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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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Everything You Need In A Roadside Emergency Kit

By Michael B. / September 14, 2019

Everyone’s been there- it’s a long day, all you want to do is get home and unwind, and out of no where something goes wrong; a pothole, a flat tire, a dead battery. Your night is ruined. But it doesn’t have to be. If you follow this guide and prepare yourself for every possible scenario, […]

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The Brand of Terrorism No One Is Looking For

By Michael B. / September 11, 2019

When it comes to terrorism we, along with our governments, tend to focus on bombings, knifings, and shootings. Unfortunately, there’s a whole different type of terrorism that goes unmentioned that’s just as (if not more) threatening: bioterrorism. Bioterrorism involves the use of harmful germs or other biological agents to create mass illness- from epidemic to […]

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The 12 Hygiene Items Every Prepper Has Stockpiled

By Michael B. / September 2, 2019

During a crisis, several problems could arise as far as personal hygiene goes. Should there be a natural disaster such as a flood or earthquake, there is a very real possibility that the roads may be impassable. Getting to a store will be difficult, and on the chance you do get there, you’ll likely find […]

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Emergency Prep: Hurricanes

By Michael B. / August 30, 2019

The coastline of the United states is regularly battered by hurricanes- an average of about five every three years.   Hurricanes bring lots of heavy winds, some as strong as a hundred miles an hour.  Along with hurricanes also come water surges that reach to twenty feet in height. These intense winds can create cyclones, […]

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Cold-Crushing Superfoods

By Michael B. / August 28, 2019

Not only do healthy, nutrient-dense foods nourish your body and help the cells grow and reproduce, they also help arm your body’s defenses to ward off attacks from germs that cause colds. Low-fat meats, whole grains, fruits, vegetables and whole grains all play a part in preparing your body to do battle. Another important component […]

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10 Water Storage Tips

By Michael B. / August 12, 2019

When it comes to eating and storing food off the grid, there are plenty of tips, tricks, and shortcuts. When there’s a shortage, you can even go without food for a while. Unfortunately, the same can’t be said for fresh water, so here are ten things that should always be at the forefront of your […]

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Protein 101

By Michael B. / July 23, 2019

A lot of people hear the word protein and think of bodybuilders and athletes, but the human body needs protein, whether it’s physically active or not. Protein is particularly important for sick or injured people who need to rebuild damaged or weakened tissue and muscles. Proteins are made of amino acids that are folded together. […]

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Choosing Your Perfect Saltwater Reel

By Michael B. / July 9, 2019

While saltwater fly fishing is all about getting good casts and the excitement of the fight, one of your most important purchases (aside from your rod) is the reel. Most reels used in this kind of ‘extreme’ fishing are single action reels. In this case, single action reels are a better fit than multiplier, as […]

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7 Steps To Securing Your Vehicle

By Michael B. / July 5, 2019

The fear and anxiety involved in having a car stolen is immense, and in addition to the panic, the monetary loss is usually huge. It’s true that sometimes a stolen car will be picked up from one location and found within 48 hours at a location two miles away. It’s also possible that your car […]

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