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Derrek Sigler   03.31.21 There’s nothing like sitting around a campfire with friends and family, watching the fire crackle and pop. Camp chairs are an important piece of equipment for enjoying the experience. They also come in extremely handy for many other outdoor activities, too. For me, there are two important factors in camping chairs when I’m
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Trent Marsh   03.30.21 The old adage for riflescopes has long been, “spend at least as much on your glass as you did your rifle.” There was a time when that was true, and in many instances you still can, but the options for finding quality scopes for your rifle have never been better. No matter how
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Basic Bushcraft Tips and skills on using an axe, bushcraft knife, camp setup and fire lighting. Use my link http://www.audible.com/taoutdoors or text TAOUTDOORS to 500-500 to get a free book and 30 day free trial. ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ CHAPTERS ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Axe & Saw Technique: 2:30 Camp Setup: 44:03 Knife Skills: 49:34 Basic Fire Lighting Tips: 56:08 Friction
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Derrek Sigler   03.26.21 Every outdoor enthusiast at some point in time, will find his or herself out in the wilds after the sun sets. Whether you’re heading to your treestand, sliding into your favorite fishing hole, or setting the decoys for a morning duck hunt, a quality headlamp can make the adventure much easier by keeping
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Justin Mastine-Frost   03.23.21 Different knives serve different tasks, and when it comes to choosing the right camping knife there’s a lot to take into consideration. What sort of camping expedition are you heading on will have a big impact on what you need to be prepared for, and the answer won’t always be a big bad
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Derrek Sigler   03.09.21 Fishing is a great sport. It is something that unites everyone, everywhere, as it is one of the few sports that nearly everyone has tried at some point. Modern sport fishing has been ongoing for decades. Every year, new gear hits the markets, but it all holds up over the years. For example,
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Justin Mastine-Frost   03.02.21 Before we start going up the food chain into high spec production folding knives from some of the industry’s best makers, we’ve decided to start with the real entry window in the category—pocket knives under $50. As with most “budget” categories, there’s a lot of trash out there, so with that in mind
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Derrek Sigler   02.24.21 Outdoor enthusiasts such as ourselves always come prepared with a knife of some kind. Whether you’re fishing, hunting, hiking, off-roading or any other outdoor activity, you need to have a knife with you for any number of reasons. But that knife is no good to you if it is dull. Dull knives can
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Derrek Sigler   02.22.21 It can happen to any of us. An emergency situation arises and we find ourselves without the basics we need for everyday life. Freak storms can knock out power grids and other utilities, leaving us without electricity, heat, water and more. The old saying goes something like, “a country boy can survive.” That’s
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Here are 10 simple wilderness survival tips and bushcraft skills. You can apply these skills on wilderness camping trips or just an overnight camp down your local woodland. Ranging from splitting large logs, crafting wood items for your bushcraft camp as well as lighting fire. Swiss Army Knife in this video: UK: https://amzn.to/3boaPGO US: https://amzn.to/2NdlRXB
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Justin Mastine-Frost   02.18.21 Utility knives by classification are a bit boring, but not today. A utility knife is effectively a fancy box cutter—a blade that lives in your junk drawer or clipped onto your belt at work if you work in shipping in receiving. The typical answer is usually something from a no name brand or
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Derrek Sigler   02.17.21 Back in 2014, GAMO Outdoor USA, along with Jackie Bushman from Buckmasters and Michael Waddell from Bone Collector, started a unique hunting competition, the Squirrel Master Classic. The event is traditionally a one-day squirrel hunt using Gamo air rifles and is judged similar to a bass tournament. This year, however, the GAMO Squirrel
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Derrek Sigler   02.14.21 Cover Photo – Shutterstock/Danielsen Winter is here and the lakes and ponds are starting to look less like water and more like skating rinks. That means it is almost time to hit the hard water and do some ice fishing. For those of us who frequently fish the ice, we’re most likely already
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Derrek Sigler   02.12.21 Updated Feb. 12, 2021 You don’t have to go to an archery pro shop to get a great compound bow. There are some seriously sweet compound bows available that fit any budget and can be shipped right to your door. These are some of the best compound bows available today, with easy set
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Derrek Sigler   02.11.21 It’s no secret that decoys can help bring turkeys to you when you’re hunting. Decoys are getting better every year and help fool those big toms and, even more importantly, those weary old hens that are often the cause of a busted hunt. Hens have excellent vision and aren’t all caught up with
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Derrek Sigler   02.09.21 Anglers are always trying to reel in the best possible way to get on the fish. One of the techniques on the rise is fishing from a kayak. Fishing-specific kayaks are stable, silent and highly mobile. You can haul one in with ease and reach fishable waters previously unavailable to you. There is
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Derrek Sigler   02.02.21 Doesn’t it always seem like you never have a knife on you when you need one? Having a pocket knife with you is one of the more handy things you can do, so you might as well carry one all the time. As long as you know what your budget is, and what
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OutdoorHub Reporters   02.02.21 When Yeti hit the scene with their roto-molded, extreme coolers, everybody wanted one. That led to a bunch of companies bringing coolers to the market. How can you tell if the cooler you’re looking at is the right one for you? Here of five of the best coolers for the great outdoors. There
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Derrek Sigler   02.02.21 A few years ago, a buddy called me up and asked for help. He was out cruising trails in his truck when he found out that what looked like a snowy trail in front of him turned out to be a barely frozen over swamp that he was now stuck in, and by
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Derrek Sigler   01.25.21 By now, we’re all steadily anticipating pulling the boats back out and dreaming of sunny days on the water. However, there’s still plenty of good days left chasing fish on the hard water. Here’s a few tips that have worked well for us over the years for late season ice fishing tactics for
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