Tips For Taking A River Excursion By Canoe

Posted on: 12 July 2018

Canoeing is great exercise and an exciting way to explore nature. It's a fun hobby when you live near a river and there's a location nearby where you can rent a canoe until you're ready to buy your own. All rivers are different, and you can see some amazing sights from a canoe that you would miss from the road. Here are a few tips for renting a canoe and heading into the wilderness. [Read More]

Why You Do Not Have To Follow Established Bike Trails

Posted on: 22 May 2018

Biking and mountain biking are both great forms of exercise, especially when you can explore someplace you have never been before. If you are just starting out with this sport, you are inclined to follow established bike trails wherever you find them. However, as you become a more experienced bike rider, you do not have to follow established trails. Here is why. Everyone Forges Their Own Trails  Established bike trails exist for those who do not want to stray from a path. [Read More]

Tips For Planning A Wolf Hunting Trip In Alaska

Posted on: 20 April 2018

When it comes to hunting excursions, one of the places that many hunters enjoy traveling to is Alaska. With so many different types of big game and predators to hunt, it's always an enjoyable experience. If you've been thinking about a wolf hunting trip in Alaska this year, there are some things that you need to know. Here are some tips to help you prepare for your trip and improve your chances of coming home with a trophy. [Read More]

Reasons To Hunt Quail With A 20-Gauge Shotgun

Posted on: 6 April 2018

When it comes to choosing the right firearm and ammunition to hunt quail, there are a few different schools of thought. You'll often hear experienced hunters extolling the virtues of carrying a 20-gauge shotgun for this type of hunt. If you're a new hunter who has yet to put quail in your crosshairs, you'd be smart to choose this type of firearm for this type of hunt. If you don't own a 20-gauge shotgun, plan to buy one and practice with it at the local shooting range until you're proficient. [Read More]