Month: June 2020

OutdoorHub Editor: Keenan Crow   06.29.20 This is our list of the five best hunting dog breeds you can hunt over. Did your gun dog make the list? I believe I speak for everyone here at OutdoorHub when I say we love dogs. They make excellent hunting companions, and in many cases, are a big part of
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Whether heading into the backcountry or lighting up the night car camping, we’ve found the best camping lanterns for every use and budget. A good camping lantern is an outdoor essential. It’s a major help while cooking, is great for nightly camp games, and sets just the right outdoor ambiance. Living off-grid, I personally rely
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For this Photo Tip of the Week, I want to lighten things up a bit yet still provide information that can up your photo game. The idea came to mind when I heard someone mention a tried but true, often used statement: There are two sides to every story. This got me thinking. Each of
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Support TOGR with Patreon : https://www.patreon.com/TOGR Today Luke is reviewing the Savotta Sleeping Mat which is essentially the next generation of Military Sleeping pad! … Link : https://www.varusteleka.com/en/product/finnish-sleeping-mat/17334 Price : $54.99 Weight : 2.11lbs / 960g / .96kg Now, if there’s something the Finnish army can do right, it’s the sleeping gear. Our kip mat
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Photo By Tom Elenbaas Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Rhododendrons and Redwoods” by Tom Elenbaas. Location: Del Norte Coast Redwoods National Park, California. “This image was captured along the Damnation Creek Trail in Northern California’s Del Norte Redwoods this past May [2019] when the Rhododendrons were in full bloom,” explains Elenbaas. “I was particularly
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Photo By Heather Nicole Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Zen” by Heather Nicole. Location: Alaska. “A young coastal brown bear cub enjoys a quiet moment of Zen in a peaceful meadow,” says Nicole. Canon EOS 70D, Tamron SP 150-600mm F/5-6.3 Di VC USD A011. Exposure: 1/800 sec., f/5.6, ISO 800. Photo of the Day
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Whether you’re heading out alone for a simple overnight get-away or embarking on an extended, minimalist-style adventure, choosing the right type of sleeping shelter is a major consideration. Besides weight and volume, utility also plays into deciding what type of gear to bring along. The choices are straight forward and offer a good range of
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OutdoorHub Editor: Keenan Crow   06.25.20 Birds of prey are opportunistic creatures who don’t mind getting their hands (or talons) a little dirty in order to score a meal. Like in this wild video, which shows what appears to be a barred owl swooping down and plucking a bluegill right out of a fisherman’s hand. When the
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The conversation around equity hasn’t stopped, and there’s more work to do. And we’ll help reward you for pitching in with us to advance diversity, inclusivity, accessibility, and justice — for everyone. We know we can’t go back to the status quo. Critical lessons around representation and equality — in the outdoors and beyond — must
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Photo By A. Bender Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Huddled” by A. Bender. Location: Nagano, Japan. “An older female Japanese macaque, outcast from her troop for unknown reasons, huddles by herself against the freezing temperatures and falling snow.” Nikon D500, Tamron 100-400mm lens. Exposure: 1/640 sec., f/6.3, ISO 2500. Photo of the Day is
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Photo By Gary Sherman Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Einn Hestur” by Gary Sherman. Location: Hofn, Iceland. “A lone Icelandic horse grazes at low tide at the base of Vestrahorn Mountain in Hofn, Iceland,” describes Sherman. Canon EOS 5D Mark III. Exposure: 1/50 sec., f/10, ISO 100. Photo of the Day is chosen from
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In this bushcraft skills video I show you how to make a simple hobo handline or hobo reel for fishing. This is a great piece of kit for your bushcraft pack. It’s small, portable and lightweight. You only need minimal gear to make one and it’s a great bushcraft project for when your either out
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OutdoorHub Editor: Keenan Crow   06.24.20 Alaskan authorities last week took the iconic ‘Into the Wild’ bus out of the wild for good. As part of a quietly organized joint operation between the Alaskan National Guard and the Alaska Department of Natural Resources, an Army National Guard Chinook helicopter removed the old Fairbanks city bus from its
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Olympus Corporation announced that it has signed a “memorandum of understanding” to separate its Olympus Imaging Business Unit into a new company—referred to in the press release as simply “NewCo” for the present time—which will be sold to Japan Industrial Partners. The companies expect to have a formal agreement in place by September 30, and
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ZOLEO Satellite Communicator: https://www.zoleo.com/en-us/ The ZOLEO Satellite Communicator is a device that allows you to stay in touch with friends and family when there is zero cellular reception. It’s a device that could save your life if you get into trouble and a smart purchase for anyone that spends time in the backcountry. Here are
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