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Hunting Safety
Hunting

Carry Safely: Top Tips for Open Carry States

Open carry laws may be controversial in some parts of the country, but depending on where you live, they may have already taken effect. The fact is that while some may disagree with open carry, there are ways to…

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Destination

How to Find Cheap Hotels

This is one of the issues when traveling: find a suitable and also budget hotel. The flight is usually always the main expense of a trip, however the hotels offer endless options to stay for reasonable prices in the…

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Fishing

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…

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US

How to Really Enjoy the City You Visit

Traveling during the summer is a great way to take advantage of the season while enjoying some new experiences that will lead to many wonderful memories. Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, there are many ways to…

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Fishing

5 Planning and Prep Tips for a Fly Fishing Vacation

Did you know that fly fishing may reduce stress and lower blood pressure? Yes, there are many benefits of spending a relaxing few days in the river – with the water up to your waist – catching fish. When it comes…

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Weekend Trip

5 Overseas Car Rental Tips for Travelers

Any time you travel you have to weigh the costs and benefits of various forms of transportation to get you around once you reach your destination. But when you travel to foreign countries, you might find the task of…

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Sports Outdoor

Women walking boots buying tips

Walks generate a great effort in the feet and ankles of women. That’s why when a woman wants to buy a new pair of walking boots, often carefully compares all available options. Anyone who has gone to walk with…

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Mountaineering and trekking

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,…