Brian Lynn

Brian Lynn

As an editor and writer for such publications as ESPN.com and Outdoor Life, Brian has extensive experience in the outdoors realm. However, his knowledge comes with at the price of experience. You can learn a lot from him because he’s done most of it wrong the first time and can tell you all about what you should do instead.

Stories by Brian Lynn

Lost? How to Signal for Help

Aug 09, 2013

It happens every year – people get stranded on a road trip or lost while hiking, camping or hunting and fishing. It could be anywhere, from a remote desert to a snowy mountain back. Knowing how to stay comfortable and signal for help are some of your biggest concerns when you’re stuck or lost. Here […]

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How Much Horsepower Do I Need for My Boat?

Aug 08, 2013

Prospective motorboat buyers, whether in the market for a brand-new or used vessel, eventually have to decide how big of a motor they want.  While powerboat companies and their respective print ads would have you believe that everyone needs a direct-injected, two-stroke, 250-horsepower engine, that’s not the case – but there is some truth to […]

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Traveling With Your Pet [part 2]: Living on the Road

Aug 01, 2013

When you take a vacation with your pet, you often have to completely adjust your itinerary – including hourly schedules, lodging and even the restaurants you plan to visit. You can’t leave a cat, dog, parrot or hamster in a hot, sun-soaked automobile while you grab a sit-down lunch. Likewise, it’s not a good idea […]

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Traveling with Your Pet [part 1]: Containing the Danger

Jul 26, 2013

Taking your cat or dog in the car with you, whether on an extended road trip or on just a short jaunt to the pet store, can pose a danger to you and others on the road if done incorrectly. Allowing a pet to run loose in your car can distract both the driver and […]

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Bottoms Up! Why Do Boats Have Different Hulls?

Jul 17, 2013

Hot summer afternoons are here, but how will you spend them? Whether you’re fishing, skiing or just cruising, taking to the water in a boat can provide entertainment and bonding time with family and friends. If you’re looking to buy a new or used boat, however, choosing the right one for you means the difference between […]

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Tips for Camping with Kids

Jul 01, 2013

Heading out into nature during the summer months is a seasonal tradition for many people. It’s one thing to rough it on your own or only with adults, but it’s entirely another to camp with children tagging along. To combat short attention spans and the minor discomforts that can come with camping, here are some […]

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