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Outdoor Life

Vol. 228, No. 1 - 2021
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.

Outdoor Life

A NEW FRONTIER • Our all-new digital edition takes on Alaska

THE PAST

TRACKING THE WOLF MAN • Frank Glaser was a wolfer, an adventurer, and an Alaskan legend. The author follows his boot prints into the wilderness

THE DEVIL’S COUNTRY • Within the forests and oceans of Southeast Alaska, there are forces at work that even the most experienced hunters can’t explain

THIS HAPPENED TO ME! • Back in the 1980s, Skip Scott of Fairbanks had a close call with a grizzly

THE PRESENT

LOST IN THE GLOOM • The difference between a dream hunt and heartbreak balances on a knife-edge ridge

WATERS OF PLENTY • In Alaska, even a seemingly unremarkable river can offer the fishing adventure of a lifetime

GUNS OF THE LAST FRONTIER • When you finally make that dream trip to Alaska to chase sheep, moose, or grizzlies, which rifle will you be carrying? We bet it will look something like one of these four guns

THE FUTURE

THE GATEWAY HUNT • Caribou are the perfect critter to chase on your first hunt in the Last Frontier. But just because the opportunities are vast and the herds are massive doesn’t mean it’s going to be easy

A BUCKET-LIST RIVER HUNT • Chasing solitary bulls in the Land of the Midnight Sun

A ROOKIE’S FLY-IN CAMP • For a few hours, my dream hunt turned into a nightmare

THE END OF THE EARTH • Adak is a spectacular weather-beaten island that shelters sea ducks, a subspecies of ptarmigan, and the handful of people who call it home. It’s also a staggering monument to humanity’s impact that, even as climate change scours the landscape, will stand for generations to come

THE FUTURE PAST • Conserving our subsistence culture means retracing it

Field & Stream

Breaking Away

Fisheye Lens

Ask Petzal • Our legendary rifles editor answers your most pressing questions—like it or not

Buck Hunters Go Big • New data reveals a record percentage of mature bucks in the whitetail harvest

Strange Brood • After 17 years underground, thousands of Brood X cicadas could be coming to a stream near you

Great Escapes • We always want to get away. The draw of wild places and adventure never stops tugging at the sleeves of hunters and anglers. But 2021 is different. Now, more than at any moment most of us can remember, it’s time to escape—and get lost in the outdoors. Are you ready?

The True North • For those looking for a genuine, real-deal escape, a caribou hunt might be the last great one left

The Holiday Getaway • How to ignore potatoes, shoot a limit of teal, and be extra grateful on Thanksgiving

Anywhere or Bust • Locked down inside a D.C. apartment for months, the author will do anything to get outside—even pay for a Texas turkey hunt

Smoke on the Water • Sacred memories of campfires and canoeing on a long-ago fishing trip make a tragedy easier to bear

The Sand Hill • When you can’t hunt one of your favorite spots, just knowing it’s still there is enough

The Swimming Hole • Sometimes the best place to escape a crowd is where it never bothers to look

The Guilt-Free Zone • There’s more room for forgiveness in the great outdoors than anywhere else

Portals to the Past • A journey that began with an adventure story in a library leads to a jungle in foreign lands on the adventure of a lifetime

This Is No Small Game • Ask a Southwestern hunter who grew up chasing jackrabbits, and they’ll tell you that...


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Frequency: Quarterly Pages: 110 Publisher: Camden Media Inc. Edition: Vol. 228, No. 1 - 2021

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: June 8, 2021

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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.

Outdoor Life

A NEW FRONTIER • Our all-new digital edition takes on Alaska

THE PAST

TRACKING THE WOLF MAN • Frank Glaser was a wolfer, an adventurer, and an Alaskan legend. The author follows his boot prints into the wilderness

THE DEVIL’S COUNTRY • Within the forests and oceans of Southeast Alaska, there are forces at work that even the most experienced hunters can’t explain

THIS HAPPENED TO ME! • Back in the 1980s, Skip Scott of Fairbanks had a close call with a grizzly

THE PRESENT

LOST IN THE GLOOM • The difference between a dream hunt and heartbreak balances on a knife-edge ridge

WATERS OF PLENTY • In Alaska, even a seemingly unremarkable river can offer the fishing adventure of a lifetime

GUNS OF THE LAST FRONTIER • When you finally make that dream trip to Alaska to chase sheep, moose, or grizzlies, which rifle will you be carrying? We bet it will look something like one of these four guns

THE FUTURE

THE GATEWAY HUNT • Caribou are the perfect critter to chase on your first hunt in the Last Frontier. But just because the opportunities are vast and the herds are massive doesn’t mean it’s going to be easy

A BUCKET-LIST RIVER HUNT • Chasing solitary bulls in the Land of the Midnight Sun

A ROOKIE’S FLY-IN CAMP • For a few hours, my dream hunt turned into a nightmare

THE END OF THE EARTH • Adak is a spectacular weather-beaten island that shelters sea ducks, a subspecies of ptarmigan, and the handful of people who call it home. It’s also a staggering monument to humanity’s impact that, even as climate change scours the landscape, will stand for generations to come

THE FUTURE PAST • Conserving our subsistence culture means retracing it

Field & Stream

Breaking Away

Fisheye Lens

Ask Petzal • Our legendary rifles editor answers your most pressing questions—like it or not

Buck Hunters Go Big • New data reveals a record percentage of mature bucks in the whitetail harvest

Strange Brood • After 17 years underground, thousands of Brood X cicadas could be coming to a stream near you

Great Escapes • We always want to get away. The draw of wild places and adventure never stops tugging at the sleeves of hunters and anglers. But 2021 is different. Now, more than at any moment most of us can remember, it’s time to escape—and get lost in the outdoors. Are you ready?

The True North • For those looking for a genuine, real-deal escape, a caribou hunt might be the last great one left

The Holiday Getaway • How to ignore potatoes, shoot a limit of teal, and be extra grateful on Thanksgiving

Anywhere or Bust • Locked down inside a D.C. apartment for months, the author will do anything to get outside—even pay for a Texas turkey hunt

Smoke on the Water • Sacred memories of campfires and canoeing on a long-ago fishing trip make a tragedy easier to bear

The Sand Hill • When you can’t hunt one of your favorite spots, just knowing it’s still there is enough

The Swimming Hole • Sometimes the best place to escape a crowd is where it never bothers to look

The Guilt-Free Zone • There’s more room for forgiveness in the great outdoors than anywhere else

Portals to the Past • A journey that began with an adventure story in a library leads to a jungle in foreign lands on the adventure of a lifetime

This Is No Small Game • Ask a Southwestern hunter who grew up chasing jackrabbits, and they’ll tell you that...


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