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5 Types of Food for Camping

Posted by Robert Gate on 9/19/2017 to Food Procurement

Camping is one of the best ways to experience nature at its finest, but you will always need to be prepared as well. Just like investing in tools and equipment for your business (click here for the best vinyl cutters you might need for your company), you will also be spending for a lot of camping gear and equipment to survive and enjoy. One of the essentials? Food!

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How To Make Your Winter Fishing Trip More Enjoyable

Posted by Louella Trump on 9/5/2017 to Food Procurement

ice fish

Even the most experienced angler faces enormous challenges while catching fish in the winter months. The reason for this is that fishes prefer to migrate to the warm areas of the lakes, rivers or ponds since the temperature drops significantly during this time. In fact, they prefer to take shelter under boulders, rocks or any other structures that will safeguard them from the cold weather and also help to keep them warm. However, winter is still a fantastic time for experiencing some great fishing and you need to make proper planning before venturing out for a winter fishing trip. In the subsequent paragraphs, we will throw some light on how to enjoy fishing during the cold months.

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6 Things You Should Know About Urban Deer Hunting

Posted by Jennifer Walls on 6/2/2017 to Food Procurement

Even if you are an experienced deer hunter, chances are urban deer hunting is a new idea for you. Most hunters grew up taking trips deep into the woods, tracking their elusive prey across wide tracts of wilderness, and following the faintest of game trails. Today, however, you can often find the same deer roaming the suburbs, seemingly oblivious to human activity all around them. Urban deer hunting presents a unique and interesting set of challenges, and if you are up to try this modern sport you will have to learn some new tactics.

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What Type of Camping is Best for Hunting?

Posted by Brandon Cox on 3/10/2017 to Food Procurement

camping while hunting

You’ve probably come across this article because you want to know where you should camp while you’re hunting. Or, you want to know what type of camping you should do. Unfortunately, there isn’t a blanket answer that can be applied to this situation. Instead you must answer a variety of questions before you can think about what type of camping is best for hunting. Answer the questions below and then consider our camping suggestions.

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Don't Stop Fishing: Ice Fishing Tips - Where to Drill the Hole

Posted by Devin Peterson on 11/11/2016 to Food Procurement

Fish in the ice tipWe all know how disappointing it is when the fishing season comes to an end. For some of us this is imposed by regulations, and for others it happens when winter sets in and it is harder to get out there either because of the weather or less free time. Well, for those who can't stand it when this happens, they have assuredly thought about trying or have tried going ice fishing.
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Do 'Smart Guns' Take The Sport Out Of Hunting?

Posted by Devin Peterson on 5/17/2014 to Food Procurement

Smart Gun

There's no doubt that a Smart Gun can provide a serious advantage to anyone who hunts. Not everyone hunts for sport, some hunt to survive. But for those who do it for sport, what's the point when you have this tremendous weapon? You might as well set landmines and come back in a few days.

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How to Set Up a Deadfall Trap

Posted by Devin Peterson on 7/24/2013 to Food Procurement

deadfallOne of the simplest and easiest animal traps is the famed "deadfall". It's principle is simple, a heavy object rests lightly on a loose support and when that support is bumped, the heavy object falls onto the prey, hopefully killing it instantly.
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Tracking Animals

Posted by Devin Peterson on 5/30/2013 to Food Procurement

Animal TracksThe art of animal tracking is an important skill to have as a human being trying to survive through their own means of food procurement. Even without the right tools and weapons to hunt your potential prey, skilled tracking abilities can give you a tremendous edge towards capturing some significant food sources.
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