Hiking with your kids can be a lot of fun. It’s simply a matter of incorporating some of these ideas to help keep them engaged.
The popularity of fishing kayaks has been growing over the years, especially for fly fishermen. Why not? The boats are affordable, stealth, easy to maneuver, transport and store. Want to get in on the action? I’ve got tips you’ll need to know for fly fishing from a kayak.
Liquid fuel stoves prove to be more reliable in winter. Instead of losing pressure in freezing temperatures like isobutane-propane canisters.
I’ve seen kids of all ages become fishermen. My first job out of high school was teaching kids at a summer daycare to fish. While kids of all ages take to it well, starting young is my best advice. Age four is a great age to introduce kids to fishing.
Snowflakes that fall around 32 degrees Fahrenheit (–2 °C) have the best moisture content and crystalline structure for building a snowman. It’s at this temperature that we find snowflakes called stellar dendrites. These classically branching snowflakes provide the right surface size, structure, and moisture to bind with ease.
What could be more relaxing than a day of kayak fishing? Fresh air… Water… The thrill of the catch… But dangerous creatures may lurk about.