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Where All The Fish Are Hiding (And Where They Definitely Aren’t)

By Michael B. / September 18, 2019

There are three requirements a body of water has to meet in order for it to be inhabitable for fish: food, oxygen, and cover. Luckily, most every river, lake, or pond meets those criteria, so wherever you are, you can be pretty certain they’re there. Now you just have to find them! Different kinds of […]

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Catch and Release Fishing Like a Pro

By Michael B. / February 25, 2019

Fishing is a sport, but in recent decades it has become less about hunting for survival and more about entertainment. With the rising issue of fish becoming depleted, many anglers are now employing the practice of catch and release fishing. Catch and release fishing is great in theory, but many people are doing it incorrectly […]

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How To Cook The Best Catch Of Your Life

By Andrew J. / December 8, 2018

A freshly caught fish can be cooked in a thousand and one ways. Many a serious fisherman will have his own unique way of cooking his freshly caught fish, but in case you’re new at this or you’re just burned out and looking for something new, here are some ideas to get the best out […]

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A Beginner’s Guide To Fishing

By Andrew J. / November 30, 2018

If you are new to the fishing, you need to know some of the basic rules. Like other forms of hunting, fishing (which dates back almost 10,000 years) involves both your environment and those around you. Always be respectful of both. A number of various techniques and traditions have been used during fishing’s progression. Modern […]

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Paracord: The Prepper’s Holy Grail

By Andrew J. / May 7, 2018

Paracord is short for parachute cord- a miracle piece of equipment that any and every serious prepper or survivalist should have. It’s usually referred to as 550 paracord because despite its thin appearance, it can hold 550 lbs. That’s some serious strength. The cord itself can be unraveled to reveal inner strands that are very […]

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Hunting and Trapping Domestic Animals Post-SHTF

By Andrew J. / November 18, 2015

Setting a trap or snare is a good way to catch game if you have no weapons. A trap is also valuable in situations where you do have a gun or air rifle, but the sound of shooting off a weapon must be avoided. This section will focus on undomesticated wild life such as rats, […]