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Travel with our Ambassadors and Team members as they seek out adventure around the globe. Join us for exclusive stories as some of the top adventurers take us on some incredible journeys.
Spearfishing Bluefin Tuna

Spearfishing Bluefin Tuna

  After working a full week in Northern California, I headed my truck South and by Saturday morning I found myself 60 miles offshore from San Diego, sitting on the back of my good buddy Matt Lopez's boat the Mojito suited up with a giant speargun in my hand!   Matt...

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Antelope Chili & Bluegill at -15º

Antelope Chili & Bluegill at -15º

Antelope Chili & Bluegill at -15º The ladies of Women Ice Angler Project (theiceangler.com) cooked some amazing antelope chili on the ice in Otter Tail County while dialing in some slab crappies and big bull bluegills this winter. Temps were brutal at -15. They...

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Find Your Track

Find Your Track

I enjoy the company of dogs immensely. A day of hunting, fishing, kayaking, hiking, socializing at a brewery or just relaxing on the couch, is made better by sharing those experiences with a well behaved, happy dog. But not every experience is for every dog. I have...

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Top 3 Post-Hunt Packing Tips For Orion Coolers

Top 3 Post-Hunt Packing Tips For Orion Coolers

My top priority once I’ve harvested an animal in the field is meat care. That process starts with getting it off the animal and getting it cool, dry, and protected from bugs. Then it transitions to getting it processed and/or stored for transport. Followed...

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Trekking Poles

Trekking Poles

On a day off from my tourism job in Juneau, Alaska, I sat on my front deck enjoying a cup of coffee, reading a book, and taking in the view of the beautiful Gastineau Channel and Mt. Bradley towering above. My solitude was abruptly interrupted by a tourist...

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4 Reasons To Choose DIY Over Guided Hunts

4 Reasons To Choose DIY Over Guided Hunts

1. Do it for the satisfaction and challenge it provides. I have been on guided hunts in the past. They were fun. Yet, to me, hunting is my area where I go out and challenge myself; where I learn something about what’s inside me; where I put myself in...

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Baked Wild Turkey Chimichangas

Baked Wild Turkey Chimichangas

As disappointed as I was that I missed my turkey last year (See The Hunt For Patience: Angie’s Story), I was more determined than ever and sure that this year would be my year. Day after day we got skunked by a group of turkeys and it felt like history would repeat...

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Alaska – Still A Frontier

Alaska – Still A Frontier

+ Cooler used on this expedition: Orion 65 65 Orion 65 $449.00 More Details X     September – the Double Lung Outdoors Crew heads for the wilderness and the Alaskan Experience looking for Moose, Bear, and Wolf. Little did we know this would change each day...

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Backcountry Bear Part 4: Backcountry Surf and Turf

Backcountry Bear Part 4: Backcountry Surf and Turf

Part three of this series ended with dodging rattlesnakes on the way back to regroup with the team at camp and have some bear for dinner. Morning Rock Rub Part four begins the following morning, waking up in camp after a restful night. The sun...

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Backcountry Bear Part 3: When A Plan Comes Together

Backcountry Bear Part 3: When A Plan Comes Together

Part 2 of the series ended while falling asleep in the tent and wondering the whereabouts of the rest of our hunting party. A tent zipper in the middle of the night answered that question. I was too groggy to remember the details of any late-night dialogue, but morning would reveal them.

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Jammin At Hippie Jacks

Jammin At Hippie Jacks

JAMMIN AT HIPPIE JACKS Cresting a hilltop in rural Overton county Tennessee, the sounds of plucking, fiddling and strumming filled the air. Pulling up, my son and I were welcomed by smiling faces who escorted us to our campsite at the furthest reaches of...

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