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  • Gary Devine
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    Originally posted by Natalie Krebs_2 View Post
    Hey vermontbear — You can download a copy of that story via our digital archives at http://covertocover.outdoorlife.com. It's a subscription-based service, but you can sign up for a 30-day free trial, which will give you full access. It starts on p. 48 of that issue.
    Wow, It looks like a firing squad lined up. Boy, they were loaded for bear that day :-)

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  • huntfishtrap
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    Originally posted by Natalie Krebs_2 View Post
    Hey vermontbear — You can download a copy of that story via our digital archives at http://covertocover.outdoorlife.com. It's a subscription-based service, but you can sign up for a 30-day free trial, which will give you full access. It starts on p. 48 of that issue.
    I agree about the artwork. Despite being a photographer myself, sometimes paintings are just better. Now I'm kind of curious to read that article myself.

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  • Natalie Krebs_2
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    Originally posted by Natalie Krebs_2 View Post
    Hey vermontbear — You can download a copy of that story via our digital archives at http://covertocover.outdoorlife.com. It's a subscription-based service, but you can sign up for a 30-day free trial, which will give you full access. It starts on p. 48 of that issue.
    Hah well a surprising number of people email us about specific stories from old issues. I've gotten pretty accustomed to fielding these types of questions.

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  • Okwaho
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    Originally posted by Natalie Krebs_2 View Post
    Hey vermontbear — You can download a copy of that story via our digital archives at http://covertocover.outdoorlife.com. It's a subscription-based service, but you can sign up for a 30-day free trial, which will give you full access. It starts on p. 48 of that issue.
    I love the artwork from that era.

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  • JM
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    Originally posted by Natalie Krebs_2 View Post
    Hey vermontbear — You can download a copy of that story via our digital archives at http://covertocover.outdoorlife.com. It's a subscription-based service, but you can sign up for a 30-day free trial, which will give you full access. It starts on p. 48 of that issue.
    Gotta say, despite you working for OL, that has got to be the best answer I've seen on this website...much better than my normal gibberish answers.

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  • Natalie Krebs_2
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    Hey vermontbear — You can download a copy of that story via our digital archives at http://covertocover.outdoorlife.com. It's a subscription-based service, but you can sign up for a 30-day free trial, which will give you full access. It starts on p. 48 of that issue.
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