So, the unspeakable has happened, and you are stuck overnight in the outdoors. Whether you’ve been lost in the woods while hiking, car broke down while hunting, get caught in a storm or the zombie apocalypse has occurred you’re going to need to go into survival mode. Make no doubt […]
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The Importance of Planning for Disaster Almost anyone can survive the initial disaster....
Whether you are are a prepper, survivalist, or just a camper, getting and keeping your survival tents and shelters in top shape should be a priority. After all, it would not be much for you to find out, in the middle of a storm, that you have a hole in […]Read more ›
Guide to Buying and Filling Up Your Best Tacklebox How often do you: Miss hooking a good fish because your hooks are dull? Spend 15 minutes untangling a mess of lures and lines in the bottom of your tackle box while trying to get at that one special lure? Buy […]Read more ›
Winter is soon approaching, and depending on where you live you need to be sure that that you have your pre made survival kits prepared and ready. You need to remember that depending on where you live; weather conditions can be extremely erratic. It could be 60 degrees in the […]Read more ›
Bark River Knives Review: Outstanding knives, affordable prices, and superior customer service. The Bark River Knife has distinguished itself over the years as a maker and seller of knives that excel at reliability, dependability, versatility, and outstanding capability in the field. Those are characteristics that knife owners treasure […]Read more ›
The Best Emergency Water Purification Systems Boiling water and adding chlorine (household bleach, such as Regular Clorox) to water are the two most common emergency water purification systems. Boiling Water For altitudes of less than 5,000 above sea level, vigorously boiling water, for at least a minute kills disease-causing bacteria […]Read more ›
Building Your Poncho Lean To Tents Before you start to build your shelter you need to ask yourself the following questions: Do I have the right type of equipment for me to build a manmade shelter? Obviously, a poncho shelter can’t be made when you don’t have a poncho. If […]Read more ›
Cody Lundin’s Aboriginal Living Skills School, LLC (“ALSS”) Please note: the ALSS bush craft courses list explicitly states whether or not Lundin or one of his associates will teach the class. So, if you want Lundin’s instruction, be sure to pay attention to the course list. Lundin claims to have […]Read more ›
Bush Craft Courses Guide Choosing the best bush craft courses for your particular situation can be quite challenging. All outdoor survival classes aren’t created equal, and the school may not be a good fit for you. So, you need to do research to make sure the course that you enroll in […]Read more ›
In wilderness survival building a fire can be, under certain circumstances, the first thing you should do. Please note, this article isn’t going to examine how to start a fire by rubbing two sticks together or other bushcraft ways of fire starting. This article will instead focus on four simple, […]Read more ›
Bush Craft Tools If you are rescued, common sense will tell you that you’ll no longer need to worry about gathering food, water, shelter, and building a fire. So, if the weather is not, severe, strategizing about how you are going to signal for rescue should be your number one […]Read more ›