Hunting Skills for Preppers

June 9, 2015 Rourke 6

by SP Many preppers invest a lot of time and money into food storage.   I have seen and read many instances where some folks have been able to accumulate as much as 50,000 pounds of […]

Improving Your Hunt: Practice Makes Perfect

March 14, 2015 Rourke 2

By Cherie Journalist and fitness enthusiast Christopher McDougall once said, “We’re designed for persistence hunting, which is a mix of running and walking. What’s built into that kind of running is a sense of pleasure. […]

I am not a fisherman

June 18, 2014 Rourke 9

As the title states – I am not a fisherman although I have hauled in a few. As a kid living in Athens, Georgia I would walk to a local pond with a few buddies […]

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Hunt Now…For Later

October 1, 2012 Rourke 8

by Jesse James ModernSurvivalOnline Patriot and Editor-at-Large   The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services estimates that about 5% of the population over 16 hunts during any given year. The study was done in 2006 and […]