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Tips And Tricks: Preventing Line Twist With George Poveromo

Line twist is the enemy of saltwater anglers. George Poveromo shows us how to combat this annoyance!

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How To: Last Minute Outdoor Halloween Costumes

Halloween is a time when everyone’s inner child comes out. We’ve all received last-minute invitations to the “it” Halloween party in town—and declined because “we didn’t have a thing to wear.” Sure, there’s always the stand-by Disney princess, or dirty drifter, but why not pick something easy that highlights your outdoor creds (as well as your irrepressible sense of humor). Here are our picks for the top 7 outdoor sports costumes that are a guaranteed to make you the hit of the party. Caution: some are scarier than others!

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Tips And Tricks: Advanced Bike Climbing With Dave Norona

Dave Norona tells us how to adjust our riding style to make and advance up the hill!

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How To: Get Winter Gear On The Cheap

Gearing up for skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, or winter hiking doesn’t have to break the bank. From early October through November, there are gear swaps across the country where you can buy gently used equipment for pennies on the dollar, many of them from high-end brands. 

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Tips And Tricks: Fishing For Smallmouth Bass With Bob Izumi

One of Bob Izumi’s favorite fish to catch is the Smallmouth Bass. He lets us in on where to find them in any season!

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Good To Know: Apples

The Apple has long been associated with temptation. Were Adam and Eve wise to throw everything away just for a bite?

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Tips And Tricks: Tackle Box Essentials With Conway Bowman

Find out what essential items Conway Bowman packs in his tackle box before leaving the dock on any fishing adventure.

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Travel: Best Places to See Fall Foliage in North America

Autumn is all about color, clear blue skies, and the hint of cold weather. It’s time to start thinking of pumpkins, spiced cider, and, most of all, fall foliage. Veteran leaf watchers all have favorite secret spots where they know they’ll see every shade of green, orange, red, yellow, pink, and purple—sometimes without even having to turn their head. Here are some of their picks of places to go with the best leaf-peeping potential. 

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Travel: Mountain Biking in National Parks

With the exception of the occasional gorilla cyclist who scoffed at the laws that don’t allow mountain biking in the country’s national parks, taking a fat-tire bike to the miles of tempting, picture-perfect singletrack of the National Park System has largely been a Beach Boy-type affectation (“Wouldn’t it be nice if we could bike this? Then it wouldn’t really take so long…”). 

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Press Play: Outdoor Meal Masters

Food. One of, if not the, most important element of any camping or backpacking trip. It is food that will keep you going strong all day, and good tasting food makes the trip all the more enjoyable. So don’t settle for simply surviving off granola bars. Instead, learn to be an outdoor meal making master, whatever your adventure. Check out these six videos below.

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