My favorite rubber rain boots have a hole in the side. Now they aren't dry at all. They weren't really expensive, but I don't want to get new ones. How can I repair my boot? Please help.
You don’t need four burners and a gas line to make some great-tasting trail food.
10 steps to start fishing
Learn how to catch fish with these simple and easy steps! Submitted by Don Wirth
Unusual but effective cooking methods
Bread baked by mailbox? Fish roasted on a stick? North Carolina Scouts show off their unusual -- but effective -- cooking skills.
8 Fishing Knots to Know
Can you imagine going fishing without knowing how to tie an improved clinch knot? Or a double surgeon's loop? Neither can we.
Make your own mailbox stove
Looking for a unique and fun way to cook for your troop? Do what this North Carolina troop does: Cook in a mailbox.
Choosing the most effective bug spray
Mosquitos and other bugs can spread disease and drive you crazy in the wilderness. Have no fear; bug sprays are here. But before you buy something to spray on your skin, consider the pluses and minuses.
How to find fossils
Sometimes a rock's just a rock ... and sometimes it's a fossil. How can you tell the difference?
How to sleep well on the trail
Gear Guy is here with tips to help you get a good night's rest on the trail.
How to keep your gear clean and ready
Gear Guy tells you how to keep your gear clean and ready for action.
Scouts in Minot, N.D. know plenty about winter camping. They experience it for much of the year.
How to determine which eye is dominant
You might not know it, but one of your eyes completely determines the direction in which you look. That’s the dominant eye that you need to use to aim your firearm.
Properly Portaging Your Canoe
Technique is more important than sheer strength when lifting your canoe.
How to identify stars in the winter sky
Here's an easy way to trace your way from one winter constellation to another.
How to set a steady hiking pace
The key to a smooth hike: setting the right pace. Here's how to find it.
How To Maintain Your Bike
These simple steps help your bike take you places...and get you home again.