Fish Hunter Sonar

Sure, you can kill an afternoon quickly by simply putting your pole in the water, cracking open a beer, and hoping that you get a bite. But if you're on the water to actually catch fish, it helps to know where they are. Fish Hunter Sonar can tell you. Powered by military-grade sonar technology, this ingenious device is so small it floats, and pairs with a smartphone app that allows you to see where the action is, even while the device itself is up to 80 feet away.

  • Vertex Backpacking Stove

    Cooking while backpacking can be more trouble than what it's worth, many times because of the weight and bulk of most portable stoves. The Vertex Backpacking Stove is looking to overcome these obstacles with a unique design that weighs just 1.8 ounces and folds down flat so it takes up as little room as a map. Made from tempered stainless steel, it provides a sturdy platform for your lightweight cookware, and since it's designed to work with both solid fuel tablets and the popular Trangia Spirit alcohol burner, finding fuel should never be hard. Finding food, however, is a different story.

  • Lifestraw Go

    For a long time, finding fresh drinking water out in the wilderness was a chore — you either had to bring along purification packets, or else boil what water you could find and then wait on it to cool before drinking it. Not anymore. With the Lifestraw Go, all you need to do is scoop up some water from a river, stream, or pond, screw on the lid, and drink. Since the bottle incorporates the company's award-winning technology, it removes 99.9999% of bacteria and nearly all waterborne parasites, and is good for up to 1,000 liters of water — or far more than you'll be drinking on a single hike.

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