OutdoorHub Editor: Keenan Crow   06.17.20 Tonight at 8 o’clock (EST), be sure to tune in to the Shimano North America Fishing Facebook page for the hour long Fishing School Live event where BASS Elite Series & Shimano Pro Keith Combs will drop some knowledge on using crankbaits. From varying seasons to color patterns, setups and tweaks, this one is going to be...
Join me on a solo overnight bushcraft camp in a canvas lavvu tent with a wool blanket. I spend the night alone in the woods, with no talking. Using my swedish axe to chop wood, I get a fire going and bake cheese over the fire in my billy can. I relax by the canvas tent and listen to...
The Bushcraft Burden strap can be really easy to make. It’s one of those items that takes up no room in your backpack but it really can make your life easier when out in the field. In this video I show you just a few things that I use it for. As I say in the video, the possibilities...
OutdoorHub Editor: Keenan Crow   07.24.20 An enchanting and equally eerie blue hole has appeared on the ocean floor and scientists will soon explore the area which is hidden off the coast of Florida. These blue holes are basically underwater sinkholes, but scientists are fascinated by them because their unique shapes and depths are ecological hotspots with high levels of biodiversity. The glowing...
OutdoorHub Editor: Keenan Crow   07.21.20 After a truly bizarre and rare turtle with a yellow shell was caught on camera by residents of a village in India, wildlife officials say it could be the first of its kind to be rescued. The rare find was discovered by locals from the Odisha’s Balasore district on Sunday, ABC 13 reports. Susanta Nanda, a wildlife officer...
OutdoorHub Editor: Keenan Crow   10.16.20 A couple of golfers in Michigan were recently enjoying a round of fall golf at a golf course in Oakland County, when their round was suddenly interrupted by a curious “spectator” on the grounds. The now-viral video was shared on Facebook by golf professional Jason Michael Dudzinski, who filmed a young whitetail buck wander onto the green...
OutdoorHub Editor: Keenan Crow   06.18.20 An elk in Colorado was caught on a trail camera earlier this month trotting through the forest with what looks like a tire hanging from its neck. Colorado Parks and Wildlife have since issued a reminder to folks to be more careful with what they leave outside. Colorado Parks and Wildlife The elk – which is a bull...
OutdoorHub Editor: Keenan Crow   07.21.20 These new products from Goal Zero will give consumers more options to power their adventures and help them prepare for emergencies. SALT LAKE CITY—July 21, 2020—Goal Zero, the leader in portable energy, today announced a series of all new products, including portable solar panels and lanterns designed to enhance consumer experience when exploring the outdoors and in...
OutdoorHub Editor: Keenan Crow   11.09.20 Before the COVID-19 pandemic, the number of hunters across the country were continually declining each year. Gaming and social media has a way of keeping many folks anchored inside these days, and it seems more and more people lean towards the convenience of buying their food already prepared and sealed in plastic. On top of that,...
Eat what you catch is the series all about eating the food that you scavenge for in the wild. In the first episode TA Outdoors and Bushcraft Tools head to a small river to hand catch signal crayfish that burrow under the rocks and boulders of the river. They take the fresh crayfish or crawfish back to the viking...

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