Announcing Our New March/April 2017 Issue

The latest and greatest in sporting content!

 

Sporting Classics is proud to present its new March/April 2017 issue. Inside you’ll find both the latest and greatest in sporting literature, including a feature on Ernest Hemingway and the one that got away—Jane Mason, the inspiration for Papa’s most infamous female characters.

From there it’s a global sporting adventure. Tag along on Winston Churchill’s danger-fraught safari after black rhino; fish with Denver Bryan in Genghis Khan’s backyard; ride an ice floe on Lake Michigan as the freezing wind and water try to kill you. It’s all here in Sporting Classics’ latest issue!

This new issue is mailing to subscribers now and will be on newsstands March 7. Not already a subscriber? Click here to sign up now and begin receiving eight great issues a year. Or you can subscribe to Sporting Classics’ digital magazine and get the same great content on your electronic devices—right this very minute! However you subscribe, you’ll be getting the finest sporting content available today.

 

Features in this issue include:

 

THE DISH HE COULDN’T LAND

Among the most accomplished outdoorswomen of her day, gorgeous Jane Mason inspired Hemingway’s nastiest femmes fatales.

By Tom Davis

 

FROZEN TERROR

Stranded on an ice floe in Lake Michigan, Lewis Sweet never gave up in his struggle to survive.

By Ben East

 

WHERE THE RIVERS RAN RED

Fishing a river haunted by bloody battles of the past.

By W.D. Wetherell

 

AWARDS OF EXCELLENCE

Our 16th annual Awards of Excellence.

 

LAUGHING IN THE RAIN

A life spent out-of-doors is one truly blessed.

By Bob Karel

 

TITAN IN THE BUSH

Winston Churchill was determined to bag a black rhino on his one and only safari.

By John Seerey-Lester

 

FISHING IN THE LAND OF KHAN

An unforgettable journey to Mongolia in quest of its giant trout.

By Denver Bryan

 

A FISHING FAIRY TALE

A storybook adventure for king salmon, hungry grayling, and huge northern pike.

By Rick Leonardi

 

RESPECT

An acronym for hunting and living, as shared and taught by a loving grandpa.

By Dr. T.C. Jennings

 

SNOW CAT

After years of eager anticipation, the author’s daughter finally gets her shot at a huge cougar.

By Dwight Van Brunt

 

LAST CAST IN PATAGONIA

Part two of the author’s epic pursuit of Patagonia’s wild trout.

By Michael Altizer

 

Columns by Mike Gaddis, Roger Pinckney, Dwight Van Brunt, Jameson Parker, Laurie Bogart Wiles, Todd Tanner, Larry Chesney, Tom Davis, Michael Altizer, Robert Matthews, and Jim Casada.

 

 

 

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