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Category Archives: hunting
Animal trapping has been used to gather food for most of human history. It is just in recent years that it has been banned. I live in California which has strict laws on animal trapping. Leg traps and body …Read More...
The other day I was talking to people about binoculars and found out how little the average person understands the differences in them. In a TEOTWAWKI situation, a good pair of binoculars may turn out to be an extremely important …Read More...
Today I was setting around looking at a Cabela’s advertisement for hunting blinds. This got me to thinking of all the potential uses of a good blind. Properly made hunting blinds can give you good camouflage while hunting for game. …Read More...
In the area in which I live there is a good source of meat that many people refuse to eat, but that I think is delicious. I am talking about rattlesnake. Now I know you always hear that it tastes …Read More...
When was the last time you cooked a raccoon? For most people that is never. Yet for many years, raccoons were on the menu for the Native Americans and the pioneers. In parts of the south, raccoon hunting is …Read More...
Every year in our area, we have to build deer proof fences around our family gardens. These have to be a least 6-foot high or the deer will jump them. Our chicken coops have to be well built to protect …Read More...
I am fascinated by old books written by the pioneers, and every so often, I am lucky enough to find one that gives information that is useful for preparedness. Today I found a book written in 1907 called “Deadfalls and …Read More...