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Tips & Tricks (Camping and Survival)

DIY Survival: 15 Clever Kits, Tricks and Hacks | Includes photos and videos of instructions and procedures! WOW!

DIY Survival 101: 15 Clever Kits, Tricks & Hacks | WebEcoist

Use 3 to 5 tea lights under a slow cooker pot / crockpot to heat your room. I have tried flowerpot, plantpot heaters and this is way better. Throws out a lot more heat, doesn't smell like some clay ones tend to do, plus you don't have to mess about with multiple pots or nuts and bolts. I used a small crock 1.5ltr which gave out loads of heat. Give it a try. You will be surprised how well it works. Ideal if you have power cuts / power outages.

Here’s a great catfish bait you can keep secret from your friends that requires no mixing, stirring or gagging. Buy a bottle of anise extract, which smells like licorice, in the spice and extract section of your supermarket. All catfish love this stuff. When you get to the lake or river, pour a little in a plastic container and drop in a sponge hook. Let the sponge absorb the extract, then cast it to a spot where a hungry catfish is likely to be waiting for dinner. Grip your rod tightly. If a ca

Homemade Catfish Bait Recipes - Game & Fish

Super shelter "wilderness clips". Genius. Need to build a survival shelter but short on cordage and duct tape? No problem! Just improvise "wilderness clips" with green sticks and your knife!! Brilliant!!

How to Build the Ultimate Survival Shelter

7 Tips to Keep You Alive and Found in the Wilderness | Survival Sherpa

7 Tips to Keep You Alive and Found in the Wilderness

Cut a pool noodle down the middle, and use zip ties to hold around your dip net handle. It will hold down noise as go down the lake and will float your net if you drop it in the lake. My husbands idea!

Tips on how to keep your ice longer while camping