Protect Yourself from the Sun

The Boy Scouts have a famous saying, “Always be prepared.” When I was in high school, my dad always yelled as I flew through the kitchen door into another weekend night of carousing and experiencing adolescence to “wear your protection.” As an outdoorsman both sets of words have come in handy in more ways than the ones they initially intended. The mantras mean more with every passing season and hit home recently when my good friend Terry Gibson, Fishing Editor of Outdoor Life, sauntered up to the dock with a bandage on his forehead and his right cheek.

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