1982 Outdoor Life

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January
Features - Close Call (Dry ice dangerous? Yes, so my partner and I learned after almost losing our lives), Record-Book Pronghorn (I shot the most unusual Boone and Crocket Antelope ever taken), Jinx-Breaker Bear (We were closing in on a giant wounded Bear. Then it charged), Hounds, Rabbits and Blue-Bellies (Blue-bellied swamp Rabbits have a bagful of tricks Cottontails never thought of), The Unpredictables (Wolves, Grizzlies and Cougars - you can never know what they'll do next), The Giant Hunters (Ten top Lunker-Bass fishermen tell all. Among them they have 300 years of savvy), Callers For Dollars (Calling predators to the gun is exciting, and high fur prices make it profitable too), Elephants Are For The Birds (Try windshooting from an Elephant's back, and the best dogs pale by comparison), Grand Canyon Treasure (Few know it, but there's fantastic fishing for giant Rainbows in the Grand Canyon), Mistakes Muleys Make (Mule Deer aren't stupid, but they do make mistakes. Know them and you can score), My Chance Of A Lifetime (I was near a possible world-record Elk, when a five-point showed up. Should I shoot?), Why We Need Handguns (The next time someone wants to take away your handgun, tell them to read this story) Midwest Specials - Backcountry Icefishing (Dozens of neglected lakes in Michigan and Wisconsin are readily accessible to icefishermen), Hounding The Brush Wolf (To those who chase it, this northern Coyote is a great game animal that has a valuable pelt), Rainbow Alley (Now's the time to fish Missouri's Taneycomo, one of the Midwest's finest Trout lakes), Frozen Country Lakers (The tales I've heard are true. Ontario offers fantastic icefishing for trophy-size Lake Trout), Are You Walking On Thin Ice? (Be sure you answer these questions before going out on untested frozen lakes and streams), Those Darn Dakota Jacks! (Helping to rid farms of these destructive pests can be great sport during midwinter), Around Your Region (Turkeys expand ranges in Wisconsin and Iowa; Trout in Big Mac; Pike in Twin Cities lakes) Departments - Editorial Trails (The right medicine), What's On Your Mind? (A convert's story), Starnes At Large (A timber company wakes up), What's New (Gear for sportsmen), Bowhunting (Answers to reader's questions), Boating (Answers to boating questions), Shooting (Gun care in the cold), Fishing: Jerry Gibbs (Puff the magic fly), Fishing: Lefty Kreh (A case for rod care), Hunting Dogs (Out in the cold), The Last Laugh (The cat and the cat burglar) Reader Information - Shopping, Where To Go, Classified
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February
Features - Ice Trap (I suddenly found myself under the frozen surface of the river with no way out), The Judas Bird (To use or not to use Turkey decoys. Some say they're OK; others violently disagree), Fish On! (My hard-earned tips on how to fight fish cold help you land that next Lunker), The Secret Of The Palolo Worm (Tarpon fishing never gets wilder than when the strange palolo worms hatch), Log Your Way To Lunkers (Keeping a fishing log will help you catch more and bigger Bass than you thought), Thieves In The Woods (Hundreds of illegal outfitters are ripping off sportsmen and legitimate operators), Mr. Spinnerbait's Secrets (Whether fishing for money or fun, I love to use spinnerbaits. Here's how to use them), Jaws That Are Real (Complete protection has brought Alligators back, but they are killing dogs and people), New Bugs For Bass (Dave Scadden and I found that Bass couldn't resist his innovative flyrod lures), The Day The Red Gods Sneered (I have tried very hard, but I haven't been able to forget anything about this awful hunt), Oil And Troubled Waters (Slob oil drillers threaten to ruin hunting and fishing in this 500,000-acre national forest) Midwest Specials - Hare Today, Hare Tomorrow (Looking for superb upland gunning this winter? Hunt for Snowshoe Rabbits), Dam Walleyes Of Ole Miss (The Mississippi's huge navigation dams provide good Walleye fishing at ice-out), The Shawnee Ambush (The Shawnee National Forest provides much of Illinois' best Turkey hunting), The Anytime Bass (Kansas and Missouri fishermen should be preparing for the spring run of White Bass), Around Your Region (Prime time for Fox hunting; Bluegill fishing tips; Wisconsin's Brule; Missouri Rabbits), Ohio's Gold Rush (The Golden Trout program is thriving. Herre's how to fish for these hybrids in nine lakes), Best Crappie Lake In Michigan ("Holloway is the best Crappie lake I've fished," says one angler. A profile of this lake) Departments - Editorial Trails (What's in a name?), What's On Your Mind (Endrin and the farmer), Starnes At Large (Knives - a hunter's best friend), What's New (Gear for sportsmen), Bowhunting (Deer-hunting tips, Bear attacks), Sport Vehicles (Using maps to plan your trip), Shooting (Answers to readers' questions), Fishing: Jerry Gibbs (Reel breakthrough), Boating (Answers to boating questions), Hunting Dogs (Grouse dogs defined), Fishing: Lefty Kreh (The canoe can do), The Last Laugh (Poof - no eyebrows) Reader Information - Shopping, Where To Go, Classified
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March
Features - Crawl For Life (With a broken leg, I crawled toward rescue flat on my back), Dining With The Largemouth (This scuba diver and photographer studies Bass, particularily their voracious feeding), The BASS Classic Caper (I have a reputation for shutting off fishing, so I headed for the BASS Classic), A Bear For The Baron (My client was a genuine baron. Our Alaska Bear hunt was one I'll never forget), Salmon Fishing Today (Pacific Salmon raise pulse rates whenever they swim. Here's how to join the excitement), Tackle: What's New In '82 (The key word in this year's tackle is improvement. A look at the latest innovations), I'll Never Hunt Ducks Again (Lost, cold and wet, my hunting partners and I knew our chances of survival were slim), Uncle Roy Talks Turkey (A 91-year-old hunter who has taken more than 500 toms tells you how he does it), Fred Bear At 80 (More than any other person, Fred Bear has made bowhunting the sport it is today), How To Go On Your Dream Hunt (Why not make your hunt of a lifetime come true by making plans right now?), Big Rivers, Big Walleyes (Catching trophy-class Walleyes in big rivers demands knowing how to read the waters), Outdoor Life On Television (Hunting season over, fishing trip rained out? Don't despair. There's great hunting and fishing on TV) Midwest Specials - Fishing The Power Plant Lakes (More than two dozen Midwest power plant lakes offer good open-water winter fishing), A Plan In The Hand For Turkeys (Now is the time to begin planning for your Ohio spring Gobbler hunt), New Season For Steelhead (Three years ago I discovered I could catch steelies through the ice. Here's where), Iowa's Spring Bass Discovery (Iowa's best Bass waters are not the giant impoundments that attract winter skiers), Oh Those Cohos! (St. Patrick's Day is my target date with Lake Michigan Coho Salmon), Around Your Region (Missouri's White Bass fishing, Wisconsin's big Pike, Midwest fishing information), Rock Bass...Ozark Style (Hey, all you goggle-eye fishermen. The Ozarks are home to top spring action) Departments - Editorial Trails (The shame of Morton Grove), What's On Your Mind? (Readers react to handgun story), Starned At Large (Should you always tip a guide?), What's New (Field reports on new gear), Boating (Answers to boating questions), Sport Vehicles (A look at the new, smaller RVs), Fishing: Jerry Gibbs (Rigging for the Pendulum Cast), Fishing: Lefty Kreh (Pendulum cast how-to), Bowhunting (Experts answer readers' questions), Shooting (Down to cases), Hunting Dogs (News and notes), The Last Laugh (The BASS Classic Caper) Reader Information - Where To Go, Classified
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April
Features - Things Change (Hunting has changed, but take it all in all, and it adds up to more and better sport), Killer Bass Baits! (Some live baits work so well that sometimes I wonder whether they ought to be banned), Fish The Magic Edges (Many game fish stay close to edges. Recognize these places and improve your catch), Of Bucks And Boys (My son came unglued when he wounded a big Buck, but he put himself together again), Big Boom In Soft Lures (These new lures wiggle, twist, sparkle, wag, squish and just smell nice), Too Close To Shoot (I had to get close to make a killing shot, but this Bear peered right into my blind), Catfish Coast To Coast (No flashy show-off it will ever be, but the Catfish has thousands of fans just the same), Salmon On TV (Dick Pool's underwater movies have revealed some surprises about how Salmon strike), What's New In Minitrucks (This year's downsize pickups offer more features and options than ever before), Rolling Stone (The cliffside trail was narrow, and my horse fell over the edge with me in the saddle), The Deadly Shadow Of Endrin (A 1981 fish kill served notice that chemical pollution could end American hunting) Midwest Specials - A Time For Walleyes (Fisheries biologists from Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin pick top Walleye lakes), Unlocking Table Rock (Pork baits are the secret to big Bass on Missouri's Table Rock Lake), Spring, Steelhead And You (In Michigan, Steelhead fishing is a rite of spring. A roundup of the best waters), Cats: Where To Find 'Em (A guide to the best Catfish waters in your region and a listing of record fish), Walleyes In The Land Of Oz (Kansas Walleye fishing is no longer one of the best-kept secrets in the Midwest), Around Your Region (Great Lakes trolling tips for Salmon and Trout, Iowa's big rivers, Michigan sportfishing), North Dakota's Muskie Boom (North Dakota's Muskie fever is spreading because of a successful stocking program) Departments - Editorial Trails (No TIME for guns), What's On Your Mind? (More mail on handgun story), Starnes At Large (Handling bad days in the field), What's New (Gear for sportsmen), Fishing: Jerry Gibbs (The Zara Spook lives), Bowhunting (Answers to readers' questions), Boating (Answers to boating questions), Sport Vehicles (What's new in minitrucks), Shooting (High-speed metallic reloading), Hunting Dogs (Champion pointers on the sofa), The Last Laugh (The scar mystique) Reader Information - Shopping, Where To Go, Classified
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May
Features - In A Fog (The fog crept in on little cat feet and suddenly we were lost and headed for the rocks), Why I Voted Against Gun Control (This New York Senator votes against gun control for reasons that may surprise you), The Conservation Award (When developers of Alaska's North Slope oil fields needed environmental help, Angus Gavin was there), Moonlighting For Bass (If Bass don't bite in daytime, fish after dark. The action might surprise you), Blueprint For Bear (Here's a roundup of the best places to hunt Black Bear in the United States and Canada), He Caught 10,000 Stripers (This Striper expert combines mountaineering with precision casting to score on Lunkers), On Borrowed Time (A large part of hunting and fishing is having to deal with the capricious ways of nature), Work Hard For Big Browns! (Catching outsize Brown Trout takes some doing, but all the effort is worth it), Big Breakthrough In Fishing (Here are two scientifically proven findings that will help you catch more Bass), We Took To The Woods (My family and I were fed up with city life, so we moved to the north woods), Fish Canada For $21 A Day (You don't have to spend big bucks to fish remote Canadian lakes. Be your own outfitter), How To Modify Lures (Sometimes fish won't hit any of my offererings. That's when I use my lure-altering kit), Backwater Bluegills (If you want to catch one-pound or heavier Bluegills, it pays to take expert advice) Midwest Specials - Salmon City, Wisconsin (Anglers fishing out of Sheboygan have been chalking up record Salmon for 10 years), Trouting The Black Hills (If you're looking for scenic waters and superb Trout fishing, your search has ended), Windy City Perch (The piers and breakwaters of the Chicago lakefront are tops for Yellow Perch fishing), Mixed-Up Muskies (Muskie fishing at Pomme de Terre Lake is traditionally a fall affair. Or is it?), For Whom The Cowbells Troll (Cowbelling is a surefire system for catching Trout. But proper technique is essential), Around Your Region (Illinois tailwater fishing, time to hunt for morels, new Crappie hotspot), When Rivers Run White (The White Bass run on Wisconsin's Wolf and Fox Rivers is an unfailing herald of spring) Departments - Editorial Trails (Unmasking the administration), What's On Your Mind? (Right to bear arms), Starnes At Large (Uncle Wesley courts Quail), What's New (Gear for sportsmen), Sport Vehicles (Tips on selecting tires), Shooting (Answers to readers' questions), Bowhunting (Calling Deer, hunting boo-boos), Boating (Answers to boating questions), Fishing: Jerry Gibbs (The 200-foot spread system), Fishing: Lefty Kreh (Using more than one fly line), Hunting Dogs (Return of the real hunting Beagles), The Last Laugh (The hunters' workout guide) Reader Information - Shopping, Dog And Game Breeding, Where To Go, Classified
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June
Features - Balancing Act (My truck was balanced on the edge of a cliff. One wrong move, and I'd fall to my death), Sports Medicine Special (Here's how to make "roughing it" a little less rough, and what to do when anything that can go wrong does), The Making Of A Muskie Man ("Mister, show me how to catch a Muskie," the youngster said. And, I agreed), Welcome Back, Jigging Spoon (Freshwater anglers forgot about this great Bass lure. Now it's back stronger than ever), Tough Lakes Grow Walleyes (If you want a 10-pound Walleye, find a lake that's so tough most anglers won't try it), Polar Bear, The Hard Way (This steel-mill worker went on a $15.000 hunt that was the adventure of a lifetime), Break The Rules To Catch Bass (If you use time-honored tips to choose the best times and places for Bass, you're all wet), Scent Trails For Big Bucks (If you play your cards correctly, you can lure a big Buck right to your stand), The Cabin Anyone Can Build (With cordwood masonry you can build a cabin with less time and money that you'd think), The Unknown Henry's Fork (The river offers fabulous Trout fishing in solitude to those who do their homework), I've Been Shot (I felt safe in my yellow rain slicker, but then an arrow sliced into me) Midwest Specials - A Pocketful Of Lakes (Lake-hopping Bass anglers will find the reservoirs in southern Illinois a dream come true), Michigan's Muskie Factory (In one weekend, Lake St. Clair provided 130 legal-size Muskies to anglers), Clinton Comes Of Age (This lake is being touted as Kansas' best all-around fishery for 1982), Fly-In To Adventure (Our trip was a wilderness adventure. And it came at a price most anglers can afford), Best Spots For Panfish (Several Iowa lakes are underfished and offer anglers more fish than they could take), Around Your Region (Michigan Cohos, South Dakota Salmon, Ohio Quail and Pheasant and more), Hooked On Huron Herring (Whether you call them Herrings of Cisco, you can catch as many as you please) Departments - Editorial Trails (Millions and billions), What's On Your Mind? (Anti-gun controllers write on), Starnes At Large (The antis want your guns), Shooting (The .22 rifle rediscovered), Bowhunting (Answers to readers' questions), Fishing: Lefty Kreh (Fish for tomorrow), Fishing: Jerry Gibbs (The spinner fly comeback), Boating (Answers to boating questions), Sport Vehicles (Get a charge out of your battery), What's New (First aid for sportsmen), The Last Laugh (I'll get to it - someday) Reader Information - Shopping, Dog And Game Breeding, Where To Go, Classified
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July
Features - Up The Creek Without A Paddle (Poling is a practical way to go upstream by muscle power and improve your fishing), The Fine Art Of Bragging (The greatest challenge of bragging is trying to find an audience), Man's Best Friend (An angry Bear chased my dog, Cody, and headed straight for me), Big Bucks Or Nothing (Ken Yeater hunts only for big bucks, and he succeeds with a frequency that's amazing), Catch The World-Record Best (We were ready with a mountain of gear. Our goal was to do the impossible in only a month), More Fish, Less Rod (Ultralight tackle can help you catch more and bigger fish that you've ever caught before), The Boy Who Cried Wolf (He was correct in this case. Only luck and courage saw him through the terrible ordeal), A Real Trophy (A forkhorn or even a spike may mean more to the hunter than a record-book Buck), What Happened To Winchester? (Winchester is alive and well and living up to its pre-1964 reputation, only more so), Crafty Tricks For Crappies (A biologist and three ace anglers divulge their little-known tactics for Crappies), Float To Adventure (Every float trip is an adventure, even when the fish aren't biting - but they usually are), Fugitive Captured (The manhunt for accused killer Claude Dallas ended in a gunfight in the Nevada desert) Midwest Specials - Light-Tackle Lakers (Catch Lake Trout on the surface, in midsummer, at Lake Superior's Isle Royale), Aglow For Chinooks (Luminescent lures are really doing a job on the kings in Lake Superior), The White Bass Of Carlyle (Catch them till you arms are sore - and the hotter the weather, the better), Great Walleye Lakes (Four South Dakota reservoirs offer some ot the finest Walleye fishing in the Midwest), Prime Bear Hunting (Here's where and how to hunt the elusive Blackie in three states), Around Your Region (Minnesota Muskies, Indiana Steelhead, Wisconsin rafting controversy. summer Bass), Sandhill Big Bucks (This research area is your best bet for taking a trophy Whitetail) Departments - Editorial Trails (My favorite writers), What's On Your Mind? (At home with Outdoor Life), Starnes At Large (Crime in our national parks), What's New (Gear for sportsmen), Bowhunting (Answers to readers' questions), Sport Vehicles (Understanding oil), Fishing: Jerry Gibbs (The comeback of plastic plugs), Fishing: Lefty Kreh (Aiming your camera at fish), Boating (Answers to boating questions), Shooting (Winchester is alive and well), Hunting Dogs (The big Brit split), The Last Laugh (I fish, therefore I am) Reader Information - Shopping, Dog And Game Breeding, Where To Go, Classified
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August
Features - Hooked On Halibut (I was trapped underwater by my own Halibut rig. Would my wife react in time?), A Story You Won't Believe (Cal Coziah has taken more than 20 record-book Bucks and he hasn't entered a single one), How To Shoot The Big Game (If you can't hit it, you can't kill it, and there is only one way to up your hit ratio), Where The Bucks Go (After opening day, Deers are spooked and the Bucks disappear. Here's where they hide out), Field-Dressing Your Buck (Here's a very easy way to gut out your Deer in the field using only a knife and a piece of twine), Mule Deer I Have Known (I hunted Mule Deer for 27 years. Three Bucks stand out vividly in my memory), Backpack For Bulls (With our bows and bugles we went to where Elk had never heard a hunter bugle before), What We Learned About Bass (The world-record Bass is alive and well, and now we have some good guesses about where), Sense About Scents (Loren Butler makes and tests scents. What he says may get you a Buck this season), Tandems For Trout (A new tactic gives Trout a choice of two flies on every cast. It's hard to resist), Red-Hot Game (When I wear my red camouflage, other hunters see me, but the Deer never do) Midwest Specials - Woodcock Wonderland (Hunters have flushed more than 100 Woodcocks a day in Michigan's Upper Peninsula), The Key To Midwest Doves (Pinning down those early migrants is not always easy. Do you know what to look for?), "New" Michigan River (Five new fish ladders will open 50 miles of river to spawning Salmon and Steelhead), Hot Teal (Hunt in your shirt sleeves for these small Ducks that know every evasive tactic), The Underwater Tiger (Iowa anglers will soon have the opportunity to catch - and keep - Tiger Muskies), Around Your Region (Record poaching bust, Wisconsin catch-and-release, Illinois Pheasant facts, and more), Ozark Bass (Lake Ozark harbors plenty of Bass, but August success requires special methods) Departments - Editorial Trails (More or lease), What's On Your Mind? (Reining Reagan), Starnes-At-Large (A look at the Outdoors Majority), Boating (Answers to boating questions), Shooting (Check your rifle and yourself), What's New (Gear for sportsmen), Sport Vehicles (Camping franchises: dependable), Bowhunting (Answers to readers' questions), Fishing: Jerry Gibbs (How to flyfish for Muskies), Hunting Dogs (A higher magic of the hunt), The Last Laugh ("I think we're out of g-gas!") Reader Information - Shopping, Dog And Game Breeding, Where To Go, Classified
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September
Features - Rabid Fox Attack (I was alone hunting Deer when a Gray Fox suddenly ran up and leaped for my face), Using Your Common Scents (Some hunters claim scents work, other claim they don't. But the answer is in between), 1982 Deer Hunting Outlook (The country's Deer experts give you the rundown on this season's hunting outlook), Open-Country Muleys (Open country spaces provide all the cover a bowhunter needs to get all the Deer he wants), Whitetails I Have Known (A six-point, a muy grande and meat on the hoof, but I learned about Whitetails from them), Bugle Up A Bull (I don't stalk Elk, because when I blow my horn the Bulls come running), The Bass Fishing Machine (When you fish for the world-record Bass for a month, you need the very best boat and gear), Skinning Your Deer (If you want good venison and a deer hide that you can send off to be tanned, here's a good way to skin out), How To Hunt North Woods Deer (Taking a Deer in the northern forests means being in the right place at the right time), Trophy Buck Or Also-Ran? (For a trophy, you must be a good judge of antlers even when the buck's in brush), Finding Those Spooked Muleys (The bucks are still there after the first week of Deer season - and you can find them), Old Crooked Horn (Crooked Horn was not only the weirdest Buck I'd ever seen but the smartest as well) Midwest Specials - 12-State Deer Roundup (The latest information on Deer and Deer hunting in your state, plus local hotspots), Bet On The Muskie Bowl (Wisconsin's Sawyer County has the potential to provide the next world-record Muskie), Ignored Ohio Woodcock (Timberdoodles are leading quiet lives in Ohio because few hunters know the birds are there), Around Your Region (Illinois Ducks, new high in poaching fines, Iowa Huns increase, Ontario Steelhead) Departments - Editorial Trails (The California choice: Protection or prohibition), What's On Your Mind? (An eye opener), What's New (Gear for sportsmen), Shooting (Is the .30/06 still the best?), Hunting Dogs (Plain and fancy feeding), Fishing: Jerry Gibbs (How to wade), Sport Vehicles (The three-wheeled RVs), Fishing: Larry Kreh (Fight big fish on light lines), Bowhunting (Answers to readers' questions), Boating (Answers to boating questions), The Last Laugh (When I grow up...) Reader Information - Dog And Game Breeding, Where To Go, Classfied
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October
Features - "It's Still Alive!" (The trophy Buck I had just knocked down was mine for keeps...until he got up again), Hunting & Fishing Cabinet (If you're tired of tangled tackle and of seeing shells everywhere, here's a solution you can build), How To Have Tasty Venison (Scientific taste testing has determined what must be done to prepare delicious venison), Mineral Magic (If you recall your hunts by the aches you experienced on them, it's time for a little magic), Hunt The Long Shadows (You'll bag more game by starting to hunt at the hour that you would normally quit), A Bear On Your Own (Do you have a chance of getting a Bear without the help of a guide? You sure do), Rain Dance For Deer (This Louisiana hunter creates illustions in the woods - and bruiser Bucks come running), Deer Tactics For Turkey (Fall hunting is tougher than calling in the spring, but you can tilt the odds in your favor), The Phantom Goat (I was sure I'd bagged a trophy Goat, but that billy proved I still had much to learn), Butchering Your Deer (Here's illustrations of an expert's butchering method. It's easy and results in convenient table cuts of venison), Do Not Disturb! (If you stalk Mule Deer in their beds, you can pick your shot and nail a trophy Buck), Buck Fever And Other Diseases (I'm a fairly successful hunter, and I'm telling you this so I can cry on your shoulder), How To Call Deer (When I hunt with a call, I can usually entice Deer out, even in the middle of the day) Midwest Specials - Top River Cats (Anglers have to hang on to their tackle when fishing for these big Illinois Catfish), A Star Is Spawned! (Erie Smallmouths had many good spawning years. The Lunker results are now showing up), Rimrock Whitetails (Go on a true mountain hunt for Whitetails in South Dakota's Black Hills National Forest), Tri-Season Squirrels (As the seasons change, so do the bushytails' habits. Here's how to score year-round), Woodcock In The Willows (Many Iowa gunners don't hunt Woodcock. Those who do may see 10 to 13 flushes an hour), Around Your Region (Salmon snagging dispute, Wisconsin's Smallmouths, Isle Royale Wolves, Minnesota Bears), Prairie Pass Shoot (Kansas has double the Prairie Chicken harvest of any other Midwestern state) Departments - Editorial Trails (The first Outdoor Life calendar), What's On Your Mind? (Lead a fishin' mission), Boating (A sneak preview roundup), What's New (Gear for sportsmen), Starnes At Large (A book for concerned sportsmen), Sport Vehicles (Winches: what and why), Shooting (Scopes that tell the range), Fishing: Jerry Gibbs (Hot new worming tricks), Bowhunting (Experts answer your questions), Fishing: Lefty Kreh (Florida's best fishing), Hunting Dogs (A dog for doves), The Last Laugh (Sharing your big-game animal) Reader Information - Dog And Game Breeding, Where To Go, Classified
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December
Features - Bear Raid (I was asleep in a tent when a Bear crashed in, bit my arm and tried to drag me out), Bowhunting Silhouettes! (Here's a realistic target game in which hunting bows beat sophisticated archery gear), Plants Poison Grouse (Biologists are starting to think that during some years food poisons Grouse), How To Hunt Farm Bucks (Tips for taking Bucks that are bigger, healthier and fatter than those in the woods), They're Selling Our Forests (The U.S. Government wants to sell 144 million acres of our land), Tackle Your Christmas List (This list of goodies can help you avoid getting yet another necktie this Christmas), The Big Goose Wise-Up (The honeymoon is over. The Geese are so wary that only the best decoy rigs work), Payoff At Pyramid (Pyramid anglers use strange techniques to catch the world's largest Cutthroats), Up Your Cottontail Score (If rabbit hunters had the same efficiency as Pheasant hunters, we'd eat more hasenpfeffer), Horses I'd Rather Forget (I remember may of the hunting horses I've ridden - then there are some that I'd rather forget), Elk On Your Own (You don't need a guide to take you to the Elk. We were successful on our own) Midwest Specials - Thumbs Up Hunting (When Michigan's Pheasant habitat improved, Deer, Rabbit and Grouse prospered, too), The Ringneck Rerun (After a decade's absence, both Pheasants and Pheasant hunters have returned to Iowa), Capital Lakes For Crappies (Madison icefishermen don't venture far from home to catch loads of pound-size Crappies), Where Rabbits Run Rampant (Many Kansas hunters don't bother with Cottontails, but the hunting is phenomenal), Around Your Region (State waterfowl stamps, record Nebraska Crappie, lifetime Kansas licenses, and more), The Lure Of Late Ducks (Plenty of Ducks are still out there, but not where you found them last month) Departments - Editorial Trails (Regaining Alaskan hunting lands), What's On Your Mind? (Worth 1,000 words), Shooting (Too much gun?), What's New (Gear for sportsmen), Sports Medicine (Vitamins that fight winter), Sport Vehicles (No trunk? Try a trailer), Bowhunting (Experts answer your questions), Starnes At Large (Victory for outdoorsmen), Boating (Answers to readers' questions), Fishing (Tackle your Christmas list), Hunting Dogs (The blood trail), The Last Laugh (Visions of fish and game) Reader Information - Dog & Kennel, Game Breeding, Where To Go, Classified
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