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This book is a great introduction toboth hunting cottontails and snowshoe hares and raising beagles to run rabbits.Drawing on his experience from thousands of hunts, author Dave Fisher shareshis insights and stories with those keen to take up the sport. This comprehensive book examines such topicsas cottontail personalities, rabbit natural history, behavior of rabbits whenhunted, typical hiding places, and more. The various aspects of beagling arealso covered, including breeding dogs, building your own kennel, picking andtraining pups, and putting together an efficient hunting pack. Fisher's passionfor the subject is obvious as he discusses all aspects of rabbit hunting, fromfinding cottontails to field dressing the quarry. More than seventy photographsand illustrations complement the author's advice. Plus, you'll get to gohunting with the author, as he recalls some of his more exciting hunts. Chapters include: Rabbit behavior:why they circle and why they hole up Snowshoe harehunting Training your ownbeagles The roots ofbeagling Stories ofmemorable hunting trips