Issue: 19640101

Wednesday, January 1, 1964
JANUARY, 1964
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Outdoor Life
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0001.xml
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FORD: Fairlane
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FORD
Fairlane
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0002.xml
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INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS
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INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0003.xml
tableOfContents
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Outdoor Life
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0004.xml
masthead
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Masthead
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0005.xml
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THE HOUSE OF SEAGRAM: sportsman’s calendar
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THE HOUSE OF SEAGRAM
sportsman’s calendar
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0006.xml
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4,5
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NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION
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NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0007.xml
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Advertisements
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EddieBanner
ALASKA FISHING SHIRT
EddieBanner
CONTINENTAL
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0008.xml
article
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6,8,9
Rare Pheasant
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WHAT’S ON YOUR MIND?
Bucks by the Numbers
Rare Pheasant
Biggest Maryland Pike
Trophy Hunter’s Handbook
Honest Angler
50 Years Ahead of Time
Two With One Shot
New Zealand "Pigs"
Sand Your Whetstone
Mule Deer Mural
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Dick H. Schaffer
Andrew Lesko
Glenn St. Charles
Martin Andersen
E. W. West
Thomas L. Kelley
Norman W. Hobbs
Sgt. Donald L. Ferguson
Richard D. Bordwell
I enjoyed Bob Cary’s story, “A Deer in Your Pocket,” in your September issue, but I can’t agree that bagging deer on three opening days in a row was a feat. Nor can I agree with Cary’s statement that riflemen have an advantage over shotgunners because they are able to make kills at 200 yards.
OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0009.xml
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OUTDOOR LIFE
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0010.xml
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THE STACKPOLE COMPANY
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THE STACKPOLE COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0011.xml
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OUTDOOR LIFE
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0012.xml
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VEGA INDUSTRIES, INC.: FIREPLACES
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VEGA INDUSTRIES, INC.
FIREPLACES
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0013.xml
article
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10,11,118
SALT WATER
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BATTLE WITH A HEAVYWEIGHT
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George Heinold
ONE OF the most startling experiences of my angling life took place one January day when I was fishing for spotted weakfish, commonly known as sea trout, with my friend Larry Cummings. We were fishing from a little-used bridge on Florida’s west coast with light bait-casting rods, bobbers, and shrimp-baited hooks.
OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0014.xml
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OUTDOOR LIFE
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0015.xml
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12,13,14
CAMPING
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SCOOTER CAMPING
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C. B. Colby
DURING the past few years, a new kind of camping and outdoor recreation has been opened up by an odd-looking vehicle—the trail scooter. Particularly popular in the West, this small, unstreamlined, and briskly popping contraption is working its way east.
OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0016.xml
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NORTH AMERICAN SCHOOL OF CONSERVATION
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NORTH AMERICAN SCHOOL OF CONSERVATION
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0017.xml
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CAMPING
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Camp Chef
Roast Woodcock
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Clean birds and place strip of bacon on each. Salt and pepper to taste. Roast on rack for 10 minutes at 400° F. Reduce heat to 350° and baste often with melted butter and cream while cooking an additional 12 minutes. Serve on buttered toast. Strain pan liquid and serve as additional sauce.
OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0018.xml
article
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This Happened To Me!
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A Life Trap
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Robert Leeman
WE PAY CASH FOR ALL TRUE ADVENTURES PUBLISHED
OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0019.xml
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Kiekhaefer Corporation: MERCURY MERCRUISER
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Kiekhaefer Corporation
MERCURY MERCRUISER
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0020.xml
article
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17,18,19,58,59,60,61
FEATURES
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One for the Bears
Luck seemed to be running with the bears all the way on this hunt. But finally we got a couple of breaks and made the most of them
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JACK O’CONNOR
AT ANNETTE ISLAND, the airport for Ketchikan, Alaska, my wife and I left the big jet on which we had flown from Seattle, Washington, and transferred to an amphibious plane. We were to make a stop at Wrangel and then land at Petersburg, Alaska.
OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0021.xml
article
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20,21,22,23,104,105,106,107
FEATURES
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13 DAYS IN A BLIZZARD
The Blue Mountains of Washington were crowded with elk hunters when a screaming blizzard blocked the trails and exit roads
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GERALD J. TUCKER
THE ELK SEASON that opened in the Blue Mountains of Washington, November 4, 1945, was destined to be one that nobody connected with it would ever forget. That same Sunday morning a storm was gathering force over the north Pacific and Alaska, 2,000 miles away, that would turn the elk hunt into an almost unbelievable nightmare.
OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0022.xml
article
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24,25,26,27,120
FEATURES
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WHY WASTE WINTER?
Excitement and controversy surround pike spearing—and make cold days hot
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DON W. LARSON
NEXT TO the tinkling of ice cubes in a glass, the most pleasant sound to me is the hissing and crackling of a fire while a frigid wind outside howls and cusses. Our tiny, oil-burning stove was making all sorts of wonderful noises in its Herculean task of warming our fish house, and the 10-below weather caused me no particular concern as I jigged the pike lure.
OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0023.xml
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28,29,30,31,84,85,94
FEATURES
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PACK DOG HUNT
A man who’s tried pack horses votes for dogs. They help get caribou, moose, record-list goat
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WENDELL BEVER
WE HIKED away from our base camp on the Warm River right after daylight, hoping to make it to the foot of K’hoots Mountain before dark. We were traveling light and fast, carrying only our rifles and small packs, with most of our outfit loaded on three big malemute pack dogs.
OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0024.xml
article
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32,33,112,114,116
The Most Exciting Sport
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THEY COME A-RUNNING
Convince a red fox you’re an easy meal, and he’ll come so fast you’ll get the shakes. Here’s how I do it
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FRANK R. MARTIN
THERE ARE easier things to do than stalk a pair of red foxes lying in the middle of a level, snow-covered field on a cold January morning. Bedded half a mile from the road, this pair showed as two small, rust-red spots. But when I focused the spotting scope that was clamped to the window of the car, they loomed up big as life, curled in tight balls, lying a few feet apart.
OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0025.xml
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34,35,70,71,72,73
Fresh and Salt—Both
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MILLIONS OF DAM FISH
Roy Martin claims this dam is nation’s top hotspot, and I believe he’s right
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WYATT BLASSINGAME
THE NOTE SAID, “There’s no other fishing spot in the world quite like it. On one side of the dam there’s a 5,000-acre fresh-water lake filled with bass, bream, crappies, and catfish. A few feet away, on the other side, the water is salt, St. Andrew Bay, loaded with everything from tarpon to flounder to sea trout.
OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0026.xml
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36,37,38,39,107,108,109
FEATURES
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POPPY Was A Real Hunting Dog
She had no fear, no meaning of quit, and never knew when the chips were down
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STANLEY E. BROCK
IT SEEMS LIKE only yesterday, but I guess about seven years have passed since that unforgettable hunt in the Wapishana Indian territory of northern Brazil. We were driving game down a narrow strip of forest with a hunting party. The Indians had fanned out upwind, using dogs and a string of fires to beat game out of the cover.
OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0027.xml
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40,41,73,74,75
Method for Winter
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TALL TULE BASS
Now I know how these California anglers catch bass in winter, I’ve a hunch I’m going to shock a lot of bronzebacks
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FRANCIS H. AMES
BOB WINDER and I were lying off the tules on Clear Lake in Bob’s 20-foot cruiser watching John Willms and Les Choate put on the most fantastic largemouth-bass fishing exhibition I’d ever seen. The two were reaching into the heavy tule growth and twitching out bass up to five pounds with 16-foot cane poles which had no reels on them.
OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0028.xml
article
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42,43,94,95
FEATURES
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CROSS AND DOUBLECROSS
We thought Maine snowshoe hares would be helpless on bare ground, but they rattled us with getaway techniques we’d never seen before
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BILL GEAGAN
THE NORTHWEST WIND that was buckling the red snow fences along the country roads almost flattened me as I stepped from Charley Miller’s station wagon. It came in fiercely cold gusts that watered my eyes and made my pelt shrink. Charley, a Maine guide from the Moosehead Lake country to the north, piled out of the other side of the car followed by Eddie Baker, who, until his untimely death last year, was a photographer for the Bangor Daily News.
OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0029.xml
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44,45,46,47,101,102,103
FEATURES
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Talk...Don't Blow HOW TO CALL DUCKS
Each call a duck makes has a meaning, and the most important part of calling them is knowing what to say and when to say it
CALLING TECHNIQUES demonstrated by Lou Stermin, left, and Ron Pires
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RONALD M. RUSSELL
SOME OF THE BEST mallard hunting in the Midwest is found along the Illinois River as it winds its way down to the Mississippi near Grafton, Illinois. This country also abounds with every other species of puddle duck you can name, plus a good many divers—bluebills, ringneck ducks, and the like.
OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0030.xml
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48,49,75,76,77
FEATURES
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We Fought A FRESH-WATER MONSTER
What started out to be a quiet catfishing trip with my grandson ended in a two-hour battle with the biggest alligator snapper ever believed taken on hook and line
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EDWARD NOWAK JR.
THE SUMMER of 1961 was the wettest I can remember in western Florida since 1914, but the last few days of June were bright and sunny. So, on July 1, my eight-year-old grandson, Paul Ed. Striney, and I loaded camping gear and a four-day supply of food into my pickup and headed for Wilson’s Fish Camp on the Perdido River, which separates Florida and Alabama.
OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0031.xml
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FEATURES
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A Very Special Goose
Black brant on the Pacific coast are storm birds, but they pay for hunter hardship in great sport, good eating
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ED PARK
I’D MOMENTARILY forgotten the three birds in my car when I stopped for gas before heading over the hill to my home town of Bend, in central Oregon. But the attendant at the station in Salem spotted the birds. It was February 4, 1963, long after normal hunting seasons had closed.
OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0032.xml
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0033.xml
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SHOOTING
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THE .270 .280 .284
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Jack O'Connor
THREE OF the most useful, all-around big-game cartridges now produced in this country by major manufacturers are the old and time-tried .270, the relatively recent .280, and the new .284. Winchester brought out the .270 almost 40 years ago, Remington the .280 within the past few years, and Winchester the .284 in 1963.
OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0034.xml
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ALASKA SLEEPING BAG CO.
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ALASKA SLEEPING BAG CO.
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0035.xml
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SILVA, INC.
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SILVA, INC.
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0036.xml
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NEW METHOD MFG. Co.
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NEW METHOD MFG. Co.
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0037.xml
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FUR-FISH-GAME
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0038.xml
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Advertisements
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W. R. Weaver Co.
K4 4-Power
W. R. Weaver Co.
K2.5 2½-Power
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0039.xml
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THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO.: Lawrence GUNSLINGER II
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THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO.
Lawrence GUNSLINGER II
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0040.xml
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57
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Advertisements
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BURNHAM BROTHERS
Long Range DeLuxe
BURNHAM BROTHERS
Close Range Fox Call
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0041.xml
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WILLIAMS GUN SIGHT CO.
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WILLIAMS GUN SIGHT CO.
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0042.xml
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Norm Thompson
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Norm Thompson
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0043.xml
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GATEWAY SPORTING GOODS CO.
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GATEWAY SPORTING GOODS CO.
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0044.xml
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FRANK A. HOPPE, INC.
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FRANK A. HOPPE, INC.
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0045.xml
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HOMELITE: XL-12
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HOMELITE
XL-12
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0046.xml
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THE SERVUS RUBBER CO.
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THE SERVUS RUBBER CO.
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0047.xml
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0048.xml
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FRANK A. HOPPE, INC.
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FRANK A. HOPPE, INC.
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0049.xml
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JOHNSON’S
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JOHNSON’S
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0050.xml
article
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61,62
SHOOTING
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Getting the Range
Slugster Barrel
Mark 5 Skeet Loads
Marlin Model 62
Shot-Shell Sales
Magnum Loading Dope
Ten-Shot .22 Magnum
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JACK O'CONNOR
The 24-in. “Slugster” barrel for the Mossberg Model 500 12 gauge shotgun gave exceedingly good accuracy with some Dominion (Canadian) brand rifle slugs I had around. It is fitted with open sights. Groups ran about 3 in. at 50 yd., and shooting offhand at 100 yd.
OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0051.xml
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NORM THOMPSON: RANCHER’S TRAIL COAT
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NORM THOMPSON
RANCHER’S TRAIL COAT
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0052.xml
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61
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Yellowstone, Inc.
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Yellowstone, Inc.
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0053.xml
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FOLEY MANUFACTURING CO.
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FOLEY MANUFACTURING CO.
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0054.xml
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0055.xml
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0056.xml
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Outdoor Life
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0057.xml
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ANGLING
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NEW VACATION TREND: WINTER FISHING
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Wynn Davis
IS THERE a twitch in your casting arm as you look out on January’s dismal scene? Do you get out maps of well-known winter fishing spots and spend evenings poring over them and looking up plane, bus, and rail schedules? If so, you are one of the estimated 7,000,000 Americans and Canadians now suffering from this highly contagious itch to go fishing the year round.
OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0058.xml
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69
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FRED ARBOGAST COMPANY, INC.
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FRED ARBOGAST COMPANY, INC.
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0059.xml
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Gudebrod Bros., Silk Co., Inc.
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Gudebrod Bros., Silk Co., Inc.
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0060.xml
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0061.xml
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KLUGE Manufacturing Co.
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KLUGE Manufacturing Co.
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0062.xml
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72
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FISHCRAFTERS, INC.
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FISHCRAFTERS, INC.
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0063.xml
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Tennessee Division of Information
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Tennessee Division of Information
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0064.xml
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73
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Shakespeare Company
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Shakespeare Company
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0065.xml
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74
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Chamber of Commerce Dept.
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Chamber of Commerce Dept.
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0066.xml
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RaPaLa
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RaPaLa
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0067.xml
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FINNYSPORTS
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FINNYSPORTS
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0068.xml
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EXCELSIOR MEDICAL CLINIC
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EXCELSIOR MEDICAL CLINIC
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0069.xml
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JAMES HEDDON’S SONS
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JAMES HEDDON’S SONS
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0070.xml
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NETCRAFT CO.
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NETCRAFT CO.
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0071.xml
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HERTER'S
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HERTER'S
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0072.xml
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0073.xml
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78,79,118,119,120
ARCHERY
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HOW TO SHOOT A BOW
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G. Howard Gillelan
ROGER ASCHAM was no fool, even if he was crazy about archery. He was a 16th-century Cambridge professor who became tutor to one of Henry VIII’s children. That child, incidentally, was later to take the throne as Elizabeth I. Not only a good teacher, Ascham was also a shrewd palace politician.
OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0074.xml
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79
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Northwestern School of Taxidermy
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Northwestern School of Taxidermy
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0076.xml
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79
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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_19640101_0133_001_0077.xml
article
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80,81,82,83
BOATING
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WINTER BOATING VACATIONS
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J. A. Emmett
NOW THAT WINTER vacationing in the South has become so popular, more and more readers are writing to ask about the boating conditions there. This is understandable. In Florida and the Gulf Coast states, or anywhere else sportsmen go to escape the cold weather, boats play an important role in a vacation.
OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0078.xml
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81
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Starcraft Boat Company
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Starcraft Boat Company
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0079.xml
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81
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Old Town Canoe Co.
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Old Town Canoe Co.
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0080.xml
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81
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TAFT MARINE WOODCRAFT
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TAFT MARINE WOODCRAFT
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0081.xml
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ALUMA CRAFT BOAT DIV.
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ALUMA CRAFT BOAT DIV.
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0082.xml
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82
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EXCELSIOR MEDICAL CLINIC
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EXCELSIOR MEDICAL CLINIC
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0083.xml
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MASON SHOE
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MASON SHOE
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0084.xml
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Kaeser & Blair
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Kaeser & Blair
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0085.xml
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83
83
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GLASSPAR COMPANY: glasspar BOATS
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GLASSPAR COMPANY
glasspar BOATS
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0086.xml
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LUGFR BOAT KITS
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LUGFR BOAT KITS
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0087.xml
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0088.xml
review
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86,88,90,91,92,93
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Shopping for Indoor and Outdoor Life
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Amersal Corp.
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Amersal Corp.
THE RACKS
$5.95
ON THE RACKS, goes wine and champagne in perfect angle-tilt. Rich walnut finish-racks hold 12 bottles, are self-stacking for minimum cellar or closet space, are copied from wine racks of Paris. 18½" wide × 17" high × 10" deep. $5.95 plus 50¢ post. Amersal Corp., Dept. OL, Box 8, Jamaica 31, N.Y.
Amersal Corp.
American eagle
$4.95
DRAMATIC PROPORTIONS make this American eagle a fine decoration for den or outdoors. Crafted of 3-dimensional Vacucel, a light, durable material, in antique gold, red, white and blue, it has 33" wingspread, 15½" high. $4.95 plus 50¢ post. Empire, Dept. OL, 140 Marbledale Rd., Tuckahoe, N.Y.
Amersal Corp.
ELECTRONIC MEGAPHONE
$13.99
ELECTRONIC MEGAPHONE, first used by World War II Navy captains to talk over water without breaking radio silence, works on 4 flash batteries, sends voice 2,000 feet. Fine for meetings, sports events. $13.99 ppd. K.D. McLean, Dept. OL-1, Box 991, Grand Central Sta., New York 17.
Amersal Corp.
COOK BOX
COOK BOX is a camper's "must." Constructed with walnut-grained panels and aluminum edging, box holds stove, utensils, pots and pans, staples, yet is small enough to fit car trunk. Hardward is solid aluminum and plated steel; folding legs are steel. Write: Porta-Trace, 50 Wall St., Binghamton, N.Y.
Amersal Corp.
INSULATED HAT
$3.55
INSULATED HAT for woodsmen and hunters is water repellent, sanforized cotton poplin, fully quilt-lined to provide extra warmth and retain shape. Lined neckband and earflaps fold inside hat; scarlet or olive green. 6¾-7¾ (order ⅛ larger than usual). $3.55. L L. Bean, Inc., Dept. OL, Freeport, Maine.
Amersal Corp.
GOVERNMENT SURPLUS
$1
GOVERNMENT SURPLUS retail stores are listed in the Surplus Bargain Directory, a catalogue for individuals who wish to buy a wide variety of government surplus items, at low prices. Over 100 outlets are listed with type of merchandise. $1 ppd. Aviation Surplus, Dept. OL, Box 789, York, Pa.
Amersal Corp.
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MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS without large investment, mechanical ability or experience. Turn spare time into big money with the secrets that tell you how to start a profitable career as a burglar alarm specialist. Write: Nasco, 11071 Massachusetts, Dept. P114, Los Angeles 25.
Amersal Corp.
MAGNO-MIX
$29.95
MAGNO-MIX, a solid brass drink mixer operates on magnetic principle. Drop a plastic coated magnet into drink, turn the dial; magnet rotates, creates "whirlpool" effect, makes drinks from cocktails to malts. With 4 magnets, $29.95. Consolidated Industrials, P.O. Box 5208, Richmond, Va. 23220.
Amersal Corp.
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THINK YOU CAN WRITE? Would you like to try? The Palmer Institute of Authorship sends you assignments, criticism, revisions, develops writers through correspondence study. For free details about 3-month trial, write: Palmer Institute, Dept OLP, 941 N. Highland Ave., Hollywood 38, Calif.
Amersal Corp.
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$12.95
PAINT-YOUR-OWN-WALL MURALS are easy, paint-by-number kits that take only 3 to 5 hours to complete, add untold elegance to your walls. Choose modern, provincial or oriental designs from $12.95 up. 10¢ for "How to" details. Mural Arts, 6816 W. Romaine St., Dept. OLP, Hollywood 38, Calif.
Amersal Corp.
JIFFY ICE DRILL
$99.95
JIFFY ICE DRILL, a fisherman's dream, is powered by 3 h.p. gasoline motor that drives 7", 8" or 9" bit through thickest ice in seconds. Has centrifugal clutch, low gear ratio, sturdy construction. Portable and guaranteed. From $99.95. Feldmann Engr. & Mfg. Co., Dept. 121, Sheboygan Falls, Wisc.
Amersal Corp.
THREE-DIMENSIONAL MAP
$1.98
THREE-DIMENSIONAL MAP of durable vinyl plastic includes Alaska and Hawaii. Nine brilliant colors, size 27½” × 20". Washable; wooden frame. Actually feel the hills and valleys. $1.98 plus 25¢ postage & handling. Terry Elliott Co., Dept. OL, P.O. Box 1918, Grand Central Sta., NYC 17.
Amersal Corp.
FIELD SLING
$2.95
"FIELD SLING": Carries your shotgun or rifle at "POSITION READY" at all times. Eliminates tired arms and frozen hands. Fits all shotguns and rifles with regular stocks. Changes from one gun to another in seconds. $2.95. Field Products Co., Dept. OL, Box 217, Girard, Ohio.
Amersal Corp.
precision Hunting Rangefinder
$29.95
DIAL SHOWS DISTANCE of any target in yards when you focus this precision Hunting Rangefinder. Split image 20-500 yds. Deluxe set includes leather holster and 5× telescope eyepiece. $29.95. Rangefinder alone, $19.95. Federal Instrument Corp., Dept. OL, 92-60 Queens Blvd., Rego Park 74, N.Y.
Amersal Corp.
all-metal electric train
$2.98
TRAIN OF THOUGHT. 21 piece, all-metal electric train comes with punch-out signs, complete circular track, many accessories and battery-operated train: locomotive, coal car, log-carrying car with logs, caboose. Great price, $2.98. Bargain Trains, Dept. OL, P.O. Box 50939, New Orleans 50, La.
Amersal Corp.
JET LIGHTER
$6.95
JET LIGHTER by Beattie, is the original American-made lighter. Upright, it has conventional flame for cigars, cigarettes; tilted, a Jet-Flame forms to aim right at pipe bowl. Guaranteed. From $6.95 (shown) to $65. Catalogue: Jet Products, Inc., Dept. OL, 19 East 48th St., New York 17.
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0089.xml
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0090.xml
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87,89,91,93
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SHOPPING SECTION
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0091.xml
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0092.xml
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0093.xml
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0094.xml
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96,97,98,100,101
DOGS
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GETTING BEAGLES STARTED
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David Michael Duffey
MAYBE it is presumptuous for one man to advise another on how to start training a beagle, for beagles are among our most useful breeds of gun dogs and are familiar to almost everyone. They train easily because mostly they are allowed to do what comes naturally, and beagles from field-trial and hunting stock have a strong hunting instinct.
OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0095.xml
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0096.xml
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98
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BILL BOATMAN & COMPANY
"BIG B" Safety Collar
BILL BOATMAN & COMPANY
All-Brass Name Plates
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0097.xml
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98
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NATIONAL SCENT CO.
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NATIONAL SCENT CO.
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0098.xml
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98
98
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LEWIS MFG. CO.
SOLID BRASS NAMEPLATES
LEWIS MFG. CO.
LEATHER DOG COLLAR
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0099.xml
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98
98,99
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Advertisement: Purina Dog Chow’s
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Purina Dog Chow’s
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0100.xml
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0101.xml
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101
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SPORTING DOG SPECIALTIES, INC.
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SPORTING DOG SPECIALTIES, INC.
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0102.xml
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0103.xml
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101
101
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LEE SUPPLY CO.: ELECTRONIC TRANSISTOR TRAINER
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LEE SUPPLY CO.
ELECTRONIC TRANSISTOR TRAINER
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0104.xml
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101
101
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Advertisement: CHAPERONE
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CHAPERONE
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0105.xml
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0106.xml
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0107.xml
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0108.xml
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0109.xml
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0110.xml
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CAL-ORE RANCHES
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CAL-ORE RANCHES
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0111.xml
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108
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Advertisement: CANADIAN FISHING CAMP
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CANADIAN FISHING CAMP
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0112.xml
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0113.xml
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0114.xml
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110
WHERE TO GO
Fishing Vacationing Hunting
Fishing Oregon's Rocky Coastline
Texoma Lake
Wyoming Public Fishing
New Striper Hotspot
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P. A. PARSONS
As you drive along Highway 101 north from Florence, Oregon, you can’t help being aware of the rugged, rocky coastline. Not so apparent is the varied population of good food and sport fish that make the wave-washed rocks their home. All it takes to enjoy fishing for them is a rod, reel, and line plus a good supply of hooks and sinkers.
OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0115.xml
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0116.xml
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0117.xml
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0118.xml
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0119.xml
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0120.xml
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0121.xml
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SPORTSMAN’S MARKET PLACE
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0122.xml
article
126
126
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THE GIST OF IT
a digest of the outdoor news
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HENRY MOORE
Blythe Lady. Game Warden Ray Azbill says the lady who tried to beat the desert country heat near Blythe by shooting doves through the window of her air-conditioned car paid $25 for having a loaded gun in a car and $25 more for not having it plugged.
OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0123.xml
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BERKLEY & COMPANY: Trilene
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BERKLEY & COMPANY
Trilene
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0124.xml
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128
128
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Advertisement: MARLBORO
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MARLBORO
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OutdoorLife_19640101_0133_001_0125.xml