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  1. Steelhead fishing throughout the seasons

    Steelhead fishing throughout the seasons

    Steelhead fishing throughout the seasons
    The onset of fall brings with it the beginning of steelhead fishing. But just the beginning. Crowds of anglers flock to the water early on, when fresh fish first start showing up and the weather is still warm and, at least sometimes, cooperative. The action lasts a lot longer than some think, though. In the Great Lakes states in particular...
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  2. Mentoring young hunters into the outdoors

    Mentoring young hunters into the outdoors

    Mentoring young hunters into the outdoors
    The outdoors are your passion. And – like any true believer – you want to pass along that love to the next generation. We get it. But be careful. Sometimes, in our zeal to share what we most cherish, we start out with almost too much enthusiasm. When it comes to hunting, for example, accomplished adults sometimes take kids out...
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  3. Wildlife watching from the water

    Wildlife watching from the water

    Wildlife watching from the water
    We weren’t the only ones with, well, eagle eyes. Floating downriver in our canoe, we looked to our left and saw, floating on the surface, a dead fish. A smallish carp, it seemed. No sooner had we spotted it then a large shadow loomed over the still water. We looked up and there was a mature bald eagle. It circled...
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  4. First aid kit a critical piece of camping gear

    First aid kit a critical piece of camping gear

    First aid kit a critical piece of camping gear
    Sometimes it’s the little things that get you. Take a blister for example. You can plan a campout for months, and spend lots of money on a tent and hiking boots and sleeping bags and all other kinds of gear. But, if you get a blister while hiking the first day – and have no way to deal with it...
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  5. Remember ABCs for tree stand safety

    Remember ABCs for tree stand safety

    Remember ABCs for tree stand safety
    The responsibility is yours. Hunting is safer than ever these days, according to accident statistics compiled by wildlife agencies all around the country. Fewer hunters are getting shot by others. Take Pennsylvania, for example. The Pennsylvania Game Commission has tracked hunting accidents since 1915. Only three years have there been no hunting fatalities – but all three have occurred since...
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  6. Calling deer can lead to hunting success

    Calling deer can lead to hunting success

    Calling deer can lead to hunting success
    Often in deer hunting, going unseen and unheard is the key to success. No stand will is worth hunting if you can’t get there without alarming the deer in the vicinity. You spook your quarry before the game begins. It’s the same with the wind. Park yourself in a stand that’s upstream of the direction you expect deer to come...
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  7. Think location, appetites for fall smallmouth bass

    Think location, appetites for fall smallmouth bass

    Think location, appetites for fall smallmouth bass
    There are certain times of year when fishing is really, really tough. Fall is not necessarily one of them, especially when it comes to smallmouth bass in rivers. In fact, autumn offers some of the best river bass action of the year. You just have to go where the fish are and give them what they want. That’s easier than...
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  8. Daypack essentials for outdoor adventure

    Daypack essentials for outdoor adventure

    Daypack essentials for outdoor adventure
    There are easier ways to get attention. Sure, you can get lost in the woods for weeks at a time, revert to primitive caveman status in the process and drop dozens of pounds as you survive on nothing more than grubs. Survive and it’s a great story. But who wants to go through all that? Time spent outdoors is supposed...
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  9. Variety the spice of life, and of trout fishing, too

    Variety the spice of life, and of trout fishing, too

    Variety the spice of life, and of trout fishing, too
    Rare – like Bigfoot rare -- is the angler who has just one type of lure or one size hook in his tackle box. They probably don’t exist. Variety, that’s what every fisherman or woman wants. So why not with our trout, too? The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission stocks four types of trout each spring. They’re browns, rainbows, brooks...
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  10. Taxidermy an art form, but do your homework

    Taxidermy an art form, but do your homework

    Taxidermy an art form, but do your homework
    The days of taxidermy being little more than ratty-looking stuffed heads on grandpa’s wall are over. Or at least it can be. Taxidermy has evolved into an art form. If you doubt that, visit the annual exhibitions put on by groups like the Pennsylvania Taxidermist Association or their counterparts in other states. The mounts you’ll encounter are lifelike, yet also...
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