1960 Outdoor Life

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January
Features - Art Of Spin Flying (This tackle does a dozen new tricks with Trout flies), We Shot The Works (They scored an incredible four-for-four on Arizonas Desert Rams), 40 Sleeps North (No white men had ever run this wild subartic river), My 15,000 Rattlesnakes (That's the score in this one-man grudge war against buzztails), North American Big Game: The Mule Deer (Superbly antlered, curious and adaptable, he's no fool), Fishing Down Main Street (Drowned ruins are playgrounds for Bass in this new lake), Meanest Bear Of All (We hunt Yezo Brown Bears with the mysterious hairy ainu), High, Wide And Handsome (Montana leads to the record Elk head of the century), Knockout Drops (This Texan takes Deer alive with gun that shoots tranquilizers), January Adventure (Sailing the winter seas like Gloucestermen of old - but with a difference), Best Time For Fox (An Ohio expert gives the low-down on how to fool Mr. Fox) Departments - Angling (Some days nothing beatslive bait), Archery (Helpful tips on maintenance of gear), Boating (How to get the most out of a boat show), Camping (Tips for campers who are hitting the road), Dogs (Start retriever training early), Salt Water (Try chumming for a bigger day's catch), Shooting (Why apparent straightaways are missed)
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March
Features - What's Left Of The Madison? (Eyewitness to August's tragic quake reports on aftermath), North American Big Game: The Bighorn (Few men invade the high-world of this mountain monarch), Waters I'd Like Most To Fish This Spring (Outdoor Life's field editors name 40 spots for "dream" fishing), Rarest Moose (Finding a trophy Shiras was tougher than we'd thought), Voice Of Danger (They say that trouble doesn't telegraph ahead, but it did), Chalk-Line Chucks (How to hit woodchucks at 500 yards), Follow The Arrows For Big Bass (Outboard boats take us to heart of this Florida wilderness), No Spring Chicken (It was Old Tom himself I was after on the Tennessee ridges), Ray Bergman Says Goodbye (Our famous angling editor retires to concentrate on fishing), Ice Begin Move (A polar-bear hunt with dog sleds and Eskimo guides), Chow Line (Mama bear finds our fish rack a dandy place to stop for dinner), Pike Carnival (My guide laughed when I tried flies on Manitoba's big pike) Departments - Angling (Ray Bergman says goodbye), Archery (Competitive shooting and how it's done), Boating (Special section on 1960 boat trailers), Camping (Tips on firewood, fires and fireplaces), Dogs (Action at two Spaniel trails), Salt Water (Light-tackle methods for Sailfish), Shooting (Choosing the right rifle for deer)
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