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Tips And Tricks: Releasing Game Fish With George Poveromo

Just because a game fish is destined to be caught and then set free, there’s no substitute for great care in handling the fish prior to it begin released.

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Travel: Aspen

Unlike some Colorado resort towns that feel as if the city itself exists as an afterthought to the resorts that surround it (we’re looking at you, Vail), Aspen feels wholly endemic to the Rocky Mountain State.

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People: 5 Funniest Outdoor Bloopers

Whether a novice or seasoned veteran, we have all experienced an epic outdoor fail at some point in our lives. After all, that’s what trying stuff is all about.

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Tips And Tricks: Overcoming Obstacles With Dave Norona

Dave Norona demonstrates how you should properly approach roots and rocks when mountain biking.

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How To: Open Water Swimming Tips

Nothing typifies relief from the dog days of summer more than splashing into a fresh-water lake, stream, or river.

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Travel: Unexplored Ireland

Far beyond the shamrock clichés, bustling urban centers, and rolling green hills that typify the Ireland of everyone’s mind, resides one of the country’s best-kept secrets. County Donegal, a remote region of Ireland in the northwest, is both sparsely populated and spectacularly beautiful.

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How To: Fish School

Fly fishing. The very mention of the sport conjures up visions of standing in a flowing river with a fly rod, line gently arcing in the air as tempts your fish to rise.

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Good To Know: Duct Tape

Duct tape—the miracle adhesive tape that can be used to fix almost anything. And its origins speak to its enduring, hardcore character: during World War II, the Revolite division of Johnson & Johnson developed a new adhesive tape for the US military, intended to seal ammunition cases against moisture.

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A Man And A Minivan: Part VI

It took about five months to work my way across the country, but after I returned from Alaska–the literal and spiritual end of my westward wandering–I was ready to be home. I drove from Seattle to Washington, D.C., in a week, and completed the final 1,300 miles in a single, sleepless stretch.  These are a few of the spots that demanded I pause the rabid sprint back to the east coast, and they remind me that even when you’ve got somewhere to be, it’s still all in the journey.

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How To: Earn Your Guinness In Dublin

Truth is, most tourists to Dublin experience the city on foot or by bus. We say, break the mold, get your hands wet, and earn that pint of Guinness on the River Liffey.

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