Classic Outdoor Life Covers Are Now Available as Prints and Posters

The photos and illustrations that graced Outdoor Life magazine’s print covers captured some of the most iconic scenes in all of hunting and fishing. Scroll through these old covers and you’ll recognize moments that you’ve likely experienced yourself.  One of the all-time most common cover scenes is a hunter momentarily distracted — maybe by a …

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Watch: ‘Absolute Beast’ of a King Salmon Proves Why the Next World Record Will Come from Argentina

There are no crystal balls when it comes to fishing records. But we have a pretty good hunch that the next world-record king salmon will come from a remote, glacial river system in the Argentine province of Santa Cruz. You don’t have to take our word for it, either. A recent video shared to Instagram …

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Fishing Along the Overseas Highway

“This might be the most popular inshore fishing spot in the world,” says Aaron Benzrihem. He and Rich Janitschek are stocking up on tackle in Islamorada in the Florida Keys. “There’s just a world of endless possibilities down here,” he continues as he sorts through packages of jig heads and soft plastics. “It’s gonna be …

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Mississippi Has a Wild Hog Problem. Lawmakers Think Legalizing Drones for Hunting Them Will Help

Lawmakers in Mississippi are considering a proposal that would legalize the use of drones to hunt, trap, and kill wild hogs on private land year-round. It’s one of a handful of recent national efforts to address how hunters use can or cannot use drones to help locate, kill, and recover wildlife. Also known as the …

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Two Men Poached a Moose in Denali National Park, Then Abandoned the Meat Because They Were Scared of Bears

The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Alaska handed down a sentence Wednesday for two men who poached a bull moose inside the Denali National Park boundary in September 2021 — in view of three separate groups of witnessing hunters. Andrew McDonald of Harrisburg, South Dakota, and Christopher Brumwell of Anchorage were both convicted …

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Is Joe Rogan Good for Hunting?

Earlier this month the two most prominent personalities in hunting joined The Joe Rogan Experience to cover a wide range of topics including wolf reintroductions, potential “trophy hunting” bans, and perceptions around hunting private ranches vs. public lands. Joe Rogan, Steve Rinella, and Cam Hanes are inarguably the three hunters with the greatest reach beyond …

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22 ARC Review: Shooting Hornady’s New Hot Rod Coyote, Deer, Varmint and Target Round

We may earn revenue from the products available on this page and participate in affiliate programs. Learn More › The 22 ARC is an interesting cartridge that occupies a specific niche. The promise it makes is to deliver .22-250 Remington performance from a round that feeds through AR-15 pattern rifles and magazines. In addition, it …

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Panama’s Topwater Yellowfins

The yellowfin tuna are in Panama year-round, but the bait really moves in with huge pods of dolphin from April to August. Topwater fishing is the ultimate test. Capt. Shane Jarvis “HOLD ON!” yells Capt. Shane Jarvis, and you’d better listen because he’s spotted diving birds and spinner dolphins on his Simrad radar. That means …

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How to Choose a Fillet Knife

The right fillet knife makes cleaning fish much easier. Cameron Brooks One of the best parts of fishing is the delicious meals that come from a productive day on the water. To ensure your catch makes excellent table fare, you should kill the fish immediately, clip the gills to allow it to bleed out, and …

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Man Busted for Allegedly Killing 42 Elk, Selling Meat for Cash at a Rest Stop

A multi-year investigation by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife has culminated in a court summons for a man who lives outside of Yakima and who has allegedly been poaching elk and anadromous fish, and selling the meat for years.  Braden Takheal, 42, has been requested to appear in Kittitas County Superior Court on …

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The 300 Savage: A (Nearly) Perfect Mid-Range Hunting Cartridge

We may earn revenue from the products available on this page and participate in affiliate programs. Learn More › In many ways, the .300 Savage is the perfect medium-range, big-game cartridge. It fires either a 150-grain or 180-grain bullet at practical velocities and does so without generating uncomfortable recoil. It brings plenty of terminal performance …

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New Rules in Texas for Speckled Trout

Seatrout Diane Rome Peebles Texas’ speckled trout limits are like a malfunctioning traffic light. You know they’re going to change, and you have a pretty good idea what’s next, but you can never be sure when. Major freeze? Disappointing annual survey? Here comes a change. Maybe temporary. Maybe semi-permanent. Maybe half the coast but not …

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Five Fish to Target in March

For North American anglers, March is the cruelest month. After a winter of short days and long, cold nights, the water temperature is warming and fish are slowly returning to their spring playgrounds. While other people hide inside, intrepid anglers brave March’s famous furious weather to catch the season’s first fishing. Northeast Atlantic Cod and …

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Choosing the Right Marine Battery Charger

With increasing demands for onboard electrical power, marine AC battery chargers have become required equipment for today’s saltwater fishing boats. Melvin Galapon/Debut Art High-capacity marine battery banks have grown increasingly critical aboard today’s saltwater fishing boats in order to power the growing number of demanding onboard electrical systems. Equally important are marine AC chargers to replenish …

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Top Five Coyote Rifles

Coyote hunting requires a level of stealth on par with the quarry, the patience of an oak tree, and the right equipment dialed to precision. You’ll have to develop those first two essentials by trial and error, but selecting the right rifle has never been easier and the options have never been more specialized. With …

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Florida: Home of Bass Legends

The mystique of Florida bass fishing is composed of many qualities unique to the Sunshine State. There’s the sheer angling opportunity afforded across its 8,000 lakes and 10,000 miles of river. There’s the subtropical climate which means those waters teem with an almost unbelievable richness of aquatic life for all 12 months of the year. …

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Investigation Reveals Kansas Record Crappie Was Stuffed with Ball Bearings

Earlier this month an angler in Kansas railed against law enforcement officials for seizing his 2023 state-record crappie, claiming that he “caught the fish legally and honestly.” Now details of the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks investigation obtained by Outdoor Life on Friday reveal that the angler, Bobby Parkhurst, appears to have tried to …

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World Cat 400CC-X

The 400CC-X is available with twin or quadruple outboards and boasts a max rating of 1,200 hp. Courtesy World Cat Visit World Cat Build Your World Cat Find a World Cat Dealer The spate of new ­power catamarans has introduced a raft of benefits to boating anglers, including wave-slicing comfort, outstanding speeds, swim-­platform access between …

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Price Boat or Premium Boat?

Boats like the S 378 Sport Center Console are built with exceptional fit and finish, and usually come rigged with top of the line components. Courtesy Pursuit A price boat is defined as a model that lacks the refinement and extra features found on premium boats to, you guessed it, keep the price lower. Is …

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Minnesota Congressman Posts Viral Video of Wolf Killing Deer at Logging Site. Calls for Delisting

A video depicting a gray wolf chasing and eventually killing a deer at a logging site has gone viral on social media after U.S. Rep. Pete Stauber of Minnesota’s 8th District posted it to his campaign’s X (formerly Twitter) account. A logger from northern St. Louis County just sent me this video of a wolf …

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Utah Mountain Lion Makes 1,000-Mile Journey to Colorado, Where It’s Killed by Another Cougar

A recent YouTube video shared by the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources shows one GPS-collared mountain lion’s epic journey across the West. The big cat’s roughly 1,000-mile trek began in May 2022, when the adult female lion known as F66 set out from the Wasatch Mountains in central Utah. Its journey came to an end …

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Crappie Barotrauma Controversy: Are All Crappies Caught in Deep Water Destined to Die?

Trust issues have always been a problem in fisheries science. Anglers the world over have often felt like their observations on the water provided better data than short-term or one-off scientific studies. This is particularly true when results noted in controlled environments are then assumed to be transferable to wild, free-roaming fish.  Fishermen commonly believe …

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Southport 30 FE

The 30 FE should have an impressive range of nearly 400 miles. Courtesy Southport Boats Visit Southport Find a Southport Dealer Southport Boats has partnered with Volvo Penta to produce a version of its 30-foot center-console powered by Volvo Penta’s D6 440 Aquamatic DPI diesel sterndrive. This fully integrated Duoprop propulsion system will allow the …

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Fat Rainbow Trout Caught from Historic Creek Shatters Maryland State Record

Retired fisheries biologist Jean-Phillipe Lartigue caught an absolute pig of a rainbow trout from Maryland’s Antietam Creek on Saturday. Measuring more than 30 inches long and weighing 17.44 pounds, Lartigue’s trout shatters the previous state record — a 14.2-pounder caught in 1987.      Lartigue caught the huge trout from a public stretch of Antietam Creek …

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How to Hold A Pistol

We may earn revenue from the products available on this page and participate in affiliate programs. Learn More › Becoming proficient with a handgun is one of the most challenging shooting skills, and it all starts with how you grip or hold the pistol. Your grip is your connection with the gun, and one of …

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Will Louisiana Buffer Its Coastline from Commercial Menhaden Fishing? It’s Possible.

Menhaden are vital forage for nearly all nearshore predatory game fish. Courtesy Virginia Institute of Marine Science / Chris Crippen Louisiana has been the one state among the five bordering the Gulf of Mexico that has welcomed the entire Gulf fleet of commercial menhaden net boats. The other four Gulf states have either banned commercial …

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Watch: Nebraska Man Rescues an Ice Fisherman (and His Fish Finder) Using a Tent Bag, a Kayak, and Two Hammers

The kindness of strangers came full circle in Nebraska last month when a good Samaritan rescued a fellow fisherman who crashed through the ice. The unknown angler had just shared some minnows with his neighbor, Travis McIntosh, when the man broke through the ice. McIntosh hauled the angler from the frigid water using the tent …

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A Dead Cougar Was Found in Arkansas for the First Time in a Decade. Experts Aren’t Sure What Killed It

A U.S. Forest Service employee recently discovered an adult male mountain lion carcass in Sylamore Wildlife Management Area in Stone County, Arkansas, prompting Arkansas Game and Fish Commission veterinarian Jenn Ballard to conduct a necropsy on Thursday. Not only were the results confusing, but so was the discovery itself. No one has seen a mountain …

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Chesapeake Channa Might Be the Most Delicious Freshwater Fish of All Time

Albert Einstein is commonly credited with defining insanity as doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. Old Albert immediately popped into my mind when I read that a Maryland senator is trying to pass a bill that would rename northern snakeheads “Chesapeake channa,” at least on restaurant menus and fish …

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Protect the Blue: Faces of Conservation in the Florida Keys – Marathon

Diving, snorkeling, boating, and fishing are all daily occurrences in Marathon. Anglers know Marathon for its variety of fishing, both offshore and inshore. Around Marathon’s reefs, life abounds. The reefs in the Florida Keys are under attack amongst rising water temperature and human impact. Cindy Lewis of Keys Marine Lab, a coral recovery center, shares …

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A Hunting T.V. Show Host Who Says He Didn’t Know the Regs Just Got Fined $31K for Poaching Violations

A joint investigation between Alberta and British Columbia conservation officers resulted in multiple charges filed against the host of Wild TV’s Alpine Carnivore, Michel Beaulieu, both agencies announced on social media on Thursday.  Beaulieu and his wife, Lynn, have been fined more than $31,500 for a laundry list of charges stemming from at least three …

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Retired Game Warden Under Investigation After Shooting a Collared Wolf in Wisconsin. He Claims Self Defense 

A retired Wisconsin conservation warden and prominent figure in state wildlife issues is under investigation for shooting a collared wolf, allegedly in self-defense. Pat Quaintance, who served on the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Wolf Management Committee, self-reported the shooting which took place around 1 a.m. on Dec. 25, 2023. “Patrick Quaintance called us reporting …

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Nebraska Politicians Are Jeopardizing $20M in Wildlife Funding, Partly Because a Senator Can’t Catch Fish

In his state of the state address last month, Nebraska Governor Jim Pillen announced Operation: Clean Out the Closets, a coordinated initiative to sweep cash “hoarded” by state agencies into Nebraska’s general fund in order to reduce property tax increases. In all, Pillen’s administration identified some $274 million in over 500 agency funds, including nearly …

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Valhalla V-29 Hybrid

The V-29 Hybrid is packed with angling amenities. Courtesy Valhalla Boatworks Visit Valhalla Build Your Valhalla Find a Valhalla Dealer The Valhalla V-29 Hybrid is designed to strike a balance between a hardcore fishboat that can work inshore reefs or bays while also serving as a day cruiser for family outings. Angling amenitiesinclude a trolling …

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How to Sharpen a Chainsaw

We may earn revenue from the products available on this page and participate in affiliate programs. Learn More › We have all heard the idiom that “there’s more than one way to skin a cat”, and while I don’t know too many methods for skinning felines, I do know plenty of ways to sharpen a …

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The onX Effect: Digital Mapping Apps Have Changed the Way We Hunt. Now What Will They Do With All Our Data?

I pulled up to an obscure two-track on the side of a dirt road years ago while turkey hunting in Wyoming’s Black Hills. A tangled barbed wire fence stretched across the road with a sign saying, “POSTED No Trespassing.” There should have been a sliver of public land I could shimmy through, attached to a …

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Meet the Arkansas Great-Grandma Who’s Completed the “Triple Trophy” for 20 Deer Seasons

Charleen Parten was an adult-onset hunter before it was trendy.  Deer hunting was part of her retirement plan from a life of farming in southern Arkansas. The kids had graduated from school and were out of the family house, and Parten golfed, but she wanted to spend more time outside. So she started hunting with …

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The Believer: A Review

The Believer follows the author’s fishing adventures for a year. Joe Albanese The Believer is New York Times bestselling author David Coggins’ second book on fly fishing, and the fly fishing lifestyle. He follows up his hit, The Optimist, by taking the readers along with him as travels throughout North America, South America, and Europe …

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Montana Man Charged for Illegally Cloning and Breeding Threatened Sheep from Central Asia

A Montana game farm owner is in a world of trouble after federal investigators busted up his yearslong, multi-state wild sheep cloning, breeding, and trafficking ring that involved test tube embryos, straws of semen, falsified veterinary certificates, and tens of thousands of dollars exchanging hands.  Arthur “Jack” Schubarth of Vaughn, Montana entered a plea agreement …

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Drones Could Revolutionize How Hunters Recover Lost Deer … If They’re Not Banned First

Mike Yoder is a small business owner facing a big problem. He’s built a successful model around new technology that could change the way hunters recover their deer in the field. But while the demand for this tech grows, the service he provides has come under scrutiny from state agencies and some members of the …

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30 Super Carry vs 9mm: Which Is the Better Self-Defense Cartridge?

We may earn revenue from the products available on this page and participate in affiliate programs. Learn More › Concealed-carry and defensive handguns are two of the hottest categories among shooters and gun enthusiasts, which should create fertile ground for niche cartridges like the .30 Super Carry to challenge the well-established 9mm — but it’s …

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Question of Ethics: The Buck I Was Snow Tracking Suddenly Broke Through the Ice. Should I Shoot Him?

It occurred to me that I might be a lousy friend as I turned uphill, abandoning my buddy Ed to shiver it out alone at our agreed-upon meeting place way off on the opposite side of the drainage. The willow-choked ridge above me was pockmarked with the first fresh mule deer tracks I’d seen in …

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A Complete Guide to Animal Tracks

Animal tracks are a key component to successfully watching, scouting, hunting, tracking, and photographing different wildlife species. If you want to know where the animals are, you often need to start by figuring out where they were, even if they aren’t there anymore. Sure, they may occasionally leave scat behind. (Brush up on your bear …

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California Guide Tags Pending World-Record Roosevelt Elk. It Wouldn’t Be His First

The Boone and Crockett Club announced on Wednesday that a giant Roosevelt elk killed by Tim Carpenter in northern California in 2023 could be a new world record. The skull is awaiting confirmation by a judge’s panel, which will determine whether it’s crowned the new No. 1 Roosevelt bull in the B&C book. Although the …

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Even for Archery Prodigy Liko Arreola, the Journey to Becoming a Champion Is Full of Highs and Lows

Liko Arreola draws her Hoyt and settles her dot on the golf-ball-sized 10 ring. Somewhere between drawing and releasing, a dozen things could go wrong. Liko could be distracted by the shifting crowd, or a fellow competitor, or the fact that she’s shooting for a prestigious title and thousands of dollars. The Vegas Shoot demands …

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“Disrespectful Violations” Prompt Ute Tribe to Close 4 Million Acres to Nontribal Hunters, Anglers, Campers

The Ute Indian Tribe has terminated all active nonmember hunting, fishing, and recreation permits for its 4-plus million acres of tribal lands in the Uintah Basin of northeastern Utah, an area that’s twice the size of Yellowstone National Park. The Tribe has also set “an indefinite moratorium” on issuing any new permits for nonmembers. The …

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Florida Rep Cites ‘Crack Bears’ in Effort to Legalize Killing Black Bears in Self Defense

A debate over black bears in a Florida House of Representatives committee meeting on Jan. 30 took a rather comedic turn when Rep. Jason Shoaf of Region 7 in the Panhandle started talking about bears on crack. Shoaf’s comments, which were oddly reminiscent of the plot of the 2023 horror flick Cocaine Bear, were part …

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Sig Sauer P320 XTen Comp Review

The new Sig Sauer P320 XTen Comp is a line extension that hasn’t initially turned many heads — and why should it? I count a total of 27 different P320 models on Sig’s website, encompassing a variety of sizes, configurations and colors. This might seem like an overboard move  to tempt cosplaying fanboys, but Sig …

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Therm-a-Rest NeoAir vs Nemo Tensor

For years, possibly decades, in the great Therm-a-Rest NeoAir vs Nemo Tensor debate, the NeoAir XLite reigned supreme in the world of ultralight backpacking and thru-hiking. Its yellow-curry hue is so iconic that when ultralight sleeping bag manufacturers took product shots, that’s typically what you would see poking out the side. And the reason for …

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Inline Spinners: How to Pick the Best Spinner for the Conditions

French angler Andre Meulnart invented the inline spinner in 1938 while working for a company called Manufacturier d’Engins de Precision pour Peches Sportives. You probably know the brand by its acronym—Mepps. The Mepps spinner is still one of the most popular and widely sold lures of all time, mostly because it’s so versatile.  Today there’s …

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“I Caught That Fish Legally and Honestly.” Kansas Officials Seize State-Record Crappie, Strike It From Record Books

It took 60 years for someone to break the Kansas state record for white crappie, and only six months for that record to be taken away. Now, the angler who caught the alleged state-record fish is crying foul. “I caught that fish legally and honestly,” Bobby Parkhurst wrote in a Facebook post Saturday, claiming that …

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Houndsman Killed a 400-Pound Bear with a Knife to Save His Dog and Hunting Buddy

Editor’s Note: A version of this story was originally published in local Michigan publications in 2007. We’re republishing it here to serve as a reminder: Never forget the backup gun.  Black bear attacks are rare, but they do occasionally happen. Many reported attacks involve mother bears protecting their young. However, wounded bears can also be …

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British Columbia Records First Instances of Chronic Wasting Disease in a Whitetail and a Mule Deer

British Columbia became the latest Canadian province to confirm the presence of chronic wasting on Wednesday. Both a hunter-harvested mule deer buck and a whitetail doe that died in a vehicle collision tested positive, the British Columbia Wildlife Federation announced the day following the confirmation. Both detections occurred in the Kootenay mountain range near the …

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Hiking the John Muir Trail: How to Start Planning for the Greatest Wilderness Hike in America

Even among long trails, the John Muir Trail, colloquially called the JMT, is unique. It hovers around 8,000 feet for most of its 211 miles, crossing six major mountain passes in California’s Sierra Nevada range. While it’s named for early twentieth century naturalist John Muir, who founded the Sierra Club, the JMT itself parallels the …

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I Took an Avalanche Course to Learn How to (Probably) Not Die in the Mountains

There are signs before an avalanche occurs. The snow under your feet may start to crack, slide, or sluff away. You might hear the snow collapse on deep layers, too weak to support your weight. Not to mention the public data, reports, forecasts, and warnings issued daily in most developed mountain towns detailing that specific …

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The Next Generation of Digital Smart Optics Promises to Replace Traditional Scopes and Binoculars

When we were all worried about Y2K, I don’t think anyone thought their landline was a living fossil. But, in 2007, the first iPhone came to market with GPS, web browsing, email, and a 2-megapixel camera. And just like that, a phone was more than a phone.  I think the same evolution is about to …

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Body Cam Footage: Kodiak Bear Cubs Found Wandering Down Road in Florida, Thousands of Miles from Native Range

The Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office in the Florida Panhandle received a strange call at 3:30 a.m. this winter. An unidentified man had found two bear cubs on the side of a road in the small, inland town of Baker on Dec. 5. This wouldn’t have otherwise been an oddity, as northwestern Florida has a robust …

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