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Thick leaden clouds blanketed the sky and the air had a heavy, raw feel as we pushed off into the emerald green river. But at least temperatures hovered above freezing.…
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As the north winds begin to push south with Vs of Canadian geese, we are given a yearly opportunity to photograph vivid colors rarely seen in nature. Red and gold…
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Handheld GPS units are a great all-in-one tool — map, compass, and navigating record keeper — for day hikers and back country backpackers alike. With the wide selection of handheld…
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Photo credit: Pixaby.com In the summer, or even fall, winter and spring in some parts of the world, heat can be a dangerous element in the outdoors. According to the…
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  RedHead Expedition Fixed Blade Knife   A knife is widely regarded as the single most important survival tool for those who venture into the wilderness. It can obviously cut…
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The popularity of ATVs among anglers and hunters is no surprise — these workhorses can carry or tow an incredible amount. They're easy to operate and, when handled responsibly and…
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How to Prevent Tick Bites

Thursday, July 10 2014 6:00 am - for General Outdoors
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    Don't let ticks keep you from enjoying the great outdoors. Fortunately, there are several tactics you and your family can use to prevent tick bites and reduce the…
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Few things stimulate the senses and rejuvenate the body like quenching your thirst with big gulp of cool water in the great outdoors. Staying hydrated is important, especially in extreme…
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Dealing with insects is a given for anglers and hunters as our activities regularly put us in bad bug situations. West Nile virus, Lyme disease and allergic-reaction-causing stings are all…
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A few decades ago, it would have been difficult to find an outdoorsman who couldn't start a fire. Wood cookstoves and heating were used by almost everyone, and campfires brightened…
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