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Memories of Hunting Idaho’s Golden Era

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Memories of Hunting Idaho’s Golden Era Fred S. Scott The author was born, raised, hunted and lived when hunting was a family endeavor, and harvesting a trophy animal was just an unplanned meeting of hunter and quarry. Fred’s family ate because they hunted. Fred’s Dad taught him that hunting was a sport to be enjoyed with family and close friends. “That is why I believe that the hunting experience is not measured by the size of the trophy harvested, or the value of the meat harvested, but instead the memories of the experience afield.” Memories of those hunts, from 1952 onward are included and are sure to please any hunter who yearns for the Golden Era!

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