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Table of Contents for September / October 2016 Issue

 

The Prize

written by Lawrence S. Earley | photographed by Melissa McGaw
The old Voice of America site east of Greenville holds a rare population of Henslow’s sparrows. Now the giant grassland is set to become a unique game land.

 

Lessons Learned

written by Mike Zlotnicki  | photographed by Rick Small
We ask several experienced deer hunters to share stories and explain how to make the most out of your misses. 

 

Tribal Water Revival

written by Marty Shaffner | photographed by Melissa McGaw
Cherokee reservation attracts fly anglers and gets a boost from its trout catch-and-release program.

 

An Outdoorsman’s Guide to Knives

written by Marty Shaffner | photographed by Melissa McGaw
Everyone needs a knife, particularly a sharp one, but pick¬ing out the right one isn’t so simple. We’re here to help.

 

Hydrilla! More than a nuisance to N.C. waters

written by John Manuel | photographed by Melissa McGaw
The fight is on to control this invasive aquatic plant that threatens many of our state’s inland bodies of water.

 

Don’t Be Blindsided

written by Mike Marsh
Follow in the footsteps of North Carolina’s coastal gunners and learn about the history and variety of their blinds.

 

For The Dogs

written by Mike Marsh | photographed by Chip Laughton
Tips on how to keep your hunting companion safe.

This Month's Sample Articles

 

 

Hydrilla! More than a nuisance to N.C. waters (PDF)

written by John Manuel | photographed by Melissa McGaw
The fight is on to control this invasive aquatic plant that threatens many of our state’s inland bodies of water.

 

 

 

First Hunt (PDF)

written and photographed by Andrea Danchi
A passion to learn leads this novice from the classroom to a box blind.

 

 

 

 

Coming in the next issue

 

Still Hunting After All These Years

For more than 30 years, hunting rabbits and mentoring youth has gone hand-in-hand for this group of friends led by former Wildlife Resources Commis¬sion Colonel Kenneth Everhart and his father, Howard. 

 

Get Building

Learn how to build houses for a var¬iety of birds from an expert: Longtime Wild¬life in North Carolina contributor Gene Hester leads a step-by-step process.

 

A Lifetime of Adventure

North Carolina native son T. Edward Nickens has made a career out of com¬bining two of his loves: writing and the outdoors.

 

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Table of Contents for 2016 Fall Outdoor Guide

 

Gone to the Dogs

written by Mike Zlotnicki | photographed by Thomas Harvey
Wade Meacham shares his secrets to success after decades of training gun dogs and pets.

 

Deer Hunting for a Cause

written by C.C. King | photographed by Melissa McGaw
Backyard Bow Pro helps feed those in need by building a partnership between hunters and landowners.

 

First Hunt (PDF)

written and photographed by Andrea Danchi
A passion to learn leads this novice from the classroom to a box blind.

 

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