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Fish in the Adirondacks – Strange Wilderness

A lot of people go camping, but most of us have a usual spot that we have carefully chosen over the course of years. One thing I have always heard is variety is the spice of life.  Here are a few things to look for when setting up camp in a new location.

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Fish in the Adirondacks – Northville Lake Placid Trail

 

This weekend I walked my first portion of this famed trial,  it was the west branch of the Sacandaga River up near wells New York. Now I have realized my goal for the summer.

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Best Camping Beer – Fish in the Adirondacks

One of the biggest parts of camping with your friends is the beer. It’s not the main reason you’re in the woods, but it can make or break a trip. It’s not about getting plastered and making out with a bear covered in bees while your friends make a youtube video (Man I miss college), it’s more about highlighting a relaxing weekend.

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Fish in the Adirondacks – Cheap Cool Camping Gear

I’m always on the look out for some cool gear, something that could be useful in a pinch or just looks plane cool. Here are a few items that I recommend for the cool camper.

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Justin Sullivan, Getty Images
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Fish in the Adirondacks: Knifey Spoony

 

I often get emails about what  is the best type of knife to have on you in the woods. From the most common to the most practical knifes are a key part of camping. A good knife might just be the difference between a frustrating camping trip, and an amazing camping trip.

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Fish in the Adirondacks: Building a Shelter

This week I had the help of graphics department to help illustrate the most important part of wilderness survival, Shelter.

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Fish in the Adirondacks: BEARS

 

People are always asking me what I should do if I see a bear in the woods. Well I’m tackling it this week. Wait no not the bear, which would be suicide. I meant the issue, I’m tackling the issue

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Fish in the Adirondacks: What Not to Bring

So you are about to camping with your buddies and you’re afraid of looking like a NEWB in the woods. Don’t worry I got your back unless you’re wearing a “Hello Kitty” back pack. In that case you’re on your own buddy.

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Fish in the Adirondacks: Trail Mix Re-Mix

 

People talk about trail mix like it some pointless snack you eat when you’re out and about with your friends. Those people are wrong and should be smacked upside the head with a sock full of batteries

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Fish In The Adirondacks – Tips for Starting The Season

People always complain about having nothing to do around this area  - even in the spring and summer.  I say there is far to much to do. Every year I find my self camping fishing and hiking most of the summer. Here are some great ideas for the novice camper to help start the year.

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