OUTDOORS

Derrek Sigler   11.30.20 With much of the holiday shopping being done online, it can be a daunting task to search high and low for the best deals. Fear not, my friends! Being fellow outdoor enthusiasts, we’ve scoured the internet, looking for the best Cyber Monday outdoor deals for you. There are some amazing sales going on
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Derrek Sigler   11.27.20 There is still plenty of time to get into some sweet Black Friday deals on hunting gear. Here are a few that we found  while looking for the best Black Friday Hunting Sales for you that are really good. Image by author 1. Stealth Cam Browtine 14 Megapixel Trail Camera Combo – $34.99
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Trails offer endless exercises, from getting to streams and trekking to horseback riding and birdwatching in the forested areas, and the most famous path movement is climbing. Investing energy outside, getting exercise and encountering spectacular nature undertakings should all be possible on our country’s path. Beneath discover state parks where you can get out for
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Survey natural life in their local living space isn’t just pleasurable, yet instructive too. A recreational movement in many state stops everywhere on the nation, perception of creatures in the forested areas, marshlands or desert has been a great and satisfying hobby. Families bring along their optics or telescopes or basically tune in for creature
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While you may have a couple of a bigger number of difficulties than you would during the hotter months of the year, climbing throughout the colder time of year can be similarly as fun and an amazing method to remain fit as a fiddle all year as long as you avoid potential risk, that is. 
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ReserveAmerica, Mon Nov 23 2020    Can List Trips to Book Now    Building a container list is an extraordinary method to draw nearer to all the experiences you need to have in the coming years. Gaining experiences and encountering life to the fullest is what it’s about. A lot of your rundown ought to
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Have you ever been out in the wilderness and felt uneasy? The woods are an easy place, a relaxed, but mother nature is at often times more than meets the eye. Turn off your lights check under your bed and relax. While you can here are two creepy stories about the outdoors. Hunting is a
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Welcome back to the swamp, my friends, glad to see you made it back for another video, a topic we cover a lot on this channel is the great outdoors i put out multiple videos a month on this topic alone. Today, i thought it would be fun to compile some of those stories together
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OutdoorHub Editor: Keenan Crow   11.25.20 During what’s typically a routine wildlife mission earlier this week, officials discovered something that appears otherworldly sitting in the middle of the desert. According to KSLTV, the Utah Department of Public Safety was assisting officers with the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources on Wednesday by lending them a ride on the
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OutdoorHub Editor: Keenan Crow   11.23.20 The Rockefeller Center Christmas tree was delivered to downtown Manhattan recently, and it was discovered carrying a stow-away in its massive branches. The tiny owl – who has taken on the nickname ‘Rockefeller’ – was found by a worker for the company who transports and secures the giant-sized Christmas tree early
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OutdoorHub Editor: Keenan Crow   11.20.20 A female hunter from Duncan, South Carolina filmed a startling encounter she had with a mountain lion recently while hunting with her dad in Colorado. The young hunter was able to capture the terrifying standoff with the mountain lion on her phone. The young woman – who has only been identified
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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
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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
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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
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OutdoorHub Editor: Keenan Crow   11.17.20 Mathews is long renowned for leaving absolutely no stones unturned in their mission to design the world’s best bows on the market. The company’s new flagship hunting bow, the Mathews V3, features plenty of exciting new upgrades to back it up! Launching their popular TRX series earlier this fall, Mathews has
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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
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OutdoorHub Editor: Keenan Crow   11.13.20 On any other opening day of firearm season this would seem entirely bizarre. This is 2020 though, so yeah, this seems about right. On November 7th, we confirmed a report of a Minnesota whitetail deer hunter who successfully filled his buck tag on firearm opener weekend, and then proceeded to harvest
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OutdoorHub Reporters   11.12.20 Do you know the difference between a first and second focal plane reticle? You should, because if you are buying a new riflescope, both types are now common. It used to be that riflescopes with first focal plane reticles were European made riflescopes. However, with long-range shooting becoming more popular in America, we
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OutdoorHub Reporters   11.10.20 We all have at least one pair of binoculars sitting around in the truck or tucked in a hunting pack somewhere. Some of us have several, and with good reason. If you own multiple pairs, you theoretically should always have a pair handy when you need them. If you’ve done any shopping for
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OutdoorHub Editor: Keenan Crow   11.02.20 As of last week, Colorado firefighters are now officially battling two of the largest wildfires to ever occur in the state since records have been kept. According to the Fort Collins Coloradoan, about 940 square miles have already been torched by wildfires this year, with the Cameron Peak Fire and East
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OutdoorHub Editor: Keenan Crow   11.05.20 Earlier this week, First Lite announced the addition of a brand new camouflage pattern to their whitetail lineup. The First Lite Specter camo pattern was meticulously designed using First Lite’s nature-based algorithm to distort the human figure, concealing and blending whitetail hunters into the very elements specific to treestand hunting. If
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Justin Mastine-Frost   11.06.20 Like many categories, there’s a massive range of what you can spend on a pocket knife, and the differences between the sub-$100 spend and the $1,000 plus spend are fairly dramatic. Choices of steels, scale materials, bearings, and other details make a big difference in the durability overall quality of a good knife,
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This short video shows how to use sunflower seeds to attract wild birds to your garden feeders. It is actually a very simple cost-effective method that will save you money! Graeme gives some short tips on how to collect sunflower seeds and use these seeds to attract some wild birds to your garden. ————————————————————————————————————- Click
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