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  1. Edible & Non-Edible Plants
    It might come in handy one day to know what type of plants in your area you could use for natural cordage... In my area, the Southwest US, there's lots of these stringy fiber type plants, the first 3 that come to mind are: ...these are great and the Fan Palms probably have the longest...
  2. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I was at the local pawn shop today and I picked up a few traps. I got a medium sized, havahart style live trap, paid $30 for it, I think I got a good deal. (they also have a slightly larger one for sale that I didnt pick up for $45. Do ya'll think it would be a good deal?) I also bought a ankle...
  3. Firearms General Discussion
    Hi guys! MikeK said I should post a link to my story over here as food for thought so here it is: (Be sure to check out the picture of the squirrel cook, by clicking on the link, in the recipes section at the bottom of the piece. A picture is indeed worth 1000 words.)...
  4. Urban Survival
    (Urban Survival with Moles, Voles Gophers and Ground Squirrels) Once many years ago, when I was working at the jail, I came home one afternoon and was engaged in conversation by my neighbor across the street. As we spoke, literally over her fence, we noticed a common pocket gopher bobbing its...
  5. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    I have a medium sized box trap that I have taken skunks and woodchucks in and I would think that it would be useful in a survival situation because of this. however it is bulky, rattles slightly and is about 1.5lbs. Pros *A somewhat reliable source of small game *Can be used as an extra...
  6. Urban Survival
    One thing that I've noticed about us as a group. Every time somebody creates a list of supplies, nobody ever puts down traps as a survival item. I am not talking about all those bear traps either. What I am talking about is those simple, easy-to-use larger rat or mouse traps. Think about it...
  7. Hunting and Trapping General Discussion
    little video about releasing a trapped coyote.
  8. Hunting and Trapping General Discussion
    These are some I have built. The first picture is a spring assist door and is 4'hx4'wx8l' door is 3.5'h x 2.5'w, and is set with a trip stick at the rear of the trap where i pour the sour mixture over the stick and they root around and trip it (most caught at a time 9). The second...
  9. Hunting and Trapping General Discussion
    I've been living in Virginia for the past few months and have returned to one of my old pastimes...coyote hunting. Now, let me give you the lay of the land. I'm hunting in steep, hilly Appalachia, and although there is plenty of open space, the land is definitely not flat, and heavy woods are...
  10. Hunting and Trapping General Discussion
    What does Laminate the jaws of a trap mean?
  11. Hunting and Trapping General Discussion
    Does anyone have any traps on hand, and if so what kind are they? I keep a live / box trap and several paw traps on hand.
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