By Don E. Webster
From a tender boy shivering within the rain on his first hunt along with his father, the entire technique to discomfort the lack of lifelong looking associates, Don E. Webster embraces virtually 60 years of waterfowling. Penned with a method and aptitude that brings to brain outside legends resembling Corey Ford, Robert Ruark, and Ed Zern, this selection of duck looking stories brims with sly humor, salty wit, and poignant mirrored image. Bury Me In My Waders will appeal and captivate you whereas tickling your humorous bone while.
“Bury Me In My Waders” is a enjoyable learn, ideal for these helpful moments in the event you are looking to disregard your issues and be reminded of your individual waterfowl looking adventures. Don E. Webster has an extraordinary, unique skill to spin yarns to which each and every waterfowl hunter can relate. if you happen to haven’t been within the marsh in recent years, this booklet is a decision you won’t manage to withstand.
—Frank Galusha Editor/Publisher MyOutdoorBuddy.com
“Whether you've a constructing ardour or an established dependancy to waterfowl looking, you'll get pleasure from interpreting Don E. Webster’s booklet, “Bury Me In My Waders.” Don has loved the corporate of pot-hunters to gentile sportsmen and located their universal bond – a fondness for waterfowl searching. sturdy humor abounds, yet there are touching tributes to previous associates, nice canine, or even a imaginative and prescient for what awaits us whilst our days are performed. when you are a duck hunter, positioned this e-book in your examining list!”
—Robert McLandress, Ph.D. previous President, California Waterfowl organization (currently – affiliate In Waterfowl administration, collage of California at Davis.)
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