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February
1951

Hunting & Fishing
Features - 'Special Delivery' Pickerel, Sportsmen: Make Friends With The Landowner, Streamliners With Fins, Gar Shooting - Injun Style, Pheasant Hunters Get A Break, The Comeback Trail!, Deer Rifle Talk, 1951 Preview Of Small Boats, Ever Try Trolling A Streamer Fly?, Shotgun Loads/, Rex Proves His Point, Pond Fishing, A Laugh For Cap'n Louie, The Mystery Of Henry's Lake, Walleyes With A Southern Accent, 'Chuck Shooting, Desert Deer Departments - Arms & Ammunition, Boats & Motors, Camping, Dogs, Fishing, Hunting & Fishing News, Logs On The Fire, Sports Shop
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$6.00

1963
Fishing And Hunting Yearbook
Contents - A Report On New Developments - Fishing Gear, Hunting Gear Special Fishing-Vacation Section 10 Great Fishing Spots Across The Country - Go For Bear & Trout; How To Play Poker With A Muskie; So You Want To Fish The Artic!; Mad Scramble For Basswood Bass; Jackpot Fishing From The Highway; Meet The Jumpingest Salmon; When The Mackerel Move Downtown; Have Trout, Need Fishermen; Big Trout Strike Just Up Yonder; Florida's hidden World of fishing How The Experts Do It - Spin Or Bait Cast? You Need Both!; We Murdered Them With Peas, String Beans And Corn; Best Fishing By A Dam Site; Secrets Of The Smallmouth Stream Articles Of General Interest - Fishing With A Whang! Bam! Boom!; The Click That Can Save Your Trip; The Last Of The Birch Bark Canoe Builders; We Had To Catch Our Lunch Every Day; Secrets Of Successful Fish Smokers
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$5.00

September
1977

Hunting
Features - Big Game - Mule Deer, Whitetail Small Game - Go To School For Gobblers Upland Game - Bona Fide Back Road Bonanza Waterfowl - Double Action Duo Off Season - The Ground Squirrel Game Exotic - The Rogues Of Chifungwe State Of The Month - Minnesota General - Cut By Slice Deer Butchering, 1977-78 Hunting Seasons, Is It Speed That Kills? Protect America's Hunting Heritage - Will Steel Shot Cripple Your Hunting? Departments - Letters, Legislative Front, Hap's Hints, Snap Shots, Questions & Answers, Brand New, Hunter's Edge, Big Game Anatomy, Guns & Loads, Bowhunting, The Duffel Bag, Highcenters, Handloading For Hunting, Classified, Backtracking
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$5.00

1979
Deer Hunting
Contents - Bagging Bigger Bucks, Stalking, Bow And Arrow Bucks, Trophy Mule Deer, Is It Still Hunting?, Black Powder Bucks, Arizona Whitetail, Take A Stand For Deer, Duck Guns For Deer, Blacktail, Let's Go For A Drive, Handgun Hunting Today, Moose, The Right Rifle, Pushing Deer With Dogs, Hunting The Regal Elk, Hunting Accessories, Pick The Right Knive, Now You Have Your Buck
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$5.00

1982
Petersen's Hunting
Features - Big Game (Arctic Alaska...No Place for Moose or Man), Small Game (Cottontails and Jacks), Upland Game (Bowhunting Spring Gobblers), Waterfowl (Don't snub the Snipe), Off-Season (Outwitting plenty-smart predators), Exotic (You can hunt Africa), State Of The Month (Nova Scotia), General (Weatherby Big Game trophy, Cases, Carriers and Security Systems, Care for Trophies from Field to Taxidermist, What happened to Jack O'Connor's cartridge, In search of World-Record Whitetail, The Beretta Model 1000), Protect America's Hunting Heritage (Feds red tape strangling Wildlife) Departments - Hap's Hints, Letters, Legislative Front, Questions & Answers, Buck Sense, Bowhunting, Handloading For Hunting, Brand New, Hunter's Edge, Here's How, Guns & Loads, Duffel Bag, Big Game Anatomy, Gun Dogs, Highcenters, Where To Go, Classified, Backtracking
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$5.00

January / February
1983

Fishing World
A Striper Status Report (Though prospering in freshwater, the Atlantic stocks of this gamefish are declining while new world records are being set), The Approach (The trout who doesn't know you are there is best. Failing that, try to persuade him you are just some more livestock), The Smallest Guide (Uncle Tom found a savvy, seasoned veteran who was guiding for the summer between fifth and sixth grades), Trouting The River Holes (A cold norther makes the spotted seatrout go hide, and you can load the boat if you know where to find them), My Trout World - Part II (The dean of the LeTort concludes his reminiscences based on a lifetime of trout fishing - and fish watching), Hook-And-Line Herring (Is this possible? An underfished Atlantic Seaboard anadromous gamefish right beneath our noses?), Drift Boats (Whoever decided the ancient Grand Banks cod-fishing dory should float rivers was a genius), Warmer Wading (There are some new fabrics that properly used make winter wading less of an ordeal than ever before), Sunglasses For Fishermen (A fishing ophthalmologist, a fishing optician and a fishing guide put their heads together on the subject of polariods), The Bahamas Best Bonefishing (The author of Fishing Guide To The Bahamas picks the top five)
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1985
Action Hunting
Contents - Bucks In The Beans (Soybean fields are like magnets to deer. Here's how to take advantage), Make Book On A Buck (I was a so-so deer hunter until I went to this system. Now I'm confident I'll score every season), What 30 Bucks Taught Me (This crash course in the Whitetail School of Hard Knocks can save you a lot of grief), Roust A Rooster (You'll put your share of ringnecks in the bag with these special tricks), Shotguns That Do The Impossible (Meet the man who has mastered the secrets of tight choke boring), Mad Moose (Bull moose come running when you know how to make 'em mad. You don't need a call), Wapiti And Woe (The mountain days of an elk humter are a blend of elation and heartbreak), Bait That Bear! (This guide's advice on baits, blinds, and tactics has been proven by success), Doves Get Better! (The second part of the season during late autumn offers the best shooting), Muley Success With Whitetail Tactics (Mid-west whitetail experts hit the high country with their own tactics from home), The Big Push (When the woods are crowded with hunters, whitetail bucks change their patterns of feeding, moving, hiding), Grouse Bonanza! (Switch to early-season hunting and watch your success skyrocket), Master Bob Has Changed His Ways (The changing face of bobwhite country has brought about a different type of hunting), Backpack Hunters Potluck (Targets of opportunity mean you don't have to live on freeze-dry in the backcountry), Ghost Birds (Some turkeys are so old and tough they become legends), Boating For Bushytails (This is suirrel hunting the crowds never find. It's quiet, productive and more fun), The High Hard Way For Mule Deer (From our high-country camp, we hunt mule deer with black-powder wweapons)
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October
1987

Deer & Deer Hunting
Contents - Bones Of Contention (Researchers generally agree that the size of a normal buck's rack varies upon the animal's age, his nutritional history and inherited traits. They argue vehemently amongst themselves, however, as to the relative importance of the various features), In The Moonlight(Does the lunar cycle affect deer movement? On no other question do deer hunters and deer biologists disagree vehemently), Till Deer Season Do You Part (If your wife wants to hunt deer, train her carefully, teach her well and you may gain a lifelong hunting partner), The Ethics Of Pursuit (Pursuit must always take precedence over killing or we simply destroy the important meanings and values essential to the activity), After Your Trophy Is Down (The proper care of a deer head starts in the field, not in a taxidermist's studio), Crabapples And Monkey Balls (The increase in human pressure during the firearms season often causes deer to seek the thickest cover available in their home range), Trial For The King Of Green Mountain (Each and every year, deer are stolen. Perhaps we should develop a better set of rules for conduct and ethics), Hard Hunting (If you yearn for the chance to test your hunting ability, you should consider hunting with a muzzleloader), Hunter Bias: Survey Results (Bow hunters, as a group, are more willing to harvest a fawn than are rifle hunters), Deer & Deer Hunting: The First Decade (A brief review of this magazine's first ten years), Managing Deer On Your Property (For a landowner with a small tract of land, the easier aspect of deer management is habitat manipulation as opposed to population manipulation), Deer Hunting On The Au Sable (A saggilng meat pole and an American flag frequently charactized the deer camps along the banks of the Au Sable), How Much Do Antlers Shrink? (Whenever the deer hunter shoots a large white-tailed buck, a tape, pad and pencil soon emerge, as does the inevitable question: how much do antlers shrink after harvest?), Climbing For Whitetails (Canopy cover, shooting lanes and arrow trajectory are important factors to consider when you scout and choose a tree for climbing), Rue's Views (A noted naturalist and wildlife photographer answers questions frequently asked about deer), A Sense Of Order (It is good to feel this kind of tiredness, the fatigue of the body rather than of the mind, after a day of deer hunting)
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$5.00

1994
The Complete Sportsman's Fishing '94
Contents - Double Your Fun! (Expert angler Bill Dance selects a new lure and a new reel destined for big things on Bass and Crappie waters this year), Bass On The Breaks (Find the unique features where bottom structures are disrupted, and you'll have found where large numbers of bass are holding a town meeting), Trouting's Big 3 For '94 (Lucky indeed will be the serious fly fisherman who puts these three Western rivers on his 1994 destination agenda), Super Lines! (In certain applications, the new braided fishing lines may very well be the best line for the job. At other times, monofilament still gets the nod. Learn which line is best for you), Lighten Up For Lunkers (Want to catch slab-sided bluegills and other lunker panfish all year long? Then try this light-line system), Year-Round On The Yellowstone (Winter, spring, summer or fall, here's your guide to a year of tight lines on Montana's famed Yellowstone River), Largemouths For The Wall! (This amazing system consistently catches lunker largemouths perfect for the wall - from 5 to 15 pounds), Trophy Fish Of The Tundra (If catching a kaleidoscope's worth of colorful, tough-fighting fish is your idea of heaven, tackle up and head for Alaska), Superior Adventure (If you want to catch big lakers until your forearms freeze up, this Lake Superior "dream trip" is just what you've been waiting for), Surface-Slashing Smallmouths (When the bronzebacks are hitting on top - or on their beds - the light-tackle action just can't be beaten), Graphite Promises (Gary Loomis' new GLX anti-gravity graphite fly rods are some of the lightest, toughest and most sensitive fish sticks on the market), Those Dam Walleyes (Unlike other bodies of water, reservoir's can be barren of walleye-holding structures and may seem tougher to fish. But with these tactics, you can limit out), Trailwater Trout (For giant brown trout - with plenty of rainbows on the side - Tennessee's Clinch River is the hotest river the crowds haven't yet found), North-Woods Mixed Bag (From trout to walleye to trout to smallies, this Canada hotspot has it all!), Georgia's Other Record Largemouth (Nickie Rich's Georgia bass is the state's second largest all time. Here's the entire story of the 17 pound, 14 ounce record bucketmouth), No-Rules Brook Trout (This Canada hotspot for the biggest, and baddest, brook trout you'll ever cast a fly for should be at the top of your fishing trip list), "Whiteout" Bass Blitz (When the white miller mayfly hatch hits the smallmouth rivers, even the bottom-hugging bronzebacks come up for a feast) Special Section: New Tackle For 1994 - Complete roundup of all the new gear that will make your 1994 fishing more fun and more rewarding than ever, Lures and Baits, Electronics, Rods and Reels, Accessories
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