Issue: 19630701

Monday, July 1, 1963
JULY, 1963
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Outdoor Life
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A. T. Co.
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A. T. Co.
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0002.xml
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0003.xml
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Outdoor Life
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0004.xml
masthead
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Masthead
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0005.xml
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HONDA: Trail 55
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HONDA
Trail 55
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0006.xml
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BOND STREET A product of Philip Morris Inc.: Pipe Tobacco
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BOND STREET A product of Philip Morris Inc.
Pipe Tobacco
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0007.xml
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4,6,7,10,11
WHAT’S ON YOUR MIND?
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WHAT’S ON YOUR MIND?
Biggest-Bear Facts
Lesson in Sportsmanship
Trophy Hunter
White Squirrels
Pioneer Woman
Pike Dream
Correction
Magazine Rack Retires
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I’d like to comment on Robert Avery’s story “The Biggest Bear in The East,” in your May issue. In 1960 and 1961, I wrote a six-part article titled “The Grizzly Bear in Arizona,” which was published in the Arizona Wildlife magazine. During the five years it took me to run down the persons who had personal contact with grizzlies here in the Southwest, I came across much black-bear information.
OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0008.xml
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OUTDOOR LIFE
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0009.xml
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CHEVROLLET: Chevy II Nova 4-Door 6-Passenger Station Wagon
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CHEVROLLET
Chevy II Nova 4-Door 6-Passenger Station Wagon
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0010.xml
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EVINRUDE
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EVINRUDE
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0011.xml
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GEORGIA SHOE MFG. CO., INC.: Georgia Giant No. 650
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GEORGIA SHOE MFG. CO., INC.
Georgia Giant No. 650
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0012.xml
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Advertisement: MFG Boat
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MFG Boat
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0013.xml
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0014.xml
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KIEKHAEFER CORPORATION: MERCURY
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KIEKHAEFER CORPORATION
MERCURY
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0015.xml
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0016.xml
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12,13,87
FEATURES
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MEKONG MADNESS
I hunted willingly, though I knew I'd die of heat or become an hors d'oeuvre for one of the local carnivore
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CHARLES W. STOCKWELL
A LONG THE GREAT Mekong River, which rises in Tibet and forms the border between Thailand and Laos, are many dense, lush jungles. There are tigers, elephants, boars, bison (gaur), deer and quite a few Communist bandits in the area. I’m an Army officer, and while I was stationed in Laos during 1961 and 1962, I often hunted with my Lao and Thai friends, mostly for tigers, though we were impartial about what went into the bag.
OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0017.xml
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This Happend to Me!
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Fire Escape
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John Skeels
Wray, Colo. as told to Lettie B. Zion WE PAY CASH FOR ALL TRUE ADVENTURES PUBLISHED
OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0018.xml
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the TRADING POST: Outdoor Life
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the TRADING POST
Outdoor Life
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0019.xml
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SEAGRAM-DISTILLERS_COMPANY
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SEAGRAM-DISTILLERS_COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0020.xml
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17,18,19,100,101,102,103
TRIP OF THE MONTH
A New Vacation Idea
FISHING ON THE FLY
Sportsmen can take their pick of Rocky Mountain waters under this bargain plan
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ERWIN A. BAUER
WHEN BILL ROWLEY finished the last fillet of fish on the platter, he poured a cup of black coffee, loosened his belt a couple of notches, and sat back. The smug look on his face was something to behold. “This,” he said, “is my idea of the abundant life.”
OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0021.xml
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20,21,22,23,119,120,121,122
My Greatest Hunting Adventure
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COUGAR NIGHTMARE
The four lions that found my camp gave me no choice; I had to hunt all of them
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BOYD HILDERBRAND
I DON’T KNOW how many times the cougar squalled before I finally woke up, but my awakening was certainly hastened by the realization that the cat was practically in bed with me. I sat up and stared vainly into the snow-filled ring of darkness surrounding my dying campfire.
OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0022.xml
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24,25,26,27,70,71
30 Pounds and Up
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MY NO.1 FISHING SPOT
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HANK ANDREWS
I GUESS it happens only once to most fishermen. If you’re lucky, maybe twice. I’m talking about finding fishing so good that it’s hard to believe. That’s how it was at Gods Lake last year in the third week of June. Until I went on this trip, I thought a lake trout of 10 pounds was a whopper. But Keith Miller, who learned the rudiments of angling as a boy while fishing for carp in West Virginia, started putting other ideas into my head.
OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0023.xml
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28,29,115,116,117,118,119
FEATURES
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40th BUCK
Where red hats outnumber antlers, Earl has shot a fantastic 40 bucks in 40 deer hunts. How he did it makes me shudder
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CHESTER CHATFIELD
EXTRAORDINARY thing was that in 39 deer hunts my brother-in-law, Earl McCormick, had bagged 39 bucks, nearly all big ones. That should have made him the champ of active hunters, at least in Washington state where we live and where about one license holder in 15 gets a buck in an average year, though a lot of does also are killed.
OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0024.xml
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30,31,56,57,58,59,60
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Whitefish Magic
Whitefish won't hit a fly, everyone was saying. But those hungry fish persuaded me the theory could stand some testing
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JOE BROOKS
THE SUN was setting, easting a reddish glow over the dead calm of Hunter Bay on Lac La Ronge. My imagination floated a big, fluffy dry fly on that glassy surface, and in my mind’s eye a fish rose and took it, his whole back fin cutting into the air. Then I knew it wasn’t my imagination.
OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0025.xml
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32,33,34,35,122,123
FEATURES
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Reunion With Rabbits
My Pennsylvania hunt was a return to boyhood days and the music of beagles echoing in the frosty air
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GEORGE X. SAND
Verne Beacker alms at cottontail as intent beagle bustles it along I GLIMPSED the rapid grass movement made by the approaching cottontail an instant before it jumped into view atop the opposite stream bank. At the sight of me, the speeding bunny slid to a halt on the frost-silvered ground just in time to avoid my load of 6’s. Then it whirled and disappeared. “You get him?” called Verne Beacker above the beagle music from somewhere in the nearby swamp.
OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0026.xml
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36,37,38,39,60,61,62,63
How a Specialist Does It
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BULL BASS ARE MY HOBBY
The Mr. Bass of Bull Shoals scores with systems, not secrets. You can do it too
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SAM WELCH
SOMETIME you can’t win. Conditions that July night were just about perfect. It was warm and still, with barely enough breeze to ruffle the surface of the water. A big moon, almost full, made casting as easy as by daylight. I was on Bull Shoals Lake, the huge, sprawling impoundment that straddles the Arkansas-Missouri border in the northcentral Ozarks.
OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0027.xml
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40,41,42,43,76,77
FEATURES
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MOOSE BY THE YARD
Going mooseless 20 days in this area called for a rare form of bad luck. I had it until the last day
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CLYDE ORMOND
IT WAS full dusk by the time we came out of the bush and onto the gravel bed of Alaska’s Slana River. Jake Butler, my part-Indian guide, rode ahead leading the horse loaded with caribou meat. Wally Petersen, apple grower from Chelan, Washington, came shortly behind with his guide, Dwayne Smith.
OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0028.xml
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How to Call Moose
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MOOSE calls are a waste of tree bark and lung power before the fall rutting period starts, but they can bring bulls snorting out of heavy cover when the rut is on. In the photos at right, Jim Newhook, a veteran moose guide in Newfoundland, shows how to make a birch-bark moose call from materials at hand.
OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0029.xml
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Beat The Doldrums
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TR OUT AFTER DARK
Here’s how a fly fisherman can score all summer. First, you wait until sunset
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NELSON BRYANT
IN MIDSUMMER, when fields burn brown in the hot sun, brooks that foamed and burst against boulders in April become veins of water that move slowly through fields and forests. In lakes and ponds, trout avoid the tepid surface water and go deep or seek out springs and feeders streams.
OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0030.xml
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46,47,110,111,112,113,114,115
FEATURES
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THE HUNTING HORSE
He’s got a built-in compass, enormous power, a fine nose, and, alas, a tendency to blind panic
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JACK O' CONNER
JACK O' CONNER SOME YEARS ago, a friend and I were hunting mule and white-tail deer on the Sonora desert about 40 miles from the Gulf of California. We were camped by a little well, and each day my friend and I would hunt in different directions on horses we had borrowed from a Mexican ranchero.
OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0031.xml
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48,49,68,69,70
FEATURES
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A YELLOW STREAK
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BILL BEEBE
IT WAS A typical October afternoon in Los Angeles—hot, dry, and smoggy. But yellowtail fishing offshore had been as hot as the weather for more than a week. A suggestion to my sidekick, Jimmy Frumento, that we give it a try brought the response, “When do we go?”
OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0032.xml
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50,51,52,71
NE-BO-SHONE FLOAT TRIP
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Perfect Trout Stream
In the bad old days, fishing the club-patrolled Ne-Bo-Shone in Michigan was asking for trouble. It’s pure pleasure now
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JOHN B. GLEASON
FRED'S cast angled upstream, heading for a gaping clay hole on our left. The split shot smacked the water, then carried the night crawler quickly out of sight. Mending a slight bow in the monofilament, Fred began following the drift with the rod.
OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0033.xml
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0034.xml
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ANGLING
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FINE ART OF MIDGING
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Wynn Davis
YOU never saw unhappier fishermen than the two young men I met on one of my favorite Adirondack streams on a mid-July afternoon. They were sitting on the mossy bank of a long, quiet pool, hats pushed far back on their heads, sunburned faces glum as pallbearers, while their fly rods rested on the alders.
OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0035.xml
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ASHAWAY LINE & TWINE MFG. CO.: ASHAWY LIFELINE
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ASHAWAY LINE & TWINE MFG. CO.
ASHAWY LIFELINE
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0036.xml
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ART WIRE & STAMPING CO.: KEBAL STAINLESS
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ART WIRE & STAMPING CO.
KEBAL STAINLESS
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0037.xml
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MOTOR-MEDIC: LIQUID / WRENCH
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MOTOR-MEDIC
LIQUID / WRENCH
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0038.xml
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THE HOUSE OF EDGEWORTH
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THE HOUSE OF EDGEWORTH
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0039.xml
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Pennzoil: PENNZOIL STILL PROTECTS
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Pennzoil
PENNZOIL STILL PROTECTS
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0040.xml
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AXELSON FISHING TACKLE MFG. CO.: AFTCO
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AXELSON FISHING TACKLE MFG. CO.
AFTCO
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0041.xml
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Bankers Investment Co.
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Bankers Investment Co.
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0042.xml
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LOUIS JOHNSON CO.: JOHNSON'S SILVER MINNOW
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LOUIS JOHNSON CO.
JOHNSON'S SILVER MINNOW
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0043.xml
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WOLFS HEAD OIL REFINING CO.: THE UNCOMMON MOtOR OIL
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WOLFS HEAD OIL REFINING CO.
THE UNCOMMON MOtOR OIL
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0044.xml
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Becton, Dickinson and Company: SNAKE BITE KIT
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Becton, Dickinson and Company
SNAKE BITE KIT
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0045.xml
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0046.xml
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BAYOU TACKLE CO.
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BAYOU TACKLE CO.
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0047.xml
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L. L. Bean, Inc.: Bean's Chamois Cloth Shirt
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L. L. Bean, Inc.
Bean's Chamois Cloth Shirt
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0048.xml
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VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT
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VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0049.xml
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THE SERVUS DFDDGH RUBBER CO.
SpinKaster
THE SERVUS DFDDGH RUBBER CO.
Trollers
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0050.xml
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ANGLER’S GUIDE
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ANGLER’S GUIDE
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0051.xml
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0053.xml
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SALT WATER
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FISHING FOR SNAPPER BLUES
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George Heinold
ONE hot summer afternoon many years ago, another teen-ager and I decided to play hookey from the hayfield we were working in and have a swim. There was a tidal river nearby which had a deep hole by the bank nearest us. Over the hole was a rough but sturdy diving board.
OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0054.xml
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OUTDOOR LIFE BOOK CLUB
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OUTDOOR LIFE BOOK CLUB
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0055.xml
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Advertisements
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Stratton & Tcrstcgge Co., Inc.
TACKLE BOXES
Stratton & Tcrstcgge Co., Inc.
ALUMINUM HIP ROOF BOX
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0056.xml
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PEACE CORPS
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PEACE CORPS
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0057.xml
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Arndt & Sons, Inc.
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Arndt & Sons, Inc.
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0058.xml
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Silk Co.. Inc.: Spin-Trigger
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Silk Co.. Inc.
Spin-Trigger
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0059.xml
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0060.xml
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HONORBUILT TRAILER Mfg.Co.Inc.: El Dorado
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HONORBUILT TRAILER Mfg.Co.Inc.
El Dorado
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0061.xml
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DOUWE EGBERTS ROYAL FACTORIES
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DOUWE EGBERTS ROYAL FACTORIES
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0062.xml
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SHOOTING
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PICKING YOUR POWDER
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Jack O’Connor
NOT LONG ago I got a letter from a chap who had blown up a rifle chambered for the .308 Norma cartridge—and he had blown it up but good. The rifle was a 1903 Springfield. The action is by no means the strongest known to man, but used with reasonable discretion it is O.K. Anyway, this citizen had been a bit startled when his musket came to pieces.
OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0063.xml
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Advertisements
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M-1 CARBINE
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SIERRA BULLETS
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0064.xml
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POLY-CHOKE
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POLY-CHOKE
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0065.xml
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Advertisement: World's Finest SLEEPING BAGS
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World's Finest SLEEPING BAGS
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0066.xml
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Eddie BAUER
GUNSLICK KITS
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0067.xml
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Advertisements
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3 x 9 VARI-X, $89.50
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LEUPOLD DETACHO-MOUNT
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0068.xml
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HIGH STANDARD MANUFACTURING CORP
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HIGH STANDARD MANUFACTURING CORP
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0069.xml
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BAUSCH & LOMB: THE BALSCOPE TEN
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BAUSCH & LOMB
THE BALSCOPE TEN
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0070.xml
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RCBS
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RCBS
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0071.xml
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0072.xml
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VALVOLINE OIL COMPANY
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VALVOLINE OIL COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0073.xml
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78,79
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Getting the Range
In Cannister Lots
Centerfire Metallics
Mossberg Barrels
Fast 7 x 57 Load
New Redfield 2-7X
Winchester .410
Savage Adds to Line
Sharon Barrels
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[no value]
JACK O'CONNOR
That long-time favorite rifle powder for handloaders, No. 4895, is now being produced in cannister lots by du Pont. No. 4895 was tailor-made for the .30/06, and most World War II M-2 cartridges were loaded with it. After the war, it was sold by the ton as surplus and was used by handloaders not only for the .30/06 but for many other cartridges.
OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0075.xml
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79
79
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STOEGER ARMS CORPORATION
[no value]
STOEGER ARMS CORPORATION
[no value]
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0076.xml
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79
79
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[no value]
TRADEWINDS, INC.: Husqvarna
[no value]
TRADEWINDS, INC.
Husqvarna
[no value]
[no value]
OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0077.xml
advertisement
79
79
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisements
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WILLIAMS GUN SIGHT CO.
oil Receiver
WILLIAMS GUN SIGHT CO.
Foolproof Receiver Sight
[no value]
[no value]
OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0078.xml
article
80
80,81,82,83
ARCHERY
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GUIDES FOR BOWHUNTING
Honor Buckingham
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[no value]
G. Howard Gillelan
EARLY in the morning, my wife and I checked in at the headquarters of a huge chunk of Quebec where we were to hunt deer for a week. Owned by a Canadian paper corporation, the sprawling property was divided into several hunting zones, each with its own lodge, staffed by a guidewarden and his family.
OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0079.xml
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81
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Bear ARCHERY COMPANY
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Bear ARCHERY COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0080.xml
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82
82
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DYMO INDUSTRIES, INC.: DYMO HOME LABELMAKER
[no value]
DYMO INDUSTRIES, INC.
DYMO HOME LABELMAKER
[no value]
[no value]
OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0081.xml
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83
83
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SOUTH DAKOTA DEPT.
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SOUTH DAKOTA DEPT.
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0082.xml
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83
83
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Advertisement: OUTDOOR LIFE
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OUTDOOR LIFE
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0083.xml
article
84
84,85,86,87
BOATING
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FOUL WEATHER AHEAD
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[no value]
[no value]
J. A. Emmett
FOR BOAT owners, there are two kinds of bad weather. One, which may take the form of rain or cold, allows boats to be used but only with discomfort. The other, which mainly takes the form of wind but may also occasionally include fog, is potentially dangerous.
OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0084.xml
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85
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Corn Products Co.
[no value]
Corn Products Co.
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0085.xml
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86
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0086.xml
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87
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IDAHO SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
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IDAHO SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0087.xml
article
88
88,89,91
CAMPING
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WHAT'S FOR CHOW?
Light Your Way Back
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C. B. Colby
I GET many letters from readers asking me to plan meals and menus for their camping trips. This is impossible for several reasons. For one thing, not all campers like the same foods and beverages. Then you have to consider whether food can be bought where you camp, and how you’ll carry what you buy in advance. Important, too, is refrigeration—or lack of it.
OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0088.xml
article
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88
Camp Chef
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Muskie Fillets
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(Pan-fried) INGREDIENTS Muskie fillets Lemon juice ½ cup flour ½ cup cornmeal 1 tsp. salt -AMP;AMP;#X00BC; tsp. pepper ½ tsp. dry mustard -AMP;AMP;#X00BC; tsp. onion salt Cut the muskie fillets into serving sections and soak them in lemon juice for 3 minutes. Mix dry ingredients and sift several times to be sure they are
OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0089.xml
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Armour StarLite Foods
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Armour StarLite Foods
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0090.xml
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90
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AMAZOY
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AMAZOY
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0091.xml
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90
90
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Jim Walter Homes CORPORATION
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Jim Walter Homes CORPORATION
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0092.xml
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90
90
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Advertisement: KAYWOODIE PIPE TOBACCO
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KAYWOODIE PIPE TOBACCO
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0093.xml
article
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90,91
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Tips on TENTS
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JOHN KRILL
A tent is a lot like a house. The more conveniences it has and the more additions you make to it, the more comfortable the tent will probably be. Many campers, unfortunately, use their tents for such short periods that certain refinements are unknown to them.
OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0094.xml
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91
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VARO INC
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VARO INC
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0095.xml
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91
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LAACKE and JOYS: FOLDING TOASTER
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LAACKE and JOYS
FOLDING TOASTER
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0096.xml
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91
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WARN MFG. CO., INC.
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WARN MFG. CO., INC.
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0097.xml
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HOLIDAY RAMBLER
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HOLIDAY RAMBLER
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0098.xml
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UTAH SAVINGS
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UTAH SAVINGS
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0099.xml
review
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92,94,96
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Shopping
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Deer Buggy Co.
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Deer Buggy Co.
Deer & Gear Buggy
$19.95
START THE SEASON in style, using a Deer & Gear Buggy. Rugged aluminum tubing frame and sturdy canvas plus strong wide tread disc wheels support up to 200 lbs. Assembles quickly, folds for knapsack carrying ease, weighs 9 lbs. $19.95. Deer Buggy Co., Dept. OL, Box 3176, Reading, Pa.
Deer Buggy Co.
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$5.95
PIPE SMOKING SPORTSMEN don't have to break-in Dr. Grabow Continental Pipes because they are mechanically pre-smoked. Viscount model, top #40 or bottom #39, of imported briar with Ebonite mouthpiece, $5.95 ppd. National Pipe Shop, Dept. OL, 1317 E Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.
Deer Buggy Co.
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$1.00
SMALL SIZE SINKERS are always welcome and useful additions to any angler's tackle box. This set of sixteen sinkers offers a full selection of ⅜, ½, ¾ (three each) and 1 ounce (seven) sizes. Complete set plus a "surprise gift" for $1.00 postpaid from Berry's, Dept. OL, Taunton, Mass.
Deer Buggy Co.
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$3.95
NEW 1964 EDITION of the 384 page Gun Digest features complete information and latest prices on all guns and accessories. Includes articles by well known gun experts plus reprint of rare Sears, Roebuck Gun Catalog of 1908. $3.95. Gun Digest, Dept. OL, 4540 W. Madison St., Chicago, III.
Deer Buggy Co.
[no value]
$2.25
NOT WHAT IT SEEMS but a very close replica is this full size model of a Luger automatic pistol that fires 8 bullet-shaped pellets. Automatic slide action; more than 15 moving parts. With supply of pellets and special belt holster, $2.25 ppd. Honor House Products, Dept. LB-11, Lynbrook, N.Y.
Deer Buggy Co.
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CAMP COOKING any style is easy on this "7 in 1" stove. Oven has heat indicator and adjustable grids. Uses cooking surface plate and spit mount for open rotisserie. Burns wood, coke, coal or charcoal. Folds for compact carrying. Write for details to Raemco, Dept. OL, Box 482, Somerville, N.J.
Deer Buggy Co.
Amp-Champ
$114.50
PORTABLE ELECTRIC POWER unit works on ¾ hp. 2 cycle engine, runs 5 hrs. on 1 gallon of fuel. Amp-Champ produces 350 watts AC or DC, provides power for charging both 6v and 12v batteries. Weighs 12 lbs. $114.50. Varo, Dept. OL, 402 E. Gutierrez, Santa Barbara, Cal.
Deer Buggy Co.
[no value]
$2.98
INSTANT INCHES are added to your height when you wear height increasers. Comfortable and completely unseen, these slip in and out of any shoe quickly, making you almost two inches taller. Specify shoe size. $2.98 ppd. American International, Dept. 159, 1040 St. Charles St., New Orleans, La.
Deer Buggy Co.
Hunting knife
$5.00
CONVENIENT COMBINATION Hunting knife has a 25 mm telescope built right into the handle for quick viewing. Rugged knife features 41/2" steel blade, non-slip handle. Complete with leather sheath and lens protector, $5.00 & 25Ç pstg. United Binocular, Dept. OL, 9043 S. Western Ave.Chicago, III.
Deer Buggy Co.
Aquacide pellets
$14.95
POWERFUL PELLETS destroy unwanted underwater weeds in lakes and ponds. Safe for fish and swimmers, Aquacide pellets spread like grass seed. Special 2-4D concentrate kills weeds at any depth. 10 lb. can, $14.95 ppd. Aquacide Co., Dept. OL32, 228 E. Arlington Ave., St. Paul 17, Minn.
Deer Buggy Co.
[no value]
$144
NEAT, NIMBLE KAYAK has air-fight buoyancy compartment and ample beam for stability. Made of Fiberglas, weighs only 40 lbs. Rugged enough for surf riding, backwater hunting and fishing, safe for children anywhere. $144. Write Geonautics, Inc., Dept. OL, 23 Arrow St., Cambridge, Mass.
Deer Buggy Co.
Wilkinson Fire Alarm
$6.98
PROVIDE EXTRA PROTECTION at home by installing a Wilkinson Fire Alarm. Precision made in England, it needs no wires, batteries or special installation. Fully automatic. Loud, piercing bell alarm sounds at first indication of fire. $6.98 ppd. Scientific Instrument Co., Dept. OL, Box 1 26, Bethpage, N.Y.
Deer Buggy Co.
[no value]
$39.95
SOUND OFF for safety on the road or on the water with a powerful "Blitz" Electro Air Horn. Compact, easy to install. Complete with motor compressor unit, tubing, and connector electric relay and twin trumpet horns. $39.95. Empire Mdsg., Dept. OL-7, 140 Marbledale Rd., Tuckahoe, N.Y.
Deer Buggy Co.
Jump Boots
$16.87
STRONG STEEL SHANK and special slipproof outer tap and heel are among the many rugged features that make these 10" high Paratroop Jump Boots ideal for tough terrain. Heavy webbing gives firm ankle support. Sizes 4-13½ AA-EEE, $16.87 ppd. Corcoran Inc., Dept. 16, Stoughton, Mass.
Deer Buggy Co.
[no value]
$4.98
FAVORITE DRINK FLASK Is hidden in a handsome case that looks like a transistor radio when carried. Saddle stitched flask holds 12 oz. Complete with gold-plated jigger cap and any three initials monogrammed in gold, $4.98 ppd. Sunspa Products, Dept. OL, 489 Fifth Ave., N.Y. 17, N.Y.
Deer Buggy Co.
WIDE ANGLE 7 x 35
$37.95
WIDE ANGLE 7 x 35 Binoculars have a field of view 500 ft. at 1000 yds. Coated lenses for high light transmission, low reflection. Rugged Model 210 complete with pigskin carrying case and straps, $37.95 & 10% excise tax. Nel-King Products, Dept. OL73J, 811 Wyandotte, Kansas City, Mo.
Deer Buggy Co.
Lo-K-Tor
$124.50
FOR FISHERMEN looking for the big ones, here is the portable "Lo-K-Tor". Indicates the presence of a single fish or an entire school, shows depth of water and bottom conditions. Complete with 6-volt lantern batteries, $124.50. Lowrance Electronics, Dept. OL, 205 N. Main St., Joplin, Mo.
Deer Buggy Co.
[no value]
$3.98
FANCY FOOTWORK known as "Kung-Fu" is an Oriental art of self defense. New book, "The Secret Arts of Chinese Leg Maneuvers" clearly explains and fully illustrates the many defense and attack methods of Chinese foot-fighting. $3.98 ppd. McLisa Enterprises, Dept. F-25, Honolulu 6, Hawaii.
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0100.xml
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93
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KLEIN’S
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KLEIN’S
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0101.xml
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94
94
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CHARLES ATLAS
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CHARLES ATLAS
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0102.xml
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94
94
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Godfrey Import Corp.
[no value]
Godfrey Import Corp.
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0103.xml
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94
94
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Shasta TRAILERS
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Shasta TRAILERS
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0104.xml
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94
94
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SURPLUS BARGAINS DEPT.
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SURPLUS BARGAINS DEPT.
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0105.xml
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95
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SHOPPING SECTION
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0106.xml
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0107.xml
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SHOPPING SECTION
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0108.xml
article
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98,99,100
DOGS
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SQUIRREL DOGS
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David Michael Duffey
A GOOD dog adds pleasure to almost any kind of hunting, and at the same time gives assurance that the man who takes to the woods and fields with a gun will come home with something in his poke. It may come as a surprise to some, but squirrel hunting is no exception to this.
OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0109.xml
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0110.xml
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99
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SPORTING DOG SPECIALTIES, INC.
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SPORTING DOG SPECIALTIES, INC.
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0111.xml
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99
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CHAPERONE: Flea-Kill Bed
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CHAPERONE
Flea-Kill Bed
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0112.xml
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99
99
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Advertisements
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BILL BOATMAN & COMPANY
Safety Collar
BILL BOATMAN & COMPANY
BRASS NAME PLATES
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0113.xml
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100
100
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KENNEL-AIRE MFG. Co.
KENNEL-AIRE
KENNEL-AIRE MFG. Co.
BARRIE-AIRE
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0114.xml
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100
100
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Ryter CORPERATION
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Ryter CORPERATION
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0115.xml
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100
100
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LEWIS MFG. CO.
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LEWIS MFG. CO.
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0116.xml
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0117.xml
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0123.xml
article
107
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WHERE TO GO
Fishing Vacationing Hunting
Northern California Salmon Restoration
Roadless-Area Fishing
Tops in Florida
Conowingo Lake
Idaho Steelheads, Salmon
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P. A. PARSONS
During the past five seasons, salmon fishing in northern California, both offshore and in tidal lagoons, has left much to be desired. In areas where it was once easy to take limit catches of 20-lb. kings, particularly in the Bodega Bay and the more northerly Fort Bragg areas off the Mendocino coast, dry runs have lately been the rule rather than the exception.
OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0124.xml
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SPORTSMAN’S MARKET PLACE
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0141.xml
article
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THE GIST OF IT
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a digest of the outdoor news
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Mixed Doubles. The Mayville Skeet Club and Mayville Rifle Club are trying a new gimmick—a shooting match with riflemen using scatterguns in the skeet match and shotgunners using rifles in the rifle competition.— Vern Larson, Jamestown (N.Y.) PostJournal.
OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0142.xml
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THE OLD TAYLOR DISTILLERY COMPANY: OLD TAYLOR 86
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THE OLD TAYLOR DISTILLERY COMPANY
OLD TAYLOR 86
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0143.xml
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R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company: Winston
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R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company
Winston
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OutdoorLife_19630701_0132_001_0144.xml