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How to choose your outdoor shoes

showsChoose your shoes and running clothes will help you avoid injuries, be more comfortable and more efficient.

You will find that there are many shoes on the market today that speak of quality and robustness. They have styles and looks that people look for in a shoe. However, if you’re looking for a shoe that has both quality and style, then you should definitely look into purchasing shoes from Merrell Shoes women. Here in UK Merrell Shoes well renowned for its design and quality.

Jogging requires little equipment, but better be well equipped. The most important thing is, the shoes, of course. Basically, running shoes are designed to absorb shocks and provide proper foot holds. But any running shoe is not good for all feet.

Bolton Lake cooking

Bolton Lake Lodge

experience the angler’s dream!

Bolton_LakeBolton Lake Lodge & Outposts are fly-in fishing camps located 310 miles north of Winnipeg where “world class” fishing waters run endless with trophy fish. Bolton Lake offers countless fish-holding structures with channels up to 150-feet deep, rugged shorelines, deep holes, reefs, quiet bays,and fast moving rapids. Three rivers enter Bolton Lake from the south and one drains the waters to the north, the ideal environment for Grand Slam fishing. You can find the following species at Bolton: Northern pike (5-35 lbs.), walleyes (3-10 lbs.),lake trout (8-40 lbs.), and whitefish (2-7 lbs.) If fly fishing is your favorite method, Bolton Lake offers ideal fishing for northern pike: you can often catch pike of all sizes, including trophies, right on the surface! Leave it to your imagination as to what you’ll experience at Bolton Lake.

Jefferson County Displayers Chapter Women in the Outdoors

Volunteers with the Jefferson County Displayers Chapter are organizing the 6th annual Women in the Outdoors event to be held Saturday, May 8, 2004 at the Watertown Conservation Club in Watertown, WI. Course offerings include: Canoeing, Archery, Fly fishing & Fly-tying, Navigational Scavenger Hunt, ATV, Shooting 101, Outdoor Cooking, Hunting Calls, Camping 101, Natural Material Wreath Making, Golf, Sporting Clays & Trapshooting, Tree Stands & Ground Blinds, Handgun & Rifle, and Plant ID & Photography.

The combination of sponsorship support and local chapter effort will make it possible for Women in the Outdoors to provide these educational programs at a very low cost to participants. We are seeking assistance from businesses and interested individuals to help meet our financial obligations either in the form of monies for underwriting merchandise, services (i.e. instructors) or goods (i.e. bottled beverages, outdoor gear, snacks, bug spray, supplies for course offerings, health promotion literature, etc).
Help us teach and encourage women to have fun and success in the outdoors. Any help you are able to offer will be greatly appreciated!