1970 Outdoor Life

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February
Features - Cliff-Hanging Lion (A "forgotten" bait turns into an unforgettable last-minute lion), The Track Of The Whitetail (Intriguing story of why this deer abounds where once roamed none), A Night On The Ice (We use snowmobiles and a unique camper to get at wild squaretails), Mountain Grouse Are Work (To these dense Southern tangles you really have to earn your birds), High-Climb Kodiaks (We work harder than we'd dreamed for brown bears above snowline), Yellowtails By The Ton (And that's only part of our partyboats catch on this 4 1/2 day trip), Take Me To Your Pichiguilas (Our Mexican duck hunt goes from gastric disaster to gourmet cooking), Now's A Time For Bass (Men who catch lots of these fish keep bait or lure in the water), Artic Adventure (I learn biding respect for Eskimos who face hazards to hunt seals), A Spoiled Lion (A cagey she-cat I'd run for years leads me to a dangerous showdown), Weekend In Carlisle (I sample what may be the East's best area for top-fishing variety), Do You Know Your Bird Dogs? (This unusual quiz will check your facts and improve your knowledge), News Of Your Region (Special news sections on hunting, fishing and conservation) Departments - Archery (Information, please), Boating (How to buy a used trailer), Camping (Ways of coping with nature's nuisances), Dogs (That gunshyness bugaboo), Fishing (Weekend in Carlisle), Salt Water (Rocks on the brain), Shooting (Alas, the poor .25 calibers)
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June
Features - Last Chance For Atlantic Salmon? (The '69 catch off Greenland: 628,500. Fate at stake in June meeting), The Cyanide Creek Affair (We have two dangerous choices as we face a deer-styling grizzly), Riviere Philippe (We name a new brook-trout stream after a distinguished outdoorsman), New Goat Country (I get a rare chance at a Wyoming first, and my luck holds good), Jiggerpoling For Lunkers (Use a six-inch line on an 18-foot pole if you want big bass), No Gamebird Like It (Wild bird music, targets six feet wide - that's sandhill-crane hunting), Too Many Bass (If this lake has so many smallmouths, where are the fishermen?), The Wolves Circled (What wolves, bears and Indians taught me in 25 trapline winters), Roughing It On Smoothrock (Your bankroll curtails your fishing dreams? This may be your answer), Trail Of The Giant Tuna (A quest for this mysterious rover leads to a great new fishing area), Big Fish In Town (He won't hang over my mantle, but he's a plentiful, eager battler), A Silver Bullet For Me (I was on stand 20 minutes when I got a chance at a record-book buck), News Of Your Region (Special News sections on fishing, hunting and conservation) Departments - Archery (New kind of bowhunting), Boating (Navigation tips for fisherman), Camping (More new equipment for the '70s), Dogs (Shooting-dog championships), Fishing (Train of the giant Tuna), Salt Water (Your retrieve - how fast), Shooting (The functional rifle stock)
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