Hunting, Fishing and Sport, Daily Racing Form, 1919-11-05


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HUNTING, FISHING AND SPORT Members of the Lambs Club of Ne.vv, York are soon to take posscssionof a tract of 2,500 acres, which includes most of Mount Saddleback and Mount Hurricane, near. Elizabethtown. The forest land contains good trout streams. Highly satisfactory progress is being made in the wort of rescuing stranded food fishes from overflowed lands in the Mississippi Valley. The, number of fishes rescued up. to September 26 in the most productive fields exceeded 93,000,000. The signs point to an open winter is the view of an Adirondack guide whose weather predictions have been regarded as being shrewd, if not uu-canny. He says that the hazelnuts this winter have little meat in them nature is not making much provision for the squirrels. The- fur-bearing animals have unusually light coats for this time of the year they are not being protected against the approach of severe weather.

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