The ultimate guide for short term survival the pocket outdoor survival guide provides the essential knowledge that hikers, campers, canoeists, hunters, anglers, and anyone who spends time in the outdoors needs to deal with short term survival situations. This handy guidebook will give you the knowledge to make it through any outdoor adventure, planned or unplanned. Discover everything you need to know about: trip planning/survival kits/search and rescue/coping with bad weather/emergency signaling/shelter/sleeping warm/fire/dealing with insects/safe drinking water/food/avoiding hypothermia/countering fear/and much more! Don't be caught without a Copy of J. Wayne fears' the pocket outdoor survival guide on your next outdoor adventure! Specifications:- number of pages: 160- size: 4.5" x 6.5".
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J. Wayne Fears is a wildlife biologist by training who has organized big-game hunting camps, guided canoe trips, and run commercial getaway operations. Former editor of Rural Sportsman magazine, he has written more than more than twenty books on a variety of subjects ranging from cabin building (including How to Build Your Dream Cabin in the Woods) to survival (The Pocket Outdoor Survival Guide) to cookbooks (including The Complete Book of Dutch Oven Cooking), and more than four thousand articles for major outdoors magazines. A member of the International Dutch Oven Society and an accomplished writer and skilled outdoorsman, Fears lives in Cross Creek Hallow, Alabama.Review:
Fears' book can give the reader the knowledge to survive, and that knowledge can give one the will to live....the book makes an excellent stocking stuffer for any outdoors person. -- Tom Mitchell, The Leader Times, November 23, 2007
If it's basic survival techniques you need to survive a short-term crisis, read this book - then keep it close at hand. J. Wayne Fears is a search and rescue official trained in survival skills in the military, so his tips are backed by Army training. From preparing for local weather and emergency signaling to avoiding hypothermia and dressing for the unexpected, any planning a camping trip or outdoors venture must have THE POCKET SURVIVAL GUIDE: THE ULTIMATE GUIDE FOR SHORT-TERM SURVIVAL in the backpack. -- Midwest Book Review, January 2007
J. Wayne Fears has some potential life-saving advice for anyone who finds himself lost in the woods: "Stop, sit down, think, remain calm, don't panic and plan to stay put." It's not as easy as it sounds, but after reading Fear's "The Pocket Survival Guide" you'll at least know what to do. This handy 128-page booklet is packed with information and tips on how to keep safe and relatively comfortable during an unexpected night in the woods. This is a bare bones pocket manual written on the premise that most people reported missing are found within 72 hours or less. So Fears, who once was stranded in the Alaskan backcountry when his fly-in outfitter failed to return, keeps each of his chapters short and direct. There's no flowery prose, no "this happened to me" survival stories. Just he basics, including: How to Assemble Your Own Survival Kit, Prepare Your Signals, Construct a Shelter and Build a Survival Fire, Avoid Hypothermia and, most important, Dealing With Fear. Fears is trained in search and rescue. -- Gary Garth, Courier Journal (Louisville, Kentucky), September 23, 2004
This pocket guide provides vital information dealing with short-term survival situations for hikers, campers, backpackers, canoeists, hunters and anglers. In fact, this book is great for anyone who spends time in the wilderness. Every year some outdoor enthusiasts find themselves faced with unexpected emergencies. They get lost, injured or stranded and suddenly find themselves depending on survival skills. This compact book covers skills and gear you need to stay alive until help arrives. This crucial resource covers everything from shelter and building a fire to finding water and the survival supplies you should always carry. If you find yourself facing that unplanned night in the woods, this little book can prepare you to stay comfortable...and survive. -- Mike Roux, Outdoor Guide Magazine
You've finally embarked on your Colorado elk hunt and now you're in the thick of it, at dark, and your GPS batteries are dead. You're going to be spending at least one night on the mountain. Do you know what to do? According to survival-training expert J. Wayne Fears, you should reach in your pack for his new book to replace panic with comforting knowledge. From building a shelter to surviving off the land until rescued, Fears gives all the tricks he's learned from a career of search-and-rescue missions in this pocket-sized manual. -- American Hunter, November 2004
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