Rustico Blog — Outdoor Adventures

Why Keep a Fishing Log

Why Keep a Fishing Log

Have you ever wondered why some fishermen are continually successful? More often than not, it doesn’t have anything to do with the particular gear they’re using; rather, it’s the records they’re keeping. Our founder and avid fisherman, Isaac Childs, designed the Fishing Log and Fly Fishing Log as a means for tracking prominent locations, patterns, and trends. This valuable documentation is similar to a “coach’s playbook” in which quick predictions can be made based on previous data. Technical details aside, logging your fishing trips is a great way to be present in the moment and remember fun days on the...

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Our Favorite Ways to Enjoy Autumn

Our Favorite Ways to Enjoy Autumn

Unpack the flannel and beanies because fall is here! It’s the time of year when the leaves change colors, the temperature cools, and football is in full swing. There are lots of things to love about this season and plenty to do, both indoors and outdoors. We’ve put together this guide to help you enjoy this wonderful season to the fullest.   Fall Colors What a grand sight it is to see the leaves changing around us. As Albert Camus said, “Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” This time of year is a great time...

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Mt. Timpanogos Logbook 2018-2019

Mt. Timpanogos Logbook 2018-2019

On July 21, 2018, members of the Rustico team hiked Mount Timpanogos to place our annual Summit Series Log, which we intended to pick up just a few months later. Utah had other plans.   Mt. Timp Summit Series Log Back in 2017, we started the tradition of hiking our custom Big Idea Album to the summit of Mount Timpanogos. The purpose of what we call the Mt. Timp Summit Series Log is for fellow hikers to leave documentation of their climb. Those who reach the top can sign their names and add a date, or jot down a quote...

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Spend Time in Nature

Spend Time in Nature

Hannah Kycek (known on Instagram as Hatchet Jane) is an outdoor adventurer, writer, and photographer, who enjoys making it a point to spend time in nature. Take a few minutes to read her perspective on stepping outside and what it does for her.

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