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The November/December 2006 cover of Gray's Sporting Journal.

Gray's Sporting Journal is a magazine dedicated to the pursuit of outdoor recreation, with an emphasis on hunting and fishing. It is a consciously literary publication, using a "blind reader" to select articles, poems, and stories for publication. The blind reader receives only the text of the submitted work, not the name of the author, thus theoretically preventing publication of works based on fame only. Gray's Sporting Journal is published six times a year. It employs perfect binding and always features a work of outdoor art on its cover. Gray's includes poetry, lengthy works of fiction, fine art, and photo journals in the same issue. It published by Morris Communications, which also owns publications such as American Angler, Fly Tyer, and Saltwater Fly Fishing.

Gray's Sporting Journal is currently edited by James Babb.

Regular Features

"Shooting," with Terry Wieland, features a different aspect of the shooting sports in each issue.

"Gray's Best," a feature published yearly, selects the best outdoor equipment across the range of sports Gray's covers.

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