Streamlight Introduces Siege X USB
Camping & Hiking

Streamlight Introduces Siege X USB

Streamlight®, Inc., a leading provider of high-performance lighting tools, introduced the Siege® X USB, a multi-function, ultra-compact USB rechargeable lantern with multiple lighting modes, including a forward flashlight setting. The new light, designed to work […]

My Favorite Deep Baits
Bassin' With Captain Mike Gerry

My Favorite Deep Baits

With the fish moving off shore and the spawn slowly turning to post spawn I thought I would give you my favorite baits that I use when the bass move deep as we progress into […]

Fishing The Midwest with Jensen & Frisch

REEL-TIMES February 2019

OPEN WATER DREAMING! TV recaps, open water prep, and a look back – The recent “A look back, a look ahead” Fishing the Midwest TV episode garnered so much attention and feedback that we decided […]

Panfish Fishing

Crazy for Crappie

There’s a reason that sunfish (and some other freshwater fish) are often referred to as “panfish.” It’s because they often fit pretty well going into a pan—and usually taste pretty good coming out of one. […]

FISH FACTS YOU MIGHT NOT HAVE KNOWN
Outdoor World with Larry Whiteley

FISH FACTS YOU MIGHT NOT HAVE KNOWN

Did you know there are over 2,000 species of fish in just North America? 90% of these have skeletons composed of bone. The others have cartilage skeletons and include sharks and rays, which mate rather […]

Camping & Hiking

Cold-Weather Hiking Tips

It doesn’t have to be the middle of winter to make cold weather a concern on your hiking trip. Depending on where you live and where you’re hiking, you can encounter cold temperatures any time […]

Going Fishing
Fishing The Midwest with Jensen & Frisch

GOING FISHING

There are lots of fishing seasons and ways to go fishing.  In some parts of the world right now it’s ice-fishing season, but in others it’s open water season.  In some places it crappie season, […]

Outdoor World with Larry Whiteley

NATIONAL BIRD FEEDING MONTH

Across most of America February seems like the longest month of the year instead of the shortest. The cold winds blow, the snow continues to pile up and we begin to think winter will never […]

Knots Essential for the Outdoors
From The Desks of the ODU Writers

Knots Essential for the Outdoors

Knowing how to tie your shoes is great, but that shouldn’t be the only knot you know how to make. When it comes to survival and preparedness, something as simple as tying a specific type […]

Top Fishing Headlines

Winter Fishing Tips and Tactics

Fishing through the winter months can be very rewarding for a number of reasons. Cold temperatures keep fair-weather anglers home and hunting seasons lead many anglers to trade lakes for the woods. Winter is also […]

Top Fishing Headlines

Longnose Gar Record Broken In Maryland

A Dorchester County man set a state record for catching a 17.9-pound longnose gar. Secretary resident David Confair, 44, caught the fish Jan. 23 a few miles above the historic Brookview Bridge along Marshyhope Creek. An […]

Throwing Knives
Dan’s Fish ‘N’ Tales®

Throwing Knives

Today I did some work with my throwing knives and weighed each model. They range from 1 to 9 ounces. I know Adam Čeladín, World Champion knife thrower, says that the small lightweight knives like […]

Top Fishing Headlines

IGFA Hot Catches: January 2019

    IGFA Hot Catches – Chouinard’s Mutton Snapper – Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard caught this beautiful 6.35-kilogram (14-pound) mutton snapper (Lutjanus analis) on December 12, 2018, while fly fishing the flats of Walker’s Cay, Bahamas. […]

Bass Fishing

Subtle Approach for Winter Bass

“Water temps are running at 58 or 59 degrees and bass are suspended — bunched up — hovering over rocks, logs, brush or crevices just waiting for baitfish to swim by,” said competitive bass fisherman […]

Ethanol Gas Issues have subsided
Bassin' With Captain Mike Gerry

Ethanol Gas Issues have subsided

Since the onset of the mixture of gasoline and ethanol there have been tons of problems popping up all over the country. Injector issues, motors running rough, gas breaking down and more have plagued the […]

Dana Benner Outdoors

Kevin Estela: Outdoorsman and Author

Without a doubt, many people have noticed my absence from the pages of Outdoors Unlimited.  Contrary to what some people may have thought, I have not quite writing about my love of the outdoors, survival […]

Key Pre-Spawn Locations
Bassin' With Captain Mike Gerry

Key Pre-Spawn Locations

As you start your day searching for pre-spawn bass it’s important to remember that there are visual keys to look for; let your eyes be your partner and don’t ignore what your seeing as you […]