Hunting and Fishing Trip
The angler planning a trip for the fall months should remember that, while the days are sure to be comfortably warm, the nights are apt to be uncomfortably cool, and he should add to his summer camp kit, divers sweaters, blankets, etc. Also the fact that at this time it is permissible to kill waterfowl and upland game should not be overlooked, and a small-bore rifle or a shotgun, the former preferable from the canoeist's point of view, may add acceptably to the bill of fare. The camera, too, should be taken along, for although one may not record the beautiful color schemes of an autumn day, one can still make better photographs than in mid-summer.
Camp, Samuel Granger. The Fine Art of Fishing. New York: Outing Pub., 1911. Print.
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