Book Fred Bear The Biography of an Outdoorsman
Fred Bear, biography of an outdoorsman, his personal life & trials, on the job, in the field, from humble beginnings, establishing his company, Bear Archery written by his son-in-law Charlie Kroll, 360 pages & 243 historic photos, in soft cover
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Book Fred Bear The Biography of an Outdoorsman Description
Book Fred Bear, The Biography of an Outdoorsman, his personal life, trials, on the job, in the field, from humble beginnings to archery legend, delve into his personal life, experience his trials at work, in the field as remembered by his late son in law, Charles Kroll.
Relive the early struggles, how Fred, as a daring young man followed his archery and bowhunting passion to eventually become an archery legend with the successful Bear Archery.
No traditional archery library is complete without this title.
If Fred Bear had been born a hundred years earlier, he might have been one of the mountain men scouting the Rockies on hunting and trapping expeditions. He could have been one of Jim Bridger's or Kit Carson's men, or, more likely, he might have crossed the Cumberland Gap with Daniel Boone. If he'd been born in Quebec in the early days, he would have been a voyager roaming the Great Lakes, the Mississippi and the Northwest Territories.
He was born too late for all that, but not for pioneering in a field that he himself did much to establish. In moving to the peak of success in his vocation and avocation, this shy farm boy became part of the great American tradition of free enterprise and the self-made man.
Dedicated to all who appreciate the Earth's creatures and enjoy the great outdoors. 360 pages & 243 historic photos, soft cover.