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Jul 28

The 5 Most Useful Knots Video Tutorial

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Jun 24

10 Best Outdoor Towns in America 

I’m just looking for input here, and maybe some feedback from folks who live in these towns. I’ve been to several of these and I would agree with the article. The ones I have been to were incredible towns. Anyone live in these towns? We would love to hear your opinion! 10 Best Outdoor Towns …

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Jun 16

Learn to Read the Water to Locate Trout in Streams

Source: Learn to read river water like a pro to find the favorite hiding places of trout. “Next time you head to the river, spend a few minutes reading the water before making a cast. Pick out a section and decide which structure you are going to target. Of course, experience is the key to …

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Jun 08

18 Urban And Wilderness Survival Hacks That Would Make MacGyver Proud

As big of a MacGyver fan as I was, his solutions were always so far fetched it was comical. These are all much more survival based, practical and they actually work! Sorry, no bombs made from chewing gum and paperclips here. : ( BUT, no one said a soda can or a cell phone might …

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Apr 13

Origami Boats That Fold Up Into A Briefcase

  Being out on the water is great. Whether you’re into fishing, diving, exploring, camping, it doesn’t matter, it’s all good. The hardest part of it is in owning the boat. Finding a space for it, transporting it, storing it, etc, it all takes time money and effort. And for urban dwellers, myself formerly being …

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Mar 28

The Ole’ Swimmin Hole

I realize that many of you are still shoveling out from spring snow storms, and summer seems like an eternity away. I however, have the good fortune of traveling the Southwest at this time. So, naturally I’ve been thinking about, and luckily visiting, some great swimming spots. I was recently at one of the spots …

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Mar 28

Logos Decagon: The Infinitely Extendable Modular Tent

So you want to camp with a large group or extended family, but don’t want everyone scattered around in their own separate tents? Or maybe some of your older children want a space of their own while you camp, but you don’t want them too far off by themselves. Whatever your reasonfor wanting it is, …

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Mar 27

DIY Survival Knives

“The first knives were made in an era in which iron was not even discovered yet. There are certainly other ways to get the job done. The first knives are dated from the Stone Age, and they were made out of stone by our crafty ancestors”. -survivopedia.com Here is a great article on how to fashion …

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Mar 26

10 Fishing Hacks And Mods To Up Your Game

“Some of the best anglers are like muscle car enthusiasts. They constantly tweak their gear for maximum performance, adding subtle touches that you won’t find in stock equipment. Some of these upgrades improve nothing more than the comfort of a rod in your hand, allowing you to fish longer and easier. Others can change your …

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Mar 24

How to Fit Your Life In a Backpack: Notes from a Nomadic Minimalist

How to Fit Your Life in A Backpack Here’s the epitome of minimalism. This guy whittled his possessions down to the things he needs to survive and that’s it. Then he fit it all into a backpack and wanders wherever his heart desires. He also happens to be an adventurer and motivator. He seeks to …

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