1994 Field & Stream

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January
Features - The Tyler Ghost (He was a majestic Whitetail who gave a sleepy town a sense of purpose), Building The "Perfect: Arrow (When the hitting gets tough, the smart start adjusting), Grandpa And The Kid (Sage Hen hunting in the desert is easy - once you've learned the secret), Windows In Time (When seasons overlap, hunters and fishermen often can double their fun), Confederate Combination (In the Palmeto State, hogs and Whitetails go together like grits and gravy), Montana Mix (Under the Big Sky, you'll enjoy life, liberty and the pursuit of Deer and Pheasants), U.P.-2 (People are scarce in this part of Michigan, but Walleyes and upland birds abound), Cajun Double (In coastal Louisiana, the waterfowl/fishing combinations are almost endless), Texas Twin-Bill Tanks (Here's why South Texas is the place to combine Dove shooting with Bass fishing), Dakota Duo (The landscape may look barren, but it's teeming with Pheasants and waterfowl), Red Oaks: The Sportsman's Paradise (The Pelican State was host to the greatest combo hunt of all time), The Odd Couple (Oregon's Steens Mountains offer great Chukar hunting and Trout fishing challenges), A Fisherman's Childhood In Brooklyn (Some people are born anglers no matter where they happen to live), Spirit Of The Sierra Madre (A mysterious Buck led the way back through time) Midwest Edition - Late-season hunting is a great way to avoid the crowds and make the most of the Midwest's unusual opportunities for a winter Whitetail. Also, learn the secrets to seizing prize Northern Pike in Minnesota; controversary continues over Michigan's banner Walleye harvest; and catch the new rules for fishing in Oklahoma Departments - Up Front, Cheers & Jeers, Hill Country, Conservation, Outdoor Basics, Health & Safety, By The Way..., Shooting, Vehicles, Saltwater Fishing, Gearing Up, Fishing, Books & Comments, Gun Dogs, Tap's Tips, Solunar Tables, Finally...
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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.) Midwest Editions - Discover why some Midwestern anglers are saying the Ohio River offers cold-weather action that's nothing but hot. Also, Michigan talks Turkey as officials consider a proposal to increase hunting permits for the spring season; nonprofit group makes big gains for conservation in Kansas; and South Dakota's recent Pheasant findings. Departments - Up Front, Cheers & Jeers, Hill Country, Health & Safety, Conservation, By The Way..., Shooting, Fishing, Gearing Up, Boating, Books & Comments, Tap's Tips, Gun Dogs, Finally...
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March
Features - Outdoor Recreation - An Endangered Tradition? (At a time when outdoor users should be allying, they're drawing farther apart), Quivers (Here are the latest - and the oldest - ways to keep your arrows ready for action), Caribou House (Quebec's herd is crowding it's range, providing a great opportunity for hunters in the know), Ace In The Hole (The blue-wing olive is an insect that you - and the Trout - can put faith in), Grandpa And The Kid (Getting a new puppy is easy. Geting a new puppy to listen is the hard part), Water, Water...Fishing Water (A special celebration of the angler's world), Whitetails Up And Down (Sometimes the smallest of waters lead to the largest of Bucks. Here's why), Uncle George's Beanholes (Eating George Smith's baked beans was close to a religious experience) Midwest Edition - The sporting tradition stays strong in the Heartland, as figures show the Midwest leads the country in hunter-license growth. Also, learn why Iow< anglers get a taste for Channel Catfish come the spring thaw; what North Dakota knows about hunting accidents; and can Kansas fisheries recover from last year's flood? Departments - Up Front, Cheers & Jeers, Hill Country, Conservation, Gearing Up, By The Way..., Fishing, Boating, Sportsman's Notebook, Shooting, Solunar Tables, Tap's Tips, Gun Dogs, Finally...
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April
Features - Field & Stream Jr. (Getting up to scratch on poison ivy and oak...catching crayfish for bait...and more), Descent Of A Man (When a bowhunter got carried away he lost everything...except his hair), Fishing Across Canada (Check out the action in the Far North, and uncover an opportunity that's just right for you), The Sportsman's Dollar: Part 1 (A close look at some of the spenders and where their money goes), Antique Angling (With bamboo "pole" and ancient flies, the Colonial Angler catches fish the old-fashioned way), A Van For All Seasons (Here's how you can turn a full-size van into a real hunting and fishing vehicle), Tarpon Tom (Meet Thomas F. Gibson, Jr., a man who lives to fish for giant Silver Kings), Your Move (A gobbler may not know chess from checkers, but he can move like a grand master) Midwest Edition - City slicker may be interested to know that certain waters across the Midwest offer urbanites some reel opportunities. Also, Indiana and Nebraska remain optimistic for the success of their spring Gobbler seasons; the fishing is for Suckers this month in Michigan; and a secret that some wildlife groups are taking to the bank. Departments - Up Front, Cheers & Jeers, Hill Country, Conservation, Sportsman's Project, Gearing Up, Food, By The Way..., Fishing, Shooting, Tap's Tips, Gun Dogs, Finally...
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May
Features - Partners (Must your best fishing partner also be your best friend?), Grandpa And The Kid (The real test of what a person has learned about safety comes in the excitement of a hunt), Care And Feeding Of Greenhorns (With proper management, a tenderfoot can increase an old hand's comfort around camp), Give "Em The Shaft (What was once a simple cedar dowel is now a high-tech marvel), The Sportsman's Dollar: Part 2 (A look at who makes and sells what sportsmen buy - and the impacts on your state), The Legacy Of Grand Lake (From the Pine Tree State comes a canoe like no other), Trout Before Breakfast (The most important skill in Trout fishing may be the ability to get out of bed in the morning), Right Place, Right Time (Intercepting a Turkey takes a strategy, and luck has only a little to do with it), Bouncing Off The Jungle (The remote rivers of Papua New Guinea demand stout tackle and stout hearts), City Slickers (Urban Bassing is the name of the game for anglers who take their breaks in the park), The Natural Year (For some, the year begins when things are green and ends with a bone-numbing ache) Midwest Edition - For a deal you simply can't refuse, find out when the free fishing days are being offered in your state this summer. Also, Midwesterners can learn why varmint hunters are going back to the dogs in South Dakota; what's the latest on Little Bey de Noc Walleyes; and how the fishing measures up in the Buckeye State. Departments - Up Front, Cheers & Jeers, Hill Country, Conservation, Gearing Up, By The Way..., Fishing, Shooting, Vehicles, Saltwater Fishing, Tap's Tips, Gun Dogs, Books & Comments, Solunar Tables, Finally...
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June
Features - Hell's Angelers (Terrorizing Trout streams with reels and wheels, fly fishing's newest enthusiasts have arrived), Field & Stream Jr. (Go native for the best baits...how to make a strike indicator from a straw...and more), Conservation Heroes: Making A Difference (Meet the citizen - volunteer winners of this year's Chevron Conservation Awards), Traditional Bows (The secret to accuracy is no secret - it's industrial-strength practice), Bass Land (When reality gets you down, get out the catalogs), The Most Private Cat (Known for their will-o'-the-wisp secretiveness, Bobcats are seldom seen in the wild), Green Hills Of Africa (It was the lure of the kudu that led him there, but the country would call him forever), Submarine Man (Jim Teeny's innovations fueled a fly-fishing revolution), Stalking The Wild Mushroom (Picking the wrong mushroom is not in the same league as picking the wrong Trout fly), Coat Of Many Colors (The Black Bear can live anywhere, on almost anything, and comes in a choice of hues), Back From The Brink (Aggressive management has revived Arkansas' Bear population to a modern-day peak), The Watt Factor (Has success spoiled the big conservation groups?), The Sportsman's Dollar: Part 3 (A last look at some surprising statistics, and a glance at the future) Midwest Edition - About twenty years after major stockings in Nebraska, big Striped Bass have finally started biting. Also, Walleyes have been hungry all along in Canada's Tobin Lake, where plenty of structure seems to foster growth and productivity; how to use live bait correctly; and where to find more Elk that ever. Departments - Up Front, Cheers & Jeers, Hill Country, Conservation, Gearing Up, Endangered Tradition, By The Way..., Shooting, Fishing, Vehicles, Saltwater Fishing, Tap's Tips, Gun Dogs, Finally...
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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...
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August
Features - Late-Season Lakers (The end of August is prime time for the monster Trout of the far north), Decisions (If you thought your sporting dilemmas were difficult, try these), Field & Stream Jr. (Why you should spit on your bait...giant earthworms...Panfish pointers...and more), Doewatch (The savvy hunter uses anterless encounters to his advantage), Close To The Bone (Bushwacking a small, brush-choked Trout stream can be a challenging change of pace), An Artist With The Fly Rod (Scotty Chapman knows more than most about Yellowstone's waters - and how to fish them), Hunting In A Hard Land (Quebec's tundra is one of the most forbidding places on earth...but Caribou call it home), How To Create Your Own Fishing Pond (It takes a whole lot more that filling a hole with water), Farm Pond Bass (Largemouth Bass are adaptable transplants that thrive in small ponds), Over & Under (In the war of Whitetails versus fences, guess who wins), A Different Kind Of Hunt (Pursuing Anelope isn't easy, especially when you're up to your ears in gumbo), Whatever Happened To Taxidermy (Thanks to advances made over the past century, "stuffed" animals today almost look alive), A Smooth Release (Looking for more accuracy from your compound? Then give your fingers some help) Midwest Edition - A new wildlife refuge in Iowa will give sportsmen the oppportunity to hunt like their great-grandparents knew. Also, northern Pike population restoration programs are underway in two Midwestern states; Wisconsin's Walleyes on wheels; and unfaithful Falcons in the Wolverine State. Departments - Up Front; Cheers & Jeers; Hill Country; Conservation; Gearing Up; By The Way...; Fishing; Shooting; Vehicles; Saltwater Fishing; Tap's Tips; Gun Dogs; Exit, Laughing
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September
Features - The Next Step For Atlantic Salmon (The Salmon resource has come back enough to start repaying the cost of saving it), America And The Environment: The Sky Isn't Falling (A new TMM-Roper opinion poll shows optimism and strong support for conservation), Grandpa And The Kid (What better way to top off a trip to Alaska than fishing for North America's largest Salmon?), Bowhunter's Edge (If you're not afraid of your broadheads, they're not sharp enough), Changes In Attitude (Nothing stays the same - including the pursuit of our No. 1 big-game animal), Ways Of The Western Whitetail (You may know that these Deer ara at home in the Rockies, but do you know how to hunt them?), Whitetails Plan As Day (Midday Deer hunting is rewarding...so forget about that after-lunch nap), Bows In The 'Burbs (The best Whitetail hunting of all may be in your own - or someone else's - backyard), A Sheltered Life (To discover big Bucks, look where you'd least expect to find them), The Original Trout (It may not have an impressive name, but the Brown Trout doesn't need to prove a thing), The Fields Of September (The opening of Dove hunting in the South is not just sport - it's a grand tradition), The Two-Legged Bird Dog (Grouse hunting without a dog might be the ultimate unguided hunt), Trial By Fire (For a real blast from the past, muzzleloader hunting is all it's cracked up to be) Midwest Edition - Northeastern Indiana's Pigeon River Fish and Wildlife Area offers an outdoorsman's tripleheader with canoeing, fishing and hunting. Also, South Dakota hunters use portable decoys to lure fleet-footed Pronghorns into range; and anglers double up on Trout and Bass in twenty-four Midwestern streams. Departments - Up Front, Cheers & Jeers, Hill Country, Conservation, Gearing Up, Sportsman's Project, By The Way...; Shooting, Fishing; Vehicles; Saltwater Fishing; Myths & Misconceptions; Tap's Tips; Gun Dogs; Solunar Tables; Finally...
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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.)
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December
Features - Conservation - Beware The Baiting Laws! (Federal laws on baiting are so unclear both Dove and Duck hunters are worried), A Wimp In The Woods (Only a fool would look for confidence in the contents of his backpack), Field & Stream Jr. (All about hibernation...doing the wildlife shuffle...and a puzzle to tackle), Tree Stand Safety (If you'd rather not be an entry in The Book Of Splat, read this...and heed), Plad: Turning Out, Pitching In (An outpouring of volunteers made Public Lands Appreciation Day a huge success), Kelly (A stray, he walked out of the shelter and straight into their hearts), Don't Think Of It As The Coldest Part Of Hunting Season, Think Of It As The Best Part - Staying On Top (Why flounder and sink when you can slide and glide), Minus 34 degrees (Hunting Elk in the cold is easy; just be in the right place), Good Hare Days (Tracking the big white bunny is a bonus winter sport), Coyote Hunting With Hounds (Many curse the Coyote. New England hound men chase it, and admire it), How To Keep Warm On Stand (Here's how to retain heat, from your head to your feet), Time To Pull The Wool? (Have synthetics displaced the natural fiber of choice? Not yet), Late Season (Today's muzzleloader seasons let you experience Deer hunting the way it was), High & Dry (Catarafts, versatile alternatives to float tubes, allow you to fish in comfort), The Old Iron Skillet (This particular frying pan was special, and so were the memories it could cook up), Smoothing The Way (Here's an innovative suspension that tames the rough-riding 4x4) Midwest Edition - Minnesota Congressman Collin Peterson fights to save the Conservation Reserve Program, in which 17 million acres of land containing wildlife nesting cover are enrolled. Also, the Sunflower State decides to have another sandhill Crane season; and an outlook on Deer harvests in Michigan. Departments - Up Front; Cheers & Jeers; Hill Country; Field Guide; Health & Safety; By The Way...; Fishing; Shooting; F&S Tips; Gun Dogs; Finally...
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