The Buck Stops Here Wisdom, Humor, and Tales for the Trail

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Hunters See the World Differently

The phrase "the buck stops here" was coined by President Harry Truman, and the "buck" in question refers to a marker passed from one person to the next in a poker game, indicating who would deal. But if you're as avid a hunter as author Steve Chapman, this may surprise you, because when you hear "buck," you're not thinking about poker. Instead, you're picturing white-tailed deer.

You'll feel right at home listening to The Buck Stops Here, a timeless collection of tips, quips, and reflections about hunting, fishing, and the great outdoors. Dive deeper into the fair chase as you take in . . .

● advice by hunters for hunters that will make you more successful in your pursuits

● character-building insights from wilderness experiences that you can apply to everyday life

● tales from the hunt that illuminate why you hold this pastime so dear

Each chapter will bring a smile to your face, provide you with an "Aha!" moment, and inspire you to take another trip to the woods—so take a seat, get ready, and whisper, "The buck stops here!"