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A midsummer's meal for a largemouth bass
Old wives and young children have told extraordinary tales about dragonflies. Now an amateur flytier tells the real story, and he suggests that these interesting insects may turn out to be more fun than fishing itself
Tallest, fastest and buggiest
Jack Bacheler of Florida is not just the best U.S. distance runner, he also is the only one who is a constantly expectant moth-er
A tour that ain't so grand
The U.S. was supposed to meet the gold medalists and wipe them out. No way
Now wait just a minute, kid
Andrea Jaeger, only 15, cut a wide swath through the field at the U.S. Clay Court Championships, until Chris Evert Lloyd taught her some respect for her elders
THE KENTUCKY DERBY
"Churchill Downs is like a county fair back home," says Oklahoma-born Paul Davis. "Only it's more supercharged. Racing at Saratoga is elegant, almost ...
As his cars blew by everybody else's, Dale Armstrong became drag racing's ultimate grease monkey
A Rugged Place for a Picnic
Hunters in the desolate Northwest Territories can expect mosquitoes, daily squalls and frigid nights, but for the stout of heart a feast of game awaits
EXCALIBUR: THE STEELHEAD
The rest of the world's trout may be taken in summer, to the sound of birds and the pleasant hum of insects, but the Steelhead—the big, sea-going rainbow of the ...
CLOSEUPS OF A CUDDLY-LOOKING BAT AND A PRAYING MANTIS DINING ON A FLY
... and also webs shining with bright round jewels of dew. In this Article. Insects. This is an article from the June 21, 1976 issue. June 21, 1976.
NOMEN PISCIS EST MORONE SAXATILIS—AND IT IS BEST NOT TO ARGUE ABOUT IT
Without using any reference books, he can identify and give the scientific names of 5,000 insects. And his expertise hardly stops there. When I ...