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Tips And Tricks: Teasing Up Fish With George Poveromo

Trolling for Mahi offshore? George Poveromo show us his trick for teasing up the big ones!

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A Man And A Minivan, Part: I

A Man and a Mini-Van: 15,000 Miles, 6 Months And One Big Country

By Robert Walton

Robert Walton is an accomplished journalist and photographer who walked away from a stable nine-to-five job as a news editor to drive across the country and start the #TryingStuff lifestyle.  This is his story.

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Tips And Tricks: Selecting Gears With Dave Norona

You’ve got to climb steep hills and descend the hard ones. Dave Norona tells us how many and which gears to incorporate during our next trek.

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Good To Know: Lighten Your Feet, Lighten Your Load

The Myth:

Every pound you wear on your feet equals five pounds that you carry in your backpack.

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Travel: Minneapolis

Nearly 70% of Minnesotans take part in some form of outdoor recreation each year—impressive figures for a state that sees an average annual snowfall of 70 inches and temps as low as -60 degrees F in winter. 

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Tips And Tricks: Bait Caster Basics With Bob Izumi

Backyard practice is the best way to get used to bait casting. Pro, Bob Izumi shows us host to put these tips into motion once you’re ready to hit the water.

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How-To: Keep Your Kids Active

Exercise makes you stronger. And for kids, once it becomes part of their daily routine, will provide benefits for their entire life. The best secret?

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Tips And Tricks: Debarbing A Hook With Conway Bowman

When catch and release is the name of the game, it’s important to debarb for an easy time on the water. Conway Bowman shows us this simple tip.

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Good To Know: Coffee

Myth: It is often suggested that caffeine from food sources such as coffee, tea, or even chocolate causes dehydration and its consumption should be avoided or significantly reduced to maintain fluid balance when playing outdoors.

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Travel: Best Places To Climb Outdoors

There are literally thousands of places to learn to climb in the United States, from the alpine peaks of the Rocky Mountains to the thousands of small outcrops dotting the countryside or the rocky shores lining both the Atlantic and the Pacific.

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