What You Should Know About Hunting On Public Land

what you should know about hunting on public land

Hunting on public land can be an exercise in futility. This is especially true in the world of deer and other big game. Many parcels of land open to anyone feature plenty of hunters and little if any game. That’s reality, but it doesn’t always ring true when dealing with feathered quarry.

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Burning Garbage

the do’s and don’ts of burning garbage

Getting rid of garbage in the countryside is very different than it is in the city. Out here, nobody picks up our rubbish from the ends of our driveways, so we have to improvise. We turn to recycling or composting as much as possible. However, what we can’t reuse, we must burn or bury. So, we have burn piles.

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Tips For Curing Ham At Home

Tips For Curing Ham At Home

Curing ham with salt is a food preservation skill that came to North America with the arrival of the first European pioneers. Born from the need to cure and preserve meat without refrigeration, dry salt curing was an old-world method already familiar to these pioneers.

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Fire Safety Rules To Live By

Fire Safety Rules To Live By

In today’s survival literature, you can find a lot of information on how to build a campfire, what setup you should stick to, based on your survival needs, and various other tips to help you start and maintain a fire.  However, there is little to no information when it comes to the dangers associated with fire, how you should control and extinguish a fire in case something goes wrong. Today we will cover the most important fire safety rules.

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Stranded and Freezing – A Survival Story

Stuck On A Snowy Road

I have been a reader of Prepper’s Will for over two years now, and not only do I look forward to every new article, but I keep all my favorite articles printed as well. I have been able to apply many of the bits of information I have picked up from PW to my everyday life.

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Decontamination and Sterilization of Water

Decontamination and Sterilization of Water

We usually take water for granted. While water is almost never scarce in most areas, uncontaminated water might become very scarce following a wide-spread disaster like a nuclear war or economic collapse during which all pollution control endeavors were abandoned.

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Hunting Catapults – Why You Need One In Your Bug Out Bag

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Weapons have been around for a long time. One of the oldest, yet still used, is the catapult. Providing you buy the right one and learn to use it well, it can be a beneficial survival and hunting tool for your bug-out bag. In this article, we are going to look at how to pick a survival catapult.

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How To Stay Cool While Camping In Hot Weather

Stay cool doring summer camping

Going camping in hot weather comes with essential benefits. From enjoying warm, pleasant outdoor activities to feeling happier and healthier, there’s something good to look forward to when camping out in the summer. But, it also has a downside, that is, your inability to enjoy your shelter because of the hot temperature.

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The Lost Book Of Herbal Remedies

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Herbal remedies and natural medicine, along with domestic supplies, are, in essence, the way of a Prepper. The Lost Book Of herbal Remedies is a book that fills all three of those criteria straight away. One of the most daunting ideas as a prepper is that you have no medicinal supplies, and have to fend for yourself. Well, with this book, we may well have found the answer to all of your worries.

We have had emails and messages asking what we thought about the book, so we decided to tell you a little bit more about it and allow you to get hold of it yourself. Keep reading for more information!

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Eskimos and Arctic Survival – 8 Survival Lessons

Eskimos and Arctic Survival

Canada’s Eskimos are said to have an average IQ of 110, compared with a norm of 100, maybe because, over the centuries, only the smart survived. Their testing ground was North America’s desolate, rocky, icy Arctic desert, called the barren lands, where perpetual winds and winter temperatures of minus 50 to 65 degrees F. mean a wind-chill factor of 160 below zero.

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Avalanche Awareness Guide – Top 5 Rules To Follow

Risk of avalanche

An avalanche is hardly an uncommon phenomenon, literally thousands occur every winter and spring in mountainous terrain, where the terrifying rumble of these flash floods of snow are common sounds to woodsmen and cross-country skiers.

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Food Gathering In The Wilderness With 4 Essential Tools

Food gathering in the wilderness

What will happen when there is no food in the house and no money to buy any? Such despairing circumstances can lead a hungry man to desperate acts against society in order to feed his family. Food gathering in the wilderness is a good option if you have the knowledge and tools to help you succeed.

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Primitive Survival – 23 Top Tips

Primitive Survival

If you are a prepper, then you are likely ready for almost anything that can happen. However, what happens when things go worse than you have ever planned? You may find yourself thrown into a position where you need to call upon your primitive survival techniques.

One of the most unfortunate things about a scenario like this is that most people, even preppers, are not knowledgeable enough in primitive survival to last any length of time.

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