Author: Jordan Benge

RVing

Smooth Flowing: Operating and Maintaining Your Waste System

Your RV’s waste system is vital to a carefree, pleasant experience. Unfortunately, many users fail to consider the importance of this aspect of RVing until it doesn’t work properly. A waste system which stops working as designed can result in increased odor, decreased holding capacity and an overall unpleasant trip. Luck for you, all...

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Prepping, Survival

Skill That Will Help You Survive After Doomsday

Prepping is about preparing for the next disaster, survival is about stay alive after it happens. No matter how much food you stock pile or plans you make there will come a time when action is needed. If you do not have certain skills, you will be a target rather than survivor. See what some …...

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Bushcraft

Bushcraft Skills Beginners Should Master

Bushcraft is the skill of living in the bush, or wilderness. In it’s more traditional sense it involves foraging for food & water, building shelter from the available materials and even fashioning tools & clothing from nature. In a broader more widely practiced term it refers to wilderness survival, whether planned or due to...

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Trapping

The Benefits of Regulated Trapping

Throughout history, trapping has been an important tool to provide crucial food and materials to humans. It was extremely important in helping to develop our nation, although today it is often overlooked. Through the use of regulated trapping, we are better able to manage our natural resources and accomplish specific goals in areas. So...

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Bushcraft

Bushcraft Gone Wrong: Myths and Advice That could get you killed

Surviving sometimes means there is no room for error. One wrong move and you can end up injured, sick or worse… dead. Unfortunately, the world of entertainment and the internet are full of more bad advice than good. Some myths are easy to spot while others have taken on a life of their own, with …...

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Hunting

Moose Hunting: Tips for the Novice

Bagging a moose is something that is on almost every big game hunter’s bucket list. Few will actually get the chance but many long for the opportunity. If you are lucky enough to draw a tag it is important you make the most of this once in a life time opportunity. Here are some tips …...

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Hunting

Elk Hunting 101

Elk are one of North America’s most majestic big game species. Unfortunately, overhunting and destruction of their habitat caused their numbers to sink to all-time lows. A few decades ago, the chances of bagging a trophy bull were so low that few hunters could even dream of doing so. Thanks to conservation efforts in nearly …...

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Fishing, Kayaking

Kayak Fishing: 3 Tips to Select the Perfect Kayak

Kayaking and kayak fishing has sky rocketed in popularity. This growth is due in part to an overall increase in the paddling sport; part is due to more and more anglers realizing it is a great way to get on the water. Regardless of your reasons for doing so, if you add a kayak to …...

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Camping

Don’t Bug Me! Hack & Tips to Keep Insects from Ruining Your Camping Trip

Mosquitoes! Although most of us understand their important place in the ecosystem few of us enjoy them buzzing around the campsite. Even if they are not using us as a source of food, the constant buzzing can be a serious downer around the campfire. Check out some of these tried and true hacks to help …...

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Featured, Hunting

Tagging Out on a Public-Land Deer Hunt

Deer hunting is one of the most popular outdoor hunting activities with millions of Americans hitting the woods each season. While some luck hunters own or have access to private farms, wood lots or other white tail havens, the majority rely on public land for their outdoor adventures. Unfortunately, this level of pressure means that...

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