No matter how good you are at fly casting, there are days when things just don't seem to work. Go back to the basics.
Nine simple steps to get you nymph fishing.
Fly fishing demands physical skill, strength, and timing. Getting instruction will save you years of frustration.
Mending line -- the re-positioning of line after a cast has been made -- is one of fly fishing's most commonly used skills.
Don't scare the fish away. If you need to false cast, make the bare minimum number of casts to get the job done.
Just a little lost? Sometimes you forget the essentials.
Put the fun back in fundamentals by using an English Gate to shake off the winter rust.
Here's a review of the American Whitewater Affiliation's set of paddling signals.
Paddling communities are a way of staying on top of events, supporting local groups, and being involved in river access and cleanup.
Not just for aid climbing and caving, non-mechanical ascension is important to the sport climber, too.
Infomercials will make you a better cyclist, if you do crunches.
Climbing is second nature to most children. Here are a few tips to ensure their climbing experience is safe and fun.
Bouldering is the simplest of climbing pleasures. No ropes, no hardware, just pure fun in the sun.
A "wind knot" is just a euphemism for, as we say in the computer biz, user error.
Three ways of getting down. Memorize them before going up.
A few accessories from home make camping more comfortable.
The legendary hikers of the Himalaya can teach lowlanders a thing or two.
Cornering on a bicycle uses the same principles as turning on a motorcycle: counter steering, balance and approach.
The 'Hip Flick' is your key to stability when high seas put you on edge.
Trout Unlimited's Catch and Release Education Program