SI Vault
 
THE OUTDOOR WEEK
Edited by Ed Zern
July 09, 1956
In Washington the armed forces are fired upon, in Russia the hunting and fishing sounds fine, and in midtown Manhattan leopards are on the prowl
Decrease font Decrease font
Enlarge font Enlarge font
July 09, 1956

The Outdoor Week

In Washington the armed forces are fired upon, in Russia the hunting and fishing sounds fine, and in midtown Manhattan leopards are on the prowl

View CoverRead All Articles View This Issue
1 2 3 4 5

NEW BRUNSWICK: FF in northwest Main and southwest Miramichi with some fish in the Renous and Dungarvon. Tobique, St. John and Restigouche FP but happier times expected.

BLUEFISH: RHODE ISLAND: Fish from 6 to 15 pounds now running in Narragansett Bay, and OVG.

SOUTH CAROLINA: North shore anglers from Georgetown to Willow River racking up catches of one to 200 snappers; OVG.

NORTHCAROLINA: Outer Banks from Kitty Hawk to Hatteras and western edge of Gulf Stream alive with fish, and OVG through summer.

MUSKELLUNGE: ONTARIO: Northern Ontario SO June 20 but anything over 20 pounds still seems sleepy, although Roy Klein of Vandergrift, Pa. boated a 42-pounder from a Lake Nipissing channel. OG. as water warms but FG now for smaller fish to 15 pounds. Same model muskies chewing up streamers with bucktail spinners in Nipissing's West Arm region and Talon Lake at the head of Mattawa River.

WISCONSIN: Muskie performance excellent last week in Hayward and Eagle River areas, with several 30-pounders reported, and OVG.

1 2 3 4 5