I love the outdoors. Camping, fishing, hunting, hiking, canoe tripping. I do all of those to greater or lesser degrees. Most of the time I can’t be outside doing those things I enjoy. You see, I have to work and make money that I get to then squander on things like bills; mortgage, food, heat…etc… So I don’t get out as much as I would like. But when I can’t get outside I turn to YouTube to get myself a partial outdoor fix.
In fact because I watch so much YouTube these days I joined Premium and no longer have to watch ads.
When I watch outdoor themed YouTubers I relax. It settles my restless soul. Sure, it’s not nearly as good as getting out there in the forest or on a lake for myself. But hey, it’s better than nothing. In fact it’s way better than nothing. I find myself immensely entertained by several YouTubers, and not only that, I also find a lot of inspiration from them. CONTINUE READING, CLICK HERE
When I can’t get outside in the woods, up to my cabin, or just outside in general to enjoy nature, I like to sometimes watch YouTube. There are a lot of great YouTubers out there that are into the same stuff I am.
So in this quick short post I want to share some of the YouTube channels I watch when I’m stuck at home. CONTINUE READING, CLICK HERE
Aside from a few charters I have taken over the years on Lake Michigan for salmon and lake trout, I have never really actively pursued lake trout fishing on my own. Sure, I have had opportunities to go after them on early summer trips to Lake of the Woods, but never did. As an avid walleye fisherman, I never set aside time for lake trout. Until now, because I am currently planning to go exclusivity lake trout fishing in the BWCA (Boundary Waters Canoe Area).
As I write this latest blog post this website, TD All Outdoors, is fairly young and only has a dozen or so posts to it. Currently it is not getting found to much by people who may be searching out the topics I am writing about here. Which is a bummer, because I would love to get some pointers from people who have fished lake trout in the BWCA. CONTINUE READING, CLICK HERE