1986 Field & Stream

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January
10 Uses for a Stuffed Fish (For the angler who wants to get the most out of his wall-mount.), For the Asking (The question is simple enough, to answer is a good de3al more complicated.), Innovative New Fishing Tackle (This year, some of the fishing tackle being introduced actually deserves to be called "new".), Bass, Professionally Speaking (How does a top pro look at the largemouth? Not the way you do, most likely.), Bobwest (Ever heard of bobwhites west of the Mississippi? Now you have.), The Bear Essentials for Spring (So you want to bag a bear this spring? All it takes is patience, skill and a whole lot of luck.), The Sensible Use of Scents (Where the deer are concerned, you stink. Whaat you have to do is learn to stink different.), The Great Goose Glut (Goose populations are way up and paradoxically, the more there are, the harder they are to hunt.), A Kind Word for the Horse (You can curse him if you want, but when the going gets tough, you won't find a better animal.), Sporting Craftsmen: Rocky Miller, Bowyer (The longbow has reached its ultimate state in the hands of this Montana craftsman.), They're Making Tomorrow's Fish Today (Welcome to the brave new workd of hybrids, where biologists build made-to-order fish.), Friends Out-of-Doors (Maybe now would be a good time to thank your outdoor buddies for the good times.)
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February
The Fishing Partner Compatibility Test (This simple quiz is guaranteed to weed out the wimps, the creeps, the pencil-necked geeks, and all, and all.), Fishing Cars (Any loathsome old wreck will do. In fact, the more loathsome, the better.), Biography of the Brookie (The first chapter of this fish's tale are writ; whither from here?), The Importance of Speed in Trolling (The color, depth or shape of your lure may not matter as much as how fast or slow its moving.), Grandpa and the Kid (There's something about the call of a wild goose that stirs a hunter's soul.), Dem Dry Bones (Bonefish on the flats! But hold on - the fish are rising to dry flies!), The Littlest Deer (This dimunitive whitetail makes up in brains and looks for what it lacks in size.), Reeding Weeds (Become a Weed Reader, and you'll become a better bas fisherman.), One Word Says It All (Turkey hunters who have gotten the word know that it can mean more birds in the bag.), Scudding For Trout (Freshwater crustaceans and Wolly Worms direct you to terrific trout action.), The Last Buffalo Hunt (Once the buffalo ruled the range, and the Indians with them. Now both were down to a last moment of truth.), I Go Pargo, You Go Pargo (They come in red, yellow and black, and they are all mean, regardless of color.)
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March
Aerobic Fishing and Headwater Music (You always knew that trout fishing was fun, but did you bknow it was good for you, too?), For Deer, Whistle Dixie (Deer hunting is becoming a fashionable pursuit in the South.), How to Shoot a Rapid (Maybe you can whip through whitewater, but do you understand the true meaning of the standing wave?), The Dukes of Yawk (If you doubt the sweetest love songs are played on a wooden box call, ask the newrest old gobbler.), Drifting Bait for Trout (Worm dunking is one thing, this is something else entirely.), The Last Buck (You can take from nature and never put anything back. But eventually, nature collects its debts.), Matched Pair (Weekend bass competition got you down? Don't fret, you're standing on a secret weapon.), The Wraith That Roars (Hunters who go after the grizzly learn that if they want a showdown, they are the ones that will have to seek it.), Spinnerbaits for Pike (Give this time-honored bass lure a chance the next time pike fail to answer the call of your shiny spoons.), Stag Party (Welcome to the rain-drenched Scottish moors, where the red deer roams and the water-soluble have no place.), On Being a Dog (Dogs aren't meant to be perfect; they're meant to be just what they are.) Canadian Fishing Section - Fishing Across Canada (A province-by-province survey that highlights some of Canada's best fishing areas.), Red Trout, Canadian Style (Whatever name they go by - red trout or brookies - these fish still deliver terrific action.), Fish-Camping the Kawarthas by Houseboat (If you're looking for a really different family fishing vacation, this is it.), Advice for Anglers Visiting Canada (Crossing the border is a snap, as long as you follow some commonsense rules.)
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April
Keeping the Memories Alive (Time passes, and the memories grow dim. Here's a way to keep them bright.), The Horrible Hulk (It's out there in the garage, waiting, waiting, waiting...), A Dissertation on Fried Trout (This is about bones, and guilt. Or look at it another way. Suppose Dostoevski had been an angler.), The Short Rod (Short rods aren't limited solely to ultralight duty; they can tackle heavier assignments as well.), Basic Black (This fundamental, productive color should be rescued from (where else?) the black hole of disuse.), Grandpa and the Kid (A raccoon "hunt" on the river takes the kid into a world that can only be seen in the dark.), The Land of Great Silence (Lake trout...arctic char...Great Bear Lake...Coppermine River: these words add up to a truly high adventure.), A Promise Carved in Bark (It was an easy shot; a can't miss classic...and it was a shot tht was never fired.), The Sound of the River (After the sun set, the AuSable was a different river, and the men who fished it were different men.), Salmon in the Spring (Now is the time when salmon fishermen everywhere go for the silver in this special rite of spring.), The Birds of David Plewes (Breathing life and style into wood is this artisan's goal.), Pocket Water (Don't stan there with your hands on your hips! Meet the challenge head on.), The Matchless Maggot (You may not like them, but these repulsive little wrigglers are irrestible to fish.) Special Bass Section - Cold Comfort (Just because the calendar says it's spring doesn't mean the weather will cooperate.), Think Small for Big Bass (Big Impoundments and big fish don't always go hand in hand.), The ABC's of Flipping (Master this method and the big ball that lurks in impenetrable cover are yours.)
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June
The Outdoors: One Man's Perspective (The most important catch of the day is the muddled youngster who says, "When do we go again?"), Thanks, Aunt Judy (The road to adulthood is paved with the best of intentions...but nothing useful.), Choosing a Leader (Matching your leaders to the conditions at hand can make or break your sport.), Belly Dancers (These seductive lures - better known as jointed plugs - have caught at least two world records.), Grandpa and the Kid (There's more to steelhead fishing than meets the eye. Some of it also, unavoidably, meets the nose.), Learning About Lucius (The pike doesn't want your pity. All he asks is light tackle and a chance to be eaten afterward.), That's Black and White and Caught All Over? (These fish go by a lot of names, but regardless of what you call them, they give you a run for your money.), Living With Whitetails (Deer, like people, are individuals. To get to know a good buck, you have to spend some time with him.), Bass Fishing Simplified: Troll A Natural Lake (Even when you aren't fishing with charts and electronics, you can still "see" beneath the surface.), Get To The Point (Point-hopping is a basic of bass fishing; so basic, in fact, that productive points are often passed up.), The Pole and the River (Set-poling a canoe puts you into fishing areas that paddlers and waders can only dream about.), Friendly Places (Have yu ever walked into a clearing or stepped into a stream and suddenly felt like you just came home?) Trout Bonus - Downstream Tactics (The fundamentals are easy to grasp, but the real key is your ability to improvise.), The Art of Fishing Fine (Trout sipping the tiny insects of summer pose a special challenge to the fly fisherman.)
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July
Evolution of a Hunter (Before the .270 there was the dirt bomb, the road apple, the finger rocket, and then...Giant Jenny!), Never Turn Your Back (No outdoorsman deliberately set out to get into trouble, but it happens all the time.), Summer Steelhead (The Skamania Steelhead is gaining fame in the Great Lakes for its acrobatics and its warm-weather accessibility.), Summit Meetings with Muleys (Big mule deer sometimes inhabit the most unlikely places. Where? Take a deep breath and look upwards.), Handle With Care (There are any number of ways to remove a hook. Sportsmen do it so the fish will live.), A Morning at the Pig Farm (Biologists said the pond was dead. The leg-sized trout who called it home didn't know that.), Sports Craftsmen: Hoagy B. Carmichael - Rod Builder (The hallmark of this master is an India ink signature on a split-bamboo rod.), A Pronghorn Primer (Antelope are not like other critters, and you have to hunt them accordingly. Here's how it's done.), A Matter of Degrees (Before you rule out a stream that's "too warm" or "too dirty", cast a line to the trout who probably lives there.), Bank On It (You don't need a bass boat to fish for bass. You do need a pair of quiet feet and a subtle approach.)
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September
Features - The Tackle Box Papers (A tragic tale, in which one more soul follows the wormproof path to perdition), Back In The Field (...I had not wanted so badly for something to begin since I was a kid..)< Body Language (The subtle cues you appearance and attitude convey to the game you seek could affect your hunting success), Fishing The Edges (In any lake there are more edges than meet the eye. Learning to recognize the subtle borders will put you a step ahead), Second-Season Smallmouths (September ushers in one of the years most overlooked fishing opportunities), The Pointer Of No Return (Some dogs have an inscrutable wayof winning you over despite their faults), Bravo Patagonia! (Hats off to the land where 6-pound rainbows cruise like hungry dogs), The Basics of Elk Bugling (All animals take sex seriously, but elk go insane over it. That's where you and your bugle come in), A Fisherman Born Out Of Time (Bass fishing has come a long way. Some might argue it has gone too far), Doves, Solo (No need to bring fifty friends to enjoy this kind of hunting; just yourself and your own two eyes), September: The Brown Month (You're in for a whale of a fight when you tie into a spawning-run brown trout), Mark Those Dates (Use more than a dart and a calendar to point out when to hunt woodcock) Special Deer Section - A Clearcut Myth (Knock down a chunk of the forest, the theory goes, and the deer and the elk will love it. Nice theory, but...), An Eye On Deer (Muleys and whitetails are masters of camouflage. Here how you can see through it), Butte Bucks (Welcome to the badlands, where the country is huge and desolate, and the big muleys feel right at home)
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