Category Archives: Fire Starting
Fire Starting Skills for Campers and Survivalists
A fire is a basic tool of both comfort and survival yet many people are frustrated in their attempts to build one by their impatience to use wood that is too large at the beginning. Just like most things in life you have to start small and grow.
Outdoorsman’s Review of UCO Flatpack Stove & Fire Pit
Nothing beats the ability to have a fire anywhere, at any time. However, there are times when a large, open campfire is not an option, for a variety of reasons. That’s where the UCO Mini Flatpack Grill and Firepit comes into the picture...
Pro Ferro Rod Tips from Survival Instructor, Dan Wowak
Maybe you are ready to take fire making to the next level? Maybe it is time you become a fire wizard? Maybe…well….you get the point! Here are 5 tips that will help you how to get the most out of your ferrocerium rod...
Ferrocerium Rod Basics
Ferro rod is referred to as the ultimate emergency fire starting device is because it is impenetrable to all weather and has an extremely long lifespan...
How To Build A Self-Feeding Campfire
Avoid crawling out of your sleeping bag, scavenging for firewood, and battling the cold while camping. Learn how to build a the self-feeding fire.
Your 7 Step Guide to Fire Safety
Following these simple steps can quickly and easily diminish the chances of causing any forest fire.
Campfire Safety in the Wake of a Record-Breaking Fire Season
Wilderness Survival Priorities You Need to Know to Stay Safe
Learn the survival priorities to make sure you are staying safe on your next adventure.
FIRE STARTING 101 – LESSON 4 – TIPS & TRICKS
Know these tips. There are a few, "outside the box", tricks that anyone at any skill level can use.
Fire Starting 101 – Lesson 3 – Natural Fire Starters
It is difficult to distinguish every plant and tree in nature. Dan tells you which plants to use to start a fire.
Fire Starting 101 – Lesson 2 – Choosing the Right Fire Starter & Creating Sustainable Fire
Creating a sustainable fire is the challenge, it’s the need, and it’s the want to be near something we can’t live without.
Fire Starting 101 – Lesson 1 – The Basics of Starting a Fire
Fire is at the core of human existence as it provides warmth, utility, and comfort. Enabling us to cook food at camp, keep warm on a cold night, and purify water; learning to start a fire is essential.
How To Cook Over a Camp Fire
Whether you’re in the desert, jungle, forest or on the sand, the natural experience of cooking under an open night sky and against a warm blaze is as primal as it is gratifying and hunger-quenching.
Make Cold-Weather Camping SO Much Warmer – 7 Tips
Ahh, cold-weather camping. There’s so much to love about it: uncrowded trails and parks, getting the first choice of campsites anywhere you go and enjoying fresh, Hot coffee as you watch the morning fog lift right outside your tent.
How to Start a Fire the Right Way
Knowing how to start a fire is one of the most important survival skills you can learn. Whether your're a survivalist, a backpacker or just a person who wants to be prepared...
The 10 C’s with Dave Canterbury
Noted survival expert Dave Canterbury shares his 10 C's for survival at the 2015 Outdoor Retailer Summer Market Show.