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Tips To Avoid Peak, Mainstream, Travel Nightmares

With Thanksgiving and the Holiday Season fast approaching, we are all feeling the pre-holiday scramble. Unless you can convince the family that they need another trip to the lake, you are probably looking at a much different packing and planning situation at least once in [...]

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Tent Basics

During a camping trip, you’ll often be utilizing a tent and knowing some tent basics will go a long way. The first thing I wanted to cover is to find a flat area for the tent. Another thing to look for is a shaded area [...]

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Cooking Your Catch: How to Fillet Walleye

After catching walleye, you need to be able to clean and fillet it. Some basics when it comes to filleting walleyes is to have a steel glove on your off hand to help control the fish and to prevent you from cutting your hand. Another [...]

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Baird Brothers How To: Build a Rabbit Snare

Learn to build a rabbit snare using nothing but branches and bare hands from 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 pushing off [...]

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Baird Brothers How To: Portage Long Distances

Watch Jim Baird as he shares his do’s and don’ts for portaging long distances in the bush. Whether you’re planning your first trip, or know the blood sweat and tears of portaging all too well....you’re guaranteed to learn some new tips to make sure you’re [...]

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Baird Brothers How To: Make a Portable Fire

Watch Ted Baird as he shares his camping fire hacks by taking advantage of vegetation, tree barks and sap in order to build a kindle kit, aka portable fire, for any weather conditions. — Jim and Ted Baird, Season 4 Alone winners, have explored and [...]

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River Rafting Tips from the Pros

Western River Expeditions has been putting people and rafts on rivers since 1961 and they’ve seen it all. To help out the novice rafters, they’ve compiled the following list of nine tips for the beginner when it comes to rafting. Pack like a minimalist You really [...]

fly fishing

Tips to Get Started Fly Fishing

Fly fishing can seem pretty intimidating when an angler first decides to pick it up and give it a go. Whereas regular rod and reel fishing can be a little more relaxed, fly fishing requires all the patience you’re used to utilizing plus a whole [...]

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8 Tips When Visiting a Marine Sanctuary

The NOAA National Marine Sanctuaries include more than 600,000 square miles of marine protected areas, from the rugged Olympic Peninsula of Washington to the “shipwreck alley” of Michigan’s Thunder Bay and the turquoise-hued shallows of the Florida Keys. These national treasures present great opportunities for [...]

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Camping: How to Pick the Best Backpack

How to choose the right travel backpack? Which travel backpack is the best? Alex and Marko, the Vagabrothers, go over the pros & cons of 4 different minimalist backpacks and help you pick the perfect backpack for your travels.

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Tips To Avoid Peak, Mainstream, Travel Nightmares

With Thanksgiving and the Holiday Season fast approaching, we are all feeling the pre-holiday scramble. Unless you can convince the family that they need [...]

tent basics
camping

Tent Basics

During a camping trip, you’ll often be utilizing a tent and knowing some tent basics will go a long way. The first thing I [...]

fillet walleye
cooking

Cooking Your Catch: How to Fillet Walleye

After catching walleye, you need to be able to clean and fillet it. Some basics when it comes to filleting walleyes is to have [...]

rabbit snare
Baird Bros

Baird Brothers How To: Build a Rabbit Snare

Learn to build a rabbit snare using nothing but branches and bare hands from Baird Bro’s survivalist mentor, Alex. — Jim and Ted Baird, [...]

portaging long distances
Baird Bros

Baird Brothers How To: Portage Long Distances

Watch Jim Baird as he shares his do’s and don’ts for portaging long distances in the bush. Whether you’re planning your first trip, or [...]

portable fire
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Baird Brothers How To: Make a Portable Fire

Watch Ted Baird as he shares his camping fire hacks by taking advantage of vegetation, tree barks and sap in order to build a [...]

river rafting
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River Rafting Tips from the Pros

Western River Expeditions has been putting people and rafts on rivers since 1961 and they’ve seen it all. To help out the novice rafters, they’ve [...]

fly fishing
Fishing

Tips to Get Started Fly Fishing

Fly fishing can seem pretty intimidating when an angler first decides to pick it up and give it a go. Whereas regular rod and [...]

marine sanctuary
Boating

8 Tips When Visiting a Marine Sanctuary

The NOAA National Marine Sanctuaries include more than 600,000 square miles of marine protected areas, from the rugged Olympic Peninsula of Washington to the [...]

backpack
backpack

Camping: How to Pick the Best Backpack

How to choose the right travel backpack? Which travel backpack is the best? Alex and Marko, the Vagabrothers, go over the pros & cons [...]

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