The Boone and Crockett Club announces the release of the newest edition of "How to Score North American Big Game." The book offers the most up-to-date scoring techniques with easy-to-follow instructions for scoring all 38 categories of North American big-game animals. The new edition is set to release in July 2016.
"This informative reference guide is a must-have for any sportsman's library, at home or in camp," said Justin Spring, B&C Director of Big Game Records. "This book gives big-game hunters the precise information to properly score big game. From detailed descriptions on correctly scoring an animal to the history and relevance of the big game record-keeping, the in-depth edition covers every aspect to evaluate, pursue and appreciate a mature animal, which is instrumental to game management.."
"How to Score North American Big Game" explains in detail the B&C scoring system with simple, straightforward language and more than 100 new illustrations by noted wildlife artist and B&C Official Measurer Chris Lacey. The book features 17 detailed chapters along with explanations of the Club's records-keeping policies and procedures.
The new edition of the Club's official scorer's manual is spiral bound for durability and easy, lay-flat reading with pockets integrated into back cover for safe keeping of score charts and notes. In addition, the book delivers chapters on the Club's history and its records-keeping program, along with an expanded chapter on category boundaries enhanced with detailed, full-color maps from onXmaps.
The Boone and Crockett Club scoring system remains the benchmark for identifying mature big-game animals and healthy big-game populations.
"How to Score North American Big Game" (224 informative pages) is available for $34.95 plus shipping and handling. Boone and Crockett Club members ($35 annual dues includes a subscription to "Fair Chase" magazine) receive a discount if purchased directly from the Club. To order, click here, visit www.boone-crockett.org or call 888-840-4868.