Women's Outdoor Life

3 Tips for Buying A Good Fishing Boat (0)

November 5, 2014 • Category: Fishing

Not all fishing boats are created equally. In fact, unless you’re careful, it’s very easy to wind up overpaying for your watercraft. Here are just three ways to avoid scammers and unscrupulous salespeople when hunting for a good fishing boat. 1. Know Your Needs Are you going crabbing or sport-fishing? Do you usually focus your […]

3 Tips for Buying A Good Fishing Boat

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Top Tips for Sustainable Travel (0)

Top Tips for Sustainable Travel

Sustainable travel is all about travelling to destinations without harming the area that you’re visiting. Specifically, it means that you, the traveller, will manage your resources properly so that your visit to an area won’t have negative a negative impact on the existing culture, environment, and general surroundings. How to travel sustainably will have a […]

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This Summer’s Must-Visit Campsite (0)

This Summer’s Must-Visit Campsite

It’s that time of year again- the birds are chirping, the flowers are blooming and the sun is beaming, hinting that summer is well and truly on its way. There’s no better way to spend your summer than in the great outdoors, exploring a new space or perhaps just lying back and taking it all […]

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3 Tips for Buying A Good Fishing Boat (0)

3 Tips for Buying A Good Fishing Boat

Not all fishing boats are created equally. In fact, unless you’re careful, it’s very easy to wind up overpaying for your watercraft. Here are just three ways to avoid scammers and unscrupulous salespeople when hunting for a good fishing boat. 1. Know Your Needs Are you going crabbing or sport-fishing? Do you usually focus your […]

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Choosing Lures (0)

Choosing Lures

Does this scenario sound familiar? You’re leaving early in the morning to spend the day fishing a lake that you have never fished before but have heard the bass are biting really well. Dinner is over, you’ve appeased your wife for your up coming absence by doing the dishes and now you are going to […]

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The Advantages of Scouting & Tracking Prior to Hunting (0)

The Advantages of Scouting & Tracking Prior to Hunting

Successful hunters know that the more preparation and studying that go into hunting, the better and easier hunting will be for that season. Scouting and tracking are some of the best ways to prepare for the upcoming season, which is why hunting outfitters are some of the best and most prepared hunters out there. If […]

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Cathedral Falls Trail (1)

Cathedral Falls Trail

This recreation access trail leads to the falls on Cathedral Falls Creek. Length (one way): 0.25 mile Rating: More Difficult USGS Maps: Petersburg D-5 and D-6

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Living Abroad in Australia’s Natural Playground (0)

Living Abroad in Australia’s Natural Playground

Have you ever considered spending a few years living and working abroad? Australia is an excellent choice for long term travel because of its amazing geography and laid back vibe. Out of all of the countries where you could choose to work and play, Australia is probably one of the best. Its cities are world […]

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Villas in Tuscany (0)

Villas in Tuscany

The villas have ancient origins, even the Romans built their summer residences far from the city to escape the summer heat. This tradition has been passed down through time until today, in fact, even now many families still have a house and a city in the country. Today, many are rented villas in Tuscany vacation […]

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Warm Is Right (0)

Warm Is Right

Layering strategies for alpine routes and bivouacs What to wear? It’s the perennial question when packing for an ice route or alpine peak. When I plan my clothing and bivouac systems, whether for a one-day or a multi-day route, I use three principles. First, bring as few different items as possible. Second, manage moisture (I […]

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San Francisco (0)

After more than a year of preparation completely “do it yourself”, finally came the moment of departure. We start from Torino with a stopover in Frankfurt to San Francisco, the plane is on time and at about 16:15 we landed on American soil we pass the checks and collect your luggage … finally we are […]

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How to Pimp Your Boat (0)

You may have heard a lot about pimping out your car, but how about your boat? Have you considered making it into the most stylish watercraft it can be? The following are some things you might want to install in your boat to make it into a remarkable ride that no one will forget. One […]

Outdoor Stories»

1000 and 1 things you can do outdoors: third, rest of the politicians. (0)

If you plan ahead, you can get to an outdoor outlet in which politicians do not bother even once their electoral projects tasteless. Here you can not catch a single FM radio or cellular signal or any mobile phone operator …¡¡ as close to paradise! It is very simple, just try not to take any […]

Outdoor Workshops»

How can a woman get a job abroad? (0)

Set your goals The country you first arrive you may be too large and may not know where to start. So it helps to be clear about your goal before you start searching. It is you who have to mark what interests you want to follow and how you will arrange to get them. Depending […]

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The diet of honey (0)

One tablespoon before going to bed and -1 pound a week! One tablespoon of honey in a hot drink (or warm) before going to bed. That’s it. What? Lose weight! It seems that the diet of honey is a good habit to lose weight, this is the result of a research nutritionist Mike McInnes: triggers […]

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6 Crazy Ways to See Better While Driving at Night (0)

You’ve obviously heard the old phrase “Blind as a bat” at least once in your life. I never quite understood what it meant until I noticed that driving at night has become a bit more of a challenge. The glare from oncoming cars, rain, sleet and unfamiliar territory can all be overwhelming and lead to […]

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Why To Invest In RV Covers (0)

Why To Invest In RV Covers

Your RV is certainly one of your most cherished investments and it’s natural that you would look forward to ensure the maximum possible protection for it. According to experts, you must invest in a RV cover to guarantee all-round protection for your asset. The cover will protect your vehicle from environmental fallout, keeping it safe […]

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San Francisco (0)

After more than a year of preparation completely “do it yourself”, finally came the moment of departure. We start from Torino with a stopover in Frankfurt to San Francisco, the plane is on time and at about 16:15 we landed on American soil we pass the checks and collect your luggage … finally we are […]

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Get a Little Piece of the Caribbean in Columbia (0)

In Cartagena de Indias, the coastline is covered by modern condominiums that reach to the sky. One place, however, brings back the charm of days gone by. In this walled city known as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the streets are paved with cobblestones and lone vendors walk them selling their wares. It will truly […]

Women traveling preparation»

Amsterdam advice: The coolest insider tips (0)

Amsterdam is one of the most beautiful and the most exciting cities in Europe – and because the Dutch city is also easily reached from Germany, it is a great destination for a city break. As you experience Amsterdam from the most rustic and simultaneously coolest site, we will tell you here. Of the Directions […]

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