By G. Fred Asbell.
I've never been on a hunt of any description (does river trout fishing count ?) so have an appetite to read about the subject in preparation for the future.
I own and have read Fred's other books I and II on instinctive shooting and they very similar in content but different, after his first book and him teaching the subject regularly he realised he had missed stuff out hence the second one. But with his third book on the same subject he has sat down and thought through ever aspect of how you shoot instinctively, putting it in heavy type to emphasis vital bits.
Instictive shooting is using natural human hand to eye coordination, pointing and looking at what you want to hit and shooting your arrow there, you will here this again, again and again all the way through this book after all this is what its all about.
Fred deals with each part of shooting mechanics, from the ground up and the importance of practice to ingrain and develop muscle memory so when you get a chance of a shot at an animal you can focus on it, rather than shooting the bow.
There are chapters on, practice, why we miss, bow weight and exercises to develop strength.
I have enjoyed this book and would recomend it to anyone who shoots instictively and wants to improve their skills.