Category: Expert Advice

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Podcast: All About a Magic Fly-Tying Material, with Tim Flagler

Podcast: All About a Magic Fly-Tying Material, with Tim Flagler

[Interview starts at 46:41] I frequently get questions about CDC, or Cul de Canard, a special feather found on ducks that makes very e [...]
Plot your paradise with new Garmin Navionics+ marine cartography

Plot your paradise with new Garmin Navionics+ marine cartography

OLATHE, Kan./Jan. 19, 2022/Business Wire – Garmin® International, Inc., a unit of Garmin Ltd.  (NYSE: GRMN), the world’s largest1 and most innova [...]
Be a smart boat buyer

Be a smart boat buyer

We’re headed into the boat show season, a time that can be overwhelming for the first-time bass boat buyer.If you’re one of those prospective buy [...]
How To Raise Your Kids To Be Expert Skiers

How To Raise Your Kids To Be Expert Skiers

When you’re ready to get serious about learning, you have several choices at your disposal; which you choose may depend on your personal situ [...]
2022 Sportsmen’s Shows – On The Water

2022 Sportsmen’s Shows – On The Water

It’s been nearly two years since we had a full winter schedule of Sportsman’s Shows in the Northeast. Things were looking promising going into th [...]
Escaping the Icy Grip of Fear in the Mountains

Escaping the Icy Grip of Fear in the Mountains

During a two-week mountaineering trip many summers ago, a member of my group tripped and fell head-first off a steep switchback while descen [...]
Reviewing the Internet’s Dumbest Survival Tips

Reviewing the Internet’s Dumbest Survival Tips

Bushcraft is a term that was largely popularized by legendary Canadian outdoorsman Mors Kochanski, who summed up his survival philosophy with a m [...]
Daily Limit: Circle of trust for Cherry, Mosley and Rivet

Daily Limit: Circle of trust for Cherry, Mosley and Rivet

Their resumes since joining forces say it’s a resounding success. Cherry, 47, of Lincolnton, N.C., is the two-time defending Classic champion. Mo [...]
5 Budget Bows From The 2022 ATA Show

5 Budget Bows From The 2022 ATA Show

Follow our full coverage of the hottest archery equipment for 2022, including crossbows, flagship compound bows, broadheads, and access [...]
Long Island Lunkers – On The Water

Long Island Lunkers – On The Water

Pictured: The author caught this 6-pound, 12-ounce Long Island largemouth bass during a hot August day. It is quite possible—even likely—that the [...]
Warthog Sharpeners Names Source Outdoor Group as Agency of Record

Warthog Sharpeners Names Source Outdoor Group as Agency of Record

Warthog Blade Sharpeners USA is excited to announce that they have partnered with Source Outdoor Group of Gainesville, Georgia, to be t [...]
[Q&A] Catching up with Lorraine Huber about mental strength and the confidence needed to compete

[Q&A] Catching up with Lorraine Huber about mental strength and the confidence needed to compete

Featured Image: Sepp Mallaun Lorraine Huber’s climb to the top of the Freeride World Tour (FWT) podium in 2017 was anything but [...]
You Got Archery Equipment for Christmas. Now What?

You Got Archery Equipment for Christmas. Now What?

It’s Christmas morning and the excitement of the day is palpable. You’re enjoying your time with family and/or friends, celebrating your o [...]
The Outdoor Journal’s Biggest Stories of 2021 – The Outdoor Journal

The Outdoor Journal’s Biggest Stories of 2021 – The Outdoor Journal

Before you read, remember this: Independent editorial isn't free. If you enjoy this article, please consider our message at the en [...]
A Professional Archer’s Advice on Why You Should Check Your Equipment at Tournaments

A Professional Archer’s Advice on Why You Should Check Your Equipment at Tournaments

Fresh off the Tokyo Olympics, Jack Williams rolled right into another competition at the Hyundai Archery World Cup and World Championships [...]
[Q&A] Catching up with Tim McChesney

[Q&A] Catching up with Tim McChesney

Featured Image: Eric Parker A staple in the freeski world for well over a decade, Tim McChesney first stomped onto the scene fi [...]
Becoming a Naturalist – On The Water

Becoming a Naturalist – On The Water

The beautiful blue eyes of a bay scallop.Since my first fishing trip at the age of six, I have been fascinated with marine life. I wanted to lea [...]
From comps to cirques: Sophia Schwartz’s path from Olympic mogul hopeful to big-mountain mentor

From comps to cirques: Sophia Schwartz’s path from Olympic mogul hopeful to big-mountain mentor

Featured Image: Iain Kuo When the winds are howling and the conditions are bulletproof, Sophia Schwartz is the kind of skier wh [...]
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