Pivotal Safety Tips For A White Water Rafting Experience
6 January 2022
Whether you've been white water rafting dozens of times or this is your first experience, you always need to focus on being safe. That will make your adventures go more smoothly. Here are a couple of safety tips that can play a huge role in your next white water rafting experience.
Make Sure You Have the Energy
White water rafting is going to require a lot out of you physically. You have to constantly move paddles in different directions, be ready to shift your weight at the right times, and stay vigilant with your eyes.
What To Do With Casings And Ammunition You Can't Use
22 November 2021
Disposing of ammunition and old casings isn't like throwing away general trash. The metals can contaminate soil and groundwater, they won't biodegrade, and they could even be dangerous if the ammunition wasn't properly spent. You do have a number of options for getting rid of old casings and ammunition you can't use, whether it's just a bunch of duds or because you're no longer able to use that specific type of bullet.
Planning A Deep-Sea Fishing Charter Trip
20 September 2021
The business of fishing charter trips is a $357 million industry, and it's an activity that so many people all over the world love and appreciate. Whether you like the sport of it all, the peace and quiet, the fresh food, or a mixture of all three, booking a deep-sea fishing charter trip is the best way to get the most value out of a fishing experience. In this article, you'll learn more about deep-sea fishing charters, why they're an amazing idea, and how you can start planning a trip.
3 Tips For A Successful Salmon Fishing Trip
16 August 2021
Salmon fishing can be a lot of fun. If you are salmon fishing for the first time, you want to make sure that you are as successful as possible. There are some things that you can do that will help you come home with some salmon you can eat.
The Right Bait
You aren't going to attract any salmon if you don't give them the right bait. Salmon prefer to have live bait, which doesn't always mean an actual live fish.