What makes someone a total outdoorsman? It’s a mix of know-how, enthusiasm, experience and having the right tools. In this follow-up to the top-selling Total Outdoorsman Manual author T. Edward Nickens returns with another 300+ hints on how to get the most from your hunting, fishing, and camping trips . . . and how to survive if something goes wrong.
Whether you’ve got a longbow, the latest AR, or your granddad’s deer rifle, here’s the definitive guide to the tools and skills you need for deer, waterfowl, small game, and more.
From customizing the perfect fly rod to deepwater trolling to paddling a canoe by yourself, these tips will help you come up with fish—not excuses.
What do you really need to bring along to sleep comfortably, keep away varmints, set up an amazing camp kitchen, and handle on-the-spot butchering? Eddie knows, and shares in detail.
Trapped in the snow? Face-to-face with an angry grizzly? Learn how to get home, get out of trouble, and get a wound bandaged up in the middle of nowhere. These are the skills that can save your life, and the tools that will get you out of any wilderness situation safely.