Everything from offroad driving to backcountry first-aid—25 skills you just can't do without.
What simple steps can hunters take to prepare themselves for unexpected “survival” situations?
I was on one of those “middle of nowhere” hunts last year, where I barely avoided a bad fall that could’ve busted an ankle—or worse. If that had happened, I wondered, could I have held on until help got there?
The last thing you need is another writer telling you that dryer lint with a little candle wax can get an emergency fire going, or that pine pitch is a natural fire-starter.
Fire, wind, water, ice ... it’s a wonder anything survives in Alberta’s northern woods. Though humans may be sparse, the bears thrive.
A week of hunting moose in western Newfoundland provides lessons in woodsmanship, patience and how to eat well in the backcountry.
The ideal strategy for bagging a gobbler is being at the right place at the right time. Here’s why that time might be hours later than you think.
Be sure to have these essential items with you on your next backcountry hunt to prevent bad luck from becoming a crisis.
Here’s how to build a fire when you need it most.
So easy even a caveman can do it.