Caring For Your Fishing Equipment – The Outdoor Women

There will always be fishing situations that we have no control over which will result in losing a fish. It hurts, especially when it’s...

Sipsey Wilderness – Albama – The Outdoor Women

Water and rock: Irresistible force, immovable object. What happens after millions of years of combat between equal adversaries? In the William Bankhead National Forest,...

Choosing Lures – The Outdoor Women

Does this scenario sound familiar? You’re leaving early in the morning to spend the day fishing a lake that you have never fished before...

Slip Floats – The Outdoor Women

Slip floats do as the name implies. They slip on the line to a predetermined stopping point, allowing you to fish any depth you...

Denali National Park – The Outdoor Women

The rewards of hiking in Denali are many: spectacular vistas, encounters with wildlife, and the experience of being alone in wilderness. However, Denali has...

Spring fishing in Santa Barbara Channel – The Outdoor Women

We take our salmon fishing mighty seriously on the Santa Barbara Channel. That’s because this is as far down the coast as salmon are...

Ditch Paris and Head to Marseilles – The Outdoor Women

The bright blue waters, balmy Mediterranean breezes and sleepy, laid-back feel of Marseilles makes it one of the most sought-after places to relax and...

The Denali Highway – Biking – The Outdoor Women

A leisurely pedal is one of the best ways to enjoy the spectacular land along the Denali Highway. Cyclists should be prepared for a...

Experience The Wonders Of South Africa While Volunteering – The Outdoor Women

If you’re ever given the opportunity, you owe it to yourself and to your understanding of the world to travel far from home. As...

The Denali Highway – Mountains and Landscape – The Outdoor Women

The Alaska Range follows a broad arc for 650 miles, from Cook Inlet on Alaska’s west coast through the Denali massif and onward to...