Range and Resilience

Resilience and range is what has always set San Diego‚Äôs premier long range fleet apart from the rest of the world. As always, the time we are in now is filled with change and adaptation. Here is why seven day trips are the new five day trips. The allure of 100lb class Yellowfin tuna at […]

Fly Fishing

Fly Fishing 101 – For Beginners

If you want to know what I looked like yesterday while attempting to fish, just take a nice look at the picture above and it will serve justice. I love the outdoors and even more so I want to learn to love fishing. I have friends posting pictures everyday of these beautiful trout they’re catching […]

Five Medical Tips For The Backcountry

Safety in the backcountry is paramount. When doing many of the activities we choose to do and love, we are taking inherent risks that could potentially put us in harms way. Anyone who has been in the backcountry knows that there are many uncertain variables from weather, to physical and mental health of you and […]

Belize- Caribbean Destination For Backpackers

Want to go somewhere sunny, warm, beautiful? Hoping to avoid crowds and big tourism money? Want to see culture, wildlife, open markets and ancient ruins? How about cloud laced, lush mountain peaks with ancient caves and waterfalls? What I am describing exists in a place you never would have expected, because may have never heard […]

Fishing For Far Off Giants:

By: Alec Robbie Adventures are all around us. The hardest part, in my opinion, is taking that first step and just saying “Screw it, I’m going”. For me fishing is the start to most of my adventures, for others it could be hunting, climbing, biking, whatever. In my particular case I wanted to go somewhere […]


I’ll be the first to admit for someone looking to get into fly fishing it can be a little intimidating. With the waders, the vests/packs, the net, the flies, fly tying, the rods and reels, the list goes on. Also don’t forget that hat and $80 Orvis shirt! But contrary to belief you don’t need […]

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