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Different Ice Fishing Baits

It can be easy to find a type of bait you like to use, and only use that when ice fishing. But low and behold, there are many different types of baits out there you can put to use. In this video, Minnesota angler Keith [...]

fishing structure

Fishing Tips: Pros and Cons of Fishing Structure

When it comes to fishing around structure, there are a few pros and cons. The first thing to understand is what structure is, and it’s essentially what’s on the bottom. Common structure can be rocks, different contours on the bottom or even trees in the [...]

king rig, fishing tips, tackle tip

Tackle Tip: Basic King Rig

Captain Todd Jones gives a quick tutorial on a basic king rig, in this Outdoors.com Tackle Tip. Basic 2-Hook King Rig Start with two live bait hooks on wire. We recommend a #5 wire, which is lighter, but allows bait to swim better. You’ll want [...]

eel rig

Fishing Tips: Felmlee Eel Rig with Captain Nathan

Felmlee Lures: Eel Rig Quick & easy eel rig tutorial: Follow the line down the center to keep the hook straight, and stick the hook right in the top. Squeeze the bait tight on the sides to help the bait stay along that straight line. [...]

camp

3 Tips for Pitching the Perfect Camp

Setting up a tent is easy to do, but knowing exactly where to place it can make a big difference when it comes to getting a good night’s sleep. If you’re staying at a campground, you might not have control over all of these factors, [...]

blister prevention

Hiking Tips: Blister Prevention

It’s easy to find things to complain about on long hikes. You’re hot, your legs are sore, you’re cold, etc. These can usually be overcome mentally, but there’s one thing that will get the best of you every time: blisters. So, let’s talk blister prevention. If [...]

outdoor skills

5 Outdoor Skills To Master During Quarantine

If you love outdoor adventure, being stuck at home during quarantine straight-up sucks. All of the things we love to do are now harder to do because we’re supposed to stay put. We’ve been trying to use this time to work on a few outdoor [...]

doa lures

DOA Lures Fishing Event: Innovation

We got some Bow Time with Mark Nichols at the DOA Lures Fishing Event. Do you have the next great lure idea? Mark Nichols, founder of DOA Baits, and has created some of the most innovative designs in soft plastic baits. He is here to [...]

identifying chanterelle mushrooms

Baird Brothers How To: Identifying Chanterelle Mushrooms

Watch out for poisonous copy-cat mushrooms! Jim shares his insight into identifying chanterelle mushrooms in the Canadian wilderness. — Jim and Ted Baird, Season 4 Alone winners, have explored and endured over 10,000 miles of the worlds most brutal terrain. Now, they’re pushing off on [...]

moose call

Baird Brothers How To: Build a Moose Call

Learn to use bark, roots of spruce to build a moose call with the help of Baird bro’s survivalist mentor Alex. — Jim and Ted Baird, Season 4 Alone winners, have explored and endured over 10,000 miles of the worlds most brutal terrain. Now, they’re [...]

ice fishing bait
bait

Different Ice Fishing Baits

It can be easy to find a type of bait you like to use, and only use that when ice fishing. But low and [...]

fishing structure
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Fishing Tips: Pros and Cons of Fishing Structure

When it comes to fishing around structure, there are a few pros and cons. The first thing to understand is what structure is, and [...]

king rig, fishing tips, tackle tip
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Tackle Tip: Basic King Rig

Captain Todd Jones gives a quick tutorial on a basic king rig, in this Outdoors.com Tackle Tip. Basic 2-Hook King Rig Start with two [...]

eel rig
eel rig

Fishing Tips: Felmlee Eel Rig with Captain Nathan

Felmlee Lures: Eel Rig Quick & easy eel rig tutorial: Follow the line down the center to keep the hook straight, and stick the [...]

camp
camping

3 Tips for Pitching the Perfect Camp

Setting up a tent is easy to do, but knowing exactly where to place it can make a big difference when it comes to [...]

blister prevention
blister prevention

Hiking Tips: Blister Prevention

It’s easy to find things to complain about on long hikes. You’re hot, your legs are sore, you’re cold, etc. These can usually be [...]

outdoor skills
backyard skills

5 Outdoor Skills To Master During Quarantine

If you love outdoor adventure, being stuck at home during quarantine straight-up sucks. All of the things we love to do are now harder [...]

doa lures
baits

DOA Lures Fishing Event: Innovation

We got some Bow Time with Mark Nichols at the DOA Lures Fishing Event. Do you have the next great lure idea? Mark Nichols, [...]

identifying chanterelle mushrooms
baird bros

Baird Brothers How To: Identifying Chanterelle Mushrooms

Watch out for poisonous copy-cat mushrooms! Jim shares his insight into identifying chanterelle mushrooms in the Canadian wilderness. — Jim and Ted Baird, Season [...]

moose call
Baird Bros

Baird Brothers How To: Build a Moose Call

Learn to use bark, roots of spruce to build a moose call with the help of Baird bro’s survivalist mentor Alex. — Jim and [...]

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