Issue: 19380101

Saturday, January 1, 1938
January
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Wednesday, December 17, 2014

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Field & Stream
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COLLIER FLORIDA COAST HOTELS
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COLLIER FLORIDA COAST HOTELS
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NEW HAVEN
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NEW HAVEN
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tableOfContents
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Field & Stream
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FieldAndStream_19380101_0042_009_0004.xml
masthead
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Better Sportsmanship
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SQUARE CIRCLE
LET'S GET GOING
THE SQUARE CIRCLE PLEDGE
WHAT ABOUT CATS?
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TOM GREGORY
EVER since Square Circle was a youngster in knee breeches there has been a feeling on the part of its members and its sponsors that the ultimate goal of the movement is a closely knit, county-wide organization composed of community and county clubs —a sort of sportsmen's cooperative on a national scale, designed to get big things done in a big way.
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WHERE TO GO
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NATURAL HISTORY
FINLESS FISH
HOW BIG DO THEY GROW?
DO COYOTES KILL ADULT DEER?
READERS' NOTES AND QUERIES RATTLESNAKE FANGS
WATER OUZEL
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DAN HOLLAND
WE have seen some unusual fish in our time, but when a fellow wrote in and told us that he was catching trout without any dorsal fins, it was time to sit up and take notice. The obliging fisherman, Mark R. Code of Vernal, Utah, sent us the accompanying photograph showing two cut-throat or black-spotted trout, Salmo lewisi, with no fins on their backs.
FieldAndStream_19380101_0042_009_0008.xml
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West Palm Beach: SILVER SAILFISH DERBY
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West Palm Beach
SILVER SAILFISH DERBY
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FieldAndStream_19380101_0042_009_0009.xml
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Advertisement: FIELD & STREAM
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FIELD & STREAM
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FieldAndStream_19380101_0042_009_0010.xml
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MIAMI
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MIAMI
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FieldAndStream_19380101_0042_009_0012.xml
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Advertisement: FIELD & STREAM
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FIELD & STREAM
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ST. PETERSBURG: Fish Stories
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ST. PETERSBURG
Fish Stories
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HOTEL CHARLOTTE HARBOR
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HOTEL CHARLOTTE HARBOR
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FIELD & STREAM
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FieldAndStream_19380101_0042_009_0017.xml
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CONSERVATION DEVELOPMENTS
Bulletin of the nation's conservation forces
NATIONAL WILDLIFE WEEK
WINTER FEEDING
TOO MANY BUFFALO
Up-to-the-minute reviews of wildlife problems
THE BIG THICKET
SAVING A STREAM
TREATIES—OR THIS?
STILL WITH US
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BOB BUSH
MR. JOHN PUBLIC is going to have the conservation issue put squarely in his lap next March, and be given, for the first time, a definite opportunity to help along a program that has too long been ear-marked as a special responsibility of the nation’s sportsmen alone.
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The Old Master
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FRED F. McCALEB
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Four Mile Grouse
Grouse were everywhere in that New England cover—and in a year of scarcity!
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BURTON L. SPILLER
THE Four Mile Pasture is a paradise for grouse. It is approximately a mile in width, and its length is indicated by its name. It lies between two mountain ridges which lack but little of achieving a true perpendicular. In theory, it is a valley, but in effect it is a plateau, for it is high country and except for the towering walls which flank its length would in itself be a mountain-top.
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OLD DICK
There ain't nothin' lower than a man who'd steal a dog—specially a dog like Old Dick
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JOE W. SAVAGE
YOU remember Dick. He was that Llewellin setter I got down in Tennessee last fall. Of course, he wasn't any world-beater, but he found birds and he held them as well as most dogs. The only trouble with Dick was that he was wild as a jimson-weed. You couldn’t keep that cuss in a bank vault.
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EDITORIAL
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Duck and More Ducks
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THE duck flight is apparently satisfactory, and the regulations under which we are permitted to hunt are apparently just as unsatisfactory as they ever were. I reach these conclusions after reading the many letters from duck hunters that have crossed my desk to date.
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20,21,22,75,76
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NO TUNA
Alan thought catching big tuna was no fun—just a back-breaking tug of war. Read this fact narrative and see what you think of this type of salt-water angling
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LANSDELL ANDERSON
ALAN wanted a blue marlin. Nothing else would do. While fishing at Bimini with us for a couple of weeks during the early winter he had whipped several white marlin. The morning we released one estimated at better than a hundred pounds, he was a very satisfied angler.
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Lifelike Silhouettes
How one duck hunter decoys the wise ones
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GERALD KOHLMAN
SINCE Federal regulations have barred the use of live decoys, many wildfowlers who formerly obtained limit bags over such outlays have found duck hunting a different story when forced to use a stool of artificial decoys. Wildfowling is a scientific art when one creates his own sport out of his knowledge of the game and a cleverly arranged stool.
FieldAndStream_19380101_0042_009_0025.xml
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Coals from My Camp-Fires
High spots from the life of one of America's most experienced sportsmen
Part II-ROSEWOOD AND MAHOGANY
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C0L. FRANK H. MAYER
ON the lip of the seething bowl of the Calderon de Infierno (Kettle of Hell) my guide threw down his pack and looked at me imploringly. His legs, though jungle-calloused into semi-horniness, were cracked and bleeding, and on his squat black forehead where the pack-strap had chafed almost to the bone was a pinkish ooze.
FieldAndStream_19380101_0042_009_0026.xml
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Loards of the Pinnacles
An informative article on the mountain sheep of the Southwest
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JACK O'CONNOR
SHEEP grow scarcer in the South-west. The taking of a bighorn increases in importance, and all hardened Southwestern hunters prize their big ram heads above all other trophies. And they value them rightly. Sheep are now rare. A legally taken head means a long and often expensive trip into Mexico.
FieldAndStream_19380101_0042_009_0027.xml
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Talking Us, Dad?
Bring them up to love hunting and fishing and the out-of-doors, and they will turn out to be clean, upstanding citizens. What greater thrill could a parent have?
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SIG OLSON
SOONER or later, in the life of every duck hunter who happens to be the father of boys, the inevitable question, "How about it, Dad? Taking us along?" must be answered. To say "yes" establishes a precedent which can never again be set aside lightly and one which holds infinite potentialities for all concerned.
FieldAndStream_19380101_0042_009_0028.xml
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30,31,76,78
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The Old Warden on Federal Cooperation
At last our Government is going to use sportsmen's tax money for sportsmen
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HAROLD TITUS
IRA DUNN is the sort of farmer that pheasant hunters dream about. He likes to hunt, he is generous and lets other good citizens through his fences, and he has the interest of a farsighted agriculturalist in game supplies. So when Ira suggested to the Gun Club that his wood-lot could use some more evergreens to shelter the ringnecks in periods of winter storms, the lads lost no time in supplementing the strips of alfalfa and rows of corn that he left standing and the cat-tail marsh on his back forty with another item that the gaudy birds seem to need.
FieldAndStream_19380101_0042_009_0029.xml
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32,33,66,69,72
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If You Fish the St. Croix
Taking smallmouths in fast water is a he-man's sport
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GORDON MAcQUARRIE
BY some accident of the Great Spirit, two of the finest fishing streams in the country were born within a half mile of each other in Douglas County, Wisconsin. One is the Brule—sixty-six miles of trout water known from coast to coast. The other is the St.
FieldAndStream_19380101_0042_009_0030.xml
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I SMELL HIM!
Just how keen is your sense of smell? Can you scent different species of game?
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PAUL W. GARTNER
WE were leisurely back-packing along an old logging road in the Canadian northwest. All about us was dense second-growth timber save for the wedge of blue sky above the trail. Suddenly I touched the arm of my companion. “Smell that deer?” I inquired in a whisper.
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Shots a Fellow Can't Forget
We remember the good shots and forget the bad ones
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HAMILTON M. LAING
ALL of us are prone to remember the days afield when everything came our way and we could not miss, and to shove into oblivion as quickly and painlessly as possible those other different days. It is so easy to remember the good shots—so hard to dwell on the other kind.
FieldAndStream_19380101_0042_009_0032.xml
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38,39,40
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Turn Back the Clock
Crow shooting de luxe, where the main difficulty is having shells enough, for you can shoot all you can carry
Next Month
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DONALD M. COLE
WHEREVER hunters foregather stories are told of the good old days. Days when a fellow could go out and shoot his ammunition or himself to exhaustion. Days when birds were in such abundance that the hunter could pick his shots and with a light heart let doubtful ones pass, and still take scores and scores of birds.
FieldAndStream_19380101_0042_009_0033.xml
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RECORD FISH
There's probably a prize-winning brown trout in your pet stream
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SETH BRIGGS
JUST when the brown trout started globe-trotting I do not know, but by now he seems to have done a pretty fair job of visiting the trout waters of the world. When man came along, the brown trout was the native trout of Europe, just as fontinalis was the native and only species found in the eastern United States.
FieldAndStream_19380101_0042_009_0034.xml
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ARMS AND AMMUNITION
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The Secret of Holding the Handgun
The sights must hold true as the hammer falls
A Service to Readers
THE TELESCOPE SIGHT IN THE WOODS
RIFLE TELESCOPES OF VARIABLE POWER
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS MODERN SHOTGUN LOADS
CONFUSED WITH ANNIE OAKLEY
SPECTACLES FOR INTERMEDIATE FOCUS
FORE-RUNNER OF WINCHESTER RIFLES
NO. 1 AND NO. 2 SKEET CHOKES
"IDLE" STOCK ON REPEATERS
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BOB NICHOLS
I CONFESS I am sort of dumb on handgun shooting in general. In fact I am so dumb that I think I know a great deal about the subject-and upon occasion (as herewith) openly and publicly admit the breadth and depth of a knowledge gained from quite a number of years of pleasurable experience with the one-hand gun.
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R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company: PRINGE ALBERT
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R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company
PRINGE ALBERT
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Advertisement: JOHN JAMESON
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JOHN JAMESON
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PIPER AIRCRAFT CORPORATION
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PIPER AIRCRAFT CORPORATION
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SKEET
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The Skeet Gun—a 12-Gauge?
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BOB NICHOLS
A LITTLE over ten years ago, when this editor first started shooting skeet, if anyone had asked the question: What's the best gun for skeet? most of us would have thought it was sort of a dumb question. Skeet in those days was primarily and altogether "a gun game for the game gun."
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FieldAndStream_19380101_0042_009_0044.xml
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Northweatern School of Taxidermy: FREE BOOK
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Northweatern School of Taxidermy
FREE BOOK
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FieldAndStream_19380101_0042_009_0047.xml
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FISH AND FISHING
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Something About Silkworm Gut
FISH BY SCHALDACH
YELLOW JACKET FISHING
A FRIEND OF MINE SAYS— By Bill Baxter
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS WHAT IS A BLOB?
JACK SALMON IN ARKANSAS
MUSKIE VS. PIKE
VARNISH FINISH ON A FLY ROD
BASS AND CRAPPIE
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ARTHUR C. BROCKWELL
LET us take it for granted that the tyro fly fisherman has purchased a well-chosen fly rod; has fitted it with a suitable line, one that will bring out its full capabilities, and has further fitted it with a reel, suitable to the work to be done.
FieldAndStream_19380101_0042_009_0048.xml
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THE ENTERPRISE MFG. COMPANY: PFLUEGER
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THE ENTERPRISE MFG. COMPANY
PFLUEGER
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FieldAndStream_19380101_0042_009_0049.xml
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Shoe Form Co. Inc.
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Shoe Form Co. Inc.
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FieldAndStream_19380101_0042_009_0050.xml
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Ashaway Line&TwineMfg.Company
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Ashaway Line&TwineMfg.Company
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FieldAndStream_19380101_0042_009_0051.xml
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ASHAWAY FISHING LINES: FLY ROD MEN
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ASHAWAY FISHING LINES
FLY ROD MEN
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FieldAndStream_19380101_0042_009_0052.xml
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Hi Hildebrandt
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Hi Hildebrandt
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FieldAndStream_19380101_0042_009_0053.xml
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Advertisement: PENDLETION Shirts
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PENDLETION Shirts
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FieldAndStream_19380101_0042_009_0054.xml
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TACKLING SALT WATER
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Bermuda and Her Wahoo
Bermuda's fishing adds to its other attractions
SETTING THE HOOK
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KIP FARRINGTON
IN 1935, Bermuda took her rightful place beside the many other British possessions that are famous for their salt-water fishing. Boasting various other attractions in the field of sports, it was not surprising that visitors to this charming island in previous years had overlooked some of the best salt-water fishing—particularly for two grand species of fish—in the Atlantic.
FieldAndStream_19380101_0042_009_0055.xml
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EASTERN Air Lines
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EASTERN Air Lines
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FieldAndStream_19380101_0042_009_0056.xml
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FieldAndStream_19380101_0042_009_0057.xml
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SPORTSMEN AFLOAT
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Whither Away So Fast—And Why?
Wherein a former speed fiend makes a confession
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS FALL PAINT JOB
LAYING-UP THE OUTBOARD
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HENRY CLAY FOSTER
"LISSEN !" said the Wise Guy—with emphasis. "When you make a boat fast enough to be real fun, I'll get one. Not before." "How fast?" I asked, sorry I had joined conversation with a speed maniac. "Oh, I'd want a boat to cruise at about 50 miles an hour, and have a top of, say, 60."
FieldAndStream_19380101_0042_009_0058.xml
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MEAD GLIDERS: Portable OUTBOARD BOAT
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MEAD GLIDERS
Portable OUTBOARD BOAT
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FieldAndStream_19380101_0042_009_0059.xml
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TRAILERS
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We Go Where They Live
CONCLUSION
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
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GEORGE A. LEWIS
"IT isn't so late at that," said Al. "George, you stay here and watch that goat with the glasses while I drive back to camp for my rifle." Shooing the women and Roberta into the car, Al was soon out of sight down the canyon, while I sat by the roadside and watched the goat through the glasses.
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CAMPING & WOODCRAFT
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The Art of Using the Webs
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
BUCKSKIN JACKET
A QUAIL FEEDING TABLE
NOT ADVISABLE
CANNING MEAT
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J. O'ROURKE
LET US start at the beginning and consider the selection of snowshoes. To experienced hunters and woodsmen everywhere, the first falling flakes of snow are a welcome invitation from Jack Frost to visit his domain. This means a trip to the sporting goods store and the selection of a proper pair of webs.
FieldAndStream_19380101_0042_009_0063.xml
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THE COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE CO.
Coleman LANTERN
THE COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE CO.
COLEMAN CAMP STOVE
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HEATILATOR Co.: FIREPLACE
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HEATILATOR Co.
FIREPLACE
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FieldAndStream_19380101_0042_009_0065.xml
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M. A. STRAND SKI CO.: STRAND SKIS
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M. A. STRAND SKI CO.
STRAND SKIS
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Field & Stream
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1001 Outdoor Questions
This department, which appears each month, is devoted to all interesting questions concerning natural history, wildlife and outdoor lore. Read it regularly and add to your knowledge.
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IROQUOIS DAHL
ANS: Otters ordinarily have dens along the bank, entrances to which are below ice. In winter, too, otters make air holes through quite thick ice, just as seals do. However, Manly Hardy says : “As their noses (otters’) are formed so as to shut air-tight, they can swim across large ponds under the ice, just as beavers or muskrats do, by putting their noses against the ice and blowing out a bubble, which looks like that on a spirit level, and renewing their breath by drawing it in again.
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ASK ME!
How to take better photographs when you are hunting, fishing and camping
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JOHN C. TREDWELL
ANS. Yes. A portrait attachment can be used for this purpose. This is a small single lens Which is slipped over the camera lens and shortens its focal length. These front lenses are made for practically all well-known lenses. The reason you cannot work any closer with your camera is because the bellows will not extend far enough.
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JONAS BROS.
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JONAS BROS.
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McCLEARY CLINIC: RECTAL SUFFERERS
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McCLEARY CLINIC
RECTAL SUFFERERS
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THE SPORTSMAN'S DOG
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Dogs I Have Known
Dogs vary as greatly as thumb prints, so you must consider the individuals
ACCIDENTAL CURE FOR BIRD SHYNESS
WHIPPING A CAUSE— NOT A CURE
SUGGESTION TO RESTRICT RANGE
SPEEDS OF GREYHOUNDS AND FALCONS
BANCHORY NIGHT LIGHT WINS RETRIEVER CUP
GOLDDIGGER LEADS FOR CHALLENGE CUP
DOGS OF LONG AGO
CHUKAR PARTRIDGES AT FIELD TRIALS
DON'T PULL YOUR DOG'S EARS
THE DOG WHISTLE
A Service to Our Readers
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HORACE LYTLE
BY now most of our readers—especially those who have written me— know that in selecting a bird dog it is my conviction that the important thing to look for is the individual dog himself. So often questions ask for an opinion as between a pointer and a setter.
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VITALITY MILLS, Inc.
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VITALITY MILLS, Inc.
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FieldAndStream_19380101_0042_009_0082.xml
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PIERPONT PRODUCTS COMPANY
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PIERPONT PRODUCTS COMPANY
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MACY & KLANER, INC.: Field & Stream
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Field & Stream
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