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Alaskan Flyfishing Rivers and Tips

Alaskan rivers can make for an unforgettable fly fishing vacation. Here's what you need to know about planning a fly fishing trip in Alaska.When to Fly Fish in Alaska May through September is peak fishing season in Alaska. During those months, you'll find five different types of salmon, Arctic Grayling, rainbow trout, Arctic char, Northern pike, [...]

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Summer Camping in Florida

With school out for summer, it's a popular time to go camping in Florida. If you're considering a camping trip in Florida, here's what you need to know to do it safely.Choose the Right Tent Summer is Florida's hottest season. Experts recommend bringing a tent that accommodates twice as many people as it will sleep, so [...]

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Trail Cooking: How to

If you're going out on the trail for longer than a day hike, you'll want something more than peanut butter sandwiches during the trek. Learn the trail cooking supplies and techniques you'll need to cook up a great meal at camp whether you're in California or anywhere in the world.Trail Cooking Supplies A camping stove and [...]

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The Five Actions to Take For a Boat Emergency

Whether you’re fishing, hitting the ocean, or cruising the intercostal in Florida, you should be prepared for the worst. While your boat might be operational, covered by insurance, and considered safe, it can still experience disaster. How prepared are you for a boating emergency? Below are the top five boating emergency preparedness scenarios and how to [...]

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Colorado Camping Do's & Don'ts

From regional campgrounds to national parks, Colorado boasts a vast array of camping opportunities. The scenery is always gorgeous, but those lovely views come accompanied by a few notable hazards. Come prepared with the knowledge and right survival tools and you'll have a wonderful time. Keep the following do's and don'ts in mind as you get [...]

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Alaskan Fisherman's Guide to Success

From summertime salmon runs to winter ice fishing, Alaska offers some of the best fishing in the country. However, the country's rugged terrain can be unforgiving. If you're planning a fishing trip to Alaska, here's what you need to know about staying safe while on your fishing trip.Be Bear Smart When salmon are spawning, bears stick [...]

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Rescue Laser Hiking Safety Guide

Use Your Rescue Laser in North Carolina From the Blue Ridge to the Great Smokies, North Carolina has some of the country's best hikes. Whether you're heading out for a day or thru-hiking, take safety precautions — you never know what can happen on the trail. Use this hiking safety guide as a checklist before your next [...]

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Race to Alaska - Team FreeBurd

The Race to Alaska is about to start on June 4 and we are proud to support our friends at Team FreeBurd with some of our Rescue Lasers on their quest! First, a little about the race! (from the r2ak.com website) 750 miles of 50 degree water. The inside passage to Alaska has been paddled by native canoes since time [...]

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Learn To Return - Guest Blogger Testimonial

My name is Clint Homestead and I am a Learn To Return® instructor at our home base in Anchorage, Alaska. As a current Rescue Instructor at Learn To Return® and ex-10th Group Special Forces, I have travelled around the world in some of the most extreme environments you could be exposed to with my Rescue Laser always with me [...]

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New Dealer - OnPar Marine Consulting

Welcome to our newest dealer, OnPar Marine Consulting!OnPar Marine Consulting - We provide technical survey and professional repair service to the aspiring boater. From basic boat maintenance training and repair services, to cruise provision and planning, we stock only the highest quality gear that has been rigorously tested by us and is guaranteed to work. Finally, we do [...]

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