Basic Safety Tips for Your Next Fishing Adventure

Fishing is an enjoyable recreational hobby and adventure you might ever participate in. Even though the activity poses a low risk of injury, it doesn’t mean you should be oblivious to the basic fishing precautionary measures.

To enjoy a safe, comfortable fishing session, you should always keep in mind the basic fishing safety procedures. Since you are engaging with water, wildlife, intermittent outdoor conditions, and risky equipment, you should be mindful of your safety before anything else. So, if you are a starting angler, keep these tips in mind for a more enjoyable and safer angling experience:

Planning On a Hike? How to Not Be Eaten By a Bear

Hunters out in bear country are usually well armed and, if they encounter a brown, black or grizzly bear (Polar Bears are a whole other animal) there’s a good chance they’ll get away alive. But, hikers and campers are not as likely to have a weapon and even less aware of the signs that bears are around. So, what do you do if you’re unlucky enough to come across a bear that’s not more afraid of you than you are of it? Here are a few tips that might help.