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Fishing in cold water: 3 things you’re doing wrong

With the temperatures dropping, fish seem to disappear. Fishing in cold water can be hard, but it’s also a very rewarding experience. If you’ve tried it before, you might remember…

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Building Winter Shelters

Camping under extreme weather conditions is extremely challenging. But if you are a hardcore camper, no storm can keep you from setting foot on your trails. As a guide, we…

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Punxsutawney Phil predicts long winter

Punxsutawney Phil is arguably the most famous groundhog in the United States. The weather predicting animal from Pennsylvania foretells whether winter will abruptly end or if it will continue for…

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Poisonous Mushrooms Identification Myths

If you are new to the mushroom picking it is really important to educate yourself from mushrooms guide books and consult experts if it’s possible. There are so many non-edible and poisonous mushrooms…

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Camping Survival Guide 101: How to Survive a Bear Encounter

Let’s face it: The odds of coming across a bear during a camping trip are never slim, especially if you are going deep into the forest. To make matters worse,…

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7 Healthy And Delicious Homemade Energy Bars For Your Next Hike

Pre-packaged energy bars aren’t only filled with unnecessary sugars, they are also quite expensive. Good news: you can easily make healthy and filling snacks in your own kitchen, sometimes even…

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Women: how to pee outside without toilet paper

Peeing outside can be a literal pain in the butt when you’re on the go. Usually, everything is at our disposition for a clean, splash free, pee. But when you’re…

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High Water Levels Bring Concern of Erosion to Lake Huron

The water level in the Great Lakes is rising quicker than predicted. The outcome of high water levels tends to be erosion. Water levels tend to rise and fall due…

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This Lake in Canada’s North Is About to Fall Off a Cliff

As far as visible signs of the reported climate change that is affecting almost every area of the world are concerned, the fall of a small lake over a cliff…

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High Water Levels Bring Concern of Erosion to Great Lakes

The water level in the Great Lakes is rising quicker than predicted. The outcome of high water levels tends to be erosion. Water levels tend to rise and fall due…

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