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Hunting and Fishing
« on: August 01, 2013, 09:02:31 AM »
We have some other Topics or posts about hunting or fishing. When I can get the move function to work again, I can merge some things together here. Meanwhile this is the new hunting, fishing Topic.
At this stage of my life I  am a vegetarian again, but I certainly appreciate the survival skill involved in hunting and fishing. This could make the difference between life and death for a person's family or group. Especially in extreme stress or arduous working conditions and traveling. Whether surviving in place or on the move, these are skills to be aware of.
Will be posting various articles, links to sites and /or videos.
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"Have you ever wanted a spear gun of your own? Check out this blog on a DIY speargun for under $25!" http://slc360s.blogspot.com/2013/07/diy-spear-gun-for-under-25.html


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Re: Hunting and Fishing
« Reply #1 on: August 01, 2013, 09:17:26 AM »
There may be some overlap...I may post some of these links into Some Survival Websites Topic'
some may end up in Helpful Survival Videos. At any rate this Topic will be a catch all of links, articles and Members posting their stories of hunting and fishing...
I would like to see some Members sharing their knowledge in these survival Topics, especially.
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http://www.wildwoodsurvival.com/survival/hunting/

http://www.shtfpreparedness.com/ 
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Intro to Spear Fishing for Wilderness Survival  53,704

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E2E Instructor Madison Parker illustrates a quick example of underwater spear fishing techniques that can be used for wilderness survival. Check out the part 2 on the Equip 2 Endure website on how to cook this catch without a frying pan or any other equipment.
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Part 2: How to Cook Fish in a Survival Situation
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Re: Hunting and Fishing
« Reply #2 on: August 01, 2013, 09:29:30 AM »
Survival Cooking Making Jerky     11:17   67,298 Views

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Re: Hunting and Fishing
« Reply #3 on: November 03, 2013, 07:34:43 AM »
Venison jerky is awesome.

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Re: Hunting and Fishing
« Reply #4 on: January 10, 2014, 11:09:11 PM »
Venison jerky is awesome.

I've never had that. It does sound good.
My Uncle got a deer up on the land and we had a BBQ.
He did a fine job with all that; my Dad helped..

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Re: Hunting and Fishing
« Reply #5 on: January 10, 2014, 11:41:39 PM »

SRG Survival Series - Bow and Arrow, Primitive Self Bows, Stalking, Hunting skills.wmv 

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Re: Hunting and Fishing
« Reply #6 on: January 13, 2014, 09:32:13 PM »
I have never hunted, but used to fish every day on the way home from work, I was obsessed with it once we moved from California to Oregon and had an abundance of rivers and streams, I wanted to try them all.  I remember once on a weekend trip I wanted to try fishing in a small stream and my husband poo pooed the idea telling me it was too small to have any fish.  After I pulled out a beautiful mountain trout, he could not get his line in the water fast enough LOL!  Now that I am single, it has been years since I have been fishing, and I really miss it.  But unfortunately, it is no longer safe for a woman to fish in the wilderness alone.

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Re: Hunting and Fishing
« Reply #7 on: January 15, 2014, 11:39:33 AM »
I have never hunted, but used to fish every day on the way home from work, I was obsessed with it once we moved from California to Oregon and had an abundance of rivers and streams, I wanted to try them all.  I remember once on a weekend trip I wanted to try fishing in a small stream and my husband poo pooed the idea telling me it was too small to have any fish.  After I pulled out a beautiful mountain trout, he could not get his line in the water fast enough LOL!  Now that I am single, it has been years since I have been fishing, and I really miss it.  But unfortunately, it is no longer safe for a woman to fish in the wilderness alone.

Endtimesgal, I've never hunted either, but I would like to stash some hunting supplies in a survival location.
I'm thinking someone other than me will be the main hunter, if the need arises.

When I was a girl of about 12, I went fishing on our Colorado land with my Dad. I told him I don't like to impale the live worm on the hook, so he obligingly baited the hook for me. Each time I flung the line into the water a trout bit!
I pulled out one trout after another! He kept baiting and I pulled them out!
That was a small stream too! It was a stream from Strawberry Creek, about 7 miles inland from Granby. Well, we had lots of trout for dinner that night.  :)

When I was about 16 some older boys took me out shooting. I took to it really well. With a handgun I barely nicked the tail feathers on a jay bird atop a tree which was about 50 feet away. I had no intention to kill the bird and I just wanted to nick the tail feathers so I did. No harm and it flew away...
Not sure why I was so cocky about that. Had never fired a gun...

When I had to fire the 357 magnum it knocked me backward from the recoil.  ;)
The older boys chuckled. They had warned me it might do that. I only weighed about 117 at the time and couldn't stand up to the recoil... That time I was just firing at tin cans...

At this point I have no guns nor fishing supplies, time to get some stuff...