1983 Outdoor Life

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March
Features - A Raging Boar (The wild boar had seriously injured my hound. I should have taken that as a warning); The Great Deception Of '51 (Where lay enlightment? My parents said the schoolhouse, but I said the pond); Build And Set Your Own Bait Trap (The plans for an easy-to-build trap and the instructions for how to set it); Light Lines Plus (Perhaps the best plus for using lighter lines is that the lighter lines mean heavier stringers); Hottest Trout Stream In America (The Bighorn River boasts Trout fishing and statistics that would be unheard of anywhere else); The Legend Of Sleepy Homosassa (Armed only with fly rods, these anglers seek a legendary, gutbustin' tussle with a 200-pound Tarpon); The Trophy Turkey Hunter (Fred Darty specializes in hunting canny old turkey gobblers that no one else would kill); Shedding Light On Nighttime Bass (Fishing at night with a blindfold on revealed startling facts about Largemouth to this angler); Varmint Calling Can Be Dangerous (Calling bears, cougars, coyotes and foxes is an exciting sport but sometimes it's dangerous); Jiggerpole Bass (A cane pole, short length of line and a lure is all you need to outfish even the best bass men); Return Of The Real Rabbit Dog (Here's what you should know about the great revival of the old-time rabbit-hunting hound); Attacked By A Grizzly (The only things that could help me when I was attacked were my fists and quick thinking); Save Your Tail (All it takes are pegboards and string to preserve your turkey tails and the memories of your hunt); The Wealth Of Age (A sportsman's "declining years" can be much more rewarding than his frantic salad days); Tickle Their Ribs (If you filleting fish the way most sportsmen do - you're wasting some good eating); Windin' For Crappies (Windin' is a bit of flippin; and a lot of flyfishing - and it sure brings in crappies!); Grabbin' Cats (Catching big Catfish barehandedly requires two things; a little rope and a lot of nerve) Midwest Specials - Midwest Mystery Fish (What's a sauger? Midwestern anglers are quickly finding a tasty answer to the much-asked question); Steelhead At Your Door (Here they are! The very best steelhead streams in the Midwest, and they're just a cast away); Hottest Lake In The Ozarks (Break out the fishing rods! Missouri's Truman Reservoir is making big headlines with big fish); Bronzeback Boom (A fish-stocking experiment gone haywire. Smallmouths are growing faster and fatter in Kansas); Michigan Walleye Comeback (After a 20-year layoff, Walleyes - lots of them - are again prowling Michigan waters); Spring Thaw Salmon (It can get downright cold at times, but early-bird Salmon fishing on Lake Michigan is tops); There's Trout In Them Black Hills (Don't go West, fishermen. South Dakota has just what you're looking for - Trout-filled streams); Around Your Region (Illinois honkers, Ontario Trophy Bass, Iowa Catfish, South Dakota Walleyes, falconry and more); Bushwackin' Hoosier Bass (When the water is high from late-winter rains, Bass go on a feeding binge in Indiana impoundments) Departments - Editorial Trails (They're still selling your forests); What's On Your Mind? (Start eating); Fishing (The unbelievable Lawrence X-15); Sport Vehicles (Back on track); Shooting (The 1983 riflescopes); Starnes-At-Large (Holding gun-makers liable); What's New (Gear for sportsmen); Bowhunting (Answers to questions); Sports Medicine (Prevent choking death); Hunting Dogs (On a dog's own terms); The Last Laugh (The art of getting lost)
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July
Features - A Wave Of Terror (We clung to our overturned boat and prayed. It was all we had - faith, and our trolling motor); The Lucky 7 Deer-Hunting Places (If you have a date with a deer, I can tell you where you're least likely to be stood up); Where The Rainbows Reign (Many anglers are convinced that the next world-record Rainbow will come from Pend Oreille); The No-Think Trajectory Table (With many rifles, you can aim dead-on and forget bullet drop out 275 yards and more); Bass Like It Hot (Several studies show that Bass like warmer water than was previously thought); New Sport Trucks To Take Afield (The latest in pickups can pack in with more performance and sure-footed style); Llama Trekking For Trout (Fuzzy-faced friends from the Andes offer a new aid for pack-in fishing); Pandemonium Panfish (There's a ruckus among us - and it's the secret to catching boatloads of Bream) Midwest Specials - Salmon At Death's Door (Find lots of fish and shelter from winds while other Lake Michigan anglers are dry-docked); Float To Summertime Bass (Get away from the crowds and get in on the great Missouri summer stream fishing); Bass And Blue (Float-fishing Indiana's Blue River is the perfect cure for the summertime blues); Pike Above The Fire Line (The Northern Pike is a prize that few Ohio anglers hear of. But word is spreading); Pride Of Milwaukeeland (These Wisconsin hotspots are just a short drive away and are perfectly proven trophy lakes); Hawkeye's Best Bass Lake (Don't cuss the snags. There just might be a six-pound Iowa Bass in there someplace); Erie Catfish (Erie Catfish aren't spooky at all. If nact, catching a cooler full is child's play); Around Your Region (Wisconsin Brown hotspot, Iowa Wipers, Minnesota Wolves, new lake Trout strain and much more); Walleye Capital Of The World (South Dakota's Lake Oahie has got Walleyes galore and may soon be a hotspot for Salmon, too); They're Selling Our Forests - Chapter II (We've won the first battle to save our land but the war has just begun) Departments - Editorial Trails (Hunting at the crossroads); What's On Your Mind? (Taking on the BIA at last); Taking Aim (Should hunters pay for crime?); Fishing (The end of the line); Shooting (Your dream gun); Boating (Fireworks to go afloat); Sport Vehicles (New performance pickups); The Last Laugh (A boy and his (ugh!) dog)
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September
Features - White-Out Elk (The huge Bull Elk charged from out of the blizzard as I fired from the hip), Bonus Projects For Your Chain Saw (With this most versatile of self-powered tools, plus a little practice, you can turn firewood into furniture), Home Sweet Home For Whitetails (Bucks spend 90 percent of their time in one core area. Find that and you've found your Buck), River-Bottom Whitetails (To most hunters, the West is synonymous with Muleys but it's where I got my record Whitetail), Muleys In Your Pocket (Mountains and Muleys aren't inseperable. Low-land pockets of "barren" cover hold Deer), Plan Your Own Dream Hunt (That "hunt of a lifetime" is just around corner. My method makes it cheap and easy), A Lure For All Seasons (Two Bass fishing experts claim the spinnerbait is the deadliest lure of all), Get Elk With A Turkey Call (Wayne Carlton calls in three Bulls for every two days of hunting with his Turkey call), How To Find Pheasants (There's a new generation of Pheasants afield. The time has come for hunters to change tactics), 1983 Deer Hunting Forecast (Reports from coast to coast call for great Deer hunting in most states) Midwest Specials - Midwestern Deer Forecast (If you are getting shut out while Deer hunting, try hunting these Midwestern hotspots), Timetable For Timberdoodles (This fall, Michigan hunters can reliably predict when Woodcock hunting will be at it's best), Fall For Show-Me Turkeys (You may be thinking Deer but you can indeed Gobble up Turkeys this fall in Missouri), Double-Barrel Doves (Burn up those shells! The action on Doves is hot and heavy in the Land of Lincoln), Around Your Region (Great Lakes Pink Salmon, Wisconsin Whitetails, Iowa waterfowling, Michigan's great land grab, and more) Departments - Editorial Trails (We're having a party), What's On Your Mind? (Packstring poet), What's New (Gear for sportsmen), Taking Aim (Oil-rig reefs), Boating (How to buy a bargain), Sport Vehicles (Taking your car in tow), Shooting (Gnatweight Deer rifles), Bowhunting (Answers to your questions), Hunting Dogs (First aid for dogs), The Last Laugh (The swamp) Reader Information - Dog And Kennel, Game Breeding, Where To Go, Classified
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October
Features - Man vs. Mantra (Ensnared in our anchor rope, the Mantra Ray headed for the bottom - with us in tow), A Second Look At Gun Control (The major media are giving more attention to the pro-gun faction - and it's about time), Solving The Whitetail Puzzle (Puzzled by Whitetails? This new research just may be your ticket to a venison dinner), The Biggest Deer Drive Ever (They tried to drive 10,000 Deer across the Grand Canyon, but the result was zilch), How To See Deer Before They See You (For every Deer the average hunter sees, there are 10 others that he doesn't see), Best Bet For Blackpowder Bucks (When you hunt during Utah's blackpowder season your Mule Deer is practically guaranteed), A Bassin' Man's Guide To Wormin' (When it comes to catching enough Hawg Bass for a fish fry, nothing beats the ol' worm), Four Who Stalk (Taking a stand and waiting isn't good enough for men who can go to the Deer), Squirrel Hunting: No Small Game (Employing big-game hunting methods for Squirrels often leads to a hefty game pouch), You Don't Have To Climb For Chukar (These birds choose the toughest terrain, but there are tricks to take them), A Tribute To Ben East (Outdoor Life Field Editor Ben East wins the distinguished service award), Do We Shoot Too Many Grouse? (It's often said that hunting doesn't reduce Grouse numbers, but it often may not be true), Wolves At My Door (It took global headlines to get the Yukon government to set up a Wolf program) Midwest Specials - Pheasant And Quail In Corn Country (Southern Iowans have hard-to-beat Pheasant and Quail hunting right at their doorsteps), The Big Buck Belt (Don't drive north this Deer season. Whitetails in southern Minnesota weigh up to 300 pounds), Steelhead: Stage The Fall Intercept (Once you feel the power of a fall Steelhead, you'll be hooked on this brand of stream fishing), The Dakotas' Double (Duck and Pheasant hunting in the Dakotas is a double play you won't want to pass up), Bucks Amid Ducks (Missouri's Whitetail areas are a bowhunter's best hope for a trophy Whitetail this fall), No-Joke Jacksnipe (Stop laughing. You Wisconsin gunners will burn shells when after these darting marsh birds), Around Your Region (Huron's missing Salmon, jump shooting Wisconsin Ducks, Indiana lifetime license, Ohio trapping, and mmore), Yesteryear Deer (Ohio hunters go primitive for Whitetails this fall on three state wilderness areas) Departments - Editorial Trails (Have I got a deal for you), What's On Your Mind? (In praise of Outdoor Life), Sport Vehicles (The new downsize Jeeps), Boating (Outboards for 1984 preview), Shooting (A scope for your .22), What's New (Gear for sportsmen), Bowhunting (Answers to your questions), Taking Aim (Maine Moose hunting extinct?), Fishing (Nets, tailers and gaffs), Sports Medicine (Put this in your first aid kit), Hunting Dogs (Hunting coons with a computer), The Last Laugh (Into each life a little fall) Reader Information - Dog And kennel, Where To Go, Game Breeding, Classified
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