Another solid pocket pal from ROUGH RYDER KNIVES. These guys never dissapoint me. Always coming up with something a little different. For those that need a little more “oomph” in thier pocket. Check it out NS.
After a dissaterous day fly fishing with my 3wt Cabela’s flyrod. I lost the tip after getting caught in a tree branch for the unteenth time. I decided to look at replacing it. To my horror I remembered I had bought SAGE rod about… Continue Reading ““Sage Launch 590-4 Fly Rod, Setting it up – First time for a test run.” on YouTube”
Sometimes you just have to get one. So I did. My first hatchet or packaxe or camp axe. And gave it a test run. Marbles came through with this guy. Does the job.
Well I have been working on my Bushcraft skills, what few I have. Over the last couple oaths I have been scrimping and scraping my budget to get what I thought was the basic tools I would need to start learning this whole Bushcraft… Continue Reading ““My Bushcraft Walkabout Daypack – First go at it.””
Well my bad habit of buying everything shiny and sharp may just have back fired on me. For once I have got one that may just be of no use. Or I am missing the whole point of this. You decide. Knowledge is a… Continue Reading “Watch “BuckShot Knives – Hand Axe. It’s an Odd one!” on YouTube”
Although in a pinch I can sharpen (Kinda) a dull blade when in the outdoors, I am in no way good at it. In fact I am terrible at it. Free hand sharpening is something I have never mastered , truth be told not… Continue Reading “I’M REALLY BAD AT SHARPENING BLADES”
Joy. Finally got to get out and trudge thru the snow.
Finally got to work on the wood handle slipping issue. It was worse when wearing gloves. So scrapped off the coating on the handle that it came with. And added Linseed oil. What a difference in the grip factor now. Not just a saftey… Continue Reading ““T HAWK” WOOD HANDLE UPGRADE”
Always keeping safety in mind when doing axe work or anything requiring a sharp tool. Needed to enhance thesafety aspect of my axe work. Not just reading about it but practicing it. Here is how I started doing that with my new Trail Boss… Continue Reading “Protecting me from my axe and the axe from me.”