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Ed Zern

All Ed Zern Stories

Feb 20, 1961

Long cold war at the edge of the sea

Stubborn anglers still fight against salt-water licenses, but if they win they may lose the chance to keep fishing

Apr 23, 1956

In Idaho, Rover displays a nasty though national characteristic; in Connecticut, Rex Stout cooks a starling; and in Texas the sporting conscience manifests itself

Based on regular weekly dispatches from SI bureaus and special correspondents in the U.S., Canada, Mexico and overseas; and on reports from fish and game commissions of the 48 states and Alaska

Sep 16, 1957

One Man's Arsenal

With the hunting season just getting under way, a famous outdoorsman sticks his neck out to pick his own version of the 10 best guns for One Man's Arsenal

Jun 11, 1956

THE OUTDOOR WEEK

Based on regular weekly dispatches from SI bureaus and special correspondents in the U.S., Canada, Mexico and overseas; and on reports from fish and game commissions of the 48 states Alaska

Apr 16, 1956

THE OUTDOOR WEEK

Indians scalp the Idaho Fish and Game Department, Maryland's McKeldin damns a dam and New York's Harriman moves to tidy up the Beaverkill

May 06, 1957

YOU SHOULD KNOW...

...if you are looking forward to a mint julep at the Derby (or at home), or if you just happen to be curious about bourbon whisky

May 28, 1956

THE OUTDOOR WEEK

New York Conservation Commissioner calls for an atomic hatchery, a dirty trick is played on Texas jewfish, and in Wisconsin a famous twin is dead

Jul 16, 1956

THE OUTDOOR WEEK

With few weeks remaining before Congress adjourns, conservationists are comforted by attention urgent issues have received in Washington

May 14, 1956

THE OUTDOOR WEEK

Senators clash over the late Bernard DeVoto, an Air Force squadron takes a flyer at conservation and Montana biologists find geese are silly after all

Jul 02, 1956

THE OUTDOOR WEEK

In trout streams the May fly's life is short but can be fun, no mercy without a stamp in Louisiana, and in Oregon two lads bottle toward degrees

Apr 30, 1956

THE OUTDOOR WEEK

A government undercover agent in the wealthy Houston area risks his life to gather evidence on the illegal slaughter and sale of more than 200,000 wildfowl

Oct 28, 1957

'FETCH, FIDO—OR ELSE!'

If Fido is a retriever, there's no need to yell. Here a happy owner sings praises to this educated breed

Jun 18, 1956

THE OUTDOOR WEEK

Rugged individualism and 15,700 lost pheasants provoke a bitter battle in New York, and in Washington, D.C. fish are about to be divorced from wildlife

Apr 23, 1956

20 MILLION FISHERMEN vs. 30 BILLION FISH

As seasons open across the nation, an SI expert reports on the 1956 outlook for fresh-water fish

Aug 12, 1957

YOU SHOULD KNOW...

...that on the magic date of August 12th the Highland grouse season opens in Scotland, and this is the time to learn about that 'drap of poetry' known all the world over as good Scotch whisky

Jun 04, 1956

THE OUTDOOR WEEK

Based on regular weekly dispatches from SI bureaus and special correspondents in the U.S., Canada, Mexico and overseas; and on reports from fish and game commissions of the 48 states and Alaska

Apr 02, 1956

THE OUTDOOR WEEK

A House Committee stokes the refuge fire, a northwestern airline gets skunked, South Carolina may be lionized and nature gets out of balance in Yellowstone

Jul 23, 1956

THE OUTDOOR WEEK

Across the nation beaches are going commercial, in Maine a tradition is at last broken on a famous salmon pool, in Ontario a moose head wiggles its ears

May 21, 1956

THE OUTDOOR WEEK

Based on regular weekly dispatches from SI bureaus and special correspondents in the U.S., Canada, Mexico and overseas; and on reports from fish and game commissions of the 48 states and Alaska