If you’re a serious hiker, you need to choose a dog that will be comfortable on any path you decide to take. The Clymb wrote a great article on the top 7 dog breeds for hiking. Below is the list of top 7 hiking dogs. You can read more on each dog at TheClymb.com. 1.[.....]
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The .41 Magnum is a bit of an anomaly. It was introduced in 1964, squeezed in between the .357 Magnum and the .44 Magnum. Some might have wondered then and even now what it was really created to do. It was never never wildly popular, and that’s a shame because the .41 is a grand[.....]
It's hot outside and on the water, so you have to fish where the fish are hiding.
Fishing is tough when it is 100 degrees with a humidity to match. Most anglers with any sense are probably at the house hugging the recliner in the cool air and watching golf or NASCAR. If summer fishing is in the blood though, some good bass can still be snagged early in the morning and[.....]
It’s summer and American sportsman are out and about in big numbers. With so many millions of people covering lakes, rivers, tidewaters, oceans, hills, dales, mountains, and valleys, accidental encounters with beasts big and small are sure to occur. Here’s the next installment in our list of Read More…
If you're looking for a red hot Gulf Coast fishing spot near major metro areas, than head to Lake Calcasieu.
Lake Calcasieu, Louisiana has always been a light-tackle saltwater fishing Mecca, located just inland from the Gulf of Mexico west of New Orleans and about 20 miles east of the Texas border. It’s 8 miles wide, 21 miles long, mainly shallow, somewhat off the beaten track, and it has some of the Read More…
When you shop for your bug out backpacks, be careful not to buy bags with too many pockets to manage.
I know of many preppers that are proud as punch of their multi-pocketed Bug Out packs. That is until they try to find something in one of the many zippered or Velcro® hidey places some of these humongous packs have designed into them. Sometimes too many pockets, pouches, and slip sleeves can create Read More…
There are a lot of single source suppliers for prepping gear, tools, and stuff.
What if you could go to a single source outlet for a great deal of your prepping equipment and supply needs? It can definitely a hassle to shop numerous shops, stores, and outlets to find everything you need or want for your SHTF prepping and/or a formal Bug Out plan. It is nice to have[.....]
It’s summer and American sportsman are out and about in big numbers. With so many millions of people covering lakes and rivers, tidewaters and oceans, hills and dales, mountains and valleys, accidental encounters with beasts big and small are sure to occur. Here are some bad boys–and Read More…
This simple fire building cup can make creating a fire on the run just a little easier.
All outdoors people including hunters, campers, preppers, and all travelers in the wildernesses of America need a way to start a fire in the case of an emergency. I know, all you think you need is a butane cigarette lighter and a pile of leaves, but what if it is raining or windy? There are[.....]
Preppers that are planning to store various types of fuels should know how to protect its long term viability.
Have you seen the Sta-Bil commercial where the guy is trying to start his outboard motor with the old gas? I love the look on that guy’s face when the engine won’t start. I love it ironically because I had the same look on my face last year when I tried to get my ATV[.....]