Month: November 2020

Derrek Sigler   11.20.20 If that special person on your gift list is angling for a great present, fishing gear is always a hit. Black Friday is a good time to reel in some trophy deals on fishing gear, including things like electronics, fishing clothing and more. And let’s be honest, it’s also a good time to
One of the most intimidating things you can do as a photographer is to provide every frame of a photoshoot to a photo editor at a respected organization like National Geographic. Photographers are so used to sharing only our best images with the world. After all, we are magicians with the camera and never make
Photo By Andrew Kind Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Watchful” by Andrew Kind. Location: Minnesota. Nikon D750. Exposure: 1/400 sec., f/6.3, ISO 160. Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and the OP Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the OP website homepage, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. To get your photos in
The camping season is turning cooler and we were in the mood for something to help warm us up. How about some Campfire Chili! If you haven’t seen our Campfire Cookies video, check it out here: Special thanks to our dinner guest Sty North for the seasoning packet that we forgot! If you
OutdoorHub Reporters   11.19.20 What’s the “best” anyway? It all depends on the ranking criteria, right? Is the “best” car one that hits 60 mph in 2.9 seconds or one that can tow the lower half of South Dakota to Manitoba? The same goes with optics, so as I own the ink until this article goes live
Derrek Sigler   11.18.20 When it comes to shopping for me, my wife always says I’m hard to buy for. Last year, I made it easy for her. I opened the Cabela’s website on her laptop, and set her alarm on her phone to wake her up right before the Cabela’s Black Friday sales went live on
What’s the best ultralight backpack? We interviewed thru-hikers and put several models to the test to find some of the top lightweight hiking backpacks. First things first: Ultralight hiking is not for everyone. If you like creature comforts like cushy sleeping pads, multiple changes of clothing, complex meals with fresh ingredients, or a full-size toothbrush,
Ease sore muscles and enjoy a massage anywhere you go. These are the best percussion massagers of 2020 for every use and budget. While a foam roller is great, it’s hard to beat the healing power of a massage. Percussive therapy has changed how gym-goers and physical therapists treat these pains and relieve the buildup of lactic
Photo By Heather Nicole Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Mountains From The Mountain” by Heather Nicole. Location: Sitka, Alaska. The waterways of the ‘Sitka Straights’ are well known by the fisherman in the seaside fishing town of Sitka, Alaska,” explains Nicole. “The views enjoyed while traveling by boat between the mountains is undeniably beautiful.
OutdoorHub Editor: Keenan Crow   11.12.20 Last month, Gerber launched the Gerber Reserve Program to add a little extra exclusivity to a line of premium, American-made knives available only online. Gerber is an industry leader in knives, multi-tools, and cutting tools, but the brand has also been making several plays to reach consumers who are looking for
Photo by Dean Cobin Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Boulder Beach” by Dean Cobin. Location: Acadia National Park, Maine. Canon EOS 5DS. Exposure: 1/4 sec., f/5.6, ISO 100. See more of Dean Cobin’s work at Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and the OP Contests. Assignments have weekly winners