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Dec 17, 1956

DOWN THE KEYS TO WONDERLAND

Nowhere in the world is there fishing to compare with that of the Florida Keys. Here, Sports Illustrated presents a special report on this fabled area, with a portrait gallery of the best fish and a new kind of fold-out map that tells all

Sep 17, 1956

HUNTING BIG GAME IN AMERICA

The forests and mountains of the U.S. have their own version of the prey which brings the hunter his supreme thrill. Here, in words, color pictures and area maps, is a preview of what awaits the sportsman in the 1956 season

Jan 21, 1957

THE COMMODORE OF BIMINI

On a paradise island in the Bahamas, U.S. Industrialist G. Albert Lyon enjoys his own formula for success: work hard, play hard—and share the fun with friends

Oct 22, 1956

The Gantlet Run Begins

As 300 million ducks and geese pour into the flyways, hunters the nation over look forward to another record-breaking season

Jul 02, 1956

50 MILLION CAMPERS HIT THE TRAIL

They can't be wrong—and they aren't—about the beauties of the American wilderness. Here are some tips on the nation's campsites and what to know to enjoy them

Oct 25, 1954

FIRST SCENT OF FOX

At this season, the best young hounds are being worked into the best pack in the country

Jun 20, 1955

Color In The Dust

It flashes still the country over, despite television, Davy Crockett and Outer Space as kids knuckle down for marbles

Dec 12, 1955

BADGERED DOG

Once the most disliked of breeds, dachshunds have outlived their wartime stigma and now rank fifth as favorite pets

Jan 31, 1955

THE CHANGING LOOK OF FOX HUNTING

Mounting costs, fewer "angels" and the hazards of deer and housing developments are bringing a good many changes to a flourishing but misunderstood sport that carries on a great never-say-die tradition

Sep 12, 1955

DOGS STRANGE AND RARE

The least-known and least-probable dogs in the U.S. will compete this week at Westchester, N.Y. in one of the nation's top shows

Jan 03, 1955

HUNTING DOGS HAVE THEIR DAY

Field trials are a fast-growing sport which thrives on the true hunter's love for the out of doors and the eternal fascination of training an animal

Aug 08, 1955

PULLING THE LONGBOW

Four million Americans are doing it as archery becomes the nation's fastest growing family sport

Jul 04, 1955

BRAVE BULLS

Once scorned by decent society as the associate of rogues and vagabonds, the tough-looking bulldog—considered by many to be the most courageous of all quadrupeds—is enjoying a new wave of popularity and interest, thanks in part to a magnificent specimen called Kippax Fearnought

Feb 14, 1955

THE WESTMINSTER DOG SHOW

The nation's No. 1 canine event, which starts this Monday in New York, provides a comprehensive look at the big business of showing dogs for love, profit or sport

Oct 10, 1955

UPLAND GAME BIRDS

At the opening of what promises to be a record season SI presents a foldout of popular and exotic game birds plus an area-by-area report on where to find them, the best weapons to use and all you need to know to bag and eat them

Jan 10, 1955

HIS MAJESTY, THE COLONEL

Winner of more best-in-show awards than any other setter, Rock Falls Colonel is now going after the title of "The World's Greatest Show Dog"

Aug 29, 1955

"THE WORLD'S GREATEST PLEASURE HORSE"

Product of the gentle South and famed for its "rocking chair" ride, the Tennessee Walking Horse is becoming one of the nation's favorite pleasure mounts, especially for amateur riders