Issue: 19420101

Thursday, January 1, 1942
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Wednesday, December 17, 2014

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Advertisement: FIELD & STREAM
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FIELD & STREAM
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SERVICE REVIEWS
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Here's what you want to know Here's where you ought to go
Are you up-to-date on sporting equipment, hunting and fishing facilities, places to go and how to get there? In the columns of this special department you will find the answers to these questions and information on all types of special services to sportsmen offered by our advertisers. Write for these booklets.
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PRODUCTION of home movies showing your outdoor activities can be successfully handled only if proper equipment is available for their presentation. Undoubtedly you will be showing such movies to your friends this winter, and will want data on “props,” audience seating, and selection of screens and mountings.
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MIAMI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
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MIAMI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
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Field & Stream
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masthead
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Masthead
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WHERE TO GO
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Here There and Everywhere
"Calling All Club Secretaries!"
December’s Cover
Batteries and Beaver
One Miss, Four Hits
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TEMPORARILY the hysterical agitation to register and call in all guns during the war, as a defense measure, was licked in Washington on October 6. But the fire is still smoldering. Any woodsman knows that even when a fire apparently has been put out and the fire fighters have left it, sometimes it works underground and days after breaks out again.
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FRONTISPIECE
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GEESE! GET DOWN!
Sweeter words are not spoken in goose pits
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GORDON MACQUARRIE
FROSTY mornings on the Rock County prairie of Wisconsin the wild geese fly to the cornfields from Geneva. Koshkonong and Delavan Lakes, and there are autumn ground fogs, so that those who crouch in goose pits may study the phantom billows and marvel at such morning magic.
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Worse than Dubs
Rudolph, the barber, shoots a “dock” right in the face of the law
Florida's Amazing Variety of Wildlife
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W. C. TUTTLE
YOU should know Rudolpho Doroteo Allesandro Frederico Jesus Montella Pancho Porfiro Rodriguez. It sounds like a roll-call of the Mexican army, but it is only one rather small Mexican barber who wants to be an outdoor sportsman and whose handling of the king's English is nothing short of manslaughter.
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EDITORIAL
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Fortunate Florida
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SOME years ago FIELD & STREAM published an editorial entitled “Poor Florida.“ The criticism at that time was well founded. Here was a state blessed with an amazing and abundant variety of wildlife, and there was apparently little thought of the future.
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RAT—HOLE QUAIL
Hunting bob-white in the cactus and mesquite of south Texas
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HART STILWELL
DROPPED over to Buckshot's diggings the other day and noticed he had some new stuff draped on the wall over his mantel. Buckshot is always turning up with something new. On one side there was the finely mounted head of a 12-point buck, a trophy that would warm the heart of any deer hunter.
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Flying In for Big Ones
A picture of what is happening in this trout fisherman’s paradise
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RUSSELL ANNABEL
SLIM had a plane, a four-place cabin job on floats. One sweet, golden mid-June morning, when the cottonwoods were budding and the last of the shelf ice had melted, he set her down in the river below my ranch and came up to the house and asserted he was filled with a mighty urge to go fishing.
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My Lucky Stone
A prize-winning story in the Narrowest Escape from Death Contest
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F. H. RIGGALL
SOME think rubies or emeralds are lucky, and maybe they are, but my lucky stone was a rough cube of limestone about a foot square. It saved my life, and what more could a modest fellow ask? The Rockies loomed cold and ghostly in the early dawn when the night clerk of the hotel in the old frontier town of Pincher Creek rapped on my door and said that a gentleman wished to see me.
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Don't Let It Backfire
Keep off the marshes when ducks are nesting
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HAROLD TITUS
WE had our decoys out—the doctor and I— long before shooting time. Dawn had struggled through a heavy fog, and we had heard a car making toward the other side of the lake ever since we hauled the skiff out and shoved it snugly into its nest of leather-leaf.
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OLD HUNTING PRINTS
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ARTISTS who also loved game birds and the gun have left records for us and for the generations to come of field sports in America when our country was young. These pictures of bird hunting are reproduced from the collection of T. F. Healy and, with the exception of the prints in the upper leftand right-hand corners, were published in 1853 and 1854.
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FISHING THE OUTSIDE BAR
Follow the tide, and you'll double your catch
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WILLIAM MAIER
THE high tide is at noon. By three o’clock white water begins to appear in a broken line on the outside bar, and the shoals are yellow-green beside the blue of the deep holes. By four-thirty they look shallow enough for wading. You eat one of your sandwiches and smoke one last pipe; you won't be having another for a long time.
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OLD RED
The story of a thoroughbred
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DAVID M. NEWELL
Illustrated by the Author THE sound came from far to the north, clear as a blowing horn. came It drifted clown to over the pine hills as and a echoed across the lake and died away in the gray cypress swamp. It was a sound sweet to the ears of a hunter—the faint, insistent cry of a running hound, the unmistakable cry of a thoroughbred.
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Black Bass Fishing With FRED STONE
Charley "Dowagiac" Heddon and Bob Davis, who told the world of the wooden plug thirty-five years ago in Field & Stream
Who casts a plug "like one who is through with it"
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BOB DAVIS
HAVING no plans other than to escape from the cares that infest municipal life, and to bust into the far places in the shade of tall timbers, or bask upon quiet waters wherever they may be, we five kindred souls shook from our plumage the pollen of overpopulated places and fled into the silences.
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A BIRD IN THE POT
Many a game bird has been ruined by a cook through carelessness or ignorance
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ROBESON BAILEY
WE had worked the last cover of the last day. Reluctantly we turned our backs on pasture and upland, and started to walk home. The November twilight came swiftly, and with it the poignant odors of pine, bayberry and sweet-fern. Silently we trudged homeward through the gathering night, each to his thoughts.
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BUCK HUNTER, BE YOURSELF
Go where the deer are and keep traveling until you come up with them
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CHESTER CHATFIELD
MAY BE what this deer-hunting business needs is a few heretics. For years I've been reading advice by experts on the subject, and if I believed 'em all I'd be as crazy as they are. I can feel myself getting out on a long limb, with a posse of Philistines waiting to cut me off.
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HOW SMART IS GAME?
They don't have brains in their skulls just as ornaments!
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HAROLD McCRACKEN
"BUT the biggest one got away!” We have heard this said a good many times, yet how seldom is it considered anything more than a bit of bad luck on the part of the hunter, and how seldom do we stop to think that the ripe old age of probably every patriarch of the wilds has been the result of its own personal smartness and intelligence.
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Next Month
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BLUE SAILS IN THE SUNSET By PHILIP WYLIE. A sailfish yarn. TURKEY TALES By TRACY LEWIS. Hunting the biggest and smartest of our game birds. THE MOTHER-IN-LAW SEAT By HUNTER LYNDE. Quail hunting in the Florida pines. PIG-STICKING IN TEXAS By C. BLACKBURN MILLER.
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Salmo Salar—Family Fish
Father-and-son teams sparked the 1940 Atlantic Salmon Contest
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BOB BUSH
DURING the course of evolution of any angler there comes a time when he sets himself a definite goal—an achievement to end all achievements. The idea may assume many strange proportions, and the interests may be widely varied. But if he is a rabid fly fisherman, and lives within walking distance of the Northeast Coast, you can bet your boots his one burning ambition will be to catch an Atlantic salmon.
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Conservation Development and Square Circle
How to join the SQUARE CIRCLE? Information on this point is furnished in every issue of FIELD & STREAM, somewhere in the advertising columns. You can spot it by the SQUARE CIRCLE insignia.
Stay on the Job!
Reelfoot Refuge
—And Keep Going!
Winter Feeding
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BOB BUSH
EAGER to maintain the important gains made by Ducks Unlimited in the rehabilitation of Canada’s waterfowl “factory," E. Herrick Low, president of the organization, urges in a recent report that the work of his unit be permitted to continue unimpeded in the interests of an important domestic economy.
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Ben-Burk, Inc.: ROCKING CHAIR
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Ben-Burk, Inc.
ROCKING CHAIR
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ARMS and Ammunition
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“Doctoring” Your Handgun
Good stocks and good sights, sure — but from here on, watch out
Our Service to Shooters
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BOB NICHOLS
HE can be ever so humble in all other respects—yet when it comes to “juicing up” his pet handgun in the hope of adding a few points to his scoring average, the run-of-mine pistolman invariably regards himself as a highly competent Specialist. Our two leading handgun makers have a combined manufacturing experience covering nearly two centuries—a hundred and ninety-two years, to be exact.
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PENDLETON WOOLEN MILLS: PENDLETON
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PENDLETON WOOLEN MILLS
PENDLETON
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KAYWOODIE COMPANY: Shellcraft
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KAYWOODIE COMPANY
Shellcraft
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ARMS and Ammunition
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GUNNERY TRAINING —GIVE US MORE
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Major Robert F. Travis
I HAVE read with considerable interest your articles in FIELD & STREAM for improving the aerial gunnery of our pilots and gunners to meet modern combat conditions. A great many Army and Navy officers read your articles, and if we can all get together and shout loud enough maybe we can persuade some of the boys top-side to listen.
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ARMS and Ammunition
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
THE ARGENTINE MAUSER
PLAN FOR TURKEY SHOOT
DON’T GIVE UP THE 12
SHORT-BARRELLED AUTO.
SEEING SHOT IN FLIGHT
GUN WEIGHT VS. LOAD
MAXIMUM RANGE
COYOTES ON THE INCREASE
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I have an Argentine Mauser as manufactured by Loewe of Berlin, Model of 1891. This rifle is in excellent condition. I would like to know the type of shell to be used in it—also, where I can purchase same. Have been informed this Model is known as the .30 calibre Mauser.
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Bausch & Lomb Optical Co.: Ray-Ban ANTI-GLARE SUN GLASSES
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Bausch & Lomb Optical Co.
Ray-Ban ANTI-GLARE SUN GLASSES
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FRANK A. HOPPE, INC.: Hoppe's No. 9
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FRANK A. HOPPE, INC.
Hoppe's No. 9
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ALASKA SLEEPING BAG CO.: DOWN·WOOL·KAPOK SLEEPING BAGS
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ALASKA SLEEPING BAG CO.
DOWN·WOOL·KAPOK SLEEPING BAGS
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N.W. SCHOOL OF TAXIDERMY: MOUNT BIRDS
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N.W. SCHOOL OF TAXIDERMY
MOUNT BIRDS
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Schieffelin & Co.
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Schieffelin & Co.
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LYMAN GUN SIGHTS
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LYMAN GUN SIGHTS
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M.L.STITH MILAM BUILDING
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M.L.STITH MILAM BUILDING
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KING GUN SIGHT COMPANY
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KING GUN SIGHT COMPANY
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R. L Reynolds Tobacco Co.: PRINCE ALBERT
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R. L Reynolds Tobacco Co.
PRINCE ALBERT
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Skeet
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The Week-End Prize Shoot
Scoring more democratic in variable angles
WM. HARNDEN FOSTER
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BOB NICHOLS
YESTERDAY, at the little club where I do most of my week-end target busting—and it happens to be the oldest existing skeet club in the United States today—we got to talking about the Past and the Present. This Club has been shooting weekly for fifteen years.
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CAMPING WOODCRAFT
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Fodder for Your Fire
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JEROME ABBOTT
THE finding of suitable fire fodder in the woods—especially in the winter—is frequently more a case of what you can get rather than what is correct. But don’t be discouraged. Note the classic results achieved by an Ojibway squaw gathering loads of that stray rubbish dubbed by self-respecting loggers as “squaw wood.”
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CAMPING WOODCRAFT
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
DE-SKUNKING CLOTHES
DUCK DRESSING
CURES FOR PORKIES
PREVAILING WINDS
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Someone told me once that there were several ways of removing skunk odor from one’s clothes. Would you please suggest such a system? J. V. (Oklahoma) Ans.—Clothes fouled with skunk odor can be brought back to normal by soaking them in gasoline and hanging them out-of-doors in a good wind.
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DA-LITE SCREEN COMPANY, INC.
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DA-LITE SCREEN COMPANY, INC.
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Schult Trailers, Inc.
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Schult Trailers, Inc.
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ASK ME!
How to take better photographs when you are hunting, fishing and camping
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LANSDELL ANDERSON
THE composition of a picture greatly affected by the angle from which that picture is taken. One of the principal aspects of composition, in fact, is point of view. Thus, to obtain good composition in a photograph, always try to use a point of view or camera angle which emphasizes the important part of the subject.
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Advertisements
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Revere
REVERE "88" CAMERA
Revere
REVERE "80” PROJECTOR
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FISH and FISHING
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Watch It —Tip-Up!
Try ice-fishing for that winter boredom
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BOB BUSH
IF you happen to live anywhere near or north of Latitude 40, chances are you have heard from more than one fisherman this loud lament: “Why in thunder did the ancients ever bother to put those months from December through March in the calendar?
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THE ENTERPRISE MFG. COMPANY
Pflueger SKILKAST
THE ENTERPRISE MFG. COMPANY
Pflueger SEA-VUE
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FISH and FISHING
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
LIGHTNING AND FISH
ON DYEING FEATHERS
DEPRAVED APPETITES
GALL WORMS FOR TROUT
THE HIRED MAN
FRESH WATER SCULPIN
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On a number of occasions, while fishing during thunderstorms (which, incidentally, isn’t much fun), I have seen bolts of lightning that apparently hit the surface of the water. We all know, of course, that water is a perfect conductor of electricity, and I am wondering what effect, if any, such occurrences might have on the fish themselves.
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FISH and FISHING
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Defense and Your Fishing Tackle
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AS part of our National Defense Program, “priorities” has become a household word throughout the country— giving pause for thought about the “taken-for-granted” things in everyday life, and how much the supply of them may be ultimately affected.
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Fred Arbogast: HAWAIIAN WIGGLER
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Fred Arbogast
HAWAIIAN WIGGLER
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Tackling SALTWATER
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The King of the Reefs
The South Atlantic kingfish is appropriately named
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KIP FARRINGTON
AT this season of the year the minds of many anglers, as well as other people in the North, turn to Florida’s sunshine and excellent fishing. Fishermen numbering in the thousands will sail out of Stuart, Palm Beach, West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Miami and Miami Beach to the blue waters of the Gulf Stream in quest of sailfish, white marlin, dolphin and wahoo.
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Tackling SALTWATER
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
BAIT FOR SAILFISH
THE INTERNATIONAL TEAM
HOW LONG A COUNT?
ALLISONS AS FIGHTERS
"OFFSETS” FOR BIG BAITS
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I have generally used mullet as a sailfish bait off Florida, but lately have been advised that ballyhoo may be even better. Wonder if you could tell me your own preferences along this line. H. W. (Georgia) Ans.-—You would probably have to tell me where you are fishing before I could properly answer this question.
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Advertisement: Field & Stream
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Field & Stream
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THE SPORTSMAN'S DOG
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The American Beagle Hound
He’s both handsome and useful, and his popularity is fully justified
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FREEMAN LLOYD
HORACE LYTLE
IN no country is the single beagle used so much as a hunting dog as he is in the United States and Canada, and by far the greatest number of single beagles are used as sport providers for the gun. While you must ride to a sixteen-inch beagle hunting in pack, you might be able to keep up with a pack of fifteen-inch beagles on foot.
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THE SPORTSMAN'S DOG
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FIELD TRIAL MANAGEMENT
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WE hear every now and then from field trial club officials who have found themselves with some problem to face, and who wonder how it should be handled. There is no sort of inquiry that gives us more pleasure to answer, if we can. A main reason for our interest lies in the fact that nothing can more surely promote the appreciation and understanding of good dogs than the competitions; call such by whatever name you may.
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AMERICA'S KENNEL DIRECTORY
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THE SPORTSMAN'S DOG
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REAL STANCHNESS
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F.C. BRADLEY, down in Arkansas. owns a pointer bitch which he claims is a paragon of stanchness when she’s on birds. Look at the accompanying picture, and we believe you’ll agree with him. There’s a dog who refuses to let the incidental duties of motherhood interfere with her real business in life.
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USEFUL BLOODHOUNDS
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I OFTEN feel that our English cousins (not right now, but when times are normal and peace reigns) set us a good example on how to derive more real enjoyment from all our canine companions. Take sheep dog trials, for instance, just to mention one typical example.
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NOW A NATIONAL OPEN ALL-AGE STAKE
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AS this issue of FIELD & STREAM goes to press (in late November), an announcement of paramount interest to the field-trial men of the country has just been made by the American Kennel Club. Early in December the first national open all-age stake in the history of American retriever trials will be held.
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SIMPSON AND BAKEWELL REPEAT FOR THE FIELD & STREAM CUPS
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THE old adage about history repeating itself has seen new justification in the 1941 competition for both the Field & Stream Cup for the outstanding springer spaniel of the year, and the Retriever Challenge Trophy. Although the results will not be definite until the American Kennel Club has approved and accepted the judges’ books for the last trials of the year, it seems certain that James Simpson, Jr., and Clifford Wallace have carried home the Spaniel Cup for the third year in succession with a grand little bitch who seems fully capable of filling the shoes left empty when Solo Event was retired from competition at the close of the 1940 field trial season.
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BUDDIES
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OUT in Oakland, California, John J. Kampschroer owns a springer that has developed a strange friendship. Mr. Kampschroer obtained a pigeon when his spaniel was only four months old, and has used the bird to train the dog both in locating game and retrieving.
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THE SPORTSMAN'S DOG
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
BLACK CHESAPEAKE
DISINTERESTED COCKER
SPRINGER VS. AMERICAN WATER SPANIELS
INTERBRED HOUNDS AS HUNTERS
MOTHER’S INFLUENCE
HARD MOUTH
UNSTEADINESS
YOUNG MATING
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Ques.—I have a dog whose sire is a pure-bred Chesapeake Bay retriever, and whose dam is also a Chesapeake eligible for papers. My dog very closely resembles a Labrador retriever. His coat is a shiny black, except for a brownish tinge on his legs.
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GAME BREEDERS
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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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HAROLD McCRACKEN
QUES. In Mexico I have heard deer hunters mention that they have “rattled-up” deer with a pair of deer antlers—just how is this done? ANS. The “rattling-up” process was described many years ago as follows: “Climbing some convenient tree in deer country, the hunter took a couple of loose antlers . . . and clashed them together like two bucks fighting.”
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Frankfort Distilleries, Inc.: Paul Jones
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Frankfort Distilleries, Inc.
Paul Jones
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