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Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: John Chagnon, Outdoor-Catalog.com 
 
 Article Title :: Dirt Hole Set - Ticket to Canine Success
 
Dirt Hole Set - Ticket to Canine Success The dirt hole set has probably caught more fox and coyote than all other sets combined. A properly made dirt hole set can catch every canine that passes, but the secret is learning how to make a good one. The first step is to put your set location in an area inhabited by fox or coyote. In wooded areas, look for your set location near trails that cross. In farm country, locate where fence rows meet, near rock piles and old farms. Anywhere mice and other rodents are abundant or an open area is nearby will work also. The s  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: The Gift Wizard 
 
 Article Title :: I'm terrible at choosing gifts!
 
Need help with gifts? Not everyone is good at choosing them. But there's more to gift giving than getting gift ideas from someone else. This is why we'd like to share our gift giving philosophy: Focus on "The Who". No, no, no... not the band. Don't go giving someone a "the who" t-shirt. (Unless, of course, they are a fan of Pete Townhsend.) What we mean is... who is the recipient? Who are you giving to? And we don't mean their name. You need to know about this person. You can't give a great gift without knowing that. It's helpful to have a general idea of what they like, and better to know some specifics details about their life and personality. It's also useful to know what they dislike (  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Dave Cushion 
 
 Article Title :: How To Choose The Fishing Trip Destination That's Right For Your Group
 
Try doing a web search on the words “fishing lodge” and you will come up with hundreds of thousands of matches. Visit any major sports show and you’ll find dozens of outfitters, each offering promises of the trip of a lifetime. How on earth do you narrow it down and find the fishing destination that’s just right for you? Identify Your Priorities for you fishing trip... The first step in selecting a destination is to sit down with everyone else going on the trip and discuss what it is that you want out of the experience. It’s not enough to decide you want great fishing, because that can mean very different things from one person to the next. One person in your party might be de  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Emily Sigers 
 
 Article Title :: How 'Easy' Is Piano Playing?
 
Has anyone ever told you how easy a thing it is to play the piano? Have you ever had people convey to you the idea that piano playing involves little skill, and therefore, does not stand very high, in their estimation, as an art - that it cannot be classed with the art of say, painting or sculpture, as an indication of the possession of brains? Such opinions only show that anyone holding them has given the subject little, if any thought. Until we begin to think, very few people realize what a really complicated thing it is to play even simple piano music. We have, first of all, to read notes on two staffs - bass and treble. The same sign, placed in the same way is, for example, G on the b  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Steve Gillman 
 
 Article Title :: Why Ultralight Backpacking?
 
Want Safer, More Comfortable Backpacking? Contrary to what many think, ultralight backpacking is not just about the freedom to hike more miles or to take your whole pack up the mountain with you. It is also about comfort and safety. Backpackers with heavy loads work too hard and threaten their joints too much. Challenges may add to the experience, but why suffer more than is necessary? The Disadvantages Of Traditional Backpacking Lack Of Freedom You can't easily take a side trip up that hill, just to see what is there. If you do it without your pack, you have to go back the same way to get your pack. It's A Hassle Putting on and taking off your heavy  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Wes Waddell 
 
 Article Title :: Easy Solutions to avoid or reduce red-eye
 
Red-eye is the biggest problem flash photographers face with both digital and film cameras. The good news is that there are a few easy tricks that can significantly and sometimes even completely reduce the effects of red-eye. Here's a few of the simple tricks that I've discovered that make my pictures worth mounting on the wall. What is red-eye? The simplest explanation I've come across is that red-eye is the reflection of light, in our case the flash, through the open retina of the eye. We've all seen it's effects in the glowing red eyes of animals, kids and adults that have been captured on film using flash photography. So, if we know it happens... what do we do to limit it's effect   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Kathy Unruh 
 
 Article Title :: Your First Guitar
 
Congratulations, you just bought you first guitar! Now that you've met the love of your life and made that big commitment, you're probably excited about building a good relationship with your new partner. But where do you begin? You've just come home from the music store with this beautiful, mysterious stranger, or perhaps even rescued an abandoned orphan from the flee market or pawn shop. Cradling it lovingly in your hands, you admire it's graceful form and captivating voice. Before you lay several items that you acquired along with your purchase- a case, strap, picks, and of course, that book or video explaining "everything you need to know in 10 easy lessons." You stare at it blankly, wo  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Emily Sigers 
 
 Article Title :: Making Piano Habits That Help
 
The ability to play well is founded upon habit and habit, in turn, is formed upon your daily work. Therefore, how necessary it is to see that pupils form only the best of habits. There are seven characteristics, or habits, of good practice that every student of music, at any age, should strictly observe: 1. Start Slowly. Practice slowly at first, gradually working up to the required tempo. 2. Keep Time Always. Pay the best of attention to keeping time, and from the very beginning try to play rhythmically. 3. Listen Constantly. Listen to every note played. 4. Keep Your Eyes on the Music. Form the habit of keeping your eyes on the music. Nothing is so distracting as seeing a pianist b  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: by: Elly Kendall 
 
 Article Title :: What is Scrimshaw?
 
American scrimshaw dates back to at least 100-200 AD in North America, practiced for centuries by native groups along the Northwest Coast. Not wanting to simply discard the teeth and bones of animals hunted for food, native cultures invented a new style of art that would later be known as Scrimshaw, one of only a few indigenous American crafts. While other cultures around the world, such as the Orient artists, certainly worked in ivory and bone, the style of North American cultures and that of the Yankee sailors who followed were uniquely their own, making scrimshaw a traditionally American art form. It was adopted by the Yankee whale men of the early 1800's. Two- to five-year voyages quic  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Andre McFayden 
 
 Article Title :: Electric RC Airplanes
 
In the recent past, almost all rc airplanes were powered by small internal combustion engines, using liquid fuels. Models powered by electric motors were few and far between. The electric rc airplane is now becoming much more common, especially in models designed for beginning pilots. Electric power advantages include reliability, convenience, low noise, low vibration, and lack of fuel residue (clean).  The disadvantage of early systems was low power. However recent electric airplane motors, combined with advanced batteries, have increased the performance of electric rc airplanes dramatically.   In the more common Brushed motors, current switching is   (read full article)
 
 
 
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