Rod and Gun in Canada Magazine, October 1956 - Do Fish Feel Pain?


26 pages. Features: Diluted Bubbles - a fishing tale; Keep Out! - Does This Mean You? - Farmer/Sportsman relations become more important as hunters increase and land available drops; Nice illustrated at for Bushmaster leather boots by Sisman; A Moose for Harry - Old John Broadhurst turns his attention to Moose; Spinning With a Fly; Senses of Fish - can they smell, taste, touch or feel pain?; Hunting Dogs - you can trust that nose; Clean and Polish your Tackle before Storage; We'll pay tolls on the St. Lawrence Seaway A Kind Word for Crows; Trapshooting since 1750; Handling Game Meat; Cartridge Collecting; and more. Average wear. A sound copy.

Title: Rod and Gun in Canada Magazine, October 1956 - Do Fish Feel Pain?

Author: Wolfram, Gare; Barratt, Robert F.; Smith, Chapman H.; Westover, John H.; Gunston, David; Nicholson, H.P.; McGillen, Pete; "The Skipper"; Gillese, J.P.; Landis, C.S.; Morrow, Len; Frost, Rex;

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Firearms, Sport,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Gardenvale, Quebec, National Business Publications Limited: 1956

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 543g1517

Keywords: Road and Gun in Canada Magazine, October 1956 - Do Fish Feel Pain Diluted Bubbles - a fishing tale; Keep Out! - Does This Mean You? - Farmer/Sportsman relations become more important as hunters increase and land available drops; Nice illustrated at for Bushmaster leather boots by Sisman; A Moose for Harry - Old John Broadhurst turns his attention to Moose; Spinning With a Fly; Senses of Fish - can they smell, taste, touch or feel pain?; Hunting Dogs - you can trust that nose; Clean and Polish your Tackle before Storage; We'll pay tolls on the St. Lawrence Seaway A Kind Word for Crows; Trapshooting since 1750; Handling Game Meat; Cartridge Collecting,