An anthology of pieces about the things that sportsmen are interested in, bits about nature, camping, hunting, boating,...

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OUTDOOR GUIDE

An anthology of pieces about the things that sportsmen are interested in, bits about nature, camping, hunting, boating, fishing, about grub in the woods, about equipment, about the little things that happen to add color and drama, about how to do things and how to get the most out of the out-of-doors. Among names familiar to readers of outdoor magazines are Archibald Rutledge, Terry Frost, Merle Keith, Ted James, Colonel Sheldon. No literary pretensions in the main -- many of the inclusions are done in the vernacular. But the whole is a good blend of tellable tales, practical facts.

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Publisher: Didier ""Sun Books

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1947