I will admit I am not a hunter. I did spend a few years teaching in northern Wisconsin though, where I was immersed in the culture of hunting. I've run corn out to bait piles, shot guns, dipped a few poles in the water, and wrecked 2 cars hitting deer--so I'm not completely unqualified to speak. I once dragged a deer 1 mile out of the Chequamegon Forest on a dark November night to collect a buck that I was "convinced" to buy an illegal tag for. My boss, who did the "convincing," stood with me as we prepped the deer for dragging. When I commented how desolate and creepy it was this far out in the forest, he responded by saying, "I know. I could shoot you right now and nobody would ever find you."
Hunters/fishers are usually crazy to the point of being obsessive about their sport. Hunting/fishing books are make fantastic gifts for these true fans. In a sport built upon memories, tall tales, and love of nature, there is much passion. And when there is passion, there is a desire to read. I've had the toughest guys in high school who want nothing to do with books take home one of these and come back with a change of heart! Anyways, I've collected a few ideas for you that might make great gifts. I have tried to include some fishing and hunting, and a little of the funny and the meditative. I would say that anyone old enough to hunt is old enough to appreciate one of these titles.
If I were to really push 2 titles, it would be:
Blaze Orange: Whitetail Deer Hunting in Wisconsin by Travis Dewitz
A Hard-Water World: Ice Fishing and Why We Do It by Greg Breining
Both books are put out by local presses, and both really do a nice job of providing a visual and textual representation of the hunting/fishing experience. I could picture both becoming fixtures on a coffee table where anyone could grab it and enjoy. Hope this helps!