1994 Field & Stream

I have more magazines to list from the 10' x 20' storage locker that is filled with boxes. Check back often or send me what you are looking for.

HOME
PAGE
AD
PAGE
MAGAZINE
PAGE
HOW TO ORDER
PAGE
NEW LISTING
PAGE
 
e-mail Vic with questions

ISSUE
CONTENTS
QTY.
PRICE
PAYPAL
February
Features - Field & Stream Jr. (The lowdown on bugs...a knot you need to know...sizing up your catch.), For the Birds (Something needs to be done when management programs for woodcock aren't working.), Use the Force (The intuitiveness of the right side of the brain can be real handy come bird season.), A Clucking Disaster (GOBLR was no less than the future of turkey hunting. But disaster lay waiting.), Antlered Obsession (When hunting trophy nule deer, the bigger the "horns", the harder you'll work for them.), The Ultimate 4x4 (Field & Stream designs one version of the ultimate hunting and fishing vehicle.), The Astonishing Power of the Sportsman's Dollar (How much economic clout do we have? More than you ever dreamed.), Something for Lagniappe (Sometimes, the best things about hunting are the most unexpected.) Bass Top to Bottom - Talking Trash (When it comes to largemoughs, cheap shots with banana-sized plugs can have sizzling results.), The Power of Plastic (Crawling with one of these "worms" to a bass in deep cover is a good way to trigger an explosion.), The Go-Between (Knowing what works in the middle zone is the key to catching mid-depth bass.), Best Little Bass Baits from Texas (Two Texas brothers created what may have been the best bass lures of all time.), Temptation (Few smallmouth bass can resist the big, slow-moving morsel that a dry fly represents.)
1
$5.00

July
Features - Grandpa And The Kid (Luck can help you land a fish or two, but it pays to master the basics), New Directions At Trout Unlimited (A recent reorganization has TU coming on strong), Michigan's "Wild" Pheasants (The future of pheasants in America is looking up, thanks to a hardy breed from the East), Poledog (Some dogs are natural hunters, while others are natural disasters), The Lazy, Hazy Days Of Summer (It's a time of new challenge and, in it's own way, provides the best fishing of the year), Sirius Business (When the Dog Days arrive, trout fishermen really get to work), Sun Strategy (For best results, smallmouth bass anglers need to follow the sun), How Bass Anglers Can Beat The Heat (The trick to catching bass in hot weather is admitting that there's no reason why you can't), Fishing For The Pan (Worry-free angling often produces the greatest rewards), Raghorn With Tradici (You don't need to speak Czech to appreciate the country's stag hunting tradition), The Longest Yard (When going for the goal in the bass game, bait-casting tackle is the superior choice), Professor Brim (He could make a fly-rod talk...and he showed a boy a new way to look at fishing) Midwest Edition - Find out where bass have thrived out of the mainstream in the Midwest. Also, the Hawkeye State's plea for help in reducing the numbers of its countless catfish: Wisconsin speaks up for its smallmouths; and nonresident hunting opportunities in Kansas. Departments - Up Front, Cheers And Jeers, Hill Country, Conservation, Sportsman's Project, Gearing Up, By The Way, Fishing, Shooting, Tap's Tips, Gun Dogs, Solunar Tables, Finally...
1
$5.00

November
Do Nest Boxes Really Help? (There's more than one reason for the successful recovery of wood duck population.), Crandpa and the Kid (If you're part of the road-hunting crowd, you'll miss everything beyond the pavement.), Fishing the Net (Cyberspace is a surprisingly friendly place to meet fellow anglers.), Striped Bass on Balloons (It's party time for freshwater striper fishermen this fall.)Special Survival Section - Getting There...and Back (Here's what to do when serious trouble finds you.), The Right Stuff (The oldtime voyageurs and mountain men either had it or they died.), Thanksgiving Miracle (When it comes to survival, a bit of luck and a lot of common sense go a long way.), Survival's Big 3 (Fire, shelter and water will keep you alive if you can't make it home.) Whitetail Magic: The Measure of Our Lives (Extraordinary photos of a great American tradition.), Something Old, Something New (Fishing a wet fly upstream for trout is such an old technique, it borders on new.), The Tracker's Art (Skills can be learned, but mastery comes with lifelong experiences.), The Bain of Bonefish (One hundred and fifty miles from Miami lies the new Mecca for flats fishermen.)
2
$5.00