Issue: 19460801

Thursday, August 1, 1946
AUGUST 1946
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Outdoor Life
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Hunter-Wilson Distilling Co., Inc.: HUNTER FINE BLENDED WHISKEY
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Hunter-Wilson Distilling Co., Inc.
HUNTER FINE BLENDED WHISKEY
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0002.xml
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KIEKHAEFER CORPORATION
Rocket
KIEKHAEFER CORPORATION
Comet
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THE ENTERPRISE MFG. CO.
PFLUEGER SUPREME
THE ENTERPRISE MFG. CO.
PFLUEGER AKRON
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CONTENTS FOR AUGUST 1946
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Grumman AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING CORPORATION
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Grumman AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING CORPORATION
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0007.xml
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CANADIAN NATIONAL
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0008.xml
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BAUSCH & LOMB: Ray-Ban
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BAUSCH & LOMB
Ray-Ban
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Outdoor Lifers
Personal notes on new friends
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Where to Go HOW TO TRAVEL
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All Over the Map With
Northeastern California
Newfoundland Salmon Rivers
Wisconsin Lake Trout
Idaho Primitive Area
The Upper Hudson
Pennsylvania Trout Streams
Minnesota Vacation
A Lower Peninsula Tip
Northern Maine Wilderness
Fishing Around Seattle
Bass Streams in Indiana
Angling in Mexico
Maine's Lunkers
New Jersey Coast Fishing
Rainbows in the Manistee
Colorado Big Game and Trout
Idaho Cutthroats
Northeastern Vermont
Some Vermont Waters
Good New Hampshire Lake
Vermont Border County
Maine's Striped Bass
Aroostook Trout and Salmon
Big Saskatchewan Lake
Fishing Near Halifax
North of Lake St. John
Up Beyond Ottawa
Land of Big Brook Trout
Western Ontario
Lake Nipissing
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P. A. PARSONS
ODDITIES. Postmaster, Laramie, Wyo., got letter from Vermont man saying writer wanted to shoot or trap grizzly bear without running much risk, or taking much time, and asking, vlease how could he do it? ... Choriie Dunlap, Hulbert, Mich., last trapping season found beaver, frozen to railroad, track by one foot and belly fur, struggling to get loose.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0011.xml
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Radiant Manufacturing Corp.
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Radiant Manufacturing Corp.
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KLEIN'S
3-MAN RAFT
KLEIN'S
1-MAN RAFT
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0014.xml
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SOUTH DAKOTA GUIDE CO.
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SOUTH DAKOTA GUIDE CO.
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0015.xml
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National Distillers Products Corp.: OLD GRAND-DAD
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National Distillers Products Corp.
OLD GRAND-DAD
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0016.xml
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Sportsmen's Hospitality Committee
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Sportsmen's Hospitality Committee
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0017.xml
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Salisbury House Restaurant chain
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Salisbury House Restaurant chain
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What's on your mind?
ANY SPORTSMAN'S SUBJECT YOU'RE INTERESTED IN? WE PRINT AS MANY OF YOUR LETTERS AS WE CAN
Hard Way to Hook a Trout
It's a Sheepshead!
Vinegar Kills Skunk Scent
Timber Wolf Attack Man?
Casters, Take it Easy!
Watch Makes Good Compass
R for Farmer-Hunter Feuds
Crappies Like Pork Rind
Public Hunting Grounds
It's All in Knowing How
Old-timers on Deer Rifles
Four Ducks Enough?
Partridge Adopts Humans
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WHILE I was trout fishing on opening day, using a swivel between my line and leader, I had a healthy strike and hooked a trout. When I started to bring him in, my line tangled around a weed and broke. I fixed up the damage as best I could and made another cast.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0031.xml
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JOHNSON MOTORS
Small Alternate Firing Twin
JOHNSON MOTORS
Medium Alternate Firing Twin
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0032.xml
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DOES PHEASANT STOCKING PAY?
Director of the Michigan Department of Conservation, and president of the International Association of Game, Fish, and Conservation Commissioners
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P. J. HOFFMASTER
AUTHOR'S NOTE: This article, written at the invitation of OUTDOOR LIFE, is based not only on my own data but on a wealth of information supplied by conservationists in many other states. LAST SUMMER a sportsman's club in Ohio banded and released 400 pheasants with the hope of improving local shooting conditions.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0033.xml
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HANKY BAIT-
When nothing else seemed to entice those Adirondack lakers, he had an idea - and fished in his pocket
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LYNN WATT
MY COMPANION, Dick Frederick, stopped where the trail wandered over the top of a hill. "If we had to do this we'd think we were being abused," he remarked. I took time to swat some more black flies before I answered him. "What do you mean—walking two miles through the woods with thirty-five pounds on our backs and being eaten alive by black flies and mosquitoes?"
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0034.xml
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ALL COUGARS ARE BAD!
Don't let anybody tell you that a mountain lion is afraid of man. He isn't, says this New Mexican, who knows all about the critters
Sam H. Nickels
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A RECENT account of a cougar's attempt to attack a man brings to mind the old question of this powerful animal's courage and savagery. Many persons, some of them experienced hunters, continue to insist that the cougar is a coward. This is a mistake.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0035.xml
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DIXIE FIGHTS A JAP INVADER
So far, the South hasn't won a skirmish in the war against the water hyacinth-deadly enemy of fisherman and gunner
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SHELBY F. ROBBINS
TO MANY sportsmen it will be a shocking surprise to learn that the Japanese menace remains very live and very real in that part of the United States euphemistically referred to as Dixie—that sprawling fish-and-game paradise south of Mason and Dixon's Line.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0036.xml
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The yellow perch
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PARTRIDGE OF THE WATER
Maybe it's kid stuff to angle for panfish, but in Oregon they come so big that even bass fishermen want to get in on the fun
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STEVE ARCHER
WHEN I was a bike-riding youngster in nortneastern Kansas, we had plenty of panfish fun, but mostly with catfish and sunfish. The common Eastern or yellow perch was a total foreigner to me until recent years. Did I go east to get acquainted? Not exactly.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0037.xml
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Last Day Grizzly
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JACK O'CONNOR
THIS was the last day of my hunting trip in the Yukon —my last day to hunt on that particular trip anyway, and maybe the last day I'd ever hunt there. Tomorrow we were going to pack up and head back for the Alaska highway. Almost all the way our route would be through a game preserve.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0038.xml
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I LOVE BEAGLE MUSIC
There's nothing to equal it, when the pack's hard on the heels of a cottontail. One of these chases was a laugh; one was a surprise!
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CHARLES ASKINS
THERE are many kinds of hound men—including those who follow the fox, those who send their bawling canines after coon and possum, and those others who course the lusty prairie wolf. But for my money let me tag along with that small but enthusiastic handful who run beagles.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0039.xml
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The Greenwing Teal
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FEATHERED BULLET OF THE BAYOUS
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"HOW fast do them little beggars fly, anyway?" asked Tim, my guide. "Anybody ever find, out?" A flock of greenwing teal had zipped by our decoys without stopping to be sociable, and each of us had wasted a couple of shells on them. Tim was disgusted because he'd made an exhibition of himself before his "sport.
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MOOSE A MINUTE
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JOHN DURANT
GETTING two moose with two shots in less than two minutes seems at first glance like the low ebb in sportsmanship, but if you had been in Paul MacLean's place you would probably have done what he did last October. Here's what happened: There were six of us.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0041.xml
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PLANNING A NORTH-WOODS FLIGHT
Practical how-to-do-it information been itching to make a wilderness
for those sportsmen-pilots who have hop-but didn't know how easy it is
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ROB F. SANDERSON
REPARING for a trip is always fun, but planning a sky jaunt into the unlimited blue space above all the stalling and bustle of jammed highways is the most fun of all. The air trip will take a bit longer to plan, possibly—but you'll reach your vacation grounds in a fraction of the time required for an ordinary journey.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0042.xml
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BROWNIES WITH BIG EARS
How were these fish warned when anyone neared the stream? Finding the answer may make an angler feel foolish—but it pays off!
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JOHN GARTNER
PLODDING up to the trailer, I entered and threw my tired 300 pounds on the rear bunk. Mac looked up from his writing and asked, “Well, did you make a killing?” His voice carried a hint of baiting. “Sure,” I groaned—“killed off my dogs, my back, and any further desire to fish that blasted Crescent Creek.
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What Every Deer Hunter Should Know
Have you ever spoiled your chances on a whitetail stand? Here's sound advice—including what not to do — from a veteran of scores of hunts
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ARCHIBALD RUTLEDGE
SOME things about the wilderness I have learned from long experience—but much has come to me by way of warning and advice from those who are older and wiser than I about the variable and often mysterious ways of nature and her wild children. So now I’d like to pass along a few of the cardinal principles of deer hunting, with special reference to the white-tail.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0044.xml
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BOBWHITES IN A PIGPEN
A hunter with ideas figures out where those Oklahoma birds are hiding—but even his own dogs seem determined to cross him up
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HOWARD BRISCO
TWO BIRDS rose like bubbles in champagne and bored straight ahead, their stubby wings throbbing noisily in the frosted December morning. In beautiful rhythm the gun came up, settled briefly on the first fading targun up, get, spoke its piece, and then swung almost casually on the other bird, which now tilted steeply to the left as if aware that maneuvers were in order.
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CUTTHROATS IN THE SPINACH
THESE TROUT WERE BIG, AND READY TO FIGHTDOWN AMONG THE WEEDS
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JOE MEARS
JUNIOR knows Popeye gives spinach the credit for his big muscles —but Junior still hates the stuff. Dad, if he happens to be a fisherman, probably knows that spinach’s cousins, fresh-water algae, mean food and shelter for fish in lakes and ponds, yet he dislikes those weeds with a fierceness that amounts almost to an obsession.
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MORE GAME FOR OUR PUBLIC GRAZING LANDS!
A happy hunting ground for everybody! Properly managed and controlled, an area larger than the New England states, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia combined can produce all the game needed by America's ever-increasing number of hunters. Read this account of what the U. S. Grazing Service has done and is doing—and what you can do—to turn this vast region, which belongs to all the people, into a veritable sportsman's paradise. There can be good hunting for everybody, in this era of air transport, —if everybody does his part!
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ARTHUR GRAHAME
TOO FEW sportsmen realize that in the nearly quarter of a million square miles of publicly owned cattle-and-sheep range administered by the U.S. Grazing Service we have both a game-production area of almost unimaginable possibilities and a huge national recreational empire in which our present and future right to fish and hunt is safeguarded by federal law.
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OUTDOOR LIFE IN PICTURES
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Camping Made Easy
Do you find life in a woods lodge pleasant and simple—or are your days made bothersome with piled-up chores? Here are four pages of pictured ideas for easier living
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MANY a sportsman looks forward at least once a year to trip to a camp that's tucked away somewhere deep in the woods. In far too many cases, though, he anticipates the fishing or hunting with a great deal more pleasure than he does what goes with it—the chores! And so on the drive up, he wonders if porcupines got into the shed, perhaps to chew a hole in the canoe.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0048.xml
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OLD-TIME BOOTJACK REMOVES SLIPPERY FOOTGEAR EASILY
LUCKY ANGLER—ONE CAST, TWO FISH
TEETH TOO SHARP, SO SQUIRREL DIES
MA RABBIT HIDES YOUNG—BUT GOOD!
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STRUGGLING to remove his wet boots irked H. Leeper of Canton, Ohio, until he used an antique bootjack at a farmhouse. Pleased at the way it handled the wettest footwear, he made an identical jack himself. You can too, with two pieces of scrap wood and a few minutes' effort.
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Deer Photos are a NATURAL
Deer offer swell lens subjects, says Ben East. Here are a few of his own studies to prove it
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This Happened to Me!
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MY TRICK-SHOT DEER
A TRUE TALE, TOLD IN PICTURES
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ALBERT R. NELSON
WE PAY CASH FOR ALL TRUE ADVENTURES THAT CAN BE TOLD THIS WAY
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EVINRUDE
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EVINRUDE
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FISHING SEASONS FOR 1946
Here's a listing of the various open dates set by the states and provinces, condensed from available official regulations
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Eastman Kodak Co.
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Eastman Kodak Co.
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Barclay & Co.: CORBY'S
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Barclay & Co.
CORBY'S
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0055.xml
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Angling
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Catching Bass in the Weeds
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RAY BERGMAN
ALTHOUGH I've used weedless lures off and on for years, it wasn't until 1945 that I became really sold on them. My home-town friend Ezra Cole was responsible for this change of heart. He and Carl Jennings teamed up to take me to some red-hot largemouth water on the Canadian side of Lake Erie.
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The American Fork and Hoe Company: TRUE TEMPER
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The American Fork and Hoe Company
TRUE TEMPER
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0057.xml
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Angling
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Hoosiers Join Hands in Conservation Work
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C. O'Rear
CONSERVATION, as OUTDOOR LIFE long has stressed, is a matter of vital concern to all Americans and especially to sportsmen. Yet many communities have failed to take concerted action to meet the problem because of a “Let George do it” attitude.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0058.xml
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RAIN-BEAU PRODUCTS CO.
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RAIN-BEAU PRODUCTS CO.
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HALL LINE CORPORATION: HALL Lines of FAME
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HALL LINE CORPORATION
HALL Lines of FAME
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0062.xml
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PAN AMERICAN
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PAN AMERICAN
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makinen TACKLE CO.
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makinen TACKLE CO.
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0065.xml
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Angling
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New Pike-Muskie Hybrid May be Perfect Game Fish
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L. J. Finch
THE muskellunge is a great game fish. On that score every angler agrees. But when it comes to the muskie's lesser cousin, the great Northern pike, opinion is divided. There are fishermen who think of him as eager to strike and happy to fight; long-winded and savage; and deserving a shelf in the piscatorial Hall of Fame just under that occupied by the muskellunge himself.
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Angling
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Alexandria Fly a Favorite
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THE Alexandria is an excellent wet-fly pattern for trout and landlocked salmon Sometimes this old British favorite is deadly with bass. Of the variations on the original pattern, the scarlet or crimson hackle for brook trout, and black hackle for browns, are good bets.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0067.xml
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PACHNER & KOLLER, Inc.: Finger Tip Control Fly Rod Reel
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PACHNER & KOLLER, Inc.
Finger Tip Control Fly Rod Reel
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IVANO INC.: Flotz
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IVANO INC.
Flotz
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0069.xml
article
76
76,79
Angling
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How to Have Your Own Trout Pool
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T. Brownell
THE DREAM of many fishermen is to have a private trout pool. Usually this dreaming stage is as far as most of them get, because unless their lands have a brook, the project is considered impossible. But it isn’t—if you have access to water than can be diverted from a lake or pond—or a spring that provides a yearround supply of clean, cold water.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0070.xml
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77
77
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Hiram Walker & Sons Inc.: IMPERIAL
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Hiram Walker & Sons Inc.
IMPERIAL
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0071.xml
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78
78
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Glenmore Distilleries Company: OLD THOMPSON
[no value]
Glenmore Distilleries Company
OLD THOMPSON
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0072.xml
article
79
79
Angling
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Bobber From Bottle Corks
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WITH a sharp pocketknife, some sandpaper, a few bottle corks, and a thin wood dowel, you can easily make a fishing bobber. Punch or drill holes in the corks so that they will just slip on the dowel, and secure them with waterproof cement. Trim and shape the corks roughly with the knife, along the lines shown in the right-hand drawing; add a wooden stopper at the bottom, as indicated; then sandpaper smooth.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0073.xml
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79
79
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Bristol THE HORTON MANUFATURING CO.
[no value]
Bristol THE HORTON MANUFATURING CO.
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0074.xml
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80
80
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[no value]
NETCRAFT CO.: CORK LINING KIT
[no value]
NETCRAFT CO.
CORK LINING KIT
[no value]
[no value]
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0075.xml
advertisement
80
80
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Advertisement: OUTDOOR LIFE
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OUTDOOR LIFE
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0076.xml
advertisement
80
80
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Advertisement
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0077.xml
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80
80
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[no value]
PENN FISHING TACKLE MFG. CO.
[no value]
PENN FISHING TACKLE MFG.CO.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0078.xml
article
80
80
Angling
[no value]
Ray's Daybook of Angling
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
R. B.
TO BE a successful fisherman you must take all sorts of chances on losing tackle. Most anglers will fish the easy places. Show me the chap who is consistently successful, and ten to one he's always casting to spots almost impossible to reach without getting hung up.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0079.xml
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81
81
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0080.xml
article
81
81
Angling
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Hellgramite Technique
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BECAUSE hellgramites crawl under rocks and snags at every opportunity, much care should be used in fishing them. The rougher the stream or lake bed, the greater your troubles, which usually result in lost hooks and pieces of leaders. The best idea is to keep lifting your rod tip, so that the insect will never have time to secure a firm hold on the bottom.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0081.xml
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82
82
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BRONSON REEL COMPANY: Coxe REELS
[no value]
BRONSON REEL COMPANY
Coxe REELS
[no value]
[no value]
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0082.xml
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82
82
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[no value]
GRANGER MANUFACTURING CO.: FISH-HOOK PROJECTORS
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GRANGER MANUFACTURING CO.
FISH-HOOK PROJECTORS
[no value]
[no value]
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0083.xml
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82
82
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[no value]
Hutchins Manufacturing Co.: MAGI-CAPE
[no value]
Hutchins Manufacturing Co.
MAGI-CAPE
[no value]
[no value]
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0084.xml
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83
83
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HURD LOCK & MANUFACTURING COMPANY
[no value]
HURD LOCK & MANUFACTURING COMPANY
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0085.xml
advertisement
84
84
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0086.xml
advertisement
85
85
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Advertisements
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MONTAGUE RODS
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OCEAN CITY REELS
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[no value]
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0087.xml
article
86
86
Angling
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How to Catch Frogs
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HAVE you ever tried catching small frogs along creek and pond banks— and become exasperated because you missed so many? If so, here is a stunt to try: Cut a 7-ft. willow switch. When you sneak up on the next frog, instead of attempting to catch him by hand, remain a couple of yards away and tap him lightly with your switch.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0088.xml
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87
87
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0089.xml
article
87
87
Angling
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Anglers' Queries
Reviving Leaders
Salt-water Baits
Fly-rod Outfit for Beginner
Surface Bugs for Bass
Caring for Equipment
Determining Fish's Age
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Question : I used to know of a glycerin formula to revive leaders, but now I’ve forgotten it. Do you know of any using this ingredient? — Monty G. Perkins, N. Y. Answer: Here’s a good one: add ¼ tsp. baking soda and 1 oz. glycerin to 4 oz. distilled water.—R. B.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0090.xml
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88
88
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[no value]
Gephart Mfg. Co.
[no value]
Gephart Mfg. Co.
[no value]
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0091.xml
article
89
89
Angling
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TALL - but SHORT
The contributor of this little story makes no claim to originality; he's passing it along only because he enjoyed it and thinks others will too.
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Charles Herrberg
GUESS it was the coldest winter we ever see [said Doc Rodson]. Coldest in my time, anyway, and I been round here since afore they put the railroad through. Well, sir, cold or not, I allus liked my ice fishing, so one day I cranked up my old Model T and driv down to the lake.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0092.xml
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89
89
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[no value]
GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION: AC SPARK PLUGS
[no value]
GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION
AC SPARK PLUGS
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0093.xml
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90
90
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0094.xml
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91
91
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L & H STERN, Inc.
[no value]
L & H STERN, Inc.
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0095.xml
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91
91
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WESTERN STATES CUTLERY CO.: Western KNIVES
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WESTERN STATES CUTLERY CO.
Western KNIVES
[no value]
[no value]
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0096.xml
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91
91
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LANGLEY CORPORATION
[no value]
LANGLEY CORPORATION
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0097.xml
article
91
91
Angling
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Surf-casting Bait Woes Ended by Homemade Hook
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Harry Mayleas
ONE of the commonest headaches in surf casting for fluke is the fact that the bait—usually a shiner or a killifish—frequently flies off the hook or is bent double by the force of the cast. Convinced that this is caused by the way in which the bait is fastened to the conventional hook—through the head and then through the mid-section—I contrived a new-type hook which eliminated the trouble.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0098.xml
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92
92
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JitterBug
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JitterBug
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0099.xml
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92
92
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ROCK RIVER ENGINEERING & MFG. CO.: ROCK RIVER FLY REEL
[no value]
ROCK RIVER ENGINEERING & MFG. CO.
ROCK RIVER FLY REEL
[no value]
[no value]
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0100.xml
article
93
93
Angling
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Water-resistant Fly Bodies
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BEFORE spinning fur on thread and wrapping it on a hook to tie the body of a fly, do this to make the body material more water-resistant: With just a trace of albolene on your finger tips, handle the fur lightly until it is completely covered, but not matted.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0101.xml
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93
93
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NATIONAL DISTILLERS PRODUCTS CORPORATION: MERITO
[no value]
NATIONAL DISTILLERS PRODUCTS CORPORATION
MERITO
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0102.xml
article
94
94,96,97,98,99
arms & ammunition
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.270 and .30/06 Compared
A NEW PACHMAYR KINK
TYPES OF MAUSER ACTIONS
MORE BULLETS AVAILABLE
THE NEW WEAVER K-4 'SCOPE
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JACK O'CONNOR
WHEN planning to get that post-war dream rifle, many a man finds himself all hung up over the problem of whether it should be a .30/06 or a .270. One day he is convinced that the smart thing to do is to use the government cartridge. The next day he has sold himself on its younger brother, the .270.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0103.xml
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95
95
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THE POLY-CHOKE CO.
[no value]
THE POLY-CHOKE CO.
[no value]
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[no value]
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0104.xml
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97
97
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WALTHAM SCREW CO.
[no value]
WALTHAM SCREW CO.
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0105.xml
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97
97
[no value]
[no value]
WARD-NIMROD Co.: Nimrod PIPELITER
[no value]
WARD-NIMROD Co.
Nimrod PIPELITER
[no value]
[no value]
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0106.xml
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98
98
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KINGSBURY BREWERIES CO.
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KINGSBURY BREWERIES CO.
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0107.xml
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98
98
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JEWETT ASSOCIATES: ARCTIC HAMPER
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JEWETT ASSOCIATES
ARCTIC HAMPER
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0108.xml
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99
99
[no value]
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SWAIN NELSON CO.: nydar
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SWAIN NELSON CO.
nydar
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0109.xml
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100
100
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[no value]
Advertisements
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Johnson & Johnson
TRUMP - 3-inch waistband
Johnson & Johnson
RUGBY - 6-inch waistband
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0110.xml
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100
100
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THE NATIONAL BREWING CO.: NATIONAL PREMIUM
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THE NATIONAL BREWING CO.
NATIONAL PREMIUM
[no value]
[no value]
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0111.xml
article
100
100,101
arms & ammunition
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Handloading for Foreign Calibers
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HERBERT E. STIER
CONSIDERABLE study and experimentation are required before satisfactory results can be obtained from the many types of target and hunting rifles that G.I.’s have brought into this country from Europe. This is particularly true when an attempt it made to adapt these arms to American ammunition.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0112.xml
article
101
101,102
arms & ammunition
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Duck Season, Bag Limits Face Sharp Cut This Fall
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[no value]
A. G.
DUCK HUNTERS are doing considerable headshaking these days over the dark prospects for the approaching waterfowl season. According to the annual census estimates of the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the duck popula tion has nose-dived from more than 125 million at the end of the 1944 open season to 80 million at the end of last year's hunting.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0113.xml
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101
101
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THE MAXWELL SMITH CO: G88
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THE MAXWELL SMITH CO
G88
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0114.xml
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101
101
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THE Fetch-it COMPANY
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THE Fetch-it COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0115.xml
advertisement
102
102
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0116.xml
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103
103
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HESSLER COMPANY: Hessler SHIRT
[no value]
HESSLER COMPANY
Hessler SHIRT
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0117.xml
advertisement
104
104
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PARK & TILFORD DISTILLERS, INC.: PARK& TILFORD
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PARK & TILFORD DISTILLERS, INC.
PARK& TILFORD
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0118.xml
article
104
104,105,106,107,108,109,110,111,112,114,115
arms & ammunition
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Shooters' Problems
Advice on 6.5 x 52 mm. Rifle
Old-time Shotgun isn't Safe
Don't Taper a Mauser Barrel
Light Rifle for a Young Hunter
Shells for a 12 Gauge Automatic
One 'Scope for Two Rifles
Binoculars for Hunting
Flinching !
125-gr. Bullet for .250/3000?
Long-range Shells for Shotgun
Ammunition for .32/20 Colt
Sighting In a New .270
Two Foreign Handguns
Short Shell in Long Chamber
Rifle for Tiger Shooting
Dot Reticule as a Range Finder
Misses Easy Shots
Courses for Embryo Gunsmiths
A Canadian-built Handgun
12 Gauge Magnum for Ducks
A German-made .30/06
.33 Winchester for White-tails
On Using Government Ammunition
Focus Important in Binoculars
Lay Off Old-time Handgun
'Scope Mount for a Southpaw
.32/20 a Good Varmint Bullet
A Krag to Brag About
Has Trouble Sighting In
A Fine German Pistol
Rifle for Michigan Hunting
Power of 12's and 20's
The .35 S. & W. Automatic
Wonder Weapon?
A .38/55 for Thick Brush
Short-barreled Colt for Sport
Don't Alter Mauser Barrel
No Power Loss in Automatics
.300 Magnum on Enfield Action
Converting a 6.5 Mannlicher
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Question : I should appreciate some information about the 6.5 x 52 mm. rifle I brought back from Germany. It is a beautiful singleshot job with a break open or shotgun-type action, a shotgun-type safety, a mottled, ribbed barrel, and double set triggers.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0119.xml
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105
105
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MONROE GASKET & MFG. CO., INC.
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MONROE GASKET & MFG. CO., INC.
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0120.xml
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105
105
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ALASKA SLEEPING BAG COMPANY: SLEEPING BAGS
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ALASKA SLEEPING BAG COMPANY
SLEEPING BAGS
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0121.xml
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106
106
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NORTH AMERICAN DYE CORPORATION
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NORTH AMERICAN DYE CORPORATION
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0122.xml
article
106
106
arms & ammunition
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THE SWIDLER TALKED TOO MUCH AND THEN...
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0123.xml
advertisement
107
107
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0124.xml
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108
108
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BROWN-FORMAN DISTILLERS CORP.: OLD FORESTER
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BROWN-FORMAN DISTILLERS CORP.
OLD FORESTER
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0125.xml
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109
109
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Advertisement: Champion
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Champion
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0126.xml
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110
110
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R. B.Semler, Inc.: KREML
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R. B.Semler, Inc.
KREML
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0127.xml
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111
111
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0128.xml
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112
112
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American Optical COMPANY: A·O Calobar Sun Glasses
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American Optical COMPANY
A·O Calobar Sun Glasses
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0129.xml
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113
113
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Gaines Food Co.. Inc.: GAINES DOG FOODS
[no value]
Gaines Food Co.. Inc.
GAINES DOG FOODS
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0130.xml
advertisement
114
114
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Advertisements
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STIH MOUNTS
Stith Special 4X scope
STIH MOUNTS
QED Mount, with windage
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0131.xml
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114
114
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J. & L.FISHING
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J. & L.FISHING
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0132.xml
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114
114
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NORTHWEST SCHOOL of TAXIDERMY
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NORTHWEST SCHOOL of TAXIDERMY
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0133.xml
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114
114
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[no value]
THE L.C. SMITH GUN COMPANY, INC.
[no value]
THE L.C. SMITH GUN COMPANY, INC.
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0134.xml
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115
115
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0135.xml
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116
116
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0136.xml
advertisement
117
117
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National Distillers Products Corporation: OLD CROW
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National Distillers Products Corporation
OLD CROW
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0137.xml
advertisement
118
118
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Advertisements
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[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0138.xml
article
119
119
arms & ammunition
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Bobwhite Losses Ascribed to Vitamin-A Deficiency
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SPORTSMEN have long wondered about the mysterious disappearances of certain game birds that sometimes occur in their localities. Now the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has come up with a possible answer to one serious scourge of northern grouse, Hungarian partridges, and quail—vitamin-A deficiency.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0139.xml
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119
119
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Norman-Ford: THE TEXAN SCOPE
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Norman-Ford
THE TEXAN SCOPE
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0140.xml
article
121
121
arms & ammunition
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Pheasant Overtime?
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DID CERTAIN hen pheasants work overtime last spring to make up for the heavy losses of 1945? Michigan game men raise the question after going over reports that indicate an unusual number of pheasant nests with 16 to 20 eggs apiece. Ringneck clutches in excess of 12 eggs are not too common; yet from several sections of southern Michigan last May and June farmers and conservation officers sent in scattered reports of sets running up to 20!
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0141.xml
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121
121
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0142.xml
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122
122
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AdvertisementS
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UNITED PRODUCTS CO.
7x50 NAVY BINOCULARS
UNITED PRODUCTS CO.
6x30 ARMY BINOCULARS
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0143.xml
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122
122
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Advertisement: OUTDOOR LIFE
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OUTDOOR LIFE
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0144.xml
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122
122
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POCKET PAR CO.
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POCKET PAR CO.
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0145.xml
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122
122
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Jackson & Perkins Co.
[no value]
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Jackson & Perkins Co.
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Jackson & Perkins Co.
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Jackson & Perkins Co.
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0147.xml
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0148.xml
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arms & ammunition
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Outboards for Hunting
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SMALL outboard motors now coming back on the market should be fine for use on hunting boats, making the trip to your favorite shooting grounds quicker and easier than ever. Whereas many hunters were dissatisfied with the performance of outboards on their light boats several years ago, their complaint —the heavy weight of the engines—is now being eliminated.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0149.xml
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Boating
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Build This Plywood Pram
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J.A.EMMETT
SIMPLE in design and easy to build, a pram is ideal for car-top carrying, for stream and calm-water fishing, and as a tender for a larger boat. This one, constructed almost entirely of waterproof plywood, is a real lightweight. As in all boatbuilding, the first step is to set up the form.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0150.xml
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POPULAR SCIENCE
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0151.xml
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CENTURY BOAT COMPANY
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CENTURY BOAT COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0152.xml
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127
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CHAMPION MOTORS COMPANY
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CHAMPION MOTORS COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0153.xml
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0154.xml
article
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Boating
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Treating Canvas-covered Craft With Linseed Oil
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MANY owners of canvas-covered boats and canoes use linseed oil to forestall the checking to which such craft are subject. These cracks in the paint start as hairlines and, despite repainting, grow worse each year until it becomes necessary to remove the paint entirely or renew the entire covering.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0155.xml
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Boating
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Answers to Boating Fans
Renting Out Runabouts
Beach Craft on Inclined Tracks
Gasoline Consumption
Molded-plywood Hulls
Outboard or Inboard?
Plywood for Small Boat
Cure for Loose Canvas
Building Boats for Rent
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J. A. E.
Question: I have two runabouts that I want to put to use this summer, hiring out a boatand-guide combination through the fishing and tourist season. To date there aren't enough boats available to meet the demand on the lake I plan to serve. What do you think of my chances, remembering that I lack the drawing power of a ranch or resort?—G. C. Hibbert, Idaho.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0156.xml
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SCOTT-ATWATER MANUFACTURING COMPANY
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SCOTT-ATWATER MANUFACTURING COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0157.xml
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THE INTERNATIONAL NICKEL COMPANY, INC.
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THE INTERNATIONAL NICKEL COMPANY, INC.
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0160.xml
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SPORTSMASTER PRODUCTS CO.
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SPORTSMASTER PRODUCTS CO.
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0161.xml
article
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Camping & Woodcraft
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Tips on Picking Your Tent
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MAURICE H. DECKER
NO OTHER piece of camp equipment is made according to so many different specifications as the tent. Outfitters' catalogues before the war listed up to 18 types, many available in four or five different fabrics and some in at least a dozen sizes.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0162.xml
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Higgins
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Higgins
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0163.xml
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QUAKER CITY GEAR WORKS, INC.
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QUAKER CITY GEAR WORKS, INC.
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0164.xml
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Camping & Woodcraft
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Building a Log Cabin?
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THE man who is planning to build a log cabin, or make appropriate furniture for one already built, will find a lot of valuable information in Building With Logs, a 56-page booklet written by two U. S. Forest Service experts. Everyone who has been around in our national forests has seen log houses that make your mouth water.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0165.xml
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Camping & Woodcraft
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Trail Queries
Sweat Stains Leather Jacket
Eliminating Rattlesnakes
Waterproofing a Tent
Squirrel Calling
Keeping Bacon Fresh
Treating Unpeeled Logs
Chuck-wagon Grub Box
Shooting Crows
Liver Flukes in Deer
Sleeping on the Ground
Best Type of Sleeping Bag
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M. H. D.
Question: As a result of my excessive sweating, my leather jacket becomes partly coated with what appears to be a white saline deposit. I am afraid this might cause the leather or stitching to deteriorate. Do you know of any remedy?—Desmond Watt, Alberta.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0166.xml
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RED TOP BREWING CO,.: BARBAROSSA
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RED TOP BREWING CO,.
BARBAROSSA
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0167.xml
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0168.xml
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0169.xml
article
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Camping & Woodcraft
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A Doctor's Advice to Poison-plant Victims
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Robert P. Little
THERE are many plants which may cause an inflammation or the skin in certain individuals. This is an acquired susceptibility, which means that previous contact is always necessary. Babies and Eskimos, who have never been exposed to such plants, are not harmed by them.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0170.xml
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BRIGHT STAR BATTERY COMPANY
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BRIGHT STAR BATTERY COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0171.xml
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0172.xml
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Camping & Woodcraft
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The Day I Had No Ax
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Otto R. Keiter
TOO many sportsmen, including plenty of old-timers who should know better, plan fishing or hunting trips down to a fine point, but still overlook one small piece of equipment which may well be all that stands between them and disaster if an emergency arises.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0173.xml
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0174.xml
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Camping & Woodcraft
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You Can Weigh Your Fish With Your Rod and Reel
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J. B. Conlon
FISH lose weight rapidly after being caught, and your big ones should be weighed as soon as possible. Here's a method of doing it, even if you left your regular scales at camp. Balance a thick section of your rod on a narrow straightedged surface or on a notched stick, with the edges of the notch rounded off, set upright in the ground.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0175.xml
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Dogs
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Spaniels Can Fill the Bill
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C. BLACKBURN MILLER
WHEN I wrote a few months ago that there is no such thing as an all-round gun dog, that each breed falls down in some one or more of the specialized forms of hunting, I knew that a great many sportsmen were searching for the perfect pooch—but I never realized just how numerous these enthusiasts actually are.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0176.xml
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0177.xml
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0178.xml
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Dogs
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Treating Fits in Dogs
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LOUIS R. BECKER
FITS and convulsions in animals are disturbing, to put it mildly, and freuently frighten owners and bystand ers alike. Many leap to the conclusion that a dog so afflicted has "gone mad"— but in a few minutes the animal may be back to normal. The basic cause of these afflictions in dogs has not yet been satisfactorily or scientifically determined and there is no unanimity of opinion on the problem.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0179.xml
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Dogs
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Dog Questions
Beagle for Foxes and Deer
Housebreaking a Cocker
Bulldog Pros and Cons
Take Setter to South Dakota?
Hound for Boars?
Springer for Small Game
Airedale Chase Bears?
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Question: Can beagles be trained to hunt foxes and deer as well as rabbits?—H. Ernest Hewson, Ontario. Answer: Yes. In fact, the main difficulty usually is to stop them from running deer and to concentrate on one sort of game. The strong deer scent apparently offers an inducement which dogs find it hard to ignore, and if your beagles cross a deer track while you’re out hunting rabbits you'll probably have a long wait until they return again.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0180.xml
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0181.xml
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0182.xml
article
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Dogs
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The Health of Your Dog
Ridding Cocker of Ticks
Help for Running Eyes
Setter Losing Hair
Characteristics of Puppies
Treating Springer's Ears
Protection for Nose
Filaria Symptoms
Treatment for Sore Feet
Breathing Disorder
Cyst on Neck
Remove Baby Teeth?
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DR. JAMES R. KINNEY
Dr. Kinney is glad to answer person ally all letters from readers regarding their dogs' health. It should be remembered when writing him that serious illnesses cannot be treated successfully by a person unable to examine the dog. In such instances, a dependable local veter inarian should be consulted immediately.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0183.xml
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Dogs
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WHAT MAKES A GOOD AFGHAN HOUND
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W.C.D.
WE ALL have met men of great intelligence and ability whose personal appearance gives little indication of their true character. Only when we come to know them intimately can we appreciate their worth. Among sporting dogs both the Irish water spaniel and the Afghan hound have that sort of personality.
OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0184.xml
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0185.xml
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SPORTSMEN’S WHERE-TO-BUY CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0186.xml
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0187.xml
article
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GAME GIMMICKS
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GUS MAGER
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0188.xml
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National Distillers Products Corporation: Blended Whiskey
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National Distillers Products Corporation
Blended Whiskey
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0189.xml
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R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.: CAMELS
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R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.
CAMELS
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OutdoorLife_19460801_0098_002_0190.xml