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American Angler
1 American Angler
MCC Magazines Fall 2007 Vol 30, Issue 5 magazine used 72 pages 
Contents:
Features:
  • Switched On! - New hybrid-rod technology promises to open uncharted water and allow you to present flies to fish you thought you'd never reach
  • Insurance-Policy Dry Flies - When your exact imitations aren't fooling trout, try one of these time-tested "suggestive attractors"
  • Do the Twist! - Easy-to-make faux furled leaders are strong, durable, and can be customized to match your gear, casting style, and quarry
  • Deep Cover - Blowdowns, root-balls, and overhanging branches are graveyards for flies and tippets. Use these tricks to draw big trout out of the lumber.
  • Expeditions: Browns, Bears, and Bigfoot - Colorado's Conejos River offers rare fishing for large brown trout in a gorgeous uncrowded setting

    Columns:
    Editor's Page
    FYI
    Gear I Love
    Entemology - cross-training Predator
    History - Ladders and Straps
    Fly Tyer
    Field Notes - the Redfish Traingle
    Natural Reflections - the Maverick
    Plain Talk - Refined Bobber Fishing
    Warmwater - Deep South Brookies
    Reading the Currents - Spring-Break Lockjaw

    Condition: Ex library book with library markings. Pages are clean. Cover has light wear. 
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    American Angler magazine 2007 Summer
    2 American Angler magazine 2007 Summer
    MCC Magazines Summer 2007 Vol. 30, Issue 4 magazine used 80 pages 
    Contents:
    Summertime Streamer Strategies:
  • Meadow-Stream Monsters - casting dry flies on a meandering creek is fun, but to catch the biggest trout there, you need to go fast, big, and deep
  • Top Sirloin - Big, meaty flies aren't just for dredging anymore. You can use streamers to tempt big fish to the surface
  • Gem-State Treasure - The Boise River System offers several distinct, productive trout fisheries within a stone's throw of Idaho's capital
  • The Perfect 10: Bronzeback Bonanza - Whether you want to hit 'em high or hit 'em low, these time-tested patterns will help you catch more smallmouth bass
  • Saltwater Drop Zone - You use dropper rigs for trout all the time; why not try multi-fly setups in salt water? You may be surprised by what you catch
  • Salmon Aweigh! - Off the coast of Vancouver Island, anglers chase birds and bait balls in search of cohos and kings

    Columns:
    Editor's Page
    FYI
    Entomolgy - night moves
    Warmwater - made in the shade
    History - a dreadful scourge
    Field Notes - the heat is on
    Natural Reflections
    Fly Tyer - Schizophrenic Dry Flies
    Plain Talk - Flingin' in the Rain
    Reading the Currents - Are We Fly Fishing Yet?

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    American Angler magazine 2008 January
    3 American Angler magazine 2008 January
    MCC Magazines Januar/February 2008 Vol. 31, Issue 1 magazine used 88 pages 
    Contents:
    Features:
  • Gear of the Year - It's like Christmas in September when fly-fishing manufacturers reveal next year's hot products.
  • Winter on the Springs - Pennsylvania's limestone spring creeks offer mid-winter shots at big, wary trout
  • Run Defense - Lodge-owner Brian Kraft leads the charge against a mine that threatens the Bristol Bay fishery
  • Stacking the Deck - Use this mending technique to defeat tricky currenst or to get your flies to the bottom fast
  • Closer Look - Bull trout
  • Expeditions: Monster Islands - New Caledonia is off the radar of most flats anglers, but it's home to some of the biggest bonefish in the world
  • Saltwater Fly Fishing

    Departments:
    Editor's Page
    Headwaters
    The Rant
    Entomology - The Metamorphoses
    History - strange attractors, Part II
    Field Notes - American Steel
    Fly Tyer - quality imports
    Natural Reflections - Pugnacious Prey
    Casting - Drifing for Distance
    Reading the Currents

    Condition: Pages are clean. Cover has light wear. 
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    American Angler magazine 2008 March
    4 American Angler magazine 2008 March
    MCC Magazines Publishing March/April 2008 Vol. 31, Issue 2 magazine used 88 pages 
    Contents:
    Features:
  • High and Dry - achieve longer dead drifts by holding your rod tip in the air and your line off the water
  • Backcountry Blackfoot - Montana's North Fork of the Blackfoot River offers wilderness fishing for aggressive westslope cutthroats
  • The Perfect 10 - When the ice goes out, the panfish are in, so cast one of these flies for early-season slabs
  • The Riverkeeper - For a quarter century, Rusty Gates has fought to keep the Au Sable safe from industry, development, and overuse
  • A Closer Look - Agwiden: A canoe made the old way
  • Saltwater Fly Fishing
    The Big Three - the trio of large, remote Alaska rivers provides your best chance to land a rainbow over thirty inches

    Departments:
    Editor's Page
    Headwaters: Southern Exposure, Revolutionary Flies, Sky Trout
    The Rant
    Natural Reflections - The Alpha Bug
    Guide Secrets - Micro Management
    Entomology - Bag 'Em and Tag 'Em
    Gear I Love - Kiwi Collection
    Fly Tyer - Spruced-Up Streamers
    Cating - Long-Rod Lessons
    Reading the Currents - Just an Average Day

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    American Angler magazine 2008 November
    5 American Angler magazine 2008 November
    MCC Magazines November/December 2008 Vol. 31, Issue 6 magazine used 80 pages 
    Contents:
    Features:
  • Busted! - The vast majority of broken rods are caused by angler error. Here's what you can do to avoid shattering your fly-fishing dreams
  • For the Record - If you want to get your huge fish in the IFGA record book, you have to rig up right
  • Closer Look - Coho Salmon
    Lake Greats - If you're searching for truly monstrous trout, get off the river and head for a big lake or reservoir
  • Steelhead Mash-Ups - These hybrid techniques - which combine elements of traditional methods - will help pinpoint your presentations and increase your strike rate this fall
  • Saltwater Fly Fishing

    Expeditions:
    Labrador Believers - Tales of the Atikonak River's huge trout seem too good to be true, but catching a six-pound brookie on a mouse pattern will convert even the hardhest skeptic.

    Departments:
    Editor's Page
    Headwaters
    Gear I Love
    The Rant
    Entomology
    History
    Natural Reflections
    Fly Tyer
    Casting
    Reading the Currents

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    American Angler magazine 2009 January
    6 American Angler magazine 2009 January
    MCC Magazines January/February 2009 Vol. 32, Issue 1 magazine used 80 pages 
    Contents:
    Features:
  • Gear of the Year - Even in tough times, fly-fishing manufacturers continue to make anglers' lives better, more fun, and more environmentally sound
  • Ten in the PM - Use these great patterns to catch trout, steelhead, and salmon from Michigan's mighty Pere Marquette
  • Closer Look: Full-Dress Finery - Classic Atlantic salmon flies are complex and exotic pieces of fly-fishing history
  • The King of Connectivity - With this web site, Marshall Cutchin has brought a guide's skills to the Internet
  • Amazing Discoveries - Underwater macro photos reveal what you can learn by studying the insects in your home waters
  • Saltwater Fly Fishing

    Expeditions:
    Gone to the Devils - Idaho's Seven Devils Wilderness offers extraordinary high-country trout fishing in a gorgeous natural setting

    Departments:
    Editor's Page
    Headwaters
    The Rant
    Entomology
    Plain Talk
    Guide Secrets
    Fly Tyer
    Field Notes
    Reading the Currents

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    American Angler magazine 2009 July
    7 American Angler magazine 2009 July
    MCC Magazines Inc. July/August 2009 Vol. 32, Issue 4 magazine used 80 pages 
    Contents:
    Features:
  • Bull Run - Late summer and early fall are prime time to tangle with the season's biggest redfish. Here's how to run with the bulls on your coast
  • Streamers & Indicators - Indicators not only improve your ability to detect strikes, they also add control and versatility to your streamer setups
  • Call to Action - Understanding how a fly rod works will help you choose the perfect stick for your style of casting and fishing
  • Closer Look: The River Dory - The design of modern drift boats is firmly rooted in the rivers of Oregon
  • Big Bronze on the Big Muddy - The upper Mississippi River runs relatively clear in Minnesota, and by late summer it's home to huge smallmouth bass
  • The Cape Cod Cure - Your remedy for the summertime striper blues lies at land's end along Cape Cod's famous outer beaches
  • Expeditions: Province of the King - Fly-fishing for Atlantic salmon in Canada's Newfoundland and Labrador province is legendary and easily accessible to U.S. anglers

    Departments:
    Editor's Page
    Headwaters
    Gear I Love
    Sweet Spot
    Entomology
    Field Notes
    Natural Reflections
    Saltwater Rigging
    Fly Tyer
    Reading the Currents

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    American Angler magazine 2009 March
    8 American Angler magazine 2009 March
    MCC Magazines Inc. March/April 2009 Vol. 32, Issue 2 magazine used 80 pages 
    Contents:
    Features:
  • Googling the Backcountry - Oneline mapping technology and GPS can help you find untapped waters and offer a way to create detailed fishing journals
  • Take It to the Bank - When it comes to stillwater success, we have much to learn from our brothers across the pond
  • Closer Look: Westslope Cutthroat - Struggling for survival in a tiny portion of its native range, the fish that fed American explorers is trying to make a comeback
  • Pick a Stick: Or How to Choose a Fly Rod - Whether you're browing in a fly shop or at a flea market, these 20 steps will help you determine if a fly rod is well made - and right for you
  • Working the Line - Use mends to make your flies dart, skip, or rise by adding fish-tempting action to your presentations
  • Saltwater Fly Fishing
  • Expeditions: Spell of the Yukon - The remote lakes of northwestern Canada teem with huge lake trout, pike, and grayling

    Departments:
    Editor's Page
    Headwaters
    Gear I Love
    Entomology
    Field Notes
    History
    Fly Tyer
    Reading the Currents

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    American Angler magazine 2009 May
    9 American Angler magazine 2009 May
    MCC Magazines Inc May/June 2009 Vol. 32, Issue 3 magazine used 80 pages 
    Contents:
    Features:
  • Angling on the Edge - Trophy brown trout are secretive, but the key to finding and catching them lies right at your feet along the riverbank.
  • Taper Tech - Fly-line tapers affect everything from your cast to how a line will fish on the water. Here's what you need to know to choose the right taper for any application
  • Closer Look: Tiger Trout - This colorful hybrid is a rare but worthy game fish on the life list of any angler
  • Pike Savers - Pike are voracious predators that tend to swallow flies whole. This novel pattern increases your release rate without compromising hookups
  • Return of the Natives - The run of migratory fish up the Elwha River has been blocked for nearly a century. All that is about to change
  • Expeditions: Down on the Tsiu - The Tsiu River offers some of Alaska's fastest and finest fishing for silver salmon

    Departments:
    Editor's Page
    Headwaters
    Gear I Love
    Entomology
    Guide Secrets
    Natural Reflections
    Fly Tyer
    Casting
    Reading the Currents

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    Field & Stream magazine 1962 August
    10 Field & Stream magazine 1962 August
    Holt, Rinehart and Winston Inc. August 1962 Volume 67 Number 4 magazine used 108 pages 
    Contents:
    Feature Articles:
    Dust or Ducks?
    The Perfect Flying Machine
    Super Digger and Tough Guy
    The Shark Menace: Can Science End It?
    Wild Sheep of the World
    Fish Are Wacky

    Where to Go:
    You Got Him, Son!
    Labrador Brook Trout
    Hunting Never-Never Land

    Photo Stories:
    Two New World Records
    Big Bend Pronghorns

    How to Do It:
    Test It First
    California's Light-Tackle Stripers
    The Sportsman's Notebook

    Condition: Pages are age toned, have corner wear and some have soiled spots. Cover has creases, edge tears, soiled spots, and wear to the edges and corners. Spine fold is torn and damaged. 
    Price: 8.25 USD

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    11 Fly Fisheman magazine 1985 September
    September 1985 Volume 16 Number 6 magazine used 80 pages 
    Contents:
  • Preserved in Amber. A fishing log preserves more than facts
  • Hoppertunity. When grasshoppers are in streamside meadows, trout feed readily on the windblown terrestrials. Use Dave's techniques and flies to get in on the facts
  • Tubing in Troubled Water.
  • North Carolina Native Trout. Brightly colored fish in pristine mountain streams are the hallmarks of trout fishing in the Tarheel state.

    The Hockey Method. Split the tails on any fly with this easy way thread technique

  • Return to the Androscoggin. This brawling New Hampshire river provides quality fishing for brooks, browns, rainbows, and landlocks
  • Lime Sallies. Lime or yellow, these little stoneflies are a significant hatch on many streams
  • Clouser's Hellgrammite. Furry Foam and Flashabou combine for an effective bass and trout fly
  • Tricks with Trikes. With the proper approach and the right pattern you can effectively fish the "Angler's Curse" Trico hatch
  • Callibaetis. Using the right fly and the proper technique are the keys to taking fish during the difficult summertime hatch.
  • Hopper Tying Tips. Adding legs to your hopper patterns can be easy

    Condition: Pages are clean with edge and corner wear. Cover has rubbing wear, creases, address sticker, tears, and wear to the edges and corners. 
    Price: 5.50 USD

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    Outdoor Life magazine 1964 December
    12 Outdoor Life magazine 1964 December
    Popular Science Publishing Co. Inc. December 1964 Volume 134 No. 6 magazine used 126 pages 
    Contents:
    Features:
  • Wild Wolf Hunt - Winter hunt in the Yukon turns into fight for survival
  • We Track Pheasants - To bag these tricky birds, we just wait for the snow
  • The Double Hat Rack - Expert tracking led to Ohio buck with unique rack
  • Nothing Like It - An odd little fish makes big havoc in Idaho and Utah (Bonneville cisco)
  • Destination...Ducks - Canoe blind permits middle-of-river hunting on calm days
  • Sailfish On a Fly - Such a feat may be impractical, but it sure was exciting
  • The Cape Buffalo (Fifth in a Series) - When M'Bogo pounds a victim, he makes the job last
  • Mountain Of Mule Deer - Three Texans find this corner of Colorado packed with trophies
  • New Steelhead Thrills - We drifted for steelies on a remote stretch of the Eel River
    A Cougar For Everybody - "Dead cat," Fred shouted. Then the cougar shook his head
  • The Bears in My Bed. Here's proof bears have no use for beds after hibernation
  • My Hare Turns White - On "fast" snow, the varying hare tests men and dogs
  • Rampart Dam: A Wildlife Catastrophe for Nothing? - Controversial dam plan threatens Alaska fish and game

    Condition: Pages are age toned and have corner wear. Cover has creases, soil, tears, marked-out address sticker, and wear to the edges and corners. Spine fold it torn at the top and bottom. 
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    Sports Afield magazine 1962 April
    13 Sports Afield magazine 1962 April
    The Hearst Corporation April 1962 magazine used 198 pages 
    Contents:
    Special Section on Panfishing:
    Panfishing
    Bluegill Festival
    Popping-Bug Walleyes
    Jumpfishing For Crappies

    Hunting Features:
    Put Your Trophies to Work - how to make useful objects from your antler collection
    Adventures with Pancho the Magnificent - cat hunting with a pointing parrot
    Sports Afield Yukon Wilderness Expedition - Part One
    Of Lions and Eagles: a majestic bird is a strange teacher

    Fishing Features:
    Quabbin Comes of Age
    The Rivers of America - The White
    How to Baitfish for Trout - an old fishing method updated
    The Blues will be back - a long-range fishing prediction by an expert
    What Are Your Fishing Rights: Some interesting facts on posted waters

    Special Features: How to Recondition a Worn Camp Axe
    Are You the Average Sportsman?
    Monster in Your Backyard
    Snakebite Treatment

    Condition: Pages are lightly age toned and have corner wear. Cover has rubbing wear, creases, address sticker, and wear to the edges and corners. Spine cover is torn at the top and bottom with a small piece missing on the top. 
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    Sports Afield magazine 1962 August
    14 Sports Afield magazine 1962 August
    The Hearst Corporation August 1962 Vol. 148 No. 2 magazine used 116 pages 
    Contents:
    Special Varmint Section:
    Sport's Afield's Varmint Guide
    All Kinds of Varmints
    Double Coon Hunt
    Chucking at 1000 Yards
    Hunting Nutria with a Bow and Arrow
    Wet-Back Jaguar

    Fishing Features
    The Rivers of America - The Ohio
    The Best Kind of Bad Luck
    Walking the Floor for Bass
    Late-Summer Catfish

    Hunting Features:
    Hunting the Idaho Primitive Area
    On Their Blind Side
    Sport's Afield's Yukon Wilderness Expedition - part 5 hunting mountain grizzlies

    Special Features:
    The Doggondest Cat
    Among All This Achievement

    Department Features:
    Letters
    Trap and Skeet
    Report From Washington
    Foil Cooking
    Mixed Bag
    Snap-Shoot Your Boat
    Night Fishing For Bass
    Playground of the Jetty Jockeys
    Turkey Gun
    What is Coprophagy?
    Sportsman's Quiz

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    Sports Afield magazine 1962 January
    15 Sports Afield magazine 1962 January
    The Hearst Corporation January 1962 Vol. 147, No. 1 magazine used 120 pages 
    75th anniversary issue. Contents:
    75 Years of Sports Afield

    Hunting Features:
    The Impossible Hunt. Can a bow and arrow be a match for a polar bear?
    Grand Slam the Hard Way. Collecting all four North American sheep
    Ducks from Horseback. An unconventional waterfowl hunt below the border
    30 Feet From Fury. Risking life and limb for a really big elephant

    Fishing Features:
    Great New Bass Killer. A new version of a not-so-new lure is knocking 'em dead
    Big Game in Fresh Water. Catching America's most overlooked game fish

    Special Features:
    Shotgun Surprise. How to teach a novice to shoot in two hours
    Hell in Catskin. A thrilling lion hunt in Mexico
    Know Your Game Birds. Part 5 - Rails and Gallinules
    The Return of the Boomerang. An ancient weapon makes a comeback

    Condition: Pages have corner wear and one is torn on the bottom edge. Cover has rubbing wear, creases, address sticker, and wear to the edges and corners. Spine is torn and has a large tear on the bottom. 
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    Sports Afield magazine 1962 July
    16 Sports Afield magazine 1962 July
    The Hearst Corporation July 1962 Volume 148 Number 1 magazine used 112 pages 
    Contents:
    Special Archery Section:
    Sports Afield's 1962 Archery Guide. A state by state reference for bow hunters
    Basic Bow and Arrow. Learn to shoot the longbow - correctly
    Wild Boar Bow Hunt - a thrilling hunt California style
    Archery for Big Game - pros and cons of African bowhunting
    Bowhunting for Jacks. Jackrabbits are a tough challenge

    Fishing Features:
    The Rivers of American - the St. Johns
    The Miracle that Swims
    Juggin' Fever - an almost lost art of taking river catfish
    Read the Rough Water

    Hunting Features:
    The Trophy Bear of Discovery Bay - a 69 year-old-man against an enraged Kodiak
    The Truth About the Deadly Quintet. Africa's big 5 game animals and how they rate
    Sports Afield's Yukon Wilderness Expedition - part 4 hunting trophy moose

    Special Features:
    Why Johnny Can't Fish
    Pops Takes on the Crows

    Department Features:
    Letters
    Report from Washington
    Trap and Skeet
    Navigating Shallow Clogged Waters
    The Elk Gun
    Mixed Bag
    Raising Your Own Quail
    Blue-Water Fishing
    Where to Fish in July
    Rendezvous Camping
    National Championship Winner
    Sportsman's Quiz

    Condition: Pages have edge and corner wear. Cover has tears and deep scratches. Spine is torn on the bottom. Pages have edge and corner wear. 
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    Sports Afield magazine 1962 June
    17 Sports Afield magazine 1962 June
    The Hearst Corporation June 1962 Volume 147 Number 6 magazine used 156 pages 
    Contents:
    Fishing Features:
    The Rivers of America - The Columbia. 4th in this series of rivers and their hotspots
    A New Dawn For Good Fishing. Latest developments
    Striper Fishing by Outboard
    A Sucker for Muskies
    Poor Man's Steelhead

    Hunting Features:
    Who Says Black Bear Won't Kill? Action packed thriller
    Sport's Afield's Yukon Wilderness Expedition - Part 3 hunting the Dall sheep
    Where the Wild Goose Goes
    Hunting Manitoba's Many Moose

    How-To Features:
    "Pork Chops" For Bass - one man's secret bass whammy
    How to Make a Knife Carrier - use small game pellets for this handy sheath
    Secrets of Outdoor Cooking

    Special Features:
    Pops and the Restigouche Salmon
    Nobody Understands the Hawk

    Department Features:
    Letters
    Report From Washington
    Cold Cache
    Trap and Skeet
    Common-Sense Small Boat Piloting
    Mixed Bag
    What's New in Arms
    The Pikes
    Fins Beneath the Sea
    The Green Stick
    Kennel Runs
    Pointer versus Setter
    Sportsman's Quiz

    Condition: Pages are age toned and the last few have moisture wrinkling. Cover has marked out address sticker, creases, and edge and corner wear. Back cover has dampstain and moisture wrinkling. 
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    Sports Afield magazine 1962 September
    18 Sports Afield magazine 1962 September
    The Hearst Corporation September 1962 Vol. 148 No. 3 magazine used 154 pages 
    Contents:
    Wing Shooting Section:
    Marsh Hens - hunting South Carolina's mystery marshes
    Pheasant and Quail Surveys
    Mourning Doves
    Shooting Dogs canine partners
    Sandhill Cranes
    Pheasants

    Fishing Features:
    The Rivers of America - The Rio Grande
    Surinam - Great Fishing Discovery
    Fall Fishing

    Hunting Features:
    Lucky Hunt in the Snow
    Guarantee Your Deer Now
    Sport's Afield's Yukon Wilderness Expedition part six trophy caribou

    Special Features:
    Some Rights Should Be Left
    Tag Them Again

    Department Features:
    Letters
    Trap and Skeet
    Report From Washington
    Squeakin' Up Ringnecks
    1962 Duck Forecast
    Know Your Horse
    Mixed Bag
    Improve Your Bird Shooting
    Fish the Atlantic Shore
    The Catfishes
    Treat Your Boat Right
    How Many Breeds?
    Sportsman's Quiz

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    Practical Outdoor Survival, McDougall, Len
    19 McDougall, Len Practical Outdoor Survival
    Lyons & Burford Publishing 1992 1558212280 / 9781558212282 hardcover used 148 pages, 5 1/2 inches by 8 1/2 inches tall 
    Cover: "Here is a thoroughly practical, "hands-on" guide to wilderness survival by a teacher of survival procedures who has used these techniques himself in genuine survival situations. Most guides to wilderness survival assume that one wants - or needs - to live like the 19th century mountain men, lacking modern technology and materials. Len McDougall disagrees. Using modern materials (like the "space blanket," composed of aluminum-laminated plastic) the modern survivalist has better means to live unscathed in the ages past. Covered here are complete instructions for assembling the basic survival kit, constructing shelters of all kinds and in varying weather and terrain, obtaining food and water, resuce strategies, compass use, fishing and hunting with emergency gear, and much, much more.

    Practical Outdoor Survival belongs in the backpack of anyone who ventures into the wild."

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    Field & Stream magazine 1962 August
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