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    Has anyone read the book," Alaska Yukon Truophys won and lost?" I was told this is a good read, although a rather pricy book wishing for your feed back before going to the piggy bank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AK LIVIN View Post
    Has anyone read the book," Alaska Yukon Truophys won and lost?" I was told this is a good read, although a rather pricy book wishing for your feed back before going to the piggy bank.
    I thought it was excellent read. To save a little money you might be able to order through Amazon's used books.

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    It's a great, classic read. One of my favorite "Alaska" books.

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    It truely is a classic, I have read it three times in the last 30 years. I think the APHA or SCI did a limited reprint just a few years back.

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    I agree a very worthwhile read.

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    Default Alaskan Yukon Trophies Won and Lost

    We carry the book in our online bookstore for $35, plus shipping and handling probably around $5.55 for that part.

    http://www.outdoorsdirectory.com/sto...0espee8ngupcm6

    This is what I come up with on Amazon for the book:
    http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_ss?ur...s+Won+and+Lost

    The one we have is not a hard copy. The book went out of print for a long time and was in high demand, so they reprinted the book into soft cover. Not just trying to sell our books from the store, but this is one of our most popular titles that sell. The guys usually 2 or more, 1 for themselves and the others as gifts.

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    You can also support your local library. Old fashion but works.

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    Default thanks for the feed back

    Thank you all for the feed back and actually bought it off this forum for $35.00. From your feed back I also orderd one for my father in laws Christmas gift. I am looking forward to reading the book. One other book that I just completed that was a great read was, " A land gone lonesome." If any of you have noteread it I do recomend this book for it too is a geat read.

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