I thought that this would be a good time to find out what everyone is reading or wants to read. Being close to Christmas there could possibly be gift ideas that arise or just reading material for the deerstand. Yes, the deerstand; where I grew up deer hunting consisted of sitting in sub-zero temperatures waiting for the same doe and fawn to make an appearance at the pile of frozen produce stacked up fifty yards downrange on the edge of the cedar swamp. This activity made watching paint dry seem like a sunday afternoon nascar race and therefore, I spent a lot of time reading about actual hunting!

Here goes... Twilight, Hunger Gam... gotcha! Seriously, let 'er rip!

Ernest Hemingway - The Green Hills of Africa & The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber
Gene Hill - Anything the man ever wrote!
Gordon MacQuarrie - Ditto to above
Walt Prothero - Me and Joe
Robert Ruark - The Old Man and The Boy, The Horn of the Hunter
Jack O'Connor, Peter Hathaway Capstick, Theodore Roosevelt...

The list is endless, tack it on!