spring.
“Big Trophies, Epic Hunts” is 6×9 inches and 280 pages. It’s available as a $29.95 hardcover edition, of which only 500 copies were printed, as well as a $19.95 paperback. Boone and Crockett members ($35 annual dues includes subscription to “Fair Chase” magazine) receive a discount on both editions if purchased directly from the Club.
Steve Wagner, Blue Heron Communications, at 800-654-3766 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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