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Outdoor Life

Winter 2020
Magazine

Our readers' hands-on spirit is reflected in the magazine's comprehensive gear tests and personal adventure stories. Whether shopping for a new rifle or thirsting for exciting adventure tales, Outdoor Life is the ultimate resource.

IVITTUUT, GREENLAND / 2:32 p.m.

FOR THE LOVE OF WILD LANDS • Conserving wilderness is about much more than saving trees

Outdoor Life

LETTERS

DISPATCHES • WHAT THE OL STAFF IS…

HELL ON WHEELS

DEGREES OF SUFFERING • For those who endure polar vortexes, dead-winter deer hunting can be red-hot

SUPER-COOL DEER GEAR

CHANGING COURSE • America’s flyways are shifting, and so are the country’s waterfowl hotspots

WYOMING’S WILDERNESS PROBLEM • Nonresident hunters are required to hire a guide to access Wyoming’s wilderness. Courts say it’s legal. But is it equitable?

FIELD OF SCREAMS • A Q&A with an expert farm-country coyote hunter

OUT COLD • There’s more than one way to get lost in winter fishing

HIGH-STAKES HARD WATER • Drop giant laker baits for your wildest fight of the year

BLACK OPS • How to fool a salty oddball that bites on the coldest days

FORGOTTEN TROUT FLIES • Stock your box this winter with some overlooked old-school ringers

CUSTOM SHOTSHELLS • These boutique ammomakers are producing more effective waterfowl loads

UNIMOUNTS • A stronger way to attach a scope to a rifle

ARCHON TYPE B • NOT JUST ANOTHER PLASTIC 9MM

THE FIRST FRONTIER • HUNTING MUSK OX AND CARIBOU ON THE SCOURED ROCK AND ICE OF GREENLAND REQUIRES A KNOWLEDGEABLE GUIDE AND A GOOD BOAT

Gear For Tundra Hunting

HOOKED • FISHING SAVED LANCE CLINTON FROM A LIFE OF DRUGS AND DESPAIR. NOW ONE OF THE TOP BIG-GAME KAYAK ANGLERS IN THE WORLD IS PREACHING THE GOSPEL OF THE SURF FROM HIS HIDEAWAY IN COSTA RICA

RULES of the WILD • PUBLIC LAND IS OWNED BY EVERYONE, BUT WILDERNESS ONLY TRULY BELONGS TO THOSE WHO ARE WILLING TO BRAVE IT. AND SOMETIMES, THAT MEANS YOU MUST FOLLOW THE

BLOOD on the SNOW • Tracking wary winter whitetails in the remote North Woods might be the most difficult of all hunting pursuits—unless you’re Hal Blood

WISDOM FROM THE WOODS

ULTIMATE OPEN-COUNTRY HUNTING RIFLE • OL’s shooting editor designs his ideal rig for Western big game

100 Rams • Bring extra ammo, run like hell, and never trust a mule. Plus other wisdom I’ve accrued as a sheep guide

HUNTING THE HIGH SEAS • IF YOU WANT TO CHASE EIDERS IN NEW ENGLAND, YOU MUST FIRST PAY YOUR DUES TO THE MIGHTY ATLANTIC

A WILDERNESS ON THE CHOPPING BLOCK • THE TONGASS IS A HUNTING AND FISHING PARADISE, IT’S ONE OF THE LARGEST TEMPERATE RAINFORESTS IN THE WORLD, AND IT SUPPORTS A MASSIVE TOURISM ECONOMY. SO WHY ARE WE PLANNING TO LOG IT?

WHEN IT HITS THE FAN • The wilderness isn’t all peaceful sunsets and babbling brooks. This is the gear you’ll need when things go bad in the backcountry

THE NATURE OF THINGS • When wilderness is a catch-22


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Frequency: Quarterly Pages: 120 Publisher: Camden Media Inc. Edition: Winter 2020

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: December 30, 2019

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

subjects

Travel & Outdoor

Languages

English

Our readers' hands-on spirit is reflected in the magazine's comprehensive gear tests and personal adventure stories. Whether shopping for a new rifle or thirsting for exciting adventure tales, Outdoor Life is the ultimate resource.

IVITTUUT, GREENLAND / 2:32 p.m.

FOR THE LOVE OF WILD LANDS • Conserving wilderness is about much more than saving trees

Outdoor Life

LETTERS

DISPATCHES • WHAT THE OL STAFF IS…

HELL ON WHEELS

DEGREES OF SUFFERING • For those who endure polar vortexes, dead-winter deer hunting can be red-hot

SUPER-COOL DEER GEAR

CHANGING COURSE • America’s flyways are shifting, and so are the country’s waterfowl hotspots

WYOMING’S WILDERNESS PROBLEM • Nonresident hunters are required to hire a guide to access Wyoming’s wilderness. Courts say it’s legal. But is it equitable?

FIELD OF SCREAMS • A Q&A with an expert farm-country coyote hunter

OUT COLD • There’s more than one way to get lost in winter fishing

HIGH-STAKES HARD WATER • Drop giant laker baits for your wildest fight of the year

BLACK OPS • How to fool a salty oddball that bites on the coldest days

FORGOTTEN TROUT FLIES • Stock your box this winter with some overlooked old-school ringers

CUSTOM SHOTSHELLS • These boutique ammomakers are producing more effective waterfowl loads

UNIMOUNTS • A stronger way to attach a scope to a rifle

ARCHON TYPE B • NOT JUST ANOTHER PLASTIC 9MM

THE FIRST FRONTIER • HUNTING MUSK OX AND CARIBOU ON THE SCOURED ROCK AND ICE OF GREENLAND REQUIRES A KNOWLEDGEABLE GUIDE AND A GOOD BOAT

Gear For Tundra Hunting

HOOKED • FISHING SAVED LANCE CLINTON FROM A LIFE OF DRUGS AND DESPAIR. NOW ONE OF THE TOP BIG-GAME KAYAK ANGLERS IN THE WORLD IS PREACHING THE GOSPEL OF THE SURF FROM HIS HIDEAWAY IN COSTA RICA

RULES of the WILD • PUBLIC LAND IS OWNED BY EVERYONE, BUT WILDERNESS ONLY TRULY BELONGS TO THOSE WHO ARE WILLING TO BRAVE IT. AND SOMETIMES, THAT MEANS YOU MUST FOLLOW THE

BLOOD on the SNOW • Tracking wary winter whitetails in the remote North Woods might be the most difficult of all hunting pursuits—unless you’re Hal Blood

WISDOM FROM THE WOODS

ULTIMATE OPEN-COUNTRY HUNTING RIFLE • OL’s shooting editor designs his ideal rig for Western big game

100 Rams • Bring extra ammo, run like hell, and never trust a mule. Plus other wisdom I’ve accrued as a sheep guide

HUNTING THE HIGH SEAS • IF YOU WANT TO CHASE EIDERS IN NEW ENGLAND, YOU MUST FIRST PAY YOUR DUES TO THE MIGHTY ATLANTIC

A WILDERNESS ON THE CHOPPING BLOCK • THE TONGASS IS A HUNTING AND FISHING PARADISE, IT’S ONE OF THE LARGEST TEMPERATE RAINFORESTS IN THE WORLD, AND IT SUPPORTS A MASSIVE TOURISM ECONOMY. SO WHY ARE WE PLANNING TO LOG IT?

WHEN IT HITS THE FAN • The wilderness isn’t all peaceful sunsets and babbling brooks. This is the gear you’ll need when things go bad in the backcountry

THE NATURE OF THINGS • When wilderness is a catch-22


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