1993 Field & Stream

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February
Features - What Price Glory? (Money, food, sanity - there's no limit to what some anglers will give up to catch a trophy), Good Vibrations (If you've got the right touch, these lures will make "music" that Bass can't resist), The Ravenous Bears Of Spring (Nothing is shrewder than a bear...until his stomach thinks for his head), Grandpa And The Kid (Black brant wil teach a hunter that the best things in life come with hard work), Streamers, Anytime (The more you use these flies, the more trophy trout you'll catch), Creatures Of Habit (Know a whitetails quirks and idiosyncrasies and you'll know where to find one), The Foothills Of Karakal (A man's Shangri-La is a perfect vision of the world he has known during his lifetime), Cactus Bacon (In the land where everything stings, stabs or bites, the peccary prospers), Tougher Country, Easier Elk (These tips may make your hunt harder, but they'll also increase your chances for success), A Place Of Liquid Light (Paintings and text by Stanley Meltzoff. A renowned artist takes you below the surface of the shimmering coral sand flats), Tundra Trout (These Northwest Territories waters offer anglers an awesome light-tackle experience) Midwest Edition - Anglers hungry for the spring season can get a taste now, fishing the Mississippi River tailraces in Illinois. Also, shotgunners gear up for Snowshoe Hares in Wisconsin; it's time for turkeys in South Dakota and the debate intensifies over a protected migratory bird threatening Midwestern state fisheries) Departments - Up Front, Cheers & Jeers, Hill Country, Conservation, Gearing Up, Field Guide, Food, Sportsman's Notebook, By The Way..., Shooting, Fishing, Vehicles, Books & Comments, Boating, Tap's Tips, Gun Dogs, Finally
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March
Features - Rides (Hitchhiking and fishing are very similar...you never know what you're going to catch), TMM Conservation Council Report: Balanced Solutions (Seeking the most sensible solutions to our natural resources problems), The Enchanted Pond (It was a magic water where fish swam and coyotes sang. Then, the spell was broken), In Praise Of Fishing (A collection of scary stories, unsolved mysteries, presonal preferences, tips and tactics, and great fishing jokes, proving once again, that fishing is full of surprises), America's Fish (In this corner, wearing green and gold and spoiling for a brawl...Micropterus!), The Snob (...and in brown, gold and crimson, His Supreme Fussiness, the brown trout), Far Off The Beaten Track (Up north, in the remote reaches of Quebec, rivers full of Artic Char await the adventurous), Fishing With Dogs (Does the ideal angling companion wear a collar? Quite likely), Good News And Bad News (Though some fishing waters are still being lost, many others are on the road to recovery), Into The Night (Trout fishing after dark is a world of sound, not sight. And after last light, you'll be all ears), New Classics (Anglers looking for good buys will find several in this roundup of new products) Midwest Edition - March marks the beginning of the fishing season - and bass on the bite in Indiana's Monroe Lake. Also, discover some dynamite angling opportunities at the Mined Lake Wildlife Area in Kansas; the top five walleye waters in the midwest; and the uncertain future of Lake Michigan's salmon fishery) Departments - Up Front, Cheers & Jeers, Hill Country, Conservation, Outdoor Basics, Sportsman's Project, Health & Safety, By The Way..., Fishing, Shooting, Vehicles, Boating, Books & Comments, Field Guide, Solunar Table, Tap's Tips, Gun Dogs, Finally
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September
Features - Field & Stream Jr. (Build a boot rack...rabbit hunting tips...following in a deer's footsteps), The Conservation Peace Corps (Sixty years after the original CCC, a new call goes out for volunteers to work on public lands), Don't "Rest" On Your Laurels (Here's all you need to know about the little gadget that makes or breaks bowhunters), Straight As A Rail (The last day of grouse season yielded a fallen deer - and a fallen boyhood hero), Uncommon Tactics for the Common Deer (If what you are doing doesn't work, it's time to read this...and change), Bucks To The Muck (Don't let a little water keep you from an often forgotten whitetail opportunity), Misery! (Hunting wretched cover is the secret to finding big bucks who know where you don't want to go), Crop Busters (When whitetails regularly dine in farmer's fields, hunters can reap the rewards), Down On The Farm (The whitetail deer is as much as home on a farm as a silo, a boy or a tractor), The Muzzleloading Boom - Part 2 (Want to shoot a blackpowder rifle but don't know where to begin. Start here), Lonesome Dove Hunter (Subtract yourself from the shooting mob and you get added enjoyment), Atlatl Renaissance (In the West, a group of enthusiasts are breathing new life into an ancient hunting tool), Lost Treasure (There visits to the secret brook were an annual ritual until "civilization" struck)
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December
Pheas! (For some, life consists of hunting pheasants - and waiting for the season to open.), Naval Architecture (At last, a history of America's most ingenious and beloved belly boat, the Delta Donut.), In Balance: This Land is Your Land (An update on the payment system for use of our natural public resources.), The Dead Zone (Florida Bay, a major sport fishery, is dying...can it be saved?), Traditional Tackle (Looking for traditional bows and arrows? Here're some of the very best.), Field & Stream Jr. (Great gift ideas for giving and getting this Christmas.), The Hardship Factor (A hard, cold winter may be difficult to bear, but it paves the way for much that is good.), The Gift Shot (The cowboys would be moving on soon, but they would leave a special gift behind.), At Home on the Water (The peripatetic sportsman is well served by a bivouac on wheels.), The Terrible-Tempered Turtle (Discover why an encounter with one of these reptiles could be a snappy affair!), End of the Fall (The bugles of bull elk herald the season's greatest drama.), Welcome Back! (Atlantic salmon have returned to Newfoundland's wild and beautiful rivers.), Three Degrees of Freedom (To the angler with keen eyes, fish fly and birds swim.), To Build a Fire (He was a cheechaquo, a newcomer, traveling at 75 below. That was his first mistake.), Down and Deep with Planers (These angling accessories let trollers cover twice the water without double the effort.), Whitetails, White Breath (When it gets really cold, whitetails act differently. So should you.)
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