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Field & Stream

Vol. 126, No. 3 - 2021
Magazine

"The World's Leading Outdoor Magazine." devoted to the complete outdoor experience and lifestyle.

Field & Stream

Take Me to the River

One Wild Ride • From New York State to Colorado—and plenty of places in between—the author and his wife take the nonresident’s approach to hunting season behind the wheel of the ultimate road-tripping rig

My Truck Gun: The Answer • When all hope of teaching his daughter to shoot seemed lost, a basic break-open single-shot came to the author’s rescue

The Ghost of Gutkoski • The author pays tribute, and says goodbye, to the hunter who taught him the very meaning of persistence

My Truck Gun: A Scout From Scratch • When you ruin an old gun, you can see it as a mistake or an opportunity

The Long Shot • What are the chances a new shooter could learn to hit a target at 1,000 yards in two days? Pretty good, when you consider the odds her coach, Aaron Miesse, has overcome to rank among the country’s top long-range riflemen

My Truck Gun: Mixed Double • When the critter you spy from the truck might fly or hop, it’s smart to have a combo gun handy

Da-Dunk • Whether you hear the telltale sound under your tires or see the splat up ahead, critters getting squashed on the road are always unfortunate, sometimes gruesome…and most likely edible

My Truck Gun: The Hammer • A marred police revolver, at a can’t-beat price, makes the perfect tool for the truck or tractor

Back to Zero • Once the embarrassment of a miss passes, it’s time to get serious about getting back on target

First Flush • Each opening day of pheasant season reminds the author how lucky he is simply to chase birds

October Surprise • Everyone thinks mid-November is the best time to kill bucks, but if you go a few weeks early, you might just be amazed

Crapshoot • DIY waterfowling can be hit or miss, unless you happen upon a pond full of pig poo

In Search of Fun • A bit of Southern hospitality was just what I needed

Outdoor Life

Deer of the Years • Our fall (and this issue) revolves around deer, from exotic axis bucks to farm-country whitetails

Back 40

Ground Game • Jared Scheffler and his Whitetail Adrenaline crew helped show the hunting world that spot-and-stalk hunting mature bucks on public land wasn’t crazy after all

The Evolution of Food Plots and Habitat Management • A popular trend in deer management is about moving away from blanket spraying native weeds and from planting as many food plots as possible. The result is more wildlife—and bigger bucks

The Rarest Whitetail • A hunt for Oregon’s Columbian whitetail deer, classified as endangered until 18 years ago, highlights the reward of recovery

This Happened to Me! • Michael Tveraas’ skill as an NRA action-handgun champ saved his skin

Backcountry

Memoirs of a Mule Deer Hunter • Wildlife experts have been predicting a mule deer extinction for decades. Luckily, no one seems to have told the deer

Is Point Creep Killing Hunting? • Western draw systems have become increasingly complex, competitive, and expensive. Even as many big-game hunters grow skeptical of ever drawing the tag they want, they can’t stop putting in for that golden ticket

The Meat Hunters of Old Hawaii • Molokai Island is overrun with axis deer, which are a nuisance for farmers and problematic for native flora and fauna. But their abundance also feeds families—and the local hunting culture

The Long Game • Skills and gear that will help you shoot better while deer hunting this season

World of Whitetails • Our hunting culture revolves around deer—and I’m OK with that


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Frequency: Quarterly Pages: 110 Publisher: Camden Media Inc. Edition: Vol. 126, No. 3 - 2021

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  • Release date: October 28, 2021

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"The World's Leading Outdoor Magazine." devoted to the complete outdoor experience and lifestyle.

Field & Stream

Take Me to the River

One Wild Ride • From New York State to Colorado—and plenty of places in between—the author and his wife take the nonresident’s approach to hunting season behind the wheel of the ultimate road-tripping rig

My Truck Gun: The Answer • When all hope of teaching his daughter to shoot seemed lost, a basic break-open single-shot came to the author’s rescue

The Ghost of Gutkoski • The author pays tribute, and says goodbye, to the hunter who taught him the very meaning of persistence

My Truck Gun: A Scout From Scratch • When you ruin an old gun, you can see it as a mistake or an opportunity

The Long Shot • What are the chances a new shooter could learn to hit a target at 1,000 yards in two days? Pretty good, when you consider the odds her coach, Aaron Miesse, has overcome to rank among the country’s top long-range riflemen

My Truck Gun: Mixed Double • When the critter you spy from the truck might fly or hop, it’s smart to have a combo gun handy

Da-Dunk • Whether you hear the telltale sound under your tires or see the splat up ahead, critters getting squashed on the road are always unfortunate, sometimes gruesome…and most likely edible

My Truck Gun: The Hammer • A marred police revolver, at a can’t-beat price, makes the perfect tool for the truck or tractor

Back to Zero • Once the embarrassment of a miss passes, it’s time to get serious about getting back on target

First Flush • Each opening day of pheasant season reminds the author how lucky he is simply to chase birds

October Surprise • Everyone thinks mid-November is the best time to kill bucks, but if you go a few weeks early, you might just be amazed

Crapshoot • DIY waterfowling can be hit or miss, unless you happen upon a pond full of pig poo

In Search of Fun • A bit of Southern hospitality was just what I needed

Outdoor Life

Deer of the Years • Our fall (and this issue) revolves around deer, from exotic axis bucks to farm-country whitetails

Back 40

Ground Game • Jared Scheffler and his Whitetail Adrenaline crew helped show the hunting world that spot-and-stalk hunting mature bucks on public land wasn’t crazy after all

The Evolution of Food Plots and Habitat Management • A popular trend in deer management is about moving away from blanket spraying native weeds and from planting as many food plots as possible. The result is more wildlife—and bigger bucks

The Rarest Whitetail • A hunt for Oregon’s Columbian whitetail deer, classified as endangered until 18 years ago, highlights the reward of recovery

This Happened to Me! • Michael Tveraas’ skill as an NRA action-handgun champ saved his skin

Backcountry

Memoirs of a Mule Deer Hunter • Wildlife experts have been predicting a mule deer extinction for decades. Luckily, no one seems to have told the deer

Is Point Creep Killing Hunting? • Western draw systems have become increasingly complex, competitive, and expensive. Even as many big-game hunters grow skeptical of ever drawing the tag they want, they can’t stop putting in for that golden ticket

The Meat Hunters of Old Hawaii • Molokai Island is overrun with axis deer, which are a nuisance for farmers and problematic for native flora and fauna. But their abundance also feeds families—and the local hunting culture

The Long Game • Skills and gear that will help you shoot better while deer hunting this season

World of Whitetails • Our hunting culture revolves around deer—and I’m OK with that


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