Issue: 19730901

Saturday, September 1, 1973
SEPTEMBER 1973
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Friday, November 14, 2014
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Articles
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11,14
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Outdoor Life
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0001.xml
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12
12
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BROWN & WILLIAMSON TOBACCO CORP.
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BROWN & WILLIAMSON TOBACCO CORP.
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0002.xml
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13
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BROWNING
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BROWNING
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0003.xml
tableOfContents
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14
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Outdoor Life
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0004.xml
masthead
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14
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Masthead
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0005.xml
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15
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Remington
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Remington
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0006.xml
article
16
16,18,20
WHAT’S ON YOUR MIND?
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WHAT’S ON YOUR MIND?
Trappers Under Fire
More Record Browns
Laundered Ducks
Remembers Our Girl
TO CHANGE YOUR ADDRESS
Blind Hunters?
Master Mistake
Bobbin For Eels
Heaviest Lynx?
No Weight Watcher
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Recently we received an issue of a popular woman’s magazine, and on one of the pages was an advertisement by the Animal Protection Institute of America. The ad showed a picture of a dead raccoon in a steel trap and asked for a $10 or larger contribution to pay for more such ads and to help ban trapping in the U.S.
OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0007.xml
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16
16
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Remington
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Remington
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0008.xml
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17
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MILITARY BOOK CLUB
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MILITARY BOOK CLUB
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0009.xml
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18
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Land-Rover
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Land-Rover
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0010.xml
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19
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Sears
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Sears
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0011.xml
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20
20
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Harrington & Richardson, Inc.
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Harrington & Richardson, Inc.
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0012.xml
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21
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North American Philips Corporation: TheNorelcoVIP
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North American Philips Corporation
TheNorelcoVIP
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0013.xml
article
22
22,27,132,134,136
BOATING
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Enjoying Rivers & Streams
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Jim Emmett
A SURVEY conducted recently by the boating industry shows that half of the boats being bought are likely to be used on rivers or streams (mostly for fishing) under a wide range of water conditions. Many of these streams require special boat-handling skills that wouldn’t be needed on lakes or salt water.
OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0014.xml
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23
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GOMOUT
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GUMOUT
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0015.xml
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24
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NORTH AMERICAN SCHOOL OF CONSERVATION
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NORTH AMERICAN SCHOOL OF CONSERVATION
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0016.xml
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27
27
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Master Lock Company
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Master Lock Company
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0017.xml
article
28
28,29,32,36
CAMPING
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TAKE THE PLEDGE
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C. B. Colby
PERHAPS NO GROUP has more to gain by good conservation practices than campers. They take their recreation outdoors, where conservation begins, and campers are the first to notice the results of poor conservation practices— pollution of waters and needless destruction or abuse of the wilderness.
OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0018.xml
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29
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BROWN & WILLIAMSON TOBACCO CORP.
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BROWN & WILLIAMSON TOBACCO CORP.
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0019.xml
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30
30,31
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winchester
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winchester
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0020.xml
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32
32
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Aqua Velva
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Aqua Velva
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0021.xml
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33
33
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True Value HARDWARE STORES
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True Value HARDWARE STORES
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0022.xml
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34
34,35
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The Continental Insurance Companies
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The Continental Insurance Companies
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0023.xml
article
36
36
CAMPING
CAMP CHEF
Flavors of the Past
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C.B.COLBY
Recently an old boyhood friend visited us, and we spent a fine evening talking about how camping and camp cooking have changed. The more we talked, the more we remembered the flavors of some of our boyhood camp cooking and the less important foil wrap, camp stoves, and packaged food seemed.
OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0024.xml
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36
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CAMILLUS
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CAMILLUS
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0025.xml
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37
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VANGUARD
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VANGUARD
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0026.xml
article
38
38,41,42
SALT WATER
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The BLUEFIN GIANTS
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George Heinold
HANK BURNS grumbled and spat salt water when a sneaker wave surged out of the tidal rip and slapped him in the face. We were anchored at the edge of the rip, and the wave rocked our dory so violently that the dipperful of menhaden hash he’d been about to toss overboard spilled onto his new khakis.
OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0027.xml
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39
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Advertisement
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0028.xml
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40
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Advertisement
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0029.xml
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41
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VICTOR
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VICTOR
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0030.xml
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42
42
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J. M. Herman Shoe Co.
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J. M. Herman Shoe Co.
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0031.xml
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42
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National School of Conservation
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National School of Conservation
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0032.xml
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43
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AC SPARK PLUG DIVISION
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AC SPARK PLUG DIVISION
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0033.xml
article
44
44,46,48,50
SHOOTING
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THE SNAPPY 20 Gauge
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Jim Carmichel
BACK WHEN I WAS a farm lad living in eastern Tennessee, all the hunters I knew had some definite ideas about the different types of shotguns and the people who used them. Some folks even thought that they could pretty well determine a man’s politics, religion, and whether he beat his wife, just by the kind of shotgun he owned.
OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0034.xml
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45
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R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.
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R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0035.xml
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47
47
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THE GARCIA SPORTING ARMS CORPORATION
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THE GARCIA SPORTING ARMS CORPORATION
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0036.xml
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48
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USM Corporation
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USM Corporation
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0037.xml
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49
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The Garcia Corp.
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The Garcia Corp.
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0038.xml
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50
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WILLIAMS GUN SIGHT COMPANY
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WILLIAMS GUN SIGHT COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0039.xml
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51
51
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GRANDE CANADIAN IMPORTS CO.
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GRANDE CANADIAN IMPORTS CO.
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0040.xml
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52,53
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Advertisement
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0041.xml
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56,58,60,62,64,172,186
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Hunting Seasons ... 1973-1974
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WARNING! This tabulation is compiled from official sources, but in the space available it is impossible to give full details, and in some cases the authorities have power to change seasons on short notice. So before you hunt in any state or province, get a copy of current regulations from the proper agency, listed below, and then read up on bag limits, local exceptions, and other similar pertinent data.
OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0042.xml
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57
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Lorillard
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Lorillard
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0043.xml
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59
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American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
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American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0044.xml
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61
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Remington
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Remington
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0045.xml
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63
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BROWN & WILLIAMSON TOBACCO CORP.
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BROWN & WILLIAMSON TOBACCO CORP.
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0046.xml
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65
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Dodge
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Dodge
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0047.xml
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66
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Army Reserve Opportunities
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Army Reserve Opportunities
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0048.xml
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69,70,71,72
NEWS
THE NORTHEAST
New York's Salmon Program Paying Off
Educated Eels
Comeback of the Squet
Northeast Salmon Fishing
Lake Erie Dead? No!
Fall on the Susquehanna
More and Bigger Stripers
Jigging at Indian River
Trout in September
Good Fishing Down East
About Maine’s Wetlands
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Fred Luks
George Heinold
Stan Paulakovich
Bill Burton
Dick Seamans
Bob Elliot
SALMON RUNS IN New York State’s Great Lakes should be gathering momentum this month. Chinook salmon of up to 20 pounds, rainbows in the six-to-10-pound class, and cohos weighing more than 10 pounds are in the picture for anglers who fish Lake Erie and Lake Ontario and their tributaries.
OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0049.xml
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73,74,75,76
NEWS
THE NORTHEAST
New England's Dove Capital
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BOB ELLIOT
IT WAS WELL AFTER noontime on September 11, 1972, when the first guns spoke where I stood waiting for the legal opening of Rhode Island’s dove season with a couple of my friends from Massachusetts. Then, like will-o’-the-wisps, in came the birds—small, incredibly swift, and offering but slight targets against a matching gray fall sky.
OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0050.xml
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77,78,79,114,115,116
Cold Weather, Hot Fishing
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GREAT FALL FLOAT TRIP
A canoe, boots, and a bit of coat hanger get us big trout on this awakening river
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ERWIN A. BAUER
FOR 50 YARDS or more the Bighorn River raced around a shallow bend before it entered a deep green pool. All through the rapids I paddled hard to hold the canoe near the center of the current. At the foot of the riffle my wife Peggy made a short cast and allowed her bait to settle slowly downstream toward the hole and parallel to our own course.
OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0051.xml
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80,81,82,83,128,130,131,132
Threat to Wild Flocks
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DUCK PLAGUE REARS ITS UGLY HEAD
Will future outbreaks of this mysterious disease bring devastation to free-flying waterfowl?
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GENE HORNBECK
THE TRAGEDY began in mid-January 1973. That’s when personnel on the Lake Andes National Wildlife Refuge in Charles Mix County, South Dakota, noted an abnormally high rate of mortality among the refuge’s wintering wild ducks. The mortality boomed like wildfire.
OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0052.xml
article
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84,85,86,87,112,114
FEATURES
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WILD, WONDERFUL WHITEFISH
I’ve learned not to ignore these gamesters. North or West, they offer super sport on both fly and spin gear
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TOM McNALLY
DUSK WAS SETTLING on the river as I turned to my son Bob. “We’d better quit,” I said, laying down my rod. Bob agreed, and our Cree Indian guide turned to start the outboard. We were on Gods River in Manitoba, fishing for big brook trout for which the river is famous.
OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0053.xml
article
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88,89,90,91,180,181,182,183,184
Get Your Deer This Fall
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SMALL DRIVES for BIG BUCKS
You don’t need an army to push deer. With these tricks, two or three men do the job
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NORM NELSON JR.
MENTION DEER DRIVE, and many sportsmen picture a whole line of beaters playing dogs for a large number of standers. But a small hunting party—two to five hunters—can stand and drive deer effectively if they know a few basic facts about deer behavior.
OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0054.xml
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92,93,118,120,122,124
FEATURES
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SILVER PARTY
For big cohos, fine boats, and good skippers, try these two saltwater salmon ports
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O. W. LARSON
ILWACO IS A salmon-fishing town on the Washington coast at the mouth of the Columbia River. I arrived there late in the day after the booking offices closed, so I rented a room and set the alarm for 5 in the morning. When it went off, I got up and staggered over to Red’s Cafe for breakfast.
OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0055.xml
article
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94,95,96,97,153,154,155,156
PACKTRIP IN ELK COUNTRY
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BUGLE CALL FOR BIG BULLS
Remote woods ring with the roaring challenges of harem-building bull elk on a 10-day hunt that brings me a royal reward
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DONN L. PARK
I LET GO A blast on my homemade bugle. Immediately I got a deep-throated reply from a bull elk in the dense lodgepole thicket only 75 yards away. I turned and retraced my steps around the first bend in the trail. Then, muffling the bugle, I challenged again.
OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0056.xml
article
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98,99,148,149,150,151
FEATURES
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THE SHELL GAME
Stalked, ambushed, or ganged up on, squirrel is No. 1 in my neck of the woods
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BILL COCHRAN
BILLY LEONARD decided to open the squirrel hunting season in the familiar hollows and wooded ridges of his old home place, the now-abandoned family farm near Stewartsville in the foothills of Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains. The mid-September leaves still hung in clusters, some beginning to change color, others still green.
OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0057.xml
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100,101,102,103,173,174,175,176
FEATURES
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A Barbel Isn’t a Trout
The rain in Spain falls almost everywhere, but people are simpático, and so we enjoy and endure some fantastic fishing
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NORD RILEY
TO A MAN WHO LOVES fishing, Spain looked pretty good. From the terrace of our $80-a-month penthouse—four bedrooms, two baths—I could watch the dolphins soaring by a few hundred yards out in the Mediterranean, and below me on the beach the Spanish fishermen pulled their thick-sided, homemade boats up onto the sand and sold their sardines and squid to buyers who rushed them away to the market on bicycles.
OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0058.xml
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104,105
Moose in Jeopardy
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DUEL WITH A GRIZZLY
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JACK M. VAN HYNING
CAN A MOOSE fight off a grizzly bear? Ted Cooney and I got an answer one day in June 1972 when we pulled off Alaska’s Richardson Highway to watch a cow and her very young calf. What looked like another moose lay near the pair on a gravel bar some 100 yards from us.
OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0059.xml
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106,107,138,142,144
FEATURES
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BACKPACK to HIGH PONDS
Amid the blaze of White Mountain autumn, I tote a raft to remote high spots and prospect for the native trout during special season
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TED KERASOTE
MY YELLOW LIFE RAFT drifted across the blue surface of Ethan Pond. The wind whistled through the tops of the last evergreens and across the granite peaks around the small lake. The shadow of a hawk slid down the slopes and across the valley to the next ridge of the Presidential Range of New Hampshire.
OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0060.xml
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108,109,156,157,158,159
WHO ARE HIS REAL FRIENDS?
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BATTLE OVER THE TIMBER WOLF
Politics and antihunting hysteria combine to scuttle the best plan experts could draft for Minnesota’s wolves
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BEN EAST
AT THE END OF 1972 wildlife authorities in Minnesota proposed an enlightened program of wolf management and protection designed to insure the future of its population of 500 to 1,000 timber wolves, more than in any other state except Alaska.
OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0061.xml
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110,111
FEATURES
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How to Sweet-Talk A Rhino
Chuckling in the old poachers’ manner, Dave entices bull so near I see flies walking on his back
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FRED McKINLEY
THE RHINO HAS BAD EYES and a worse temper, I knew. But until the summer of 1971 I didn’t realize that he also has the curiosity of a cat. Since he weighs a ton more than a domestic feline and isn’t as smart, I felt more than a little apprehension when I saw an old poacher’s trick used to coax a big bull in so close that I could use my telephoto lens to track the flies crossing his back.
OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0062.xml
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113
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0063.xml
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114
114,115
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Marlin
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Marlin
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0064.xml
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116
116
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SHERIDAN PRODUCTS INC.
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SHERIDAN PRODUCTS INC.
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0065.xml
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117
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Firestone
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Firestone
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0066.xml
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118
118
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Poly-Choke
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Poly-Choke
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0067.xml
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119
119
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0068.xml
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120
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RUGER
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RUGER
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0069.xml
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120
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OLD-TIMER
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OLD-TIMER
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0070.xml
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121
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0071.xml
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122
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Bear Archery, Dept.
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Bear Archery, Dept.
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0072.xml
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123
123
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FEDERAL CARTRIDGE CORPORATION
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FEDERAL CARTRIDGE CORPORATION
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0073.xml
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124
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Pharmacraft Consumer Products
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Pharmacraft Consumer Products
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0074.xml
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124
124
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Koenig Iron Works, Inc.
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Koenig Iron Works, Inc.
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0075.xml
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127
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NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION
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NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0076.xml
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128
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Woodhill Chemical Sales Corp.: NAVAL JELLY
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Woodhill Chemical Sales Corp.
NAVAL JELLY
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0077.xml
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128
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S&W Ammunition Co.
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S&W Ammunition Co.
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THE GREAT AMERICAN SCOPE COMPANY: WEAVER QWIK POINT
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THE GREAT AMERICAN SCOPE COMPANY
WEAVER QWIK POINT
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0079.xml
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McCulloch Corporation
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McCulloch Corporation
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0080.xml
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McCulloch Corporation
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McCulloch Corporation
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Deer Sportsman of America
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Deer Sportsman of America
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DUNLOP
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DUNLOP
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0083.xml
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J. B. Holden Co.
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J. B. Holden Co.
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0084.xml
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HORNADY MANUFACTURING COMPANY
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HORNADY MANUFACTURING COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0085.xml
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Ithaca Gun Company, Inc.
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Ithaca Gun Company, Inc.
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0086.xml
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Leupold
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Leupold
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0087.xml
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Browning
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Browning
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0088.xml
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BIANCHI
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BIANCHI
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0089.xml
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HEATH COMPANY
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HEATH COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0090.xml
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OUTDOOR LIFE BOOK CLUB
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OUTDOOR LIFE BOOK CLUB
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0091.xml
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Bushnell Optical Company
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Bushnell Optical Company
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Eddie Bauer
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Eddie Bauer
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0093.xml
article
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Try This Apple Pie
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To make a woodman’s apple pie, mix 1 package prepared pie crust with water (following direction on box), and make a stiff dough. Press this out thin with palms of hands or bottom of cup or bowl if you don’t have a bottle to use as a rolling pin. Line bottom of 8-in. pie pan with crust.
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PETE RICKARD
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PETE RICKARD
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BILL BOATMAN & COMPANY
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BILL BOATMAN & COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0098.xml
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Getting the Range
High Standard Pump
Big Outdoor Book
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JIM CARMICHEL
The pump-action shotguns made by High Standard have always held a special appeal for me because of their rugged construction and lifetime guarantee. By the same token, something about the High Standard that has long bugged me is the nondetachable barrel.
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Jay Norris Corp.
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Jay Norris Corp.
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BAUSCH & LOMB
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BAUSCH & LOMB
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KOLPIN MANUFACTURING, INC.
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KOLPIN MANUFACTURING, INC.
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BROWNING
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BROWNING
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JANA International Company
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JANA International Company
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SCIENTIFIC ANGLERS
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SCIENTIFIC ANGLERS
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FISHING
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How to Rig and Fish Plastic Worms
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Jerry Gibbs
THE OTHER DAY my black Lab, Gypsy, came snorting into the house, wet from rain, holding an eight-inch plastic worm in her mouth. The worm was still in pretty good shape, which surprised me because Gypsy likes to eat soft plastic. As I took the lure from her I began thinking that we’ve pretty much come full circle in the use of these snaky critters.
OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0114.xml
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What’s New
in retail store products and ideas for sportsmen
Normark Corp.
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Normark Corp.
"BIG SWEDE" POCKET KNIFE
"BIG SWEDE" POCKET KNIFE for hunting & camp chores, new, from Normark Corp. Made in Sweden, about 4" stainless steel blade, extremely sharp. Positive lock to hold blade open & man-sized grip. Also has swing-out eye that can be used to attach a lanyard. For more details write: Normark Corp., Dept. OL, 1710 E. 78 St., Minneapolis, Minn. 55423.
Normark Corp.
19' DIAMOND TRAVEL TRAILER
19' DIAMOND TRAVEL TRAILER has molded fiberglass front & back, tandem-axle & is 7' 6", outside height. Under carriage capacity 4,600 lbs. Sleeps 6, has aluminum luggage rack & ladder to walk-on roof good for sun deck or extra luggage. Standard equipt.: fiberglass galley & table, stainless steel double sink, 3-burner range with oven, range hood, roof vent, insulated walls & floors, city water hook-up, converter, hollow core doors & screen door. For more data, write: Coons Mfg. Inc., Dept. OL, 1533 Linden St., Des Moines, Iowa 50309.
Normark Corp.
STOR-SAFE SPORTSGEAR PROTECTOR
ATTENTION SPORTSMEN! STOR-SAFE SPORTSGEAR PROTECTOR stops mildew, mold, mold damage & rust during storage of all types of sports equipment. Contains a unique new anti-corrosion & mildew preventing compound that releases safe, powerful vapors in enclosure up to 5 cubic ft. for over 2 yrs; 1" x 1¼" x 2". Ideal for: camping gear, sleeping bags, tents, tackle boxes, gun cases & cabinets, tool boxes, luggage & garment bags; all metal, canvas, cloth & leather. Odor free. Write: Northern Instruments, Inc., Dept. OL, 4599 N. Chatsworth St., St. Paul, Minn. 55112.
Normark Corp.
ELECTRONIC FISH FINDER
$119.95
ELECTRONIC FISH FINDER in medium price range, $119.95. Fish Hawk 202, above, has water-sealed, high impact case for triple life, double-size batteries, 200'+ capability & easy portability; interference-free circuitry; glare-free dial face that is sealed from rain & spray moisture; britelite signal, & full-tilt dial head. For information, write: Waller Corp., Dept. OL, P.O. Box 340, Crystal Lake, III. 60014.
Normark Corp.
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“BE KIND TO YOUR OUTDOORS”, is an original collection of tips on environmental preservation of campgrounds, wilderness areas & recreational waters. Compiled by the leading camping equipment mfr. from suggestions offered by federal, state & private professionals involved in the outdoors — foresters, campground superintendents, nat’l. park directors, editors, associations all gave specific tips on how campers, hikers & boaters could be “kind to their outdoors.” 28 pages. Available at sporting goods dealers across the country, or send 250 to HirschWeis/White Stag Div. of Warnaco, Inc., Dept. OL, 5203 S.E. Johnson Creek Blvd., Portland, Ore. 97206.
Normark Corp.
LIGHTWEIGHT, EASY-HANDLING CHAIN SAW: MIGHTY MITE BANTAM
$99.95
NEW, LIGHTWEIGHT, EASY-HANDLING CHAIN SAW: MIGHTY MITE BANTAM. Features: automatic trigger oiling, 2.1 cubic inch engine that weighs 6½ lbs, all roller bearing construction, low-tone muffler. Cuts trees up to 20" thick, ideal for cutting firewood, trimming & pruning trees, clearing brush & building outdoor furniture. Designed for homeowners, campers, handymen & weekend landscapers. 2-year warranty. $99.95. For more data write: DESA Inds., Inc., Power Prods. Div., Dept. OL, 25000 S. Western Ave., Park Forest, III. 60466.
Normark Corp.
“FOLD-UP” HEARING PROTECTOR: THE “TUCK-A-WAY” E-320S
BRAND NEW “FOLD-UP” HEARING PROTECTOR: THE “TUCK-A-WAY” E-320S. Collapsible, hinged fold-away feature, comes with a soft leatherette carrying case for convenient storage & protection. Excellent attenuations & protection from gun blasts. Eliminates flinching & helps improve scores. Lightweight & comfortable. Sold at local shooter/sports dealers. Or Write: David Clark Co., Dept. OL, 360 Franklin St., Worcester, Mass. 01604.
Normark Corp.
GUDEBROD’S NEW 1973 CATALOG
GUDEBROD’S NEW 1973 CATALOG. 26 pages of colorful photos showing the complete line of fishing lines, lures & accessories; includes specifications. Send 250 for your copy to: Gudebrod Bros. Silk Co., Inc., Fishing Tackle Div., Dept. A-OL, 12 South 12 St., Phila., Pa. 19107.
Normark Corp.
1973 FENWICK CATALOG
1973 FENWICK CATALOG. 24 pages of colorful photos, with specifications for a line of 120 quality fishing rods. Emphasizes the proper selection of a rod for every fishing requirement. 23 new action fly-rods listed. A section on Sevenstrand trolling lures & wire leaders. For your copy send 250 to Fenwick/Sevenstrand, Dept. X-OL, P.O. Box 696, Bainridge Island, Washington 98110.
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frostline
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THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO.
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THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO.
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NORTHWESTERN SCHOOL OF TAXIDERMY
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NORTHWESTERN SCHOOL OF TAXIDERMY
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Invenco
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Invenco
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Shopping for Indoor and Outdoor Life
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Charles Atlas
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Charles Atlas
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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-J, 115 E. 23rd St., New York, N.Y. 10010.
Charles Atlas
cleaner shaves
$2.98
Get SMOOTHER, FASTER, cleaner shaves with floating head & regular Norelco or other rotary shavers. Use this sharpener just one minute, once a month to give your rotary blades the sharpest possible cutting edge for peak efficiency. It’s only $2.98 + 50¢ Postage from Barclay Distributors, Dept. OL-9, 170-30 Jamaica Ave., Jamaica, New York 11432.
Charles Atlas
ROL-RULER
$5.95
ROL-RULER®. A combination triangle, T square, & parallel ruler. Measures distances in all directions. Draws vertical horizontal, angular parallel lines, arcs crosshatching, circles up to 22" in dia. Precision instrument from W. Germany $5.95 50¢ shpg. J.W. Holst, Dept O-103, 1005 E. Bay St., East Tawas, Mich 48730.
Charles Atlas
PERKY DERBY
$3.98
PERKY DERBY — Have a grand ’ole time with this old-fashioned hat for parties, conventions. It will add to the gaiety & fun. A touch of imagination for Fairs, theatricals, etc. Wool Felt in Bright Red or Jet Black. Buy one @ $3.98; 10 or more @ $3.69 ea.; 20 or more @ $3.38 ea. Add $1. hdlg. chrg. per order. Send for Free Catalog. Outdoor World, Dept. OL-2, Estes Park, Colo. 80517.
Charles Atlas
UGLY BLACKHEADS
$1.50
UGLY BLACKHEADS out in seconds! Vacutex helps adult as well as adolescent complexion problems vanish. Designed to remove the most persistent blackheads quickly, easily, painlessly. Made in U S.A. Beware of imitations. Only $1.50 + 35¢ pstg. & hdlg. Order Vacutex today direct from Ballco Products Co., Dept. OL-9, 191 Main St., Westport, Conn. 06881.
Charles Atlas
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$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
Charles Atlas
FISH HOOK SNELLER & KNOT TYER
$1.00
FISH HOOK SNELLER & KNOT TYER. Valuable for fishermen, easy to use. Slip line in, twist knob, pull back, presto, a neat uniform professional knot. Ties clinch knots, barrel knots, blood knots, drop loops, end loops, etc. Complete instructions incl. Guaranteed or money back, $1.00 ppd. Sports Liquidators, Box 733-HS, Sun Valley, Ca. 91352
Charles Atlas
DYNEL HAIR
NEW DYNEL HAIR for Lures! Look & feel of natural hair with body, thus making for live action when lure is fished in water. Hair lengths vary from 2 to 7 inches. Longer lengths on special order. Colors encompass all natural, domestic, & fluorescent shades. For info write: FisHair, Inc., 951 W. County Rd., C-2, St. Paul, Minn. 55113
Charles Atlas
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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 Guitar ists Book of Knowledge: & Tuning Device. All for $2.98 + 25¢ pstg. & hdlg. Money back guarantee. Ed Sale, Studio OL 9, Avon by the Sea, New Jersey 07717.
Charles Atlas
RELOADING GUIDE-3rd EDITION
$2
RELOADING GUIDE-3rd EDITION, just off the press, expanded to include ten additional pgs. of loading data. RCBS version of the basics, shows step by step of reloading, photos & drawings, etc. 60 pgs. Easy to follow instructions. With scores of articles on reloading. Costs $2. & includes free RCBS Equip. Ctlg. RCBS, Inc., Dept. C, P.O. Box 1919, Oroville, Calif. 95965
Charles Atlas
POCKET CALCULATOR
$1.00
POCKET CALCULATOR — a precision high-speed pocket calculator. Measures only 3x5 inches. Yet Ads, Subtracts, Multiplies. Lightning fast! Simply feed it figures—answer pops up in 8 tiny windows. Saves time, work, money! Prevents costly mistakes. Checks purchases, statements & helps school work. #4146 $1.00 + 45¢ pstge. & hdlg. To: Foster-Trent, Inc., Dept. ER, 2345 Post Rd.r Larchmont, N. Y. 10538.
Charles Atlas
WESTERN WHIP
$8.95 + $1
WESTERN WHIP - This bull whip is 9-½ ft. long, made of top grade calf leather. Weighted handle, & is balanced for accuracy. Whirl the whip and it makes the sound of a rifle shot. Authentic in every detail. Only $8.95 + $1. pstge. Free Catalog with order. Bill’s Military Stores, 432 W. Adams St., Dept. OL, Jacksonville, Fla. 32202.
Charles Atlas
EDDIE BAUER CATALOG-1973-74
EDDIE BAUER CATALOG-1973-74, now ready for you to explore 144 pgs. packed with product excitement for sportsmen, travelers, etc. the world over. More than 1200 items in Color, for hunting, camping, fishing, ski touring, climbing, etc. New lines of garments, sleeping bags, & a new designed tent. All products carry moneyback guarantee. Send for Free Copy. Eddie Bauer, Dept. 5C, Seattle, Wash. 98124.
Charles Atlas
FISH LOCATOR TRANSDUCER
$9.95
FISH LOCATOR TRANSDUCER bracket allows quick depth adjustment, rotates for horizontal scanning. Lifts instantly for protection during high speeds & to avoid damage by obstruction. Light-weight, durable aluminum attaches easily to most fishing boats. No more suction cups. Complete $9.95 ppd. State your Brand name depth locator. The Milton Wright Co., Dept. OL, 1410 East Hayward, Independence, Mo. 64050.
Charles Atlas
HANDY STITCH AWL
$1.97
HANDY STITCH AWL — sews like a machine on canvas, leather, convertible tops, upholstery, tents, etc. Fast, easy. Automatically you have a lockstitch. Over 7" long including needle. Supplied are 2 needles (1 straight & 1 curved). Extra thread & utility wrench, also Free 30ft. heavy cord. $1.97 + 35¢ pstge. World Co., Dept. OL, 1 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. 10016.
Charles Atlas
MOTORLESS SPEEDY DRAINER
$2.95
MOTORLESS SPEEDY DRAINER drains basements, pools, boats, any flooded area easily and quickly. Just couple between 2 lengths of garden hose and attach one end of hose to faucet. No moving parts. $2.95 + 45¢ post. Money back guarantee. Larch, Dept. OL-9, Box 770 Times Square Sta., New York. N.Y. 10036.
Charles Atlas
AUSTRALIAN HAT
$27.00
AUSTRALIAN HAT — For outdoorsmen. Ringer by Akubra. Finest, quality pure felt, pre-curled 3-½" brim, ¾" band in Murrumbidgee beige. Sizes 6-¾" thru 7-¾". $27.00 Ppd. For Sterling Silver initial add $5. Includes Free Catalog. To: Austral Enterprises, Dept. QL, Box 70190, Seattle, Wash. 98107
Charles Atlas
DEER HUNTER SOAP
$1.00
DEER HUNTER SOAP attracts bucks by eliminating human odor. This soap gives off an odor similar to that of the female deer during the mating season. From the heart of America’s deer country, send $1.00 + 25¢ Pstge. & hdlg. To: Marco’s Enterprises, Dept. OL, 2120 Ludington St., Escanaba, Mich. 49829
Charles Atlas
WILDLIFE XMAS CARDS
$3
WILDLIFE XMAS CARDS, Original art in full color on rich-textured paper. Nature scenes of small and large animals (rabbits to elk), birds, forests — dozens of subjects. 15/$3; 25/$4.25; 50/$8.25; 75/ $12.25; 100/$15.50. Write for free sample & catalog. Trail West Cards, P.O. Box 1483, Dept. OL, Great Falls, Montana 59403
Charles Atlas
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WHEN WERE YOU LAST REALLY FIT? Develop power packed muscles in just minutes a day! Use at home, office, any where. Fast results, easy to use. Help build muscles, strengthen arms, legs, back & chest. Built-in powermeter measures muscle power “growing” from first day. Send for Free Booklet, no obligation. Bull-worker Service, Dept. BW-858, 201 Lincoln Blvd., Middlesex, N. J. 08846.
Charles Atlas
ANTIQUE CRADLE PHONE
$23.95
ANTIQUE CRADLE PHONE. Base is only 4¾" by 5¾"; 5" high. Rebuilt for modern use in 10 decorator colors: Pink-blue-green-yellow-white-beige-ivory-gold-black or red. Fitted with standard cord & plug for instant use. $23.95 (shipping charge $1.50). With buzzer & decorated dial $34.95. Free catalog. Grand Com, Inc., Dept. OL-9, 324 Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y. 10001.
Charles Atlas
COILED SPRING ROD HOLDER
$19.95
COILED SPRING ROD HOLDER holds the largest species of fish. When fish hits, rod handle locks into 5/16" stainless steel spring. All parts highly polished, & rust free. Just lift out to store. Mounting bracket 2" in diameter, requires a ¾" hole for easy installation. Big Jon Spring-A-Ling Rod Pod Only $19.95 Ppd. From: Big Jon, Inc., 14393 Peninsula Drive, Dept. OL, Traverse City, Mich. 49684
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DOGS
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Getting Your Dog There
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David Michael Duffey
THE GOOD OLD DAYS when a man could walk to the edge of town to go rabbit or quail hunting are long gone for most of us. Lucky is the man who can drive only 10 or 20 miles to hunt. Today no one thinks much of driving 50 to 100 miles to get to even mediocre hunting.
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BILL BOATMAN & COMPANY
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BILL BOATMAN & COMPANY
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CLAYCO HUNTING HOUND KENNELS
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CLAYCO HUNTING HOUND KENNELS
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BAIER’S DEN KENNELS
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BAIER’S DEN KENNELS
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0132.xml
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0133.xml
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174
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tri-tronics
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tri-tronics
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0134.xml
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Sporting Dog Specialties
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Sporting Dog Specialties
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0135.xml
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HURON PRODUCTS COMPANY
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HURON PRODUCTS COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0136.xml
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JAYEM ENGRAVING COMPANY
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JAYEM ENGRAVING COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0137.xml
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PLAZA ENTERPRISES
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0138.xml
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DOGS Unlimited
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0140.xml
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MII MANSON INDUSTRIES, INC.
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MII MANSON INDUSTRIES, INC.
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CHAPERONE
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CHAPERONE
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0143.xml
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PETE RICKARD
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PETE RICKARD
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0144.xml
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Ryter CORPORATION
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Ryter CORPORATION
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MASON FENCE COMPANY
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MASON FENCE COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0146.xml
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WHITE'S RABBITRY
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WHITE'S RABBITRY
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0152.xml
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0153.xml
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Canadian Estate Land
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Canadian Estate Land
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0154.xml
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Outdoor Life Book Division
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0156.xml
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Western High Lands, Inc.
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Western High Lands, Inc.
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0157.xml
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WHERE TO GO
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0158.xml
article
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Where To Go
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ALL OVER THE MAP
Fly-In for Moose
Montana Ruffs
Fall Walleyes
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VIN T. SPARANO
Moose-hunting statistics in Ontario show that hunters who fly deep into the bush are three times as successful as those who hunt near the roads. Contrary to the thinking of most hunters, a fly-in moose hunt need not be outrageously expensive.
OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0159.xml
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THE GIST
outdoor news on the light side
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Henry Moore
Real Culprit. Opposing a bill to outlaw the steel trap in California, fish-and-game director Ray Arnett says, “We feel it is not the steel trap that is depleting our wildlife. Our big concern is the bulldozers of the water planners, agriculturists, and developers, which are destroying wildlife habitat, filling our marshes, ripping up our streamsides, and silting our waters.”
OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0161.xml
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Coleman
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OutdoorLife_19730901_0152_003_0162.xml
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