Bug Out Bag Or 72 Hour Kit Ideas
Not all bug out bags lists are the same as not people have different needs. For example, a pet owners72-hour kit, needs, will differ from a family with small children. That is why these various infographics are excellent guides for building the ultimate bug out bag for your particular situation.
A Great Bug Out Bag Info Graph
This infograph from Apartment Prepper is an ultimate list for setting up 72 hr. kit for both home and your car.
Emergency Food Supply- Survival Fishing
Carrying a fishing rod with you if not impossible is very inconvenient . Fishing rods can be ungainly and can break easily. So, this mini survival fishing kit is a great find.
Prepping For Fido
The post below leads to a handy article for packing your bug out bag for your dog.
10 Essential Items You Should Have In Your Bug Out Bag
All of these items are absolute essentials. Check below for details.
Who would have thought glow sticks would have a use for your survival kit?
Something For the Kiddos
During disaster your children will likely be scared, bored or both. So, including toys is a great way to keep your kids occupied and when your children are occupied they’ll be less likely to be scared.
An Excellent Guide For A Literal Bug Out Bag
Most survival sites give great information on what types of survival supplies you should have stored if the SHTF. However, many lists are for either when you are able to stay put in your house or are able to escape by car. So, what if you have neither a car or you are either not home or your house was destroyed? That’s why the below infograph is so valuable.
I hope this list of bug out bag tips give you a great starting point to assembling your 72 hour kit or making improvements on what you already have.
Which idea do you like the best?