1992 Field & Stream

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March
Features - Out Of Reach (Something about catching a big fish makes the stars - and your dreams - seem a little closer than before), Getting Better (To really master fly fishing you need to learn the subtle are of presentation), One Of The Original Strut Brothers (Perhaps the best hunters of swaggering turkeys are the folks who are most like their prey), The Strange Story Of The Record Largemouth Bass (George Perry caught a 22-lb 4-oz Bass in 1932, and it has since become a legend), Grizzly Tales (One thing is certain; you can never be sure how a bear is going to behave), Rebirth Of A Legend (If you believe "more is better," take a look at the brand new Suburban 4x4), A Fine Kettle Of Fishing Facts (Ten pages of information, opinion and anecdotes proving that fishing is not only fun, it's funny, too), Black-Powder Rendezvous (These re-creations of early American life celebrate their time when hunting was more than a sport), Trout In The High Desert (Every trout angler's dream - plenty of fish and no competition - can come true in Oregon), Bubble Gum Bass (Hot pink lures may be embarrassingly conspicious, but therein lies the secret ot their success), Buzzbait Design (Even though the buzzbait is one of the most effective bass lures, there's always room for improvement) Midwest Edition - For sheer numbers of spawning smallmouth, plan a trip to Lake Erie's Bass Islands. The debate over using birth-control drugs to regulate a deer herd in Canada intensifies, and whether you prefer fishing with flies, lures or natural bait, Missouri has a put-and-take trout fishery for you. Departments - Up Front, Cheers & Jeers, Hill Country, Conservation, Endangered Tradition, Gearing Up, Food, Fishing, Shooting, Saltwater Fishing, Solunar Tables, Gun Dogs, Tap's Tips, Finally
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April
Features - Brook Trout (There's nothing like springtime brook Trout to make you want to go on fishing forever), Bird Car (This vehicle doesn't come from a factory; it's a work of art created by a hunter, and his bird dog), Voting For The Environment (The politicians you elect this fall can have a profound impact on the environment) One For The Wall (An expert angler and an professional photographer shows you how to have your fish and release it, too), Field & Stream Jr. (Crickets...homemade flies...aiming a rifle...and more in this special section for young sportsmen), Grandpa And The Kid (One of the best lessons a fisherman can learn is how to take - and enjoy - what he gets), Turkey School (If you think it's tough to study gobbler hunting in the classroom, just wait until you're out in the field), Off The Edge Of The Map (It was during the rut, and the mouse were easy marks - too easy for a true hunter), Hunting With Hawks (This sport of kings is no mere hobby, it's a way of life), RBR - A Sportsman's Legacy (Though less well known than his nephew, Robert Barnes Roosevelt was an important conservationist), The Rites Of Spring (One of the greatest pleasures of the season is fishing for bluegills on their beds), Gift Trout (The first trout of the season may bear a gift that lasts a lifetime), Fishing Across Canada (New hotspots - brimming with opportunity - are uncovered in this look at angling north of the border), Six Top Drive-To Canadian Fishing Spots (You don't have to take a wilderness trek to find good fishing in Canada) Midwest Edition - Bass fishing regulations are putting anglers on the horns of an ethical dilemma. Also, sportsmen experience the best of both worlds when visiting the Midwest's leading hunting/fishing destinations; and, it's time to talk turkey in Indiana. "In By The Way..." a paddlefish poaching ring. Departments - Up Front, Cheers & Jeers, Bill's Country, Conservation, Gearing Up Fishing, Shooting, Vehicles, Tap's Tips, Gun Dogs, Finally
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May
Features - The Dignified Sport (The attractions of turkey hunting can't be compared to any other sport - except maybe mudwrestling), Brent's Bass (It was more than just his nephew's first bass; it was the stuff of which memories would be made), How To Portage A Canoe (Give your back a break. Learn the right way to lift a canoe), Orphans Of The Miramichi (Maligned largely through ignorance, this river's spring Salmon provide superb sport), High-Noon Gobblers (Early morning is the time to talk turkey, but it may not be the time to bag one), The Dawn Patrol (Whether fishing for smallmouth or largemouth bass, the wise angler gets up before the birds), Body Language (Hunter's who can interpret a deer's movements are at an advantage), Trout The Hard Way (Hiking to the Wind River Indian Reservation isn't easy, which is why the fishing is so great), Low-Tech Bugs (Trout eat mayflies without knowing their Latin names, so why can't anglers just call a bug a bug), The Conversion Of Mr. Bass (Here's what happens when a fly-fishing fiend spends a few hours with a spinnerbait champion), A.J. McClaine: A Tribute (One of the world's foremost fishing writers is gone...but his words will inspire fishermen for years to come), Stealth Box (When you install this box in your sport-utility 4x4, your gear can be stowed safely out of sight), The Generous Confluence (One of the top spots for Trout is where swift water and slow water meet) Midwest Edition - There's still time to get a gobbler in the Midwest - if you know how. Also, learn the latest on Lake Michigan's steelhead stock and plan a successful spring fling, using these insights into fishing the spawning bass hotspots in your state. In "By The Way..." a system for combating fishing boat clutter Departments - Up Front, Cheers & Jeers, Hill Country, Conservation, Fishing, Shooting, Saltwater Fishing, Gearing Up, Vehicles, Books & Comments, Fishing Tactic, Tap's Tips, Solunar Tables, Gun Dogs, Finally
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June
Features - Killer Cows (This breed of bovine is nothing like the harmless creatures of Old MacDonald's farm), Drifting In The Dark (Casting into the dark he found that thoughts, like still waters, runs deeper in the dark), Sleeping Under The Stars (Discover the pleasures of spending the night in the open air), Grandpa And The Kid (The idea that some fish are treasures while others are trash is a foolish conceit), Bow Camp (At this unique "seminar" archers learn one of our most ancient crafts), Scope Sight Insights (Here's what you need to know if you're thinking about glassware for your rifle), Smallmouths: The Fly Fishing Advantage (Smallmouths feast on the same food as trouts, so tie on a fly and get set for the strike), Sight And Sound (Some bass lures are flashy. Some make noise. Both work - if you know when to use them), Small-Stream Strategies (To fish these dimunitive waters successfully, you need to broaden your approach), Good Eats (A true bird hunter can often be identified as someone whose dog eats better than he does), Panfish Are For Kids (Panfishing is easy, and therein lies one of the secrets for inspiring the first-time angler), Multipurpose Mudbugs (No matter what you call them - craws or crayfish - they could be the best live bait of all), "This Excellent Hunter" (Game kept the Lewis and Clark expedition well fed - thanks to the skill of one man) Midwest Edition - An angling pro tells how to make bass bite during the dog days of summer. Also, the IRS muscles in on Michigan's sportsmen's groups; and biologists ask Midwesterners to stop stocking pen-raised pheasants. In "By The Way..." planning a big game hunt - in Russia" Departments - Up Front, Cheers & Jeers, Hill Country, Conservation, Endangered Tradition, Field Guide, Fishing, Vehicles, Saltwater Fishing, Fishing Technique, Sportsman's Project, How It's Done, Tap's Tips, Gun Dogs, Finally
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