All posts by Alex N. Ferroni

Trout Fishing Gear and Equipment Essential

Trout Fishing Gear and Equipment Essential: Choosing Tips

Any fishing trip starts with the selection of fishing equipment and gear suitable for the conditions you will find on the lake or stream. Generally, the clarity of the water will determine what kind of rigging and terminal equipment is required, but in California trout fishing an angler will meet with many different situations. Perhaps […]

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How to Mount a Scope

How to Mount a Scope: 14 Easy Step for Mounting a Riflescope

A state-of-the-art scope is useless if it is mounted incorrectly. Although your local gun shop should be up to the task, doing the work yourself can save money and add another rewarding dimension to your hunts. So, I am going to discuss how to mount a rifle scope on your rifle in this article. Tools […]

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Cold Weather Hiking Clothes for Snow

Cold Weather Hiking Clothes that Will Keep You Safe in Snow

Clothes and gear for cold weather Hiking in cold weather can be both exhilarating and enjoyable. There are fewer insects than in hot weather and you are not subject to the debilitating exhaustion resulting from steep climbs in high temperatures. Usually, fewer people are out walking, so you can appreciate the solitude. But to enjoy […]

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Trapping Tips for Raccoon, Fox and Coyote Hunting

Trapping Tips for Raccoon, Fox and Coyote Hunting

The hunter who can combine trapping with weekend or extended hunting trips is fortunate. One or two mink, raccoon, fox, or coyote pelts can help defray the cost of a week in deer camp or a weekend stint of chasing after pheasant. With perfect gears, you need a proper guide especially in the beginning season […]

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Streamer Float-Fishing Techniques for Trout

Guide to Perfect Streamer Float-Fishing Techniques for Trout and Other Fishes

Being able to fish a larger trout river from a boat is a mixed blessing. The boat fisherman covers much more water than does a wading angler and reaches many spots a wading angler can’t. But the boat fisherman is usually moving past any given target fairly quickly. Often too fast to cover well those […]

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How to Choose Ice Fishing Houses on Wheels?

How to Choose Ice Fishing Houses on Wheels?

Fish houses are perfect for the anglers who spend most of their time fishing.  An ice fishing shelter gives him perfect safety from the rough weather lets him concentrate on fishing without any worries. Especially if you are into ice fishing, then only ice fishing gloves, headgear, and gadgets aren’t the things that keep you […]

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Vortex Spitfire 3x Review

Vortex Spitfire 3x Review: Check the Features and Options

The great American old west lawman and gambler Wyatt Berry Stapp Earp said, “Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything. In a gun fight… You need to take your time in a hurry”. It’s often simple, and praiseworthy to be busy and fast, but perusing the right things that mean accuracy what is most essential on […]

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Best Ice Fishing Gloves

Best Ice Fishing Gloves in 2019: Guide for Your Hands Safety

If you are planning for the ice fishing trip, then the weather getting colder may not help you with your usual old pairs of gloves. Once the water gets colder with ices, it’s not enough to have proper footwear and headwards. It is the time probably you should consider a pair of best ice fishing […]

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Fresh Foods for Travelling

8 Fresh Foods You Can take in You Backpack for Travelling

To earn a place in your pack, foods have to be fairly light and resistant to spoilage. Hence the proliferation of quick-cook meals, dried foods, pasta, and grains in the back country kitchen. Here we will discuss about the fresh foods you can take in your pack for travelling and long camping. Fresh Foods for […]

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Beginner Hiking Tips and Tricks to Follow

19 Best Beginner Hiking Tips and Tricks to Follow

Many campgrounds are surrounded by a network of well-marked trails, leading to fishing streams, swimming holes, or scenic attractions or views. Some parks have short nature walks. Day hikes away from camp are fun, as you can take time to enjoy the interesting details of nature close up. But don’t be too ambitious at first, […]

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