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This is another way to make good coffee.

Portable trashcan for boat

*For the boat - Use a large plastic coffee container as a trash receptacle. First, cut a hole in the lid. Then, drill a small hole through the handle and the lid. Thread a piece of cord through the holes to serve as a lanyard.

Most fishing gear is good enough right out of the box--if you're a fisherman who is just good enough. Here are 10 modifications that will take your rods, reels and lures to the next level.

Tackle Hacks: 10 Mods That Will Take Your Rods, Reels and Lures to the Next Level Field & Stream

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DIY Kayak Led Lights

I would like a single kayak plz to take on all the adventures (no color preference:-))

Keep tent ropes visible with noodle visibility.........  So I don't trip over them.

Great idea using pool noodles to mark tent ropes. Those ropes are nearly invisible even if paying attention. Paint them with glow-in-the-dark paint too.

Compact, Complete and Classy Camping Gear.

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25 Reasons to carry a bandana, every day. Excellent thought starter on everyday bandana uses. The humble bandana is a classic piece of outdoor gear for a good reason. It is incredibly versatile! It's an essential item for camping, hiking, survival kits, fishing, and everyday carry. Sign up for our newsletter and get FREE SHIPPING on our awesome bandana collection.

25 Reasons to Carry a Bandana - The humble bandana is a classic piece of outdoor gear for a good reason. It is incredibly versatile! It's an essential item for camping, hiking, survival kits, fishing, and everyday carry.

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