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Field & Stream Subscription

As one of America's leading sports magazines, Field & Stream features riveting articles and stories on hunting, fishing, camping, and many other outdoor activities in the United States. We are America’s go-to guide for the true outdoorsman. Stay on top of the latest conservation news and many other interesting features in the exciting realm of outdoor sports. Each issue is packed with essential sports tips, detailed features on basic and advanced techniques, and Q&A from fellow outdoor adventurers. (Field & Stream publishes three double issues per year, each counting as two of 12 issues in an annual subscription.)

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12 Issues
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More About Field & Stream: Each issue features in-depth articles on hunting, fishing, and conservation news, as well as first-class fiction. The magazine has offered editorial excellence for over 100 years. Field & Stream does an excellent job in reviewing all kinds of hunting gears such as shotguns or rifle guns. With Field & Stream, you can educate yourself on the top hundred places to fish in the world. In addition, Field & Stream is known for its high quality and rare photos of the backcountry hunting scenes. After getting your hunting gear, don’t forget to get a Field & Stream subscription!

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Great Gift!
I LOVE giving magazine subscriptions as gifts...they are truly the "gift that keeps on giving" for 12 months! They are inexpensive to give, and are something that many people don't purchase for themselves anymore due to strained finances. I have given my uncles a sub to Field and Stream for 3 years running now, and every Christmas when I ask what they would like as a gift, they all say "my Field and Stream, please!" They are avid fisherman and hunters, but don't get to go as much as they used to, so they can live vicariously through their magazines!
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