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    I've been seeing tiny kayaks lately in the news....

    I've been seeing tiny kayaks lately in the news. They look about four feet long and two and half feet wide and come in bright colors. Adults are using them, so I suppose they have a 250 lb load...
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    Archery is my all time favorite sport.

    Archery is my all time favorite sport.
  3. Thread: Cannibalism

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    With the eating of humans there is the good...

    With the eating of humans there is the good chance of catching a disease that can kill you. If you eat the brain or spinal cord, you can contract certain diseases that will destroy your own nervous...
  4. Thread: which animal

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    Ticks are a serious problem with the Lyme disease...

    Ticks are a serious problem with the Lyme disease and mosquitoes are another with with the West Nile Virus problem. Fleas can give you tapeworms, so don't eat any. :p
  5. Thread: is this legal

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    It's called noodling down south. YouTube has some...

    It's called noodling down south. YouTube has some good videos of pretty girls noodling for catfish.

    I use to handgrab for fish when I was a kid till the day I grabbed a cottonmouth water moccasin....
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    I've noticed that in the past few years that the...

    I've noticed that in the past few years that the wet sand on the small creek I walk up here in Mississippi is becoming softer in some spots. More than usual, too, as I remember it from walking up...
  7. Thread: stingrays

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    Have no idea what squid meat looks like. Looks...

    Have no idea what squid meat looks like. Looks tender though from what I have seen on cooking shows.
  8. Thread: survival food

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    Man, that's a good idea using the rat trap. I got...

    Man, that's a good idea using the rat trap. I got a cousin in Georgia that has squirrels eating the siding off of his house. They use the insulation to pack their nests. He bought a silent, but...
  9. Thread: stingrays

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    What is the stingray flesh like texture wise? I...

    What is the stingray flesh like texture wise? I mean is it like fish in texture or chicken? I am not talking taste, I am talking what does the flesh look like? Chicken, fish, and beef have a...
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    Found this link for stingray recipes. ...

    Found this link for stingray recipes.

    http://fooddownunder.com/cgi-bin/search.cgi?q=stingray

    They seem to taste better dried which has a tendency to take a lot of the yuck flavor out, I...
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    I have found that The Audubon Society Field Guide...

    I have found that The Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Wildflowers as well as the Peterson Field Guides titled Edible Wild Plants (Eastern/Central North America) and Medicinal Plants...
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    I read that granite isn't as quick to explode...

    I read that granite isn't as quick to explode when heated like the chert and flint types of stone.
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    Wickiup and Fire Making --- my first 24 hour priority

    It is empowering to go 100 percent natural, thinkfree3. I am blending my skills to lean towards 100 percent natural in the event I find myself with nothing more than the clothes on my back and...
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    I've read that granite makes a better fire stone...

    I've read that granite makes a better fire stone than chert or flint. Not as many fissures in granite to hold trapped water to cause a rock to explode violently when heated too fast.
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    Sticky: I experimented today with the small magnifying...

    I experimented today with the small magnifying glass on the whistle, compass, and thermometer gizmo from Coghlan and discovered I can light charred cloth and charred punk wood with it by focusing the...
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    Use What You Got

    I've pretty much have come to the conclusion that survival isn't so much using primitive things to build a fire, get game animals in the steam pit, or filter water using sand and charcoal, but using...
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    Hellooooo, wishbone. Welcome.

    Hellooooo, wishbone. Welcome.
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    When watching television shows like Jericho, I...

    When watching television shows like Jericho, I will on occasion think that the reason the producers, directors, and actors creating the show want their characters shown doing stupid and ill prepared...
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    I guess the blood pools in the head when you...

    I guess the blood pools in the head when you sleep with your head lower than your feet and the lack of fresh oxygenated blood circulating to the brain causes the headache.

    My sinuses close up...
  20. Thread: Hunters

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    I love spinach raw and cooked with eggs, but with...

    I love spinach raw and cooked with eggs, but with the recent salmonella scare, I'm going to have to wait and grow my own this year. I wonder if I could grow it in the wild or would the deer eat it...
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    Deer and small game hunter. Turtle trapper....

    Deer and small game hunter. Turtle trapper. Fisherwoman. Crawdad catcher. If we had oysters around here, I would be an oyster diver, too.

    Told a good recipe for wild turkey breast which can be...
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    There's a method called stitch and glue that is...

    There's a method called stitch and glue that is suppose to be the best way to build a small boat. Here in Mississippi, it was too hard to get the materials without shipping them here and the shipping...
  23. Thread: Flintknapping

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    When I go primitive camping, I want to know every...

    When I go primitive camping, I want to know every available source of moisture that I can find. From safe plants to eat for moisture like the bull thistle or local cactus to natural springs, I look...
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    http://www.vietnamboats.org/Photos/cnguyentamcoccn...

    http://www.vietnamboats.org/Photos/cnguyentamcoccnlninhbinh.jpg

    For one person, that's about the right size to get away quickly and with enough gear.
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    Sticky: Pineneedles (chew needles for vitamin C and tea),...

    Pineneedles (chew needles for vitamin C and tea), yucca flowers, blackberries (eat fruit and make a tea from leaves), henbit (raw or cooked), blanched acorns (prefer white oak, but the orange meat...
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