1936 Men's Magazine Sports AField; hunting, fishing, camping and tales of the NorthWoods. Great magazine with tons of advertising and a bucket load of illustrations. Magazine is 90 pages and measures 8-1/2 x 11 inches.
Ideal birthday gift for your Fishing Fella!
Fabulous color cover; fishing, photography, outboard motors, guns, fishing tackle, full length articles, and so much more. Hours and hours of fun research and reading.
"Sports Afield is a Big-Game Hunting Magazine and Adventure Magazine for the enthusiast! We provide hunting stories and news as well as resources for quality ..." it goes on and on!
Packed with advertising of all kinds of outdoor sporting equipment: Fishing tackle, lures by Heddon, South Bend, boats, outboard motors, travel trailers by Roycraft, Kozy, Kabin and more, fly fishing, reels by Pflueger and others.
Terrific hunting pictures, articles and lampoons about camping. Firearms: Colt Woodsman gun ads and others as well. Hunting, fishing, guns and ammo advertising, pictures and articles.
There is no room to show them all. This is a very small sample. Great for researching your collection of lures and sports equipment.
SOME examples of articles are: A Crack at Crow Control, Wall-Eyes on the Fly, The Fishes of Canada, The Great Outdoors in Pictures, Camping in Canada, Prepared Flours for Outdoor Baking, Cameras Afield, Fish and Fishing and Many Many more.
Excellent condition. No water damage or tears. Back cover has a light bend down the center. Spine shows a bit of wear but not at all bad.
Great old magazine and it is PACKED with great information.
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