Hitting a fish with your bare hands isn't so smart. Ikejime is brutal, if effective. And most bonkers look like post-apocalyptic weaponry. The Kombo Fish Tool, however, does not. It combines an ergonomic handle, a polypropylene body with three stainless steel weights for maximum impact, and built-in sharpener. Once the fish is still, you can use the hidden fillet knife to clean it, and there's a spoon on the back for the stubborn bits. And should you happen to lose your grip, rest assured that it will float atop the water until you're ready to retrieve it.
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It's large enough for the sea. Yet it folds down small enough to fit in your trunk. The Oru Coast Origami Kayak is the larger brother of the Bay model, measuring 16 feet long and engineered to tackle the wind and waves you'll find on larger bodies of water. Its polypropylene body weighs just 31 pounds and takes less than 10 minutes to setup, and like its predecessor, also comes in a "+" model with full rigging, a folding hatch for gear storage, and an even more comfortable seat. Made in California.
Crafted from cast iron and built for the campground, the Poler Dutch Oven makes for a nice addition to your summertime cooking arsenal. The 10-inch pot comes pre-seasoned so you can use it right away, and features built-in feet to keep it steady, a cast iron lid, and a sturdy handle that makes pulling it off the flames safe and easy. Good for everything from desserts to cowboy classics like beans and cornbread.