Now you’ve seen what was under the tree and in your stocking, it’s time to fill in the holes! Here are a few ideas of that you can snag with all that holiday cash in the New Year sales, ready for an adventure filled 2016!
Your personal flotation device (PFD), also known as a life jacket or life vest, is perhaps the most important piece of equipment that you have in your kayak. Don’t get me wrong, I LOVE my fishing rods and reels, but the reality is that a quality PFD is a must (and required in most states) for any avid fisherman.
Bikepacking is a blend of bicycle touring and backpacking, keeping all one’s needs on the bicycle and riding on trails to experience the quietude and solace of nature for days at a time.
If you are in the market for a GPS watch, prepare to be overwhelmed. There are a lot of options out there and a lot of differing functions that each watch has. There are core differences though between many of them, but it takes some investigation to find out the differences. While there are many options out there, here are a few to consider when making your GPS watch decision.
If you browse any outdoor site or Instagram page these days, you will notice that the word “minimalist” will pop up again and again. I find myself trying to take less and less gear when I go kayak camping or when I travel. These efforts led me to the Torch 250 Flashlight. I have been using the Torch for about 6 months now and it has exceeded my expectations. It has become a great tool to have on the water, while camping, and even while duck hunting. Here are a few of the main features of the Torch 250 from Goal Zero’s website: Multiple Light Options for Every Situation The Torch 250 can be used as a flashlight, floodlight or red emergency light. Save on power with bright and half-bright modes. Stay Connected During an Outage An integrated USB port charges phones and boosts tablets to stay connected with its long-lasting, advanced lithium battery. Recharge Anywhere Built-in USB charging cable, solar panel and hand-crank allow for light anywhere. The Torch also has durable, rugged construction. How I use the Torch might differ from others, because my primary outdoor activity is kayaking. When kayak camping, it is important to only pack the essentials. I love that I can pack...
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