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I show you how to install this hammock for camping that I bought from Decathlon. You have to find the perfect location and perfect trees that fits with the shorter ropes that you get with the hammock. I show you how to do the knot and how to find the perfect location.
The Egg Sucking Ice Tiger is a great steelhead/salmon fly that can be tied either using a standard saltwater or steelhead hook or on a leashed shank fly. You'll need to use a clipped shank or an OPST Steelhead shank to allow the cone to slip onto the shank. In this video, we tied the fly using a clipped saltwater hook and a wire leash. The pattern is more or less an egg sucking leach, but it is tied with a Spirit River UV dyed blue barred rabbit zonker and some icey Superfly marabou. While th...
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This is just a short history of my experiences trying to stay warm, cool, or dry during camping season, which to me is 52 weekends a year! From small tent, to big tent, to pop-camper, what will be next?
Cuz let's face it....playing cards under a lantern gets old. What are some good campfire games!?
Every time we go camping in our Jayco travel trailer, the water lines have small white sand like material that clogs the water faucet head. It happens when the trailer sits for a week or two. Is there something I can add to the tank to prevent this?
Hey everyone. Our RV has been sitting for about 6 months. The water tank was dry and when we turned the water pump on we appear to have sucked air into the lines as the pump wont stop running when you turn the faucet off, the faucet does work but its spitting air with the water. Can anyone tell me howto get the air out of the lines. Thanks in advance Pete & Terri
I'm a frequent camper, and usually with fairly large groups - which means I generally have to come up with at least one meal suitable for a large-ish group (usually about eight or so, we tend to rotate cooking duties). Breakfast is easy - pancakes and bacon - but I'm always looking for more dinner or lunch recipes.
I don't know anyone who actually purchases a snuggie so I find it hard to believe people would actually buy one of these oompa loompa suits that are so oddly named sleeping bags.
How do you modify your s'more?
What top three items are essential to your camping trip? What do you usually forget? What are your most obscure items?