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Grilling is an ideal way to sear in juices and capture the distinctive flavor of each type of fish, including freshwater species such as catfish, salmon, trout, walleye and crappie,…
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Camping along the riverbanks makes for a great summer floating experience. If you're concerned about packing all the gear you'll need to do this in your canoe, leave the tent…
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Camping on the bank of a river or stream is an activity many river rats enjoy during the warm summer months. Almost all will agree that there is no better…
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There's nothing like a meal prepared outdoors. Unfortunately, we can't always have a shore lunch or a campfire-cooked meal but for me, my backyard grill satisfies my needs for outdoor…
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  Lanterns have long served as mankind's primary light source. Early versions used candles for illumination. Others were fueled by animal or seed oil. In the mid-1800s, kerosene came into…
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John Q. Camper was having a nice visit. He arrived at the state park late in the morning, set up a small tent, stowed his gear and food inside, then…
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Food never tastes better than when cooked outdoors. And nothing quite highlights a fun campout like favored foods prepared using special outdoor cooking methods.         Modern camp cooking can…
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Fire Safety Tips for Campers

Saturday, May 17 2014 6:00 am - for General Camping
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  The sight was chilling, to say the least. My tent and everything inside it had burned to the ground. Nothing was left but a pile of charred fabric and…
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Aluminum foil is the outdoorsman's "kitchen in a pocket." Using foil allows the camp cook to dispense with carrying and cleaning heavy, bulky cookware. Stick a flattened roll in your…
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We’re back with the follow-up to the post “Everyday Items That Can Be Used for Survival and on the Hunt.” This time, we’re focusing on everyday items that can be…
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