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Sporting Classics

Sporting Life Issue 2019

Sporting Classics is devoted to those who love to read. Each issue is packed with the things you love most: guns, knives, adventures, sporting art, dogs, and more. From Hemingway to Buckingham, O'Connor to Rutledge, this is the best hunting and fishing magazine for any sportsman!

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sporting classics

PUBLISHER DUNCAN GRANT EDITOR CHUCK WECHSLER CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER WAYNE NANNEY SENIOR EDITORS MICHAEL ALTIZER LARRY CHESNEY TOMDAVIS MIKE GADDIS TOM KEER ROBERT MATTHEWS BOB MCKINNEY LLOYD NEWBERRY ROGER PINCKNEY JOHN ROSS RON SPOMER TODD TANNER DWIGHTVAN BRUNT ASSOCIATE PUBLISHER - ADVERTISING BRIAN RALEY (800) 849-1004 (803) 736-2424 NATIONAL ADVERTISING JEFF THRUSTON/BERNARD & ASSOCIATES 767 MILL ST., RENO, NV 89502 (775) 323-6828 DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC RELATIONS JASON VINCENT CREATIVE DIRECTOR ERIC TAYLOR ART DIRECTOR MICHAEL R. COLEMAN EDITOR-AT-LARGE JAMES CASADA EDITORIAL ADVISORS MIKE GADDIS DOUGPAINTER ADVERTISING COORDINATOR DEBBIE S. MOAK CUSTOMER RELATIONS BILL JACKSON RON STEPP WEBSTORE/SHIPPING LAURA WILHELM ACCOUNTING PAULA CLAAS…

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this ’n that

JOHN CLYMER MUSEUM CELEBRATES 30TH YEAR JOHN FORD CLYMER is likely the most accomplished American artist that no one knows about. Clymer was very modest about his career, and wasn't sure that a museum established to honor him would be sustainable. But today, the Clymer Museum and Gallery, located in his hometown of Ellensburg, Washington, is celebrating its 30th year. The museum features a large collection of Clymer’s original art, including wildlife, historical works and magazine illustrations from many publications. It also exhibits works by other artists that follow the museum’s motto: "The Spirit of America on Canvas." John Clymer was an illustrator first and foremost, creating advertising for the Fortune 500 companies of the day, as well as such magazines as the Saturday Evening Post and Field and Stream. From whiskey distilleries…

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on the southbound home

Hardly back from Chile and Patagonia, languishing in a chair before the fire—even as the wheelstones of your mind still mill the bespeckled brown and rainbow grist of thrills that could for most folks satisfy the longing of a lifetime—how is it possible to feel that somewhere at the tap root of your soul something remains unfulfilled? Or perhaps from battles with the acrobatic, chromium aerialists of the Caribbean? Or the silver kings of the Alaskan Bays? Or the multi-splendored sails of the Panamanian Pacific? And yet somehow down really deep, where the well springs, to still feel a little sunfish beckoning from long ago that yearns to be complete? Maybe it’s just me. I guess it takes a tortured and beleaguered man. One that’s lived past 50 maybe, and crossed the…

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honoring the 150th birthday of carl rungius

Carl Moritz Clemens Rungius is widely regarded as the greatest painter of North American big game animals. He witnessed firsthand the decline of large mammals on the continent when there was an unregulated open season that put some species on the brink of extinction. And thanks to the power of his visual images, which earned praise from conservationists like Theodore Roosevelt, Rungius added credence to ethical principles that gave rise to what is known today as the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation. Pick virtually any favorite sporting artist, painter or sculptor, and they are likely to express effusive praise for Rungius as an influence, inspiration and standard bearer. This summer, Rungius’ superior talent is being highlighted in all its glory with a 150th birthday celebration and retrospective at the National Museum…

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carson wentz: praise the lord and pass the ammunition

There are many reasons for sportsmen to place North Dakota on their bucket list. The entire state, or about 90 percent of the territory, is home to large ranches and moderate-sized farms. Agriculture is king in a vast swath of land that stretches from the flat Red River Valley, across the rolling plains of the Midwest and on up the slope of the rugged Badlands. Although wheat is grown in nearly every county, the Roughrider State is also a top producer of barley, sunflower seeds, beans, lentils, oats, peas and sugar beets. And now you know why North Dakota attracts so many non-resident hunters: the entire state is a buffet for white-tailed deer, ducks and geese, along with a variety of upland gamebirds. With so many ranches and open space, there comes…

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man vs. moose a fight to the death

It was in the forests of lower Canada, in front of a glowing campfire after a day of fascinating sport with the Salmo fontinalis, or spotted brook trout, with our tent duly pitched under the cedars on the shore of the lovely, yet sometimes bold and rapid Madawaska River that the story was related. Dr. Stephen Griggs of Brooklyn and myself were taking a canoe trip on these waters from their source in Mud Lake to where they flowed into the St. John at Edmundston in the northeastern corner of Maine. Peter Theriot of Caribou was our guide. Scarcely out of his teens, Pete is a physically powerful young man who is skilled in woodcraft. From his trapping experience, he knew the entire region of the Tobique—the Green, the Restigouche and other…

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