Issue: 19711201

Wednesday, December 1, 1971
DECEMBER 1971
6
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Articles
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Outdoor Life
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0001.xml
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WILLIAMSON TOBACCO CORP.: Raleigh
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WILLIAMSON TOBACCO CORP.
Raleigh
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0002.xml
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1
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Remington Arms Company, Inc.: Model 1100, 12 Gauge
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Remington Arms Company, Inc.
Model 1100, 12 Gauge
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0003.xml
masthead
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Outdoor Life
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0004.xml
tableOfContents
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tableofcontent
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0005.xml
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Allstate Life Insurance Company
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Allstate Life Insurance Company
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0006.xml
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4
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Advertisements
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MORTON SALT COMPANY
Morton Sugar Cure
MORTON SALT COMPANY
Morton Tender-Quick
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0007.xml
article
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4,6,8
What’s On Your Mind?
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What’s On Your Mind?
Cover Coincidence
Record “Pickup”
Wolf Hunt to Deplore
Big Brown and Ethics
Mystery Gun
Mistaken Identity
Old Crooked Horn
Sturgeon Power
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This picture (see below) has an unusual connection with the cover painting on your July issue. It shows a dilemma almost the same as the one portrayed on your cover. Mike Butler of Jamestown, New York, has his hands full of 44 in. of Chautauqua Lake muskellunge, while Flash Olson, also from Lakewood, chases him around the boat with the net.
OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0008.xml
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5
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Advertisements
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Remington Arms Company, Inc.
Express
Remington Arms Company, Inc.
Shur Shot
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0009.xml
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Advertisement
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0010.xml
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Seagram Distillers Co.
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Seagram Distillers Co.
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0011.xml
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Winnebago Industries, Inc.
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Winnebago Industries, Inc.
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0012.xml
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GRUMMAN BOATS
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GRUMMAN BOATS
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0013.xml
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BURNHAM BROTHERS
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BURNHAM BROTHERS
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0014.xml
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Advertisement: OUTDOOR LIFE
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OUTDOOR LIFE
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0015.xml
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9
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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_19711201_0148_006_0016.xml
article
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10,12,14,130
CAMPING
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Backpacker's Notebook
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C. B. Colby
TODAY’S BOOM in backpacking is causing many folks to start out with packs on their backs and smiles on their faces in the expectation of experiencing some of the fun and adventure of meeting the outdoors on its own terms. Many of those folks come back with a far greater admiration for the pioneers who walked out and settled the West.
OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0017.xml
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NORTH AMERICAN SCHOOL OF CONSERVATION
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NORTH AMERICAN SCHOOL OF CONSERVATION
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0018.xml
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Advertisements
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3-IN-ONE
HOUSEHOLD OIL
3-IN-ONE
PLASTIC WOOD
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0019.xml
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Advertisement
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0020.xml
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TIP-UPS FISHCRAFTERS, INC.
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TIP-UPS FISHCRAFTERS, INC.
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0021.xml
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NISSAN: Datsun
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NISSAN
Datsun
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0022.xml
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Crosman
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Crosman
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0023.xml
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General Motors Corporation.
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General Motors Corporation.
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0024.xml
article
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16,20,81
ARCHERY
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Try a Hunting Preserve?
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G. Howard Gillelan
STEPPING GINGERLY through the bone-dry oak leaves, the bowman slips behind a large tree. For the last half-hour he’s been stalking into the wind, trying to get within bow range of a trio of spooky animals. Twenty minutes ago he was about to take a shot.
OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0025.xml
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Cleveland Institute of Electronics
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Cleveland Institute of Electronics
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0026.xml
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20
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Eddie Bauer
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Eddie Bauer
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0027.xml
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RCBS, INC.: RCBS RELOADING GUIDE
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RCBS, INC.
RCBS RELOADING GUIDE
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0028.xml
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Poly-Cholee
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Poly-Cholee
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0029.xml
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Texaco: Havoline Super Premium
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Texaco
Havoline Super Premium
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0030.xml
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R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company: Camel
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R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company
Camel
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0031.xml
article
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23,24,25,26
NEWS: THE WEST
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Double Challenge: California Bandtails
Columbia Basin Flyers
Payoff at Walker Lake
Neglected Fox Squirrels
Try These for Steelheads
Upland Gunning in Wyoming
Ever Try for Cranes?
Washington for Whitetails
North for Idaho Geese
Winter on The Deschutes
“Improve” The Deschutes?
Chukars Abundant in Utah
Extended Chukar Season
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LEONARD MIRACLE
JIM MARTIN
BANDTAILED PIGEONS WILL OFFER a double challenge to California shotgunners when the late season opens December 11 in the lower half of the state. The birds are plentiful but hard to find, and once you find them they can be tough to bring down.
OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0032.xml
article
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FEATURES
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THE NONRESIDENT LICENSE GOUGE
Resident hunters should pay more for licenses, experts conclude in recommending new approach
NUMBER OF HUNTERS, 1970
HUNTING LICENSE AND FEES, 1970
LICENSE INCOME FROM HUNTING, 1970
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JACK O’CONNOR
I LIVE IN Idaho. My Idaho resident hunting license costs me $3. If I want to fish as well as hunt, the combination license costs me $6. My $3 resident hunting license entitles me to upland gamebirds and varmints such as rockchucks and jackrabbits.
OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0033.xml
article
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30,31,32,33,100,102,103
FEATURES
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An Eye for Deer
Many hunters expect to see deer, the whole deer, and nothing but the deer. That’s a big mistake
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BYRON W. DALRYMPLE
DON’T MOVE A MUSCLE—I saw an antler point!” I whispered. Terry, my younger son, was hunkered down behind a tree trunk. He had his rifle slung over his shoulder and a pair of rattling antlers in his hands. I was almost completely hidden by another tree a few feet behind him.
OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0034.xml
article
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34,35,36,37,97,98,99
FEATURES
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Free-for-All Ducks
If posted land and exclusive clubs are freezing you out on waterfowl, here are some good ways to freelance
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ERWIN A. BAUER
ON MANY MORNINGS during the waterfowl season, a ritual takes place before dawn on the shore of Ohio’s Sandusky Bay. Jim Frankowski, Bob Lesniewicz, and Dick Lewandowski launch their outboard runabout on the cold black water and then lash two very small craft across the cockpit.
OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0035.xml
article
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38,39,120,121,122
FEATURES
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New York's Ice Trout Bonanza
News for tip-up toters: trout aplenty in lakes near the big city
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ART GLOWKA
TUCKED AWAY in small print in New York State’s fishing-and-hunting-laws pamphlet is a new regulation that has opened a bonanza for southern-New York and metropolitan-area ice fishermen. Under the section titled “Special Regulations in Certain Waters” is the following paragraph :
OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0036.xml
article
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40,41,106,107,108
FEATURES
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BOBWHITE LEFTOVERS
We pass up pen-raised birds on a fine shooting preserve to go for the tricky wild coveys around its fringes
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CHARLES ELLIOTT
I MOVED SLOWLY—not more than two or three steps each time—then paused to study the woods ahead. Before moving on I would examine green honeysuckle clumps for signs of browsing, scan the bases of nearby saplings for evidence of horn rubbing, and inspect the ground for tracks, pawing, and pellets.
OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0037.xml
article
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42,43,44,45,72,73,76,77
Record Caribou
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TOP OF THE WORLD
My bowhunt for three kinds of big game was going badly. Then I suddenly got a chance at a world-record trophy
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LOWELL L. EDDY
THE BULL MOOSE upset our plans. Our goals for the day had been to get bow shots at caribou or goats. It was early morning, but the four of us had already climbed to a 6,000-foot elevation on a mountain in northwestern British Columbia. We were glassing surrounding slopes when I spotted the moose feeding slowly through an opening in timber 2,000 feet below us.
OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0038.xml
article
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46,47,48,49,112,114
FEATURES
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Jungle Adventure in CEYLON
My heart pounds and my camera clicks as I watch never-hunted wild life — some chilling, some obliging, all exciting
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ERWIN A. BAUER
FOR SEVERAL MOMENTS I sat uncertainly on the edge of the cot, neither fully awake nor aware of what had awakened me. I wondered where in the world I was. The first glow of a scarlet sunrise was visible through a paneless screenless window, but that wasn’t clue enough.
OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0039.xml
article
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50,51,123,124,125
FEATURES
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The Wall Fish
After eight years of near misses, I catch a trout that earns me a special niche
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FRED G. SNOOK
IT WAS MID-OCTOBER and I was standing hip-deep in the swirling blue-black water of the Yellowstone River. Clouds scudded by on a stiff northwest breeze that whipped at the surface of the boulderstrewn river and made casting, even with my torpedotaper line, somewhat difficult.
OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0040.xml
article
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FEATURES
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Dove Shooter’s Fever
Symptoms: jangled nerves and more fuss than feathers. The treatment: play it cool
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CARLOS VINSON
THE TROUBLE with me,” moaned Mike Jacobs, “is that I shoot where they ain’t. I zig when they zag.” Mike had uncorked just about a whole box of shells and had less than a half-dozen doves in his game satchel. The barrel of his 12 gauge pump gun was almost too hot to handle.
OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0041.xml
article
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54,55,56,57,118,120
BULLS OF BARRIERE: part 3
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MOOSE TEN FEET TALL
First we surprised the raging bull moose—then he surprised us with a fright I’ll never forget
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WILLIAM N. ROACH
WE CACHED OUR CANOE in a weathered pile of brush and logs left from earlier lumbering operations. The birchbark canoe was only 12 feet long. It had been built by Edouard, my Indian guide, and it was light and quiet, a joy for hunting. But it was fragile.
OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0042.xml
article
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58,59,131,132,133
FEATURES
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Grand Canyon Ram
My cross-country move pays off when I draw a once-in-a-lifetime permit to hunt the rare desert bighorn
O.L. Story Acclaimed
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LEVI A. KEIM
AT THE LAST LIGHT of day I watched the ram and the ewe drop into a gulley like two gray ghosts and vanish. In less than a minute they reappeared, but by then the visibility was so poor that I soon lost sight of them again. All I could do was hope they wouldn’t move very far in the darkness.
OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0043.xml
article
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60,61,62,133
FEATURES
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A Lot of Bull for a Buck
A bruising battle between buck deer and bull elk unfolds before my camera. I catch the excitement on film, from start to finish
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HARRY C. CORLEY
LAST JANUARY, I was taking pictures at the wildlife center in Indiana’s Brown County State Park when the unexpected happened. The park, located 60 miles south of Indianapolis and about 50 miles west of my hometown of Greensburg, offers the public 15,332 acres of beautiful timbered hills and valleys, on which they may engage in outdoor activities such as camping, picnicking, fishing, horseback riding, and swimming.
OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0044.xml
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BROWN & WILLIAMSON TOBACCO COUP.: Viceroy
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BROWN & WILLIAMSON TOBACCO COUP.
Viceroy
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0045.xml
article
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64,66,68,69,108,109
SHOOTING
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Notes on the Steep Rille
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Jack O'Connor
I SHOT MY FIRST RAM in the middle 1930’s in the Mexican state of Sonora. The ram, of course, was a desert bighorn, which today is the most sought-after trophy in North America and the most difficult to get. It was quite a good one. I had the head mounted and I still have it.
OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0046.xml
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Popular Science Book Club
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Popular Science Book Club
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0047.xml
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67
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T.M Bombardier Ltd.: Ski-Doo
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T.M Bombardier Ltd.
Ski-Doo
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0048.xml
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Advertisements
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Bushnell
TELESCOPES
Bushnell
MICROSCOPES
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0049.xml
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69
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Advertisements
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Schrade Walden Cutlery Corp.
1650T
Schrade Walden Cutlery Corp.
250T
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0050.xml
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69
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Hirsch-Weis Division of White Stag: DOUBLE LAYER STAG BAGS
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Hirsch-Weis Division of White Stag
DOUBLE LAYER STAG BAGS
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0051.xml
article
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This Happened To Me!
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Claim Jumper
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Dan Bascello
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0052.xml
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71
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Brown & Williamson,Tobacco Corp.: KOOL
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Brown & Williamson,Tobacco Corp.
KOOL
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0053.xml
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Duofold Inc.: 2-Layer underwear
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Duofold Inc.
2-Layer underwear
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0054.xml
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Leupold & Stevens, Inc.
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Leupold & Stevens, Inc.
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0055.xml
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VIKING PIPES
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VIKING PIPES
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0056.xml
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OUTERS LABORATORIES, INC.
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OUTERS LABORATORIES, INC.
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0057.xml
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TRAILCRAFT INC.
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TRAILCRAFT INC.
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0058.xml
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73
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Joseph M. Herman Shoe Co.: THE HERMAN SURVIVOR GUN BOOT
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Joseph M. Herman Shoe Co.
THE HERMAN SURVIVOR GUN BOOT
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0059.xml
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74
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0060.xml
review
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74
What's New
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What's New
in retail store products and ideas for sportsmen
Normark Corp.
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Normark Corp.
SWEDE 45
25¢
"SWEDE 45", THE IDEAL POCKET FOLDING KNIFE for campsite chores, trapline work, game and fish cleaning, boating, etc. Blade 3⅛" long, rust and corrosion resistant. Resharpens easily. Quick take-down features for cleaning. Handle 4" long, contoured, ebony color. Sold at sporting goods dealers. Include 25¢ for catalog. Free to distributors and outdoor writers. Normark Corp., Dept. OL, 1710 East 78th St., Minneapolis, Minn. 55423.
Normark Corp.
THE EEZ-IN SNOWMOBILE DOLLY
THE EEZ-IN SNOWMOBILE DOLLY is new and lightweight, enabling every snowmobile owner to lift and roll his snowmobile with ease for loading or storing. It relieves all weight off bogie wheels to avoid flat spots and warping when not in use. One person can handle it easily. 2 solid rubber wheels, 6 x 2:00, with ⅝" oiless bearings, each having a load rating of 500 lbs. Made of steel tubing. Wt: 21 lbs. Write: Garelick Mfg. Co., Dept. OL, St. Paul Park, Minnesota.
Normark Corp.
FLY CASTING
$2
AN 80 PAGE BOOK ON FLY CASTING, by Jim Green. Easy-to-read instructions take you through every phase of basic and important know-how needed to become a proficient fly caster. Price $2. Write: Jim Green Book, Fenwick/Sevenstrand Tackle Mfg. Co., P.O. Box 729, Dept B-OL, Westminster, Calif. 92683.
Normark Corp.
ONE-PIECE PROFESSIONAL SNOWMOBILE SUIT
A ONE-PIECE PROFESSIONAL SNOWMOBILE SUIT for men. Lightweight and warm; wind and water proof; stain resistant outer nylon shell; insulated with dacron and polyester fiberfill. Features: detachable pile lined hood, pile collar with adjustable closures, 1 inside chest pocket, 2 chest trouser pockets with flaps; 2-way zipper fly with snap closures. Available in all men's sizes. Write Clif-Tex Mfg. Co., Div. Walls Inds., Inc., Dept. OL, P.O. Box 98, Cleburne, Texas 76031.
Normark Corp.
TIMBERLINE
ENGLISH LEATHER "TIMBERLINE" ALL WEATHER CREAM protects an outdoorsman's skin all year 'round. Specially formulated to keep skin safe from harsh winds, strong sun and chapping cold. Non-breakable tube with dispenser top is perfect for travelling. Sold at stores everywhere.
Normark Corp.
MAUSER'S NEW 660 SHORT ACTION RIFLE
MAUSER'S NEW 660 SHORT ACTION RIFLE has interchangeable barrels within caliber groups; accuracy guaranteed. Stock made from European walnut and hand checkered; barrel, steel alloy. Length: 41". Wt.: 6 lbs 10 oz. Write: Mauser-Bauer Corp., Dept. OL, 34570 Commerce Rd., Fraser, Mich. 48026.
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0061.xml
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Advertisement
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0062.xml
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ALADDIN LABORATORIES, INC.: Jon-E Warmer
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ALADDIN LABORATORIES, INC.
Jon-E Warmer
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0063.xml
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Advertisement: Williams Guide Line Scopes
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Williams Guide Line Scopes
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0064.xml
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77
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Advertisements
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HOUSE OF EDGEWORTH
EDGEWORTH BLUE
HOUSE OF EDGEWORTH
NEW EDGEWORTH RED
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0065.xml
article
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78,79,80,88
BOATING
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What Readers Ask
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J. A. Emmett
THE QUESTION-and-answer format has always been a good, concise way to pass along helpful information. I’ve used it before. This time, though, in culling the questions from recent letters in my files, I was particularly impressed by the wide variety of problems involved.
OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0066.xml
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Winnebago Industries, Inc.
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Winnebago Industries, Inc.
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0067.xml
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80
80
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Advertisements
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HEATH COMPANY
Heathkit Thermo Spotter
HEATH COMPANY
Heathkit Fish Spotter
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0068.xml
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NORTHWESTERN SCHOOL OF TAXIDERMY
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NORTHWESTERN SCHOOL OF TAXIDERMY
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Apollo
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NOVA
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0070.xml
article
82
82,83,84,85
FISHING
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The Oregon Trail
I sample great fishing for a variety of species in a famed pioneer state
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Joe Brooks
THE BRIGHT MID-JUNE SUN had driven the temperature into the 90’s, and all day long we had not seen a fish rise. But at 7 p.m., when I stepped into the Williamson River near Chiloquin, Oregon, the water was so cold that by the time I had waded into casting position I was shaking all over, shivering and jerking so hard that I gave a new kind of action to the nymph I was using.
OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0071.xml
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84
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L. L. Bean, Inc.
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L. L. Bean, Inc.
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0072.xml
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84
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AMERICAN FISHING ASSOCIATION
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AMERICAN FISHING ASSOCIATION
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0073.xml
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84
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LARRABEE TREE CLIMBERS
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LARRABEE TREE CLIMBERS
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0074.xml
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84
84
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OUTDOOR LIFE
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0075.xml
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85
85
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MOTOTEC INDUSTRIES: LECTRI - PAK 110
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MOTOTEC INDUSTRIES
LECTRI - PAK 110
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0076.xml
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85
85
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0077.xml
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85
85
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AMERICAN SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTING
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AMERICAN SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTING
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0078.xml
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85
85
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GANDER MOUNTAIN,INC.
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GANDER MOUNTAIN,INC.
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0079.xml
article
86
86,87,88
SALT WATER
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Landing Your Fish
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George Heinold
ACOBIA of about 50 pounds had been brought alongside the boat after a hard battle that lasted more than 20 minutes. It was the first one that the two young anglers had hooked, so they were very eager to boat it. Too eager, as it turned out. Using a long-handled gaff, one of them made several wild swipes at the cobia, which was far from played out, but he missed it or grazed it each time.
OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0080.xml
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87
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MEM Company Inc.: TIMBERLINE
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MEM Company Inc.
TIMBERLINE
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0081.xml
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0082.xml
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88
88
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HERTER'S INC.
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HERTER'S INC.
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0083.xml
review
89
89,90
Shopping
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Shopping
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Arco Tools, Inc.
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Arco Tools, Inc.
Arco-Saw
$12.88
BUILD A BOOKCASE or a bungalow with Arco-Saw. Attaches to any ¼" electric drill in seconds with "slide-lock.” Rips & crosscuts up to 2" boards. Dado-Arbor swivels sawblade to cut grooves up to ½" wide x 1" deep in 1 cut. Has graduated gauges for ripping, depth & angle cuts. Model 460 is $12.88 ppd. with blade & instructions. Arco Tools, Inc., Dept. OL-12P, 421 W. 203 St., New York, N.Y. 10034.
Arco Tools, Inc.
PLAY GUITAR IN 7 DAYS
$2.98
PLAY GUITAR IN 7 DAYS. Amazing system teaches you to play a song the first day. Contains 52 photos, 87 chord & finger playing charts, 110 songs; Special Guitarists Book of Knowledge; & Tuning Device. All for $2.98 + 250 pstg. & hdlg. Money back guarantee. Ed Sale, Studio OL-12, Avon by the Sea, New Jersey 07717.
Arco Tools, Inc.
HARDY'S BOOK OF FISHING
$16.50
“HARDY'S BOOK OF FISHING” a first edition collector’s item. Over 300 pages, illustrated, stories & fishing techniques by experts. Only $16.50. Orders received before Dec. 31, 1971 will include a FREE copy of “The Hardy Book of Flies.” Harrington & Richardson, Inc., Dept. OL-12, 320 Park Ave., Worcester, Mass. 01610.
Arco Tools, Inc.
CHAPERONE
$1.89
USE INDOOR SUDBURY CHAPERONE to keep dogs and cats off furniture. Avoid soiled cushions, hairs, odors. Use Outdoor Sudbury Chaperone to prevent burned shrubs, spilled garbage cans, messy lawns. Giant size $1.89, 3 for $5. (Any combination, please specify.) Sudbury Laboratory, Inc., Dept. OL-12, Box 2878, Sudbury, Mass. 01776,
Arco Tools, Inc.
SPANISH WINE BAG
$3.98
SPANISH WINE BAG. Ideal for skiers, campers, hunters, picnics & all outdoor enthusiasts. Kidney shaped wine bag is made of genuine goatskin with stout braided cords & tight stoppers. Holds more than 1 quart of your favorite drink, juice, milk, etc. Bag is lined with heavy latex. $3.98 + 50¢ pstg. Barclay, Dept. OL-12, 170-30 Jamaica Ave., Jamaica, N.Y. 11432.
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0085.xml
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0086.xml
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0087.xml
article
92
92,93,94,96,97
DOGS
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A BRITTANY OWNER SPEAKS UP
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David Michael Duffey
ONCE A MAN has decided which breed of gun dog is best for him, he will form opinions about how individual dogs within that breed should perform. The more popular a breed becomes, the more such opinions vary. The Brittany Spaniel, the only spaniel that points its game, is a good example.
OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0088.xml
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Nabisco, Inc.
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Nabisco, Inc.
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0089.xml
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94
94
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Biunkman MFG. & FENCE CO., INC.
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Biunkman MFG. & FENCE CO., INC.
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0090.xml
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95
95
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Sensitronix: MCMLXX Sensitronix
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Sensitronix
MCMLXX Sensitronix
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0091.xml
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96
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0092.xml
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97
97
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Sporting Dog Specialties
TRAINING YOUR RETRIEVER
Sporting Dog Specialties
2½ qt. Stainless Steel Feed Pans
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0093.xml
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97
97
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JIM STRATTON
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JIM STRATTON
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0094.xml
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98
98
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PETE RICKARD
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PETE RICKARD
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0095.xml
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98
98
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BILL BOATMAN and CO.
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BILL BOATMAN and CO.
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0096.xml
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98
98
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Plaza enterprises
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Plaza enterprises
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0097.xml
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0098.xml
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100
100
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KENNEL-AIRE MFG. CO.
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KENNEL-AIRE MFG. CO.
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0099.xml
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100
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SCOOPER CO.
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SCOOPER CO.
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0100.xml
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100
100
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WILLIAMS KENNELS
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WILLIAMS KENNELS
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0101.xml
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FULL CRY
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FULL CRY
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0102.xml
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101
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Jetco Electronic Industries, Inc.: ELECTROMASTER
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Jetco Electronic Industries, Inc.
ELECTROMASTER
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0103.xml
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0104.xml
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0105.xml
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0106.xml
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0107.xml
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0108.xml
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0109.xml
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0110.xml
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109
109
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REFORSTATION inc.
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REFORSTATION inc.
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0111.xml
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109
109
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Can-Am Lands
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Can-Am Lands
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0112.xml
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109
109
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JESSE JONES BOX CORP.
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JESSE JONES BOX CORP.
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0113.xml
article
110
110
WHERE TO GO
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ALL OVER THE MAP
Jersey Ducks Peak in December
Preserve Directory
Quebec Caribou
The Big Forest
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VIN T. SPARANO
Duck hunting in New Jersey is at its best during the month of December, according to George N. Alpaugh, chief of the state Bureau of Wildlife Management. While deer and upland game attract most hunters in the Garden State in December, miles of coastal bays and marshes are uncrowded and usually full of waterfowl.
OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0114.xml
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0115.xml
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WHERE TO GO
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0116.xml
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Advertisement: Outdoor Life
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Outdoor Life
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0117.xml
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SPORTSMAN’S MARKET PLACE
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0118.xml
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0119.xml
article
140
140
THE GIST OF IT
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a digest of the outdoor news
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HENRY MOORE
Image Building. Pacific Power and Light Company donned its white hat and saved 300,000 steelhead fingerlings. The Department of Fish and Game ran out of money to feed the fish until they were yearlings, so P.P.L.CO. came up with the $8,100 necessary to assure the young steelhead’s survival.
OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0120.xml
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141
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Harley-Davidson
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Harley-Davidson
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0121.xml
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142
142
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Advertisement: Tareyton
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Tareyton
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OutdoorLife_19711201_0148_006_0122.xml