We had a cozy little wood fire to warm our hands, boil a pot of tea, and heat up a pot of beans at lunch time with this DIY stove.
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You just snagged your favourite lure during a great day of catching fish and can’t get it unhooked on your own. Now what?
OOD contributor Justin Hoffman walks through a simple project for peace of mind when hanging trail cams this season.
To mask or eliminate human scent, hunters can buy a wide range of specialized masking products. Learn how to mask human scent naturally.
Handy and thrifty ways to use empty tin cans in camp, including baking quick breads, creating firestarters, and reheating leftovers.
A guide to rendering wild-game fat. Everything from duck and goose to bear and moose fat, learn how to strain the juices from your meat.
My stepfather and I crafted this stately, do-it-yourself wooden canoe stand, finishing it in mostly in one afternoon.
No matter what species you like to catch, it’s best to keep it wet and in a net. Here’s how you can build your own.