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  1. Tips for finding, catching spring trout

    Tips for finding, catching spring trout

    Tips for finding, catching spring trout
    To the angler, spring commonly means trout, brooks, browns, rainbows and even goldens, widely known as palominos. They’re all great fun to catch. They’re associated so closely with this time of year, of course, because that’s when many state fish agencies stock them into streams and lakes by the tens and even hundreds of thousands. Fishermen and women flock to...
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  2. Proper life jacket style, fit key to safe boating

    Proper life jacket style, fit key to safe boating

    Proper life jacket style, fit key to safe boating
    April is a deceptive month. It feels warm, especially in comparison to the cold days just past. It’s sometimes, if not always, sunny, and the days are longer. But don’t be fooled, not if you are a boater or angler. Water temperatures in April can still be downright cold, to the point of being dangerous. It’s why the ratio of...
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  3. Use a wading staff to battle deceptive water, currents

    Use a wading staff to battle deceptive water, currents

    Use a wading staff to battle deceptive water, currents
    Boating safety instructors, those who teach newbies how to get in and out of canoes in particular, repeat it all the time. Maintain three points of contact. Meaning, you have two hands and two feet. At least three of those should be on the boat or on solid ground at all times. That keeps you from falling. Anglers, those who...
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  4. Shooting is fun, but remember safe gun handling

    Shooting is fun, but remember safe gun handling

    Shooting is fun, but remember safe gun handling
    They’re not buying them to store in a closet. Interest in firearms skyrocketed in America in recent years. More firearms were sold in the past decade than in any similar period. Statistics show many of those people making purchases are first-time gun buyers. And they want to pull the trigger. According to a study commissioned by the National Shooting Sports...
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  5. Tips on choosing the right sleeping bag

    Tips on choosing the right sleeping bag

    Tips on choosing the right sleeping bag
    There’s a reason we have a saying that refers to “happy campers.” As in, if someone’s cranky, they’re “not a happy camper.” Blame their bag. One of the real keys to enjoying multiple, consecutive days outdoors is getting a good night’s rest. No matter their enthusiasm level going into an adventure, the person who goes one or more nights without...
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  6. Properly dispose of old fishing line

    Properly dispose of old fishing line

    Properly dispose of old fishing line
    It is, by design, supposed to be rugged and long lasting. And it certainly is. That’s what makes it so dangerous, in a sense. Monofilament fishing lasts a long, long, long time in the environment. Unfortunately, animals – from birds to turtles and more – sometimes get caught in discarded line. And the results can be deadly. An example comes...
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  7. A birdbath key to enjoying winter wildlife

    A birdbath key to enjoying winter wildlife

    A birdbath key to enjoying winter wildlife
    So, you are a fan of watching birds. Well, know this: you are not alone. According to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, each year more than 45 million Americans watch birds. They contribute nearly $80 billion to the nation’s economy in the process. Some people travel to do their bird watching, taking eco-tourism-type vacations. Most, though, stay right around...
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  8. Shed hunting for antlers a fun winter activity

    Shed hunting for antlers a fun winter activity

    Shed hunting for antlers a fun winter activity
    It’s a lesson deer hunters – and hunters of all kinds really – learn early on. Don’t look for entire animals. It’s smaller things, like the horizontal line of a deer’s back, the black of a rabbit’s eye, the nervous twitch of a squirrel’s tail, that most often give an animal away. So it is with antlers. Shed hunting –...
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  9. Know who to call in case of an outdoor emergency

    Know who to call in case of an outdoor emergency

    Know who to call in case of an outdoor emergency
    All it takes is one second. You’re in the woods -- hiking, mountain biking, perhaps backpacking and camping – and you slip and severely twist an ankle, or worse, break one. You realize you can’t get out on your own. Or, the same happens to your companion, and you don’t want to leave them alone. Perhaps, even, you’re perfectly fine...
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  10. Tips on choosing the right fishing rod

    Tips on choosing the right fishing rod

    Tips on choosing the right fishing rod
    The choices can be bewildering. Walk into any tackle shop and say something as seemingly direct as “I want to buy a fishing rod” and be prepared to get peppered with questions. What kind do you want? What will you be fishing for? How will you use it? What baits or lures do you plan to cast with it, in...
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