While cold winter days make a perfect setting for various cozy indoor activities, for those looking for an occasional adventurous kick to break their comfortable routine, ice fishing can be just the right formula.

Even though this way of fishing has some dangers fishermen need to be constantly aware of, modern equipment transformed it from a survival skill into almost a recreational sporting activity. 


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Spending time in nature has multiple health benefits. Time spent outdoors improves our physical, mental and social well-being. Being exposed to nature reduces stress by lowering the stress hormone cortisol, a Japanese study shows. 


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If you’re planning on spending a night out hunting coyotes, you’re going to need to pack
accordingly. After all, even the best hunter needs to make sure they have the right gear to have
a successful hunt. This handy checklist will help you make sure that you have everything you
need to enjoy yourself and catch your game. It’ll help you make sure you have everything and
that you know exactly why you need it! 


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Archery: we all want to look gracious while doing it, but we seem to miss our targets whenever we try to shoot. Moreover, while we do manage to shoot, our “technique” still has us flailing around after we release the arrow.


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Owning a knife can be really helpful, especially if you go camping or engage in any other outdoor activities that may require you to use a knife. Still, a knife comes with many benefits regardless of use – and this is why you have to protect it properly or know what to do when such a tool has been rendered useless.


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Top 10 Deadly Poisonous Plants You Should Avoid in Garden


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Anatomy of a hiking boot.


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Hello everyone! Today I’m going to talk about the Zeus Handy Tool.


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One surefire way to ruin a picture-perfect outing is to come in contact with a poisonous plant and suffer the consequences: unbearably itchy skin rash, headaches, dizziness, nausea – the list goes on and on. How can you avoid these poisonous green party poopers? It’s all about knowing what to look for.

The Poison behind the Plant
Although a number of plants can provoke a skin reaction, three major poisonous culprits tend to cause an irritating skin rash: poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac.


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Hi Everyone. Today I’m going to talk about the Eco Vessel Boulder insulated water bottle.


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Stay Safe and Healthy in the Wilderness by Learning All About the Animals and Plants Around You


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