The modern-day round boat isn’t something that’s new per se. The idea has been around for centuries in fact, with the round boat, or coracle, serving a vital transportation and food gathering role in past centuries in Wales, Scotland and Ireland.
These round crafts are still used in certain parts of the Middle East and Asia for the same purpose.
In the west though, modern-day coracles like the Ultraskiff are much more sophisticated than their predecessors.
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Oasis Alaska Charters in Ketchikan explain common fishing techniques you can use to find healthy schools of salmon
Each summer, thousands travel from all over the U.S. and the world to fish for salmon in Alaska during their annual runs. All anglers hope to catch enough salmon to take home to share with family and friends. Besides the actual catch, enjoying some of your harvest months later is one of the most satisfying parts of fishing for your own salmon in the wild.
However, in order to take some home, you got to find them and catch them first.
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Plastics have become synonymous with everyday life in our modern era. They’re so common, we rarely give a moment’s notice to the many items with plastic in them we use multiple times a day. Whether it’s keeping our food fresh or keeping our kids’ heads safe when playing, life without plastics would be remarkably different when you stop and think about it.
The use of plastics isn’t limited to everyday household items either. Piping for homes and industry are one example, and molded prosthetic limbs help those with devastating injuries lead productive lives.
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What’s SUP? No, I’m not trying to be hip and cool by using slang, but rather asking you if know what SUP is? Well if you don’t, let me explain.
SUP stands for Stand Up Paddle boarding and it is quickly becoming the hottest thing to fish from.
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