Hunting & Fishing Archives: The Late Colonel Dave Harbour (USAF, Ret.)

We invite you to have full access to all of the scores and perhaps hundreds of Col. Dave Harbour “how-to, where to hunting and fishing articles” for a single, lifetime access fee of $20.  If you subscribe to this page, you’ll also have lifetime access to publisher Dave Harbour’s other collection of historical and current writings, updated with new material weekly.

Col. Dave Harbour At Amazon

Col Dave Harbour just prior to retirement in 1963

Col Dave Harbour’s resting place, Punchbowl, Cemetery of the Pacific

03-2013.  Grand Slam Pursuit by Josh Dahlke – Wild Turkey Hunting

Below is a listing of Col. Dave Harbour’s linked works.  We caution would-be outdoor writers to refrain from copying this material.  We have friends and associates throughout the outdoor world who have identified plagiarism and we go to great lengths to correct that literary theft.  In short, plagiarists can find reproduction of our works without permission and attribution to be both embarrassing and costly.                   -Webmaster.

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Col Dave Harbour Collecting Another Grand Slam Turkey Trophy

Col. Dave Harbour’s Outdoor Sports Related Articles

06-1963, Guns, Skeet-International Style, p. 20

09-1965, Guns, How To See Your Deer, p. 36

Col. Dave Harbour’s Outdoor Sports Related Articles (Continued):

On this other page, you will find links to a selection of Dave III’s fairly extensive gallery of work that has appeared in many hundreds of newspaper, magazine, television, radio and electronic media over the years, in both the United States and Canada.  A $20 lifetime subscription to either page gets readers access to both Dave’s and his Dad’s writing.  Dave’s Northern Gas Pipelines archives will remain free and available to all readers and the general public as a continuing public service.  He will continue adding his non-Northern Gas Pipelines writings as the years pass on.  We hope you might actually find some of Dave’s material fairly unique and historically useful if not inspiring.  –  Webmaster