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SHARP START

I’m a little sad to see the number of issues of F&S reduced, but I must say that the Edge Issue (April-May 2018) is outstanding. You have set the bar very high.

Paul Bowman, via email

LEADING EDGE

I thought your April-May edition was just great. I’m now 74 and was raised on Ted Trueblood and Jack O’Connor. My family didn’t have a lot of money, but we did have magazines and books, and I learned the joy of reading through them.

Mike Smith, Grangeville, Id.

SUPPORT GROUP

I am writing to thank Bill Heavey for writing about his own experience with depression (“The Quicksand,” A Sportsman’s Life). My

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