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3 Things To Do To Prepare For Your Fly Fishing Trip

Fly fishing can be a relaxing and enjoyable activity. It's just you, your rod, the fish, and possibly a guide. You can stand by the river, casting and contemplating the chance of catching a fish with this cast. Preparing well for your first fly fishing trip can make your trip a lot more enjoyable for you. What are some things that you can do to prep for your first trip?  Read More 

How Hunting Gambrels Improve Child Hunting Education

Hunting is often a family affair and one that passes from generation to generation for many years. Parents who love hunting and who want to get their children involved in this sport may want to consider a multi-purpose hunting gambrel for their outdoor fun. These tools can provide unique experiences that make their operation smoother and more efficient for outdoor enjoyment.  Ways Multi-Purpose Hunting Gambrels Improve This Outdoor Experience Children learning about hunting look to their parents to provide a comprehensive and easy-to-understand experience. Read More 

Who Can Go Whitewater Rafting?

With summer almost over, you may be looking for one last fun adventure. If you are looking for an adrenaline rush you should take your family and friends and go whitewater rafting! While it may sound pretty intimidating at first, you may be surprised by how much you enjoy your adventure. Some people may wonder if anyone can go whitewater rafting, or if only experienced swimmers should attempt a rafting trip. Read More 

Benefits Of Skydiving

If you've thought about skydiving before but you've never actually done it, then you should follow through. While you may have your own reasons for being intrigued by the thought of skydiving, there are a lot of fantastic reasons for doing it and you may not have realized even half of them. Here are some of the things that you will get to enjoy if you decide to go skydiving. Read More 

Three Reasons That Breathing Is Important When Skydiving

It's easy to involuntarily hold your breath the second you jump out of an airplane during your first skydiving experience. Even though you'll be jumping as a tandem — that is, strapped to an instructor — you'll feel a combination of nerves and exhilaration as you go along for the ride. The idea of remembering to breathe may seem funny, as your body knows that it needs oxygen, but it can be tempting to hold your breath during some of your descent. Read More