1985 Field & Stream

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February
Features - How To Hook New Anglers (In a system geared for experienced fisherman, the novice is left high and dry.), Replacement (No matter how strong the bond, every partnership must, at last, come to an end.), Nothing To Do (You can't miss the signs - the wild eyes, for starters - of a sportsman gripped by cabin fever.), 7 Steps to Trophy Gobblers (Taking a tom requires luck, perservance and knowledge. We'll give you the knowledge, you bring the rest.), The Bull and the Dolly (Though they resemble each other, the bull trout and the Dolly Varden are noticeable different.), Desert Deer - Trophies in the Land Where Mercy is a Stranger (Here, everything stings, stabs or bites...except the critters with antlers.), The Young and the Old (The ingredients for hunting with birds of prey have remainded the same for millennia: despair and exhilaration.), Mark Those Bass! (When you find a special hotspot, make sure you'll be able to remember where it was.), Harold Hall: Taxidermist (His skilled hands, artist eye and naturalist's mind makes wildlife live forever.), February's Willing Trout (Winter may seem endless about now, but if you know where to look, you may find things are warming up.), Fishing Big Waters (A large lake may appear to be one huge mystery, but there are ways to bring it down to size.) Footloose in Western Mexico - Fishing and Hunting on Your Own (A guide for the self-contained sportsmen.), Fishing and Hunting the Resort Route (A guide for all pocketbooks.) Your Local Outdoors - A Guide to the Best Huntiong and Fishing in your Area.
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March
Nymph Fishing: The "Match the Water" Techniques (The ability to adapt to changing water conditions is the sign of a first-class angler.), Feather Merchants (Want to tie a better dry fly? You better have a talk with a special chicken farmer.), The Big Fishing Contest (The trophies were theirs, all right, but who really had won?), Grandpa and the Kid (Fly fishing is like life: When you try to bully your way through, you usually wind up in a mess.), The Legacy (...for the next few minutes, while playing the big fish, I was as close to my father as I'd ever be again.), Finding Black Bass: Do You Really Know How? (Structure and cover are important, but they're only part of the picture.), Tricking Turkeys, Weather or Not (If it's more like winter than springtime, here's how to take a tom in spite of the elements.), COld Water, Hot Cats (Whoever first stuck the "warm weather only" label on catfish forgot to tell the fish.), The Art of Tracking (Reading sign will tell you what has happened. If you know that, you know what will happen too.), Know the Wilderness (Written in 1946, these words are even more important to sportsmen today.), Go Light for Freshwater Stripers (The old saw "Less is more" applied for stripers, means the less you rely on heavy-duty tackle, the more fun you'll have.), Whose Woods Are These? ("Multiple Use" is an admirable concept, but it may be one that's in need of rethinking.), The Best of the Last (Nothing else quite matches the specialized surroundings and nostalgic flavor of a praire chicken hunt.) Canadian Fishing Section - Fishing Across Canada (A country-wide survey that highlilghts some of Canada's best fishing areas.), High Artic Treasure (Yes, Victoria Island is a long way from anywhere but its lure is the elusive Artic Char.), Mistassini Doesn't Mean Brook Trout - But it Should (Cold wilderness water is the secret for the best brook trout fishing west of Labrador.)
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April
Features - In the Bank (This bank has no tellers and it pays out fifty times what you put in.), The Staccato Look (All too often streamer flies are tied simply for display. It's time to put them to work!), Mounting Problems *Bringing work home has a particular meaning for a taxidermist.), The Early Bird (Have you ever noticed that catching bait can be as much as fishing?), Boastful Losses (Just be glad the "ones that get away" did.), Your Money's Worth (You get "Your money's worth" by giving - a simple act of sharing your knowledge with another.), Time of the Trout (When Trout feed is as important as w3hat they feed on.), The Flea-Weight System (Very light gear coupled with a special sinking fly is a hot ticket to panfish.), The Tattoo of Beating Wings (...There was only one thing happening in the world and that thing was ducks...), Fishing Buddies (These are special people, as hard to find as they are easy to be with.), Tom Foolery (The only predictable aspect of turkey behavior is that the birds will be unpredictable.), The Perfect Predator (Sharks are eating machines. Part of the thrill of fishing for them is knowing that they could eat you.), Buck's Last Ride (There's no gold watch to mark the event; just a quiet moment between man and horse.), Tying and Fishing the Panfish Leech (Heavy lures sink fast and tend to scare panfish. Here's an easily tied solution.), Looping the Loop (Here's a time-saving fly fishing system that relies on loops rather than knots.) Special Bass Section - Cold Weather is Prime Time (You may not like this, but evidence shows that the best time for trophy bass is when a cold front hits.), Lessons from a Largemouth Bass Log (Records kept over four years on a typical bass lake reveal some interesting patterns.), Bassing on Your Own Two Feet (Bass fishing from shore can be its own reward - and a good way to catch fish, too. Your Local Outdoors - A guide to the best hunting and fishing in your area Departments - Editorial, Cheers & Jeers, Solunar Tables, Conservation, Did You Know, Hill Country, Bounty, How It's Done (Catfish creatures), How It's Done (Unkind cuts), Books & Comments, Discoveries (Hand soap), Tap's Tips, Vehicles, Camping, Fishing, New Afloat, Shooting, Reader's Corner, How It's Done (Trophy casts), Gun Dogs, How It's Done (Thermos wrapping), Exit Laughing
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May
Features - Spring Tonic (You might think of the Muskie as a late-summer or fall gamefish. Think again.), Wild River Salmon (When you tangle with the chinooks in northwestern British Columbia, you're in for a surprise.), The Witching Hour (It really lasts only a few moments, but it's a time of mystery and magic.), Thayer Bogg and the Great Smokehouse Conflageration (Smoetimes the cost of improvement is much to great a price to pay.), Grandpa and the Kid (Outsmarting the old fish wouldn't be easy, and if it wasn't done right it wouldn't be fun.), The Toxic Tick (Lyme disease can make your life miserable, and it's spreading rapidly. Here's how to recognize it.), Stream Watching (Anyone can look at water, but if you study it, you can become a better angler.), Close Encounters of the Fanged Mind (Build up your sense of snakes, and trust in it; there is nothing wrong with a fear of fangs.), The Logger and the Memphis Belle (The best trophies aren't always mounted on a paneled wall.), Bassing the Marabou Muddler (Put away your plastic worms, leadhead jigs and spoons. You want the thing that goes boink.), Forget the Light Cahill - Pass the Gopher Leg (Trout baiting may lack glamour, but you want fish for dinner, it's the way to go.) Special Camping Section - Fishcamping Baja's Beaches (Mexico's Sea of Cortez is full of fish and lined with the kind of beaches campers dream about.), Backpack Your Way to Big Game (Carrying your camp on your back means never having to quit hunting early to get "home" before dark.), Float Trips for Better Fishing (What could be a more enjoyable way to fish than to float and camp along the river.) Your Local Outdoors - A Guide to the Best Hunting and Fishing in your Area
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December
Confessions of a Mail-Order Addict (It's a dependence of unusual intensity, and medical science can order no cure.), Openings and Closings (For some, the season ends the first day. For others, it cannot end until the final hours.), One Man's Classics (In the lexicon of sporting terms, classic means durable, beautiful, functional.), Muley Myths (Seperating fact from fiction in their first step in the evolution of a mule deer hunter.(, Northern Flights ("There was a time when we had it all...), Longjohn Luck (Many hunters surrender to cold weather. Those who don't may reap it's benefit.), Same Elk, Different Hunting (Like it or not, fee hunting is rapidly changing the character of big-game hunting in the West.), Zern's Age Revealed! (On the occasion of the Diamond Jubilee birthday, we salute one of the greatest humorists of our time.), Jingle Bones (What better way to spend Christmas than bonefishing on a South Pacific island named for the day.), Finding Whitetails in the Hunter Herd (Ten simple steps can set you apart from the crowd.), Think Small, Think Charter (Big doesn't always mean better.), Is There a Giant Fish in Your Future? (If some exciting new fisheries projects work out, you may be catching huge salmon, trout and bass packing before long.), Grandpa and the Kid (Only when the blacktail deer hunt was over did the kid really understand how special the event had been.) Midwest Edition - Midwest residents, distracted by deer season, often forget about winter opportunities that ruffed grouse hunting in December. Also, snow geese along the Missouri Rilver and Ohio waterfowling on Lake Erie in "By the way...", Wisconsin cancels its bear season. and Ontario vaccinates skunks. Departments - Editorial, Cheer & Jeers, Solunar Tables, Conservation, Hill Country, Ted Trueblood, Discoveries, Bounty, Fishing, Books & Comments, Shooting, Saltwater Fishing, Vehicles, Reader's Corner, Tap's Tips, Gun Dogs, Did You Know?, How It's Done, Exit Laughing
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