Camping Gear

Fishing and Camping Gear Must: The SOL Stoke Knives

SOL, stoke knives

Alex Comstock went on a fishing and camping trip up in Northern Minnesota recently, and he found the SOL Stoke Knives to be super handy for a number of applications. The Stoke Camp Hatchet is at the top of his ...

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Be Prepared with the SOL Emergency Bivvy Bag

bivvy bag, SOL

Be prepared for the unknown with the Emergency Bivvy Bag from Survive Outdoors Longer. You may be a seasoned outdoorsman, but never know when you might get lost, hurt, or stuck in bad weather, and you need some emergency shelter. ...

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SOL Flat Packs Make for Easy Prepping and Cleanup

flat pack

Packing light for camping trips is sometimes easier said than done, especially when you’re packing gear for the whole family. Survive Outdoors Longer makes campsite meals easy to prep and cleanup with the Flat Pack Bowls & Strainer Set and ...

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5 Tips For Ice Fishing With Your Dog

ice fishing with your dog

If you’re a dog owner who loves the outdoors, chances are that you take your dog on every adventure you can. In the summer, you can often just grab a few things and take off. The winter is a different ...

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Gear of The Trip: Lake Superior Hiking Trail

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Breathtaking views, wolves howling, rushing rivers, deep gorges, waterfalls, flushing grouse, frosty mornings, moose tracks, star gazing, birch forests, waterfalls, and more waterfalls. The Superior Hiking Trail is a 310-mile trek that follows the Sawtooth Mountain’s rocky ridgeline along the ...

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The Ultimate Ice Fishing Chair

ice fishing chair

For the second year in a row, we had the opportunity to spend a weekend with the Women Ice Angler Project. They’re a group based in Minnesota that generates awareness and recognition of women ice anglers. They spend a lot ...

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Gear Of The Year 2020

50 campfires gear of the year

Gear Of The Year 2020 is here! We took a hard look at all of the gear we saw this year and decided which ones had the most impact. In years past, we’ve sometimes awarded Gear Of The Year to ...

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Stay Safe On The Trail With Counter Assault Bear Spray

counter assault bear spray

If you spend any time hiking in bear country you need to be prepared for a bear encounter. On a recent backpacking trip in northeastern Minnesota, we had Counter Assault Bear Spray on us the entire time, and it provided ...

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S.O.L. Fire Lite Fuel-Free Rechargeable Lighter: Review

sol fire lite fuel free rechargeable lighter

USB rechargeable lighters have been around for a few years now, and they certainly have their place. They’re not affected by temperature or altitude, and they can be easily charged in the car on the way to the trailhead or ...

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Share Your Adventures With The ZOLEO Satellite Communicator

ZOLEO satellite communicator

Earlier this year, we reviewed the ZOLEO Satellite Communicator and found it to be an essential piece of gear for backpackers and backcountry hikers. It’s a small GPS device that connects to an app on your phone, making it easy ...

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