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The Spiritual Side of Sailing By: Pragya Khare
Many ask the reason why there are thousands of people that leave the comforts and security of a land based existence to venture out into the open ocean for days and sometimes weeks at a time. ...
Is Electrofishing Right for Your Lake? By: Cheryl Jones
Is electrofishing right for your lake? What is electrofishing and how is it done? What is its purpose? ...
Give Outdoor Furniture a Paint Zoom Makeover By: Sophie Shaw
Discover how to give your outdoor furniture a makeover with Paint Zoom. One of the easiest ways to keep your investment in tip top condition ...
Using 30 MM Scope Rings For Your Gun By: Michael Izzo
Hunters and sportsmen alike can benefit from a rifle scope These are magnifying devices which you mount on top of your gun with 30 mm scope rings for much better shooting ...
Choose Your New Scope Carefully By: Patrick FitzGibbon
If you enjoy hunting then you will know that the addition of a new scope to your rifle is major consideration certainly not something to be taken lightly. Make sure you shop around and compare models and makes so you get what suits you best. ...
Hiking Utah's Logan Canyon By: Jay Bryce
Recently featured in the National Geographic book, "Last Unspoiled Place"" by Michael S. Sweeney, Logan Canyon Scenic Byway in northern Utah remains today much as it did hundreds of years ago when the Shoshone Indians roamed the area. ...
Hiking Yosemite National Park - Tioga Road/Big Oak Flat Road By: Jay Bryce
Yosemite National Park, one of the first wilderness parks in the United States, is best known for its waterfalls, but within its nearly 1,200 square miles, you can find deep valleys, grand meadows, ancient giant sequoias, a vast wilderness area, and much more. ...
Things to do on South Carolina's Savannah River By: Jay Bryce
While South Carolina's Atlantic beaches attract visitors from around the world, the state's plentiful resources for freshwater fun often get overlooked. Come to South Carolina's southwestern border along the Savannah River Scenic Byway to explore a triad of lakes on the tranquil Savannah River. ...
Camping Utah's Nebo Loop By: Jay Bryce
Need to get away from the daily grind? Ascend Utah's Nebo Loop Scenic Byway nestled in the firs, aspens, oaks and maples of the Uinta National Forest where you can find the perfect getaway campsite. ...
Campfire Safety By: Jay Bryce
Follow these steps when picking your burning site to promote wildfire safety and have a more enjoyable time in the great outdoors. ...
Fishing for Carp By: Jay Bryce
In both Europe and Asia, Carp has been one of the most frequently sought sportfish for centuries, respected as much for its wariness as the strength of its fight. ...
Fishing Glacier Bay Alaska By: Jay Bryce
Glacier Bay Basin in south-eastern Alaska, United States, encompasses the Glacier Bay and surrounding mountains and glaciers, which was first proclaimed a U.S. National Monument on February 25, 1925 and which was later, on Dec. 2, 1980, enlarged and designated as the Glacier Bay National Park. ...
Fishing in Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge By: Jay Bryce
The Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) is a wildlife conservation area along the coast of Texas (USA), west of the town of High Island, Texas. It borders East Bay, part of the Galveston Bay complex, behind Bolivar Peninsula at the Gulf of Mexico. ...
Fishing in Great Smoky Mountains National Park By: Jay Bryce
Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a United States National Park and UNESCO World Heritage Site that straddles the ridgeline of the Great Smoky Mountains. ...
Narrowboat Moorings - Calcutt Boats Marina Review By: Paul C Smith
Your choice of mooring is almost as important as your choice of boat. Here's an in depth review to help make your decision a little easier ...
Licensing Before Poplular Boating Trips In Canada By: Adriana Noton
The warmer weather brings poplular boating trips in Canada for all different types of watercrafts and various degrees of experienced captains. Some of the trips in boats in Canada are near the US and could be a day trip for Americans while other requires careful planning and reservations at either cabins or campsites. ...

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