The author of Shetgunning in the Uplands and numerous other sporting books profiles the adventures and excitements of game...

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The author of Shetgunning in the Uplands and numerous other sporting books profiles the adventures and excitements of game wardens' lives, as they hunt lawbreakers. These sporting tales of law violations in hunting and fishing are backgrounded by a real appreciation of the sports themselves. From the lead-off, a tall story, to stories of those who hunt out of season, or shoot protected birds, men who dynamite fish, rash duck hunters, aigret stealers, poachers of all kinds. Here is the warden, legal protector of wild life, tracking his man, resisting a bribe, catching citizens of high standing engaged in law breaking, letting other sorts of criminals escape inadvertently. Humor and adventure in smooth going narrative.

Pub Date: June 3, 1946

ISBN: 1406741469

Page Count: -

Publisher: (Countryman Press) Barnes

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 1, 1946