Issue: 19730701

Sunday, July 1, 1973
JULY 1973
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Outdoor Life
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0001.xml
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Schick Safety Razor Co.: Schick Super II
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Schick Safety Razor Co.
Schick Super II
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0002.xml
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BROWNING
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BROWNING
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0003.xml
masthead
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Masthead
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0004.xml
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Outdoor Life
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0005.xml
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Remington
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Remington
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0006.xml
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Remington: Remington "Hi-Speed" 22 Long Rifle cartridge
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Remington
Remington "Hi-Speed" 22 Long Rifle cartridge
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0007.xml
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WHAT'S ON YOUR MIND?
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WHAT'S ON YOUR MIND?
Wring-Neck Goose
Response to Old Ad
Those Quebec Dams
A Good Year
Call Squirrels?
True Sportsman
Tied Up in Knots?
Desert Sheep in Utah
Eat Those Pigeons
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Humans are not the only victims of the litterbug. For at least seven weeks during the winter and spring of 1972, the Canada goose pictured below was ensnared in the rings of a plastic six-pack carrier on Woodcliff Lake in North Hudson County Park, New Jersey.
OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0008.xml
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Sears
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Sears
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0009.xml
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6,7
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Advertisement
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0010.xml
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American Express Reservations, Inc.
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American Express Reservations, Inc.
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0011.xml
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Land-Rover
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Land-Rover
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0012.xml
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Advertisement: OUTDOOR LIFE
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OUTDOOR LIFE
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0013.xml
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Advertisement
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0014.xml
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Texaco: TEXACO 50-1 OUTBOARD MOTOR OIL
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Texaco
TEXACO 50-1 OUTBOARD MOTOR OIL
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0015.xml
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12,18,22,104,105
CAMPING
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CAMP ANOTHER WAY
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C. B. Colby
HOW MANY TYPES of camping have you tried? Why not try another type for a change? A whole new interest and excitement might regenerate your favorite summer recreation. The change can be simple, the expense low, and the rewards high. Many a flyfishing purist who has never cast a plug into a patch of lily pads has been coaxed or bullied into doing that just once and has suddenly found that there is more to fishing than waders, dry flies, and streams.
OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0016.xml
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Advertisement
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0017.xml
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International
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International
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0018.xml
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NORTH AMERICAN SCHOOL OF CONSERVATION
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NORTH AMERICAN SCHOOL OF CONSERVATION
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0019.xml
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CAMP CHEF
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Eel: Good Deal
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C.B.COLBY
How many times have you been fishing and hooked what you thought was a trophy bass or trout, only to reel in a big eel? Next time this happens, don't cut the line. Save the eel for a really fine sportsman's dinner. It is easy to peel an eel if you know the trick, and here it is.
OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0020.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_19730701_0152_001_0021.xml
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20,21
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The Continental Insurance Companies
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The Continental Insurance Companies
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0022.xml
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MEM Company Inc.: TIMBERLINE
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MEM Company Inc.
TIMBERLINE
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0023.xml
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SEAGRAM DISTILLERS CO.: Seagram's 7 Crown
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SEAGRAM DISTILLERS CO.
Seagram's 7 Crown
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0024.xml
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ARCHERY
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ARCHERY TACKLE FOR TODAY
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G. Howard Gillelan
IF A BOWHUNTER OF 50 years ago somehow came to life and appeared at a 1973 archery tournament, he might think he'd been reincarnated on another planet or that Earth had been invaded by a tribe of strange shooters from Mars. The appearance of today's archers hasn't changed much, but their equipment is literally a world apart from the bowman's gear of a couple of generations ago.
OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0025.xml
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DESA POWER PRODUCTS DIVISION: REMINGTON Mighty Mite Bantam CHAIN SAW
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DESA POWER PRODUCTS DIVISION
REMINGTON Mighty Mite Bantam CHAIN SAW
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0026.xml
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Shakespeare
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Shakespeare
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0027.xml
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CHRYSLER MOTORS CORPORATION: Dodge
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CHRYSLER MOTORS CORPORATION
Dodge
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0028.xml
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USM Corporation: "POP" RIVETOOL
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USM Corporation
"POP" RIVETOOL
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0029.xml
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Dunlop
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Dunlop
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0030.xml
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This Happened to Me!
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Hippo Hangup
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Jaclynn Browneye
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0031.xml
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BROWN & WILLIAMSON TOBACCO CORP.: Raleigh
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BROWN & WILLIAMSON TOBACCO CORP.
Raleigh
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0032.xml
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32,86,88,90
SALT WATER
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POLLOCK ON TOP
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George Heinold
SOMETHING WAS MOVING off with my skimmerclam bait. I cautiously lowered my rod tip to put a little slack in the line and stepped closer to the port gunwale of our boat. I felt that the fish had the bait well into its mouth, but I waited until the line came taut.
OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0033.xml
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Ford
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Ford
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0034.xml
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Brylcreem
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0035.xml
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FISHING
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HOW TO FISH AN UNFAMILIAR LAKE
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Jerry Gibbs
I WAS ON SMITTY'S DOCK at New Jersey's Lake Hopatcong, alternately gloating over a good catch of crappies and cursing the fast boats now on the water, when my friend Jack Cloud walked up. He was in a wretched mood and chose not to immediately tell me the trouble.
OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0036.xml
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Advertisement: Viceroy
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Viceroy
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0037.xml
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NEWS
THE NORTHEAST
Summer Float Trips on the Delaware
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TED JANES
Stan Paulakovich
THE MIGHTY DELAWARE RIVER from Hancock, New York, to Yardley, Pennsylvania, is floatable for 200 miles. In this stretch you will find majestic scenery, plenty of interesting white water, and great fishing. And there is not a single dam to portage around.
OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0038.xml
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NEWS
THE NORTHEAST
Down to the Sea in N.Y.
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Fred Luks
JULY SIGNALS THE START of the vacation season in New York, and for many anglers this means a trip to the seashore. Here's a summary of saltwater fishing prospects for the month: Striped bass: there should be plenty of activity along the south shore of Long Island and at Montauk and Orient Point.
OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0039.xml
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NEWS
THE NORTHEAST
Salmon in New Hampshire
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Dick Seamans
ON A JULY DAY not too many years from now fishermen in New Hampshire are going to stand beside a stream, rig up fly rods, and prepare to cast for Atlantic salmon. For more than 150 years the once-famous salmon runs of the Merrimack and Connecticut rivers have been cut off from the state's waters by dams, and pollution has made spawning and nursery areas uninhabitable.
OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0040.xml
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40,41
NEWS
THE NORTHEAST
Midsummer in Maine
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Bob Elliot
JULY IS ONE OF THE better months to do some dry-flyfishing in Maine. It can be a daylight-to-sunrise and sunset-to-dark activity, but the cool-water sections of lakes and streams must be pinpointed. In lakes there are shoals near islands or even some distance offshore where hatches of flies take place and where trout and landlocked salmon rise consistently, particularly in the evening.
OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0041.xml
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NEWS
THE NORTHEAST
Lament for a Guide
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B. E.
Old-time pole and paddle guides in Maine have been slow to accept the use of outboard motors except to get "from here to there." After reading an outdoor writer's advice to "Run your motor five miles an hour when trolling for landlocked salmon," a northern sporting-camp client insisted that his guide do this, much to the guide's disgust.
OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0042.xml
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NEWS
THE NORTHEAST
Try These in Vermont
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George B. Gordon
VERMONT OFFERS SOME of the best warmwater fisheries in the country. Neighboring states boast of their bass fishing, but in Vermont few anglers bother with northern pike or with black-bass fishing, which in July in a dozen Vermont lakes can be as good as it is anywhere.
OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0043.xml
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NEWS
THE NORTHEAST
That Bridge in Maryland
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Bill Burton
LAST YEAR WHEN THE Maryland State Police suggested that it might be wise from a safety standpoint to prohibit fishing from the Ocean City Bridge, a great furor arose. The Route 50 bridge leading to Ocean City is one of the state's greatest fishing attractions.
OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0044.xml
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NEWS
THE NORTHEAST
Jersey's Man-Made Reefs
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Bill Backus
IN STRATEGIC OFFSHORE spots where nature failed to provide reefs, New Jersey is creating artificial ones. The first, built a year or so ago off Sea Girt, has proved to be so successful as a fish habitat that the state is now making another reef off Sea Bright.
OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0045.xml
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NEWS
THE NORTHEAST
Smallmouths in Delaware
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B. B.
Is there any good smallmouth fishing available in Delaware in the middle of summer? It's there for the trying, says Fred Bonner, fisheries biologist, who has made trips down the Brandywine many times. He prefers floating this picturesque creek in a canoe, and putting over at Thompsons Bridge Road, which is just above Brandywine State Park north of Wilmington.
OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0046.xml
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NEWS
THE NORTHEAST
Do You Get the Drift?
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JACK FALLON
ON A JUNE MORNING with an ebbing tide, drifting sandworms through a tidal rip alongside Strong Island in Cape Cod's Pleasant Bay should be a surefire way of catching striped bass. And it was—for the one boat besides our own that was working the rip.
OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0047.xml
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FEATURES
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What Has Happened to THAT BIG NEW TROUT?
The idea was to raise the outcast "bull trout" in hatchery waters and to stock them for great new fishing
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BYRON W. DALRYMPLE
RIGHT FROM THE START I should have suspected something. I'd fallen for Mickey Lang's deadpan pranks before, and I should have seen this one coming. Mickey works for the Game and Fish Department in New Mexico. Our families have been friends for years.
OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0048.xml
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Record-Book Bear
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BEDLAM IN THE SWAMP
I promise my wife a room-size rug but nearly lose a companion in the bargain
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KENNETH BURTON
AFTER I'D LOADED my hounds that September night for the drive north and kissed my wife goodbye, I made a promise I wasn't sure I could keep. "I'll bring back a bear rug big enough for the living room," I told her half kiddingly. I had good reason to know that a bear of that size was in the area I was going to hunt.
OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0049.xml
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52,53,54,55,114,115,116
Bream-Fishing Lesson
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PLASTIC WORMS FOR PANFISH
Scaled-down models of these bass lures prove to be dynamite for big sunfish
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RUSSELL TINSLEY
I HEARD A. W. McLaughlin whistle, but I didn't acknowledge the signal. I continued to cast intently as if I had not heard him, for I suspected that the spirit of fun had vanished and he was now rubbing it in. You get such paranoid notions when your companion catches half a dozen fish while you catch nothing.
OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0050.xml
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56,57,154,156,158
FEATURES
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Rattlers on the Rocks
These late-season rattlers defy the rules and spring some surprises on us
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WILLIAM B. ALLEN JR.
DAYS WERE GETTING shorter and nights cooler, but we still were planning our last weekend snake hunt of the year. The hunt was set for September 21 and 22—a little late, but it was the only weekend several of us could all get away. Weather for that entire season had been miserable.
OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0051.xml
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58,59,118,122,123,124
FLOATING FOR TROUT
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RAINBOWS OF THE LITTLE RED
We drift in solitude at the whim of this cold and moody Southern river and enjoy fine midsummer trout fishing
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BRUCE BRADY
THIS IS THE LIFE," my wife Peggy said as she pushed her floppy white hat forward until it rested just above her sunglasses. "It's no mystery why trout fishing is so popular nowadays." "What we're doing," I offered, somewhat perturbed by the shellacking I was taking, "is usually called floatfishing.
OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0052.xml
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60,61,62,63,83,84,85,86
FEATURES
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How Sweet It Was JOURNEY OF THE OUTDOOR LIFE GIRL
A letter to the first publisher of this magazine started on a 1,000-mile ride on horseback, selling subscriptions
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BEN EAST
ON A SEPTEMBER MORNING in 1914 a pert and pretty 21-year-old girl from Spokane, Washington, put her horse into what hundreds of onlookers regarded as a somewhat hazardous climb. Gladys Hardy was tackling the ascent of 37 steps that led up to the door of the capitol building at Salem, Oregon.
OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0053.xml
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64,65,66,67,138,140,141
FEATURES
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The Day They Opened the MYSTERY RESERVOIR
After a decade of wondering, we have 18 hours to find out if the stories about monster trout at Kemmerer lake are true
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CLAIR REES
EIGHTEEN HOURS to try for lunker trout that hadn't seen an artificial fly, a spinner, or a worm on a hook for 10 years or more—if that kind of offer doesn't stir a fisherman's blood, nothing will! And that's just what the town of Kemmerer, Wyoming, was offering on August 3, 1972.
OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0054.xml
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68,69,70,71,141,142,143,144
WHITETAIL AND MULEY
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DOUBLEHEADER DEER
My goal: a four-point or better buck of each species from the same area
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HANK BRADSHAW
RIFLES READY FOR deer, Hoadley Dean and I sat in frosty dry wheatgrass and little bluestem on top of a high hill. Below us, two canyons merged and then led around the base of our hill to a small grassy plain that was wedged between the canyons' mouth and Elk Creek, a timbered tributary of South Dakota's Cheyenne River.
OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0055.xml
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Salmon Spree
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LITTLE LADY TAKES CHINOOKS
"Fish on!" she shouted and 10 fishermen reeled in to leave the hole to a spunky lady and a big salmon
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LORRAINE ROBERTS
THERE HE WAS at last—chinook salmon, bending t tip of my rod into a deep arc. "Fish on!" I yelled, and the oth anglers retrieved their lines from tl swift water of the Salmon River ho to give me room. "It's a nice one! Don't lose it, litt lady," one man shouted as I stru gled to place the butt of my r against my body.
OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0056.xml
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FEATURES
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THOSE COOL CANADIAN CATFISH
When our bush pilot offers Manitoba catfishing, we scoff. But then we fish—and not for walleyes or pike
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BOB BROWN
TONY OUENS WAS AMAZED. He studied the fish that had been transferred from the gunnysack to the dock before him. He picked it up, tugged the whiskerlike barbels on the lower jaw like a little boy pulling at Santa's beard. He looked at the other guides, screwed up his face, and laughed.
OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0057.xml
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Vacation Surprise
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CATCH BIG FISH FROM THE PIERS
You won't need a boat to take kings, cobia, tarpon, and the like if you use these techniques
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JIM DEAN
A DOZEN RODS were propped against the rail at the end of the fishing pier, one of almost three dozen on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Each rig was baited with a small live bluefish or menhaden. Like most of the other fishermen, I had been on the pier since dawn.
OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0058.xml
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FEATURES
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THE ULTRALIGHT BACKPACK
You'll enjoy the week more and carry less if food and gear total 20 pounds
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RAY STEBBINS
THEY SAY IT TAKES a lazy man to find an easy way. Since I'm lazier than a fat hog on a hot day, I should have tried an ultralight backpack 15 years ago. But it was last summer before I began backpacking food for seven days and basic equipment that together weigh about 20 pounds.
OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0059.xml
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BROWN & WILLIAMSON TOBACCO CORP.: Laredo Filter Blend
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BROWN & WILLIAMSON TOBACCO CORP.
Laredo Filter Blend
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0060.xml
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Ford: FORD MAVERICK
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Ford
FORD MAVERICK
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0061.xml
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Advertisement: Medi-Quik First Aid Spray
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Medi-Quik First Aid Spray
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Advertisement: WEATHERBY MARK V MAGNUMS
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WEATHERBY MARK V MAGNUMS
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Advertisement: "Sportsmate"
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"Sportsmate"
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0064.xml
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OUTERS LABORATORIES, INC.: Outers Ground Hugger
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OUTERS LABORATORIES, INC.
Outers Ground Hugger
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0065.xml
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Fred Bear Sports Club
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Fred Bear Sports Club
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0066.xml
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TRAILCRAFT, INC.
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TRAILCRAFT, INC.
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0067.xml
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Yamaha
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Yamaha
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0068.xml
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THE SHALER CO.
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THE SHALER CO.
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0069.xml
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CHRYSLER MOTORS CORPORATION: Dodge
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CHRYSLER MOTORS CORPORATION
Dodge
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0070.xml
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Where To Go
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ALL OVER THE MAP
Head West for Brookies
Alberta Guide
New Salmon Water
Explore and Fish
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VIN T. SPARANO
It's tough to say what trout rates as tops with Western anglers—cutthroats, browns, rainbows. But it's easy to pick the one at the bottom of the list—the Eastern brook trout. Brookies produce so many offspring that they compete with the other, more desirable, trout.
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GOVERNMENT OF QUÉBEC
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GOVERNMENT OF QUÉBEC
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Eddie Bauer
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Eddie Bauer
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BOMBER BAIT CO.: Bomber's "Big John" BUSHWHACKER
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BOMBER BAIT CO.
Bomber's "Big John" BUSHWHACKER
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0075.xml
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BROWNING
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BROWNING
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Wilkinson Sword Inc.: THE WILKINSON BONDED RAZOR
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Wilkinson Sword Inc.
THE WILKINSON BONDED RAZOR
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National School of Conservation
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National School of Conservation
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Sigma Engineering Company
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Sigma Engineering Company
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J. M. HERMAN SHOE COMPANY
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J. M. HERMAN SHOE COMPANY
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BOATING
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Floating on Air
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Jim Emmett
INFLATABLE BOATS in a wide variety of makes, shapes, and sizes are generating a great new interest in boating among a lot of people who might otherwise have remained boatless. Inflatables are easy to store when they aren't in use, they don't require a trailer or rented waterside docking, and they are easy to transport to distant waters.
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Quaker State
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0082.xml
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CUTTER Laboratories, Inc.
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CUTTER Laboratories, Inc.
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BUCK KNIVES
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Pharmacraft Division Pennwalt Corporation: Cruex
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Pharmacraft Division Pennwalt Corporation
Cruex
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SHERIDAN PRODUCTS INC.
SHERIDAN Silver Streak
SHERIDAN PRODUCTS INC.
SHERIDAN Blue Streak
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Bausch & Lomb
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Bausch & Lomb
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Eddie Bauer
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Eddie Bauer
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The HUMAN CIRCLE, Inc.
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The HUMAN CIRCLE, Inc.
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FOLDBOATS
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0090.xml
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North American School Animal Sciences
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North American School Animal Sciences
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OutdoorLife_19730701_0152_001_0091.xml
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Getting the Range
Stainless S & W
Low Cost Double
Semifinished Stocks
New Leupold Mount
Side-By Browning
Winchester Single
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JIM CARMICHEL
Back in 1965 Smith & Wesson introduced its first stainless-steel revolver, the Stainless Chief Model 60, and created a demand for stainless-steel handguns that hasn't slowed down yet. While visiting the Smith factory in late 1972 I had a look at the newest offerings in stainless steel.
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Leupold & Stevens, Inc.
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Leupold & Stevens, Inc.
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SHOOTING
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THE BLACK-POWDER BOOM
NEW DUTIES FOR CARMICHEL
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Jim Carmichel
RECENTLY members of the muzzle-loading fraternity have been claiming that black-powder burning is the fastest growing of all the shooting sports. I suspect that they may be right. But even if they're not, there is no question that the increased interest in shooting the charcoal burners is phenomenal.
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Firestone
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AC SPARK PLUG DIVISION: AC Fire-Ring Spark Plugs
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AC SPARK PLUG DIVISION
AC Fire-Ring Spark Plugs
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THE COLEMAN COMPANY, INC.
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THE COLEMAN COMPANY, INC.
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FEDERAL CARTRIDGE CORPORATION: FEDERAL HI-POWER .22s
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FEDERAL CARTRIDGE CORPORATION
FEDERAL HI-POWER .22s
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STURM, RUGER AND COMPANY, INCORPORATED
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STURM, RUGER AND COMPANY, INCORPORATED
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Schrade Walden Cutlery Corp.: OLD-TIMER
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Schrade Walden Cutlery Corp.
OLD-TIMER
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Estwing Mfg. Co.
Heavy Duty Folding Grill
Estwing Mfg. Co.
CAMPER'S AXE
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NUMRICH ARMS CORPORATION
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NUMRICH ARMS CORPORATION
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NORTHWESTERN SCHOOL OF TAXIDERMY
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OUTDOOR LIFE BOOK CLUB
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What's New
in retail store products and ideas for sportsmen
Burke Fishing Lures, Inc.
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Burke Fishing Lures, Inc.
NATIONAL CHAMPION'S BASS FISHING TIP BOOK
$1.00
NATIONAL CHAMPION'S BASS FISHING TIP BOOK. This 28-page tip book illustrates the techniques used by nationally famous bass fisherman Bill Dance. "Fishing In The Wind," "Fishing Shallow Water," "Triangulation," and "Contour Fishing" are some of the many tips included. In addition are instructions on how to work the different varieties of bass lures. The tip book is available for $1.00 from Burke Fishing Lures, Inc., Dept. OL, 1969 S. Airport Rd., Traverse City, Mich. 49684.
Burke Fishing Lures, Inc.
STAINLESS STEEL PORTABLE SPOTLIGHT
STAINLESS STEEL PORTABLE SPOTLIGHT. 12 volt sealed beam unit plugs into boat or car cigarette lighter socket. Handle coated with non slip vinyl for positive grip; push-on, push-off switch; comes with necessary wire & socket plug. Write: Allan Mfg. Co., Dept. OL, 325 Duffy Ave., Hicksville, N.Y. 11801.
Burke Fishing Lures, Inc.
Air Cel Wet Tip Hi-D
FLY FISHING IN DEPTH. New Air Cel Wet Tip Hi-D has 10' of extra fast sinking tip. Handles like floating line but provides extra depth needed for success in fishing deep for trout, bass, steelhead, bonefish, tarpon & salmon. Free catalog. Write: Scientific Anglers, Dept. O-OL, Box 2007, Midland, Mich. 48640.
Burke Fishing Lures, Inc.
IMPROVED ELECTRIC FISHING MOTORS
IMPROVED ELECTRIC FISHING MOTORS available in stern or bow mounts. Newly re-engineered electric remote control provides variable speed adjustment of the remote rotation of motor. Super Silvertrol has 3 speeds forward, full 360° rotation; heavy duty field wound motor produces approx. 16 lbs. of thrust with approx. 22 amps. battery drain. Heavy duty shaft has inner column for extra strength; stern mounting bracket provides 5 position angle adjustments & positive tilt lock. For further information write G & R Inds., Inc., Dept. OL, Purdy, Mo. 65734.
Burke Fishing Lures, Inc.
Sentry Oxygen Monitor
NEW IDEA IN FISH LOCATORS. Based on measuring the dissolved oxygen content of various areas of a body of water. Find the proper oxygen content in water for fish to breathe & you find fish to catch. That's what this locator does: it is an oxygen monitor & is called the Sentry Oxygen Monitor. Sold in department & sporting goods stores nationwide. For more information write: Bass-Ox, 6206 (A) Arnold Dr., Dept. OL, Austin, Texas 78723.
Burke Fishing Lures, Inc.
PROFESSIONAL HOME TANNING KIT
PROFESSIONAL HOME TANNING KIT, unique to the sporting goods industry, contains sufficient materials to prepare & tan 2 average size deer skins or the equivalent. Comes in cloth bag, kit contains 3 powdered chemical compounds, a plastic bottle of tanning oil & complete easy to follow instructions. No special equipment required. Free catalog. Write George Lawrence Co., Dept. OL, 306 S.W. 1st Ave., Portland, Ore. 97204.
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Normark: Rapala
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Normark
Rapala
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Shopping for Indoor and Outdoor Life
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Chesapeake Gunning Decoys
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Chesapeake Gunning Decoys
BLOCK & TACKLE
$9.95
BLOCK & TACKLE lifts up to 2,000 lbs. Invaluable for hunters, motorists, homeowners, everybody. Weighs only 15 oz., yet strong enough to lift large game, machinery, boats, etc. Sturdy steel & aluminum construction with 65ft. nylon cord, 7-to-1 ratio, prelubricated for life. One hand operation. Complete with instruction, $9.95+75¢ pstge. Larch, Box 770 Times Sq. Sta., Dept. OL, New York, N.Y. 10036
Chesapeake Gunning Decoys
GOOSE & DUCK DECOYS
$57.95
GOOSE & DUCK DECOYS. Snow, Blue Canadians, field $57.95 doz. Water $59.95. Oversize field Mallards & Blacks $47.95 doz. (Shown above)—Magnum ducks 22-½" × 12" × 7", any position head, shot resistant, foam filled, weighted Keels, Blacks, Scaups, etc. at $68.95 doz. Reg. oversize ducks $39.95. Sample $5.95. Chesapeake Gunning Decoys, Dept. OL, 8440 Geneva Rd., Pasadena, Md. 21122
Chesapeake Gunning Decoys
Mikron in-line fuel filter
$6.45
BOAT FUEL FILTER. Mikron in-line fuel filter. A corrosion resistant Celcon device which eliminates trouble with outboard motors caused by water, dirt, ice, etc. Permanent, cleanable filter that snaps open & shut. Increases power, & insures top performance. No mechanic or special tools needed to install. Comes with clamps & instructions. $6.45 ppd. The Eagle Enterprises, Dept. OL, 2026 Manila Lane, Houston, Texas 77043
Chesapeake Gunning Decoys
SURVIVAL EQUIPMENT
SURVIVAL EQUIPMENT Catalog. A selection of lightweight and survival equipment for 1973, along with related information on First-Aid, Water, Shelter & miscellaneous facts on camping in the wilderness in safety. Catalog is free from: Nicolet Products, Dept. OL, 42 South 42nd St., Phoenix, Arizona 85034
Chesapeake Gunning Decoys
BASS POPPER BONANZA
$2.95
BASS POPPER BONANZA—18 Bass Poppers selected for their famous fish-catching ability. Life-like. Full floating. In assorted proven colors. 18 for $2.95 ppd. plus Free discount Tackle Catalog. Send To: Fishing Tackle Grab Bag, Dept. P52, 667 N. State St., Elgin, III. 60120
Chesapeake Gunning Decoys
TITANIA JEWELS
$15.00
TITANIA JEWELS . . . Man made miracle jewels have more fire than diamonds. $15.00 per carat. One Carat Titania, set in 14 Kt. gold Soltaire setting, $36.00. Man's ring with 1 Carat Titania, 14 Kt. Gold only, $44.00. No Federal tax. Free catalog—Handy Ring Size Chart & 120 pg. Color Jewelry Book. Regent Lapidary Co., Dept. OLP, 511 E. 12th St., New York, N. Y. 10009
Chesapeake Gunning Decoys
TREE STAND
$10.75
TREE STAND FOR DEER HUNTERS is unique. Lawson Wedge tree stand folds together for carrying in your pocket. It's compact, lightweight, and sturdy, and sets up fast and easy. Simply place at the base of 2 sturdy tree limbs, step down on it, and you have a stand. $10.75 ppd., Lawson Mfg. Co., Dept. OL, RFD #3, Oregon, III. 61061
Chesapeake Gunning Decoys
SLEEPING BAG STORAGE
$9.95
SLEEPING BAG STORAGE — Decorative, functional way to hide your sleeping bags when not in use. Corduroy cases store and protect goose down sleeping bags & comforters and serve as lounging pillows. Case 36½" long, 13½" in diameter, fitted with 24" zipper. Colors: Beige, Blue, Green. Order #0463, $9.95 ppd. Eddie Bauer, Inc., Dept. XR4, Seattle, Wash. 98124
Chesapeake Gunning Decoys
BOAT SEAT PEDESTAL
$4.95
BOAT SEAT PEDESTAL—Mount Action Boat Seat on this 13" pedestal and turn any boat into a bass rig. Easier to cast, control electric motor and steer. Send $4.95 plus $1.00 ppd. for handling and postage within U.S.A. Action Products, Inc., Box 100, Dept. OL, Odessa, Mo. 64076
Chesapeake Gunning Decoys
606 MILLION COINS DISAPPEAR YEARLY
$29.95
"606 MILLION COINS DISAPPEAR YEARLY," states Treasury Dept. Find them with New Transistorized Coincollector. Detector includes speaker, earphone, batteries, instructions, coin folder, 3 coin tubes, 5 coin holders, magnifier, free magazine subscription, U.S. Price Guide guaranteeing sale of coins at listed prices. Order now for $29.95 by mail from Solidtronics Corp., Dept. OL, Tennent, N.J. 07763
Chesapeake Gunning Decoys
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25¢
FISHERMEN: Only 25¢ brings you IPCO'S new illustrated instruction booklet on cleaning and filleting, plus products catalog. Designed to help all fishermen, even beginners. Color catalog features dozens of products—Clean—A-Fish Boards & Combos, Hold-A-Rod, etc. IPCO, Dept. OL, 541 West 79th St., Minneapolis, Minn. 55420
Chesapeake Gunning Decoys
12 Volt fluorescent Linear Lites
$13.95
NEW LIGHT for campers, vans, boats, etc. 12 Volt fluorescent Linear Lites are glare free. 8W unit 13" × 1-7/8" × 1¼" uses less than an amp, gives 40W equivalent light—$13.95. 13W unit 22" × 2" ×x 1¾" with light output equal to 65W uses only 1.3 amps. $15.95 ppd. Calif, res. add sales tax. Free catalog available. Dick Cepek, Inc., Dept. OL, 9201 California Ave., South Gate, Ca. 90280
Chesapeake Gunning Decoys
SCHLESINGERS
$1.00
NO, the new 1973 catalog of tools and gadgets offered by SCHLESINGERS doesn't have fishing items growing out of it, but if you send for the 500 pages of catalogs (cost $1.00) you can buy up to 3 grab bags of spinners, spoons, props, etc. for 95¢ a bag (a generous assortment worth much more). Schlesingers For Tools, Ltd., 1021 East 54th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11234
Chesapeake Gunning Decoys
"Hobie Cat"
$6.95
MODEL CATAMARAN called "Hobie Cat". Fine sailing scale model for desk or mantle. Kit comes complete with nylon sails, wood hulls, masting, rigging, etc. Height 23", length 14". Complete plans & instructions. $6.95 + 80¢ shipping. Send 25¢ for new 144-page catalog of Nautical Kits & Gifts. Preston's, 96Z Main St. Wharf, Greenport, N.Y. 11944
Chesapeake Gunning Decoys
"HOBBY GUNSMITHING"
$5.95
"HOBBY GUNSMITHING" is Ralph Walker's helpful new 320-page guide, a complete resource on how to get into this hobby with little money or equipment. Introduces basics of the craft for first project, and leads into stock finishing, simple carving, polishing, etc. Also how power tools may be adapted for special purposes. $5.95 ppd. Digest Books, Inc., Dept. OL, 540 Frontage Rd., Northfield, III. 60093
Chesapeake Gunning Decoys
"LAWN MOWER REPAIR"
$6.95
"LAWN MOWER REPAIR" a much needed Handbook for the amateur and professional. Author tells how to purchase, use, & repair a lawn mower. 256 pgs. with 126 line illus. Outlines advantages & disadvantages of reel, rotary & rider type lawn mowers. Schedule for preventive maintenance, & procedures for routine repairs. Step by Step Illustrations. $6.95 ppd. Emerson Books, Inc., Reynolds Lane, Dept. OL, Buchanan, N. Y. 10511
Chesapeake Gunning Decoys
YE OLDE UPRIGHT PHONE
$49.95
YE OLDE UPRIGHT PHONE. From the roaring twenties these replica upright phones are ready to use now equipped with a standard cord & plug for instant use. In Black with Brass trim $49.95. In Brass with Black trim $59.95. Shipping charge $1.50 each. Send for free catalog. Grand Com, Inc. Dept. OL-7, 3245th Ave., New York, N.Y. 10001.
Chesapeake Gunning Decoys
PIPEER BACK EASER
$7.95
PIPEER BACK EASER gives instant backache relief and makes you inches slimmer, improves posture and relieves sacroiliac nerves. Strong and washable with snap front. Encircling pull straps for easy adjustment. Foam rubber pad holds and massages back. Prescribed by doctors. No fitting. Send hip measurement. $7.95 plus 450 postage. To: Piper Brace Co., Dept. OL-63BE, 811 Wyandotte, Kansas City, Mo. 64104
Chesapeake Gunning Decoys
STRAP-ON SAFETY LITE
$2.98
STRAP-ON SAFETY LITE. A safety device you will want in your family. Good for hikers, nite skiing, and cycling. Straps on arm or leg. Gives ample warning to both oncoming and passing cars. White lite faces forward, red lite faces rear. Can be seen at great distances. Adjustable strap. Water resistant. Uses 2"C' Batteries. (Not included). $2.98ppd. Hollis Co., Dept. OL, 1133 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 10010
Chesapeake Gunning Decoys
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$1.29
BE SHARP! Here is a combination sharpening stone of high-quality coarse-abrasive on one side & fine finishing abrasive on the other. No wetting needed. Hone knives, hatchets, axes; keep fish points sharp as a needle. Protective nylon handle makes it easy to use. Only $1.29 + 25¢ post. & hdlg. Sports Liquidators, Box 733-SHP2, Sun Valley, Ca. 91352
Chesapeake Gunning Decoys
GARCIA PATCHES
$1
GARCIA PATCHES — colorful assortment available to fishing & shooting enthusiasts. Two new shooting patches. Sako and a Beretta Pheasant patch $1. each. 3 fishing patches, embroidered illustrations of Sailfish, Largemouth Bass, & Trout, $1. ea. Familiar Garcia Wedge in 2 sizes. Smaller 3¾" length, 50¢ & larger 8¾" length 75¢. Send check/M.O. to The Garcia Corp., Dept. R, 329 Alfred Ave., Teaneck, N.J. 07666
Chesapeake Gunning Decoys
HEDGE TRIMMER
$8.88
HEDGE TRIMMER — Fits any electric drill. 14" long hardened tool steel blade cuts wide areas, trims & shapes hedges faster & neater than hand sheers. Handle locks at 10 angles for convenient use. Has rugged steel gear drive. Lightweight unit ideal for women gardeners. 1 yr. guarantee. Model 5000, $8.88 ppd. Arco Tools, Inc., Dept. OL-7P, 421 W. 203 St., New York, N.Y. 10034
Chesapeake Gunning Decoys
NATURAL ACTION ROD
$7.95
NATURAL ACTION ROD. This telescopic fiberglass spin rod has light action. It's lightweight, sturdy, and packs anywhere. Extends 18" to 7 ft. A must for a fishing sportsman. Special Scout Group rates. Dealer inquiries invited. Send $7.95 + 95¢ shipping. Andy Crafts Co., Dept. OL, 942 Capp St., San Francisco, Ca. 94110
Chesapeake Gunning Decoys
HEAT BARRIER
$3.98
HEAT BARRIER — useful in car, keeps coffee, tea, soup, etc., warm & tasty in Thermos bottle. Simply replace present Thermos cap with Heat Barrier top, which plugs into cigarette lighter of car. Draws practically no current & fits all standard Thermos bottles. With 5 ft. cord and plug. Also avail. in 115 volt version. $3.98+50¢ Hdlg. Chrge. B. Warmer Industries, Dept-OL, 2758 West Davie Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 33372
Chesapeake Gunning Decoys
"STARLITE BOBBER"
$2.98
"STARLITE BOBBER", first electric float-bobber fish attractor for night fishing. Lunker fish feed at night. Guaranteed waterproof, & unbreakable. Used as an allure on surface or underwater. Productive in clear or murky water. Sit back and relax, fish will come to you. Complete with long-lasting bulb & battery. $2.98 ppd. Sports Liquidators, Box 733-Star, Dept. OL, Sun Valley, Ca. 91352
Chesapeake Gunning Decoys
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PICK THE KIND OF BODY YOU WANT. Broad chest/Shoulders. Powerful arms. Powerful legs. Slimmer Waist/Hips. More weight. More energy. Send for your free copy of famous 32-page book showing how Dynamic-Tension can make you a new man, Charles Atlas, Dept. 136-G, 115 E. 23rd St., New York, N.Y. 10010.
Chesapeake Gunning Decoys
The Compara-Hatch system
$7.95
NEW FOR FLY FISHERMAN! The Compara-Hatch system eliminates the mystery, confusion & frustration of fishing the hatch. A revolutionary photograhic approach to positive streamside identification of the mayfly. Unit has 2 parts—one on pocket-sized, spiral bound, waterproof, tearproof paper to carry for streamside use; the other thicker with detailed information for reference. Cortland Line Co., Inc., Dept. OL, Cortland, N. Y. $7.95 complete.
Chesapeake Gunning Decoys
17" Plastic snake
$1.98
CATCH BIG BASS! 17" Plastic snake will help you. Tests In Florida lakes show that 7-10 lb. bass take to the snake. Licorice scented to prevent any human odor from scaring the big one away. Requires sturdy rod and stout line. Colors: Black, Purple, & Blue. $1.98 each; 3 for $4.95 ppd. Money back in 10 days, if not satisfied. Hourglass, Suite 23N, Dept. OL, Towercliff Dr., Baldwin, Mo.
Chesapeake Gunning Decoys
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$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 + 25¢ pstg. & hdlg. Money back guarantee. Ed Sale, Studio OL 7, Avon by the Sea, New Jersey 07717.
Chesapeake Gunning Decoys
PORTABLE WATER PURIFIER
$9.98
PORTABLE WATER PURIFIER. A necessary item for travelers, campers, hikers, mobile home owners, etc. The Silver Purifier insures against illness due to impure drinking water. Destroys harmful disease & bacteria, removes odors. Produces delicious tasting clear water. Only $9.98 ppd. Send to The Silver Pure Corp., Dept. OL, P.O. Box 431, Mineola, N.Y. 11501
Chesapeake Gunning Decoys
DEER SLAYER'S SHOULDER PATCH
$1.95
DEER SLAYER'S SHOULDER PATCH embroidered in 4-colors including red & gold. The 4×3" patch identifies successful hunter & gold lettering gives the antler configuration of deer slain. Patches available: Doe, Spike, Forkhorn & 3 thru 12 pointer. Patches only $1.95 ea. ppd. Olen Co., Dept. OL, P.O. Box 1002, Minnetonka, Mn. 55343.
Chesapeake Gunning Decoys
FACE SHIELD
$3.95
FACE SHIELD — Better than safety goggles, this lightweight shield protects your whole face. For power working with wood or metal, grinding, spot welding. Meets all Federal Safety regulations. .040 inch thick 8" × 12" replaceable plastic visor & room for eyeglasses. Sweat band adjustable. Shields $3.95 plus $1.00 pstge. Extra visors $1.50. Merit Abrasive Products, Inc., Dept. MFS-OL, 201 W. Manville, Compton, Ca. 90224
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WRIST ROCKET Mfg.
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SUN PRODUCTS CO.
"MAKE-UM BITE"
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SPORTS UNLIMITED: K & R PEDOMETER
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K & R PEDOMETER
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DEER—TUG WINCHES & Outdoor Supply Mfg.
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Locksmithing Institute
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DICK CEPEK
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Body Persuasion System, Inc.
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Body Persuasion System, Inc.
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DOGS
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Summertime Bird Shoot
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David Michael Duffey
IT SOUNDED TOO GOOD to turn down when the voice over the phone said, "Hey, Dave, this is Ed Carey down in Woodstock, Illinois. Why don't you take a day off, run down here, and shoot a few birds with me?" That's usually all it would take to start me figuring how to get there.
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Sporting Dog Specialties
GUN DOG TRAINING KIT
Sporting Dog Specialties
Stainless Steel Feed Pans
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tri-tronics: BARK-TRAINING COLLAR
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tri-tronics
BARK-TRAINING COLLAR
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HURON PRODUCTS COMPANY
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BOB LONG KENNEL SYSTEMS
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Ryter CORPORATION
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Ryter CORPORATION
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YOUNG HUNTING HAWKS
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SQUIRREL MONKEYS
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WADLEY QUAIL FARM
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WADLEY QUAIL FARM
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REFORESTATION inc.
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REFORESTATION inc.
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WHERE TO GO
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BILL GALLAGHER EXPEDITIONS
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SAFARI OUTFITTERS, INC.
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Sportsman's Market Place
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THE GIST
outdoor news on the light side
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Henry Moore
Weight Watcher. The prime requisite for backpacking gear is light weight. That usually means nylon, which isn't completely waterproof. To keep your pack dry on the trail (or even in camp) slide a plastic garbage-can liner over the pack, put slits in it for the shoulder straps, and you're in business.
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