Memorial Day weekend long has been recognized as the beginning of the summer boating season, which means an increase in boaters on the launch ramps at Lake Mead and Lake Mohave.
Sooner or later, kids will encounter a firearm. Wouldn’t it be smart for them to know they shouldn’t touch it, but instead to get away from it and tell a responsible adult where it is?
Sand Hollow State Park is about 15 miles east of St. George in Southern Utah. Located about two hours from the glitz of Las Vegas, Sand Hollow is just far enough away that you can see the stars after sundown.
A National Shooting Sports Foundation study in 2015 highlighted an incredible increase in the number of women participating in the shooting sports.
One of the fun aspects of technology is the ability to self-document our outdoor adventures. All you need to do is put a pint-sized action camera on your head, hit the record button and everything you look at is recorded in high definition.
According to the U.S. Coast Guard boating safety website, “Early symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning include irritated eyes, headache, nausea, weakness, and dizziness.”
For many of us, time is the limiting factor when it comes to hunting and fishing opportunity. Even the best laid plans are frequently disrupted by life’s other demands.
When it comes to picking an outdoor destination, many of us tend to focus on places with the most amenities or the largest number of positive internet reviews.
Sometimes the longest lasting fishing lessons are those born out of adversity, especially if the instruction involves at least one good fish that got away.
C. Douglas Nielsen advises to always carry backup fishing rods. “There I stood, broken rod in one hand and a reservoir full of hungry trout waiting just down the hill. It was kind of like holding an empty cone after the ice cream falls out.”