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Keep Your Feet Warm With This.. "Quick Trick"
 
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"Quick Trick" - How to keep your feet warmer when it's cold outside. This quick and simple trick will help dramatically increase the warmth of your winter footwear. Whether for camping, backpacking, everyday use, or any of your other favorite cold-weather outdoor activities, this cheap & easy tip will boost the heat in your boots or shoes... keeping your feet warm and cozy. ---------------------------------------------- Related Videos: Unique Uses For Handwarmers - Tip of the Week https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p2jN5e7be2c How To Stay Warm With A Car Sunshade https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IBTUdfvqQKE How To Make A Wood Rocket Stove https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cQdea3z8c3g ---------------------------------------------- For additional & exclusive content join me over on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/IntenseAngler-Outdoors-184414338275552/ On Instagram at: https://instagram.com/intenseangler/ Or on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/IntenseAngler Looking forward to interacting with you via these other social mediums my friends! ---------------------------------------------- Music: Jason Shaw @ Audionautix.com ---------------------------------------------- Copyright 2015 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 3622425 IntenseAngler
How To Setup A Tarp Using No Knots - "Quick Trick"
 
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"Quick Trick" (Episode 11) How to setup a tarp without using knots. This simple and easy tip lets you attach your tarp to a ridgeline without tying a single knot.. making the process of setting up a shelter much quicker and easier! Whether you're rigging up a canopy to provide protection from the sun and/or rain while camping, making a emergency or survival shelter, or even setting up a basic tarp tent, lean-to, or A-frame shelter; this simple tip is sure to come in handy. ------------------------------------------------ Related Videos: 5 Cool Camping Tips & Tricks https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=arIRlMHwT60 How To Make A Smokeless Campfire https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mMJov2vbQqg Pull Tab Guy-line Tensioner - Tip Of The Week https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qRqWqOIq3eM ------------------------------------------------ For additional & exclusive content join me over on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/IntenseAngler-Outdoors/184414338275552?sk=wall Or on Instagram at: http://instagram.com/intenseangler Looking forward to interacting with you via these other social mediums my friends! ------------------------------------------------ Music by: Jason Shaw @ audionautix.com ------------------------------------------------ Copyright 2015 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 965264 IntenseAngler
How To Make A Wood Rocket Stove - Easy & Multi-Use!
 
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"Stove Secrets" (Ep7) - How to make a wood rocket stove using just a single log. This simple DIY stove is very easy to make and has multiple uses. Whether as a highly effective & portable camping stove, a long burning & self-sustaining one log fire, or even for use at home as a makeshift campfire to toast up a few marshmallows for a little backyard family fun. ---------------------------------------------------- "Stove Secrets" - Alcohol & wood stove builds, tips, tricks, and hacks for the true DIY gear junkie. No fancy or expensive tools and machinery required! ---------------------------------------------------- Related Videos: How To Make A Wood Gas Stove - Compact & Efficient! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BxODae_BS74 How To Make A Mini Wood Stove - Easy & Effective! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ErAvyDXeMxg How To Make A Smokeless Campfire - "Tip Of The Week" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mMJov2vbQqg ---------------------------------------------------- **Giveaway Details: As my way of saying Thank You for all of the support you've so generously extended my way, I'm including a small, "secret" giveaway along with this video: A couple of my Rolled-Edge Bottle Stoves to 2 lucky people (you can see the stove via the link below). To enter, simply leave a comment as usual, and include a line at the end that says "Count me in". I'll randomly select the winners in a few weeks and get the stoves out to the winners. Best of luck! And thanks for playin' along ;-) http://www.intenseoutdoorgear.com/BottleStoveOnly.html ---------------------------------------------------- Music by: Jason Shaw @ audionautix.com ---------------------------------------------------- Copyright 2015 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 676928 IntenseAngler
DIY - How To Make An AXE Can Alcohol Stove
 
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An easy to follow "how-to" video showing how to make a cool alcohol stove out of an AXE Body Spray can. It has a built in priming tray and achieves full bloom very quickly! Sturdy and lightweight, this little stove is ideal for the "do it yourself" backpacker, hiker, or prepper who looks for durability, compactness, and light weight in their cooking system. Weighing in at .7 ounces, this stove may not be the lightest out there, but at under an ounce it's weight to durability ratio is excellent. It also makes a perfect companion to the homemade aluminum can pots that many of us find appealing, such as the good old Heine pot and the Foster's pots. It doesn't boast the fastest boiling time out of the many alcohol stoves out there, but it is incredibly efficient and burns for almost 20 minutes using 1 ounce of fuel. Features & Specs: Weight - .7 ounces Size - 1 3/4" x 2" Fuel Capacity - 1 1/2 ounces 16 Upward Angled Jets Built-in Self-Priming Pan 30 Second "Bloom" Time Burn Time: 1/2oz = 8.5 mins. 1oz = 18.5 mins. Boil Time: 1 Cup (8oz) = 4:20 mins. 2 1/2 Cups (20oz) = 11.5 mins.
Views: 286401 IntenseAngler
Easy Paracord Zipper Pull - "Tip Of The Week" E26
 
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How to make a paracord zipper pull. This easy to make paracord project is ideal for not only giving you quicker access to your pack, apparel, and other gear, but adds a bit of customization as well. This method can also be used for making a single-strand keychain fob. The tying technique used here is the basic Cobra Weave. All that is needed for this simple DIY project is 2 1/2' of 550 paracord and a few minutes of your time. Enjoy! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ IntenseAngler's "Tip Of The Week", Episode 26 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ About "Tip Of The Week": In this weekly series we share some wide-ranging outdoor centered tips, tricks, ideas, and "how-to'" videos in a short, concise, and to-the-point manner. New episodes are posted every Friday (as interest dictates). As part of this series, I feature a different channel each week in the "intro" segment of the video. If you would like your channel featured (or simply want to support the series), please contact me via PM and we can easily set that up. Your participation will be greatly appreciated! I look forward to hearing from you! Thanks as always for watching, and for your amazing level of support my friends! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ You can connect with IntenseAngler Outdoors on Facebook by following the link below. We have been posting exclusive videos, "behind the scenes" footage, a few pics, and outdoor related discussions. Look forward to interacting with you via this medium my friends! Facebook Link: http://www.facebook.com/pages/IntenseAngler-Outdoors/184414338275552?sk=wall ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ A special thanks to: ParacordStore.com for supplying quality and affordable paracord products and accessories. You can check 'em out at: http://www.paracordstore.com/ And to J.D. Lenzen of "TIAT" for his creative contributions to the community, and for inspiring the format of this video. You can visit J.D.'s channel at: http://www.youtube.com/user/TyingItAllTogether ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Music by Dan-O @ Danosongs.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Copyright 2012 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 94365 IntenseAngler
DIY Sleeping Pad Inflator
 
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How to make a DIY sleeping pad inflator with just a few common household items. Weighing a mere 0.2 ounces, this handy little pump will not only save you time and effort while out on the trail, but increase the lifespan of your inflatable sleeping pad by reducing moisture build-up within the pad. All-in-all, a great little piece of ultra lightweight backpacking gear. *Works on virtually all major sleeping pad brands, such as: Thermarest, NeoAir, Big Agnes, Nemo, etc. ------------------------------------ Related Videos: How To Choose A Sleeping Pad https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Lo4hfzkpOI 10 Awesome Uses For Trash Bags https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I7TBwmjfmOA ------------------------------------ Copyright 2015 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 133129 IntenseAngler
How To Make A Willow Whistle
 
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How to make a willow whistle. This fun and simple bushcraft project is a great way to whittle away a little bit of time while in camp or in-the-field. All that is required is a blade, a willow branch, and a few minutes of your time. While this is a great potential survival and/or emergency tool, it is also a great project for the kids who are old enough (and skilled enough) to work with a knife safely.
Views: 117403 IntenseAngler
Cheap & Easy Single Serve Coffee Packs - "Quick Trick"
 
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"Quick Trick" (Episode 10) How to make your own DIY single-serve coffee packets. There's nothing quite like a good, hot cup of your favorite coffee... especially when it's enjoyed in the great outdoors. Unfortunately, when backpacking, hiking, or even minimalist camping, the choices are generally limited to a few varieties of instant... which can often leave something to be desired. Well, here's a cheap and easy way to bring along your own personal favorite coffee with you on your next outdoor adventure. ------------------------------- Related Videos: 5 Cool Camping Tips & Tricks https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=arIRlMHwT60 Cooking Bacon & Eggs In A Paper Bag https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dlg7Rd8sHL0 How To Make A Smokeless Campfire https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mMJov2vbQqg ------------------------------- Music By: Jason Shaw @ Audionautix.com ------------------------------- Copyright 2015 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 45097 IntenseAngler
How To Sharpen A Knife With Paracord - "Quick Trick"
 
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"Quick Trick" - How to sharpen any knife with a common ol' piece of paracord. This simple tip will help you keep a razor sharp edge on your knife... regardless of the blade size, shape, or style. While there are many ways to improvise a sharpening / strop system while out in the field, it never hurts to have as many tricks up your sleeve as possible, eh? :) Hope this one comes in handy sometime my friends! ------------------------------------------- * If you found this video helpful in any way, please take a second to share it around. It really helps the channel... and I truly appreciate the support! ------------------------------------------- Related Videos: How To Make an Easy Paracord Zipper Pull https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rVrGAeElrE&t=164s How To Make a Paracord Fishing Lure https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQmGNQvyXrU How To Sharpen A Knife With A Coffee Cup https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KdAMqgg8Xjw&t=145s ------------------------------------------- For a great deal on a great knife visit my friends over at Blade HQ http://www.bladehq.com/ ** Nope, not getting paid in any way to say that either... just some awesome people and some great bargains over there that I wanted to pass along to y'all :) ------------------------------------------- Copyright 2017 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 102983 IntenseAngler
How To Hang Your Pack When Backpacking - "Quick Trick"
 
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"Quick Trick" - A simple, yet very convenient way on how to keep your pack and other gear clean and easily accessible during your next hiking or backpacking trip. This simple pack hanger set-up helps tremendously by not only allowing quick & easy access to your camping and backpacking gear, but also keeps your equipment much cleaner... helping you to reduce that pesky post trip clean-up. ----------------------------------------------- Thanks for watching! And if you've enjoyed this one, please take a second to share it around... it really helps the channel alot. Your support is truly appreciated my friends! -John ----------------------------------------------- Related Videos: How To Setup a Tarp Using No Knots - "Quick Trick" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gTrl0cR-gDw&t=38s 5 Cool Camping Tips and Tricks - "Tip Of The Week" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=arIRlMHwT60&t=299s 10 Backpacking Tips You NEED To Know https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HzQOEuM7bfw Keep Your Feet Warm With This... "Quick Trick" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n1lI05rlW24 ----------------------------------------------- Join me over on Facebook for exclusive content, updates, and more! https://www.facebook.com/IntenseAngler/ ----------------------------------------------- Copyright 2018 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 19452 IntenseAngler
Pull Tab Guy-Line Tensioner - "Tip Of The Week" (40)
 
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How to make a simple, free, and highly effective guy line tensioner from an aluminum can pull tab. This handy little device makes setting up & adjusting your tents, tarps, and other shelter systems a breeze. Best part of all? It's FREE & EASY! ;-) ------------------------------------------------------------------------- IntenseAngler's "Tip Of The Week" - Episode 40 ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Featured Channel: "KdawgCrazy" http://www.youtube.com/user/KdawgCrazy ------------------------------------------------------------------------- You can connect with IntenseAngler Outdoors on Facebook by following the link below. We have been posting exclusive videos, "behind the scenes" footage, a few pics, and outdoor related discussions. Look forward to interacting with you via this medium my friends! Facebook Link: https://www.facebook.com/pages/IntenseAngler-Outdoors/184414338275552?sk=wall ------------------------------------------------------------------------- About "Tip Of The Week": In this weekly series we share some wide-ranging outdoor centered tips, tricks, ideas, and "how-to'" videos in a short, concise, and to-the-point manner. New episodes are posted every Friday (as interest dictates). As part of this series, I feature a different channel each week in the "intro" segment of the video. If you would like your channel featured (or simply want to support the series), please feel free to view the link below to find out how simple the process is. Your participation will be greatly appreciated! I look forward to hearing from you! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-NNCFY... Thanks as always for watching, and for your amazing level of support my friends! ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Related Links: "The Dead Man Anchor" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2hF6G... "Improvised Fishing Lure" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kiMhBH... "5 Cool Camping Tips & Tricks" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=arIRlM... ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Copyright 2013 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 135109 IntenseAngler
10 Backpacking Tips You NEED To Know
 
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Backpacking and hiking can be fun, exciting, and rewarding activities. Before lacing up your boots however, here are 10 tips you need to know to make your time on the trail as enjoyable, safe, and memorable as possible. Happy Trails my friends! ------------------------------------ **Related Videos** The Ten Essentials https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8hU3zYa1w0 How To Reduce Your Pack Weight https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibhMvN5n788 How To Determine Your Location With A Map & Compass https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bf3_SHEebNQ How To Save Money On Outdoor Gear https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CyIYdPKp89k How To Choose The Best Hiking Boots https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TU5BzZiL8O0 5 Cool Camping Tips & Tricks https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=arIRlMHwT60 ------------------------------------ Copyright 2014 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 42268 IntenseAngler
Paracord Fishing Lure - "Tip Of The Week" E37
 
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How to make a fishing lure with paracord. This easy to make, yet highly effective homemade lure is not only a fun little DIY project, but will catch a wide variety of fish species as well. It's 2-tone color pattern and simple design make for a deadly combination. It also has the advantage of mimicking several of the proven lures that have been used to catch fish for years (jig, fly, streamer, etc.). In fact, it's effectiveness is demonstrated in this video. All-in-all, an awesome paracord project that can either simply help save money, or be used in an emergency / survival situation. * Supplies Needed For Lure: - 550 Paracord (3" per lure, any color) - 1 Fish Hook (size 6-8 preferable) - Scissors or Knife - Lighter ------------------------------------------------------------------------- IntenseAngler's "Tip Of The Week" - Episode 37 ------------------------------------------------------------------------- You can connect with IntenseAngler Outdoors on Facebook by following the link below. We have been posting exclusive videos, "behind the scenes" footage, a few pics, and outdoor related discussions. Look forward to interacting with you via this medium my friends! Facebook Link: http://www.facebook.com/pages/IntenseAngler-Outdoors/184414338275552?sk=wall ------------------------------------------------------------------------- About "Tip Of The Week": In this weekly series we share some wide-ranging outdoor centered tips, tricks, ideas, and "how-to'" videos in a short, concise, and to-the-point manner. New episodes are posted every Friday (as interest dictates). As part of this series, I feature a different channel each week in the "intro" segment of the video. If you would like your channel featured (or simply want to support the series), please feel free to view the link below to find out how simple the process is. Your participation will be greatly appreciated! I look forward to hearing from you! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-NNCFY61aCY Thanks as always for watching, and for your amazing level of support my friends! ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Related Links: "Paracord Fishing Bracelet In Action" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_yW-B5LS0_8 "Improvised Fishing Lure" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kiMhBHoAfjc "Primitive Fishing Tool - The Gorge Hook" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CtBmPUFqKrg ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Copyright 2013 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 337641 IntenseAngler
How To Make A "Zero" Alcohol Stove
 
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"Stove Secrets" - Alcohol stove builds, tips, tricks, and secrets for the true DIY gear junkie. No fancy or expensive tools & machinery required! In this project we tackle a very simple, yet innovative alcohol stove build... "The Zero Stove". With no jets to drill, no separate pot stand needed, and no inner core, this stove is the sheer essence of simplicity... hence the name "Zero". All that is needed to make this non-pressurized, double-walled alcohol stove is a couple of aluminum beer cans and a few common household tools. This lightweight alcohol stove is super easy to make and works like a champ... a definite step up from the ol' "cat can" stoves that most of us DIY hacks have thrown together. All-in-all, the Zero Stove's no-frills design makes for a sturdy and efficient little alcohol stove for ultralight and lightweight backpacking. Best of all... it's free! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Stats: Weight - 14 grams Fuel Capacity - 3/4 oz. Boil Time - 5 minutes (controlled environment) Total Burn Time - 9.5 - 10 minutes Special Considerations: - JB Weld recommended for joining components - Priming of stove greatly enhances performance - Burn time can be extended by adding 1/8" to outer wall ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Due to the interest in the previous "Stove Secrets" giveaways, I will be giving away yet another alcohol stove for this video (you can see it via the link below). To enter simply leave a comment as usual and then include a line at the end that says "Count me in". I'll pick a winner in the next episode of "Stove Secrets" and get one of these cool little alcohol stove out to someone. Thanks for playin' along ;-) *Link to stove being given away: http://www.intenseoutdoorgear.com/Aluminum-Bottle-Stove.html ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Congratulations to YouTube user "rabies61" on being randomly selected as the winner from the last episode of "Stove Secrets" :-) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music by Kevin MacLeod @ Incomtech.com Graphics by Devon McKay ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Copyright 2013 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 451062 IntenseAngler
"Stove Secrets" - How To Make A "V-8" Alcohol Stove
 
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"Stove Secrets" - Alcohol stove builds, tips, tricks, and secrets for the true DIY gear junkie. No fancy or expensive tools & machinery required! In this first video of our small series we tackle a simple stove project... how to make a double walled alcohol stove from a couple of V-8 cans. This lightweight alcohol stove is super easy to make and works like a champ... a definite step up from the "penny can" stoves that most of us DIY hacks have thrown together. The V8 stove's double-wall design makes for a sturdy and efficient little alcohol stove for ultralight and lightweight backpacking. Best of all... it's free! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music by Kevin MacLeod @ Incomtech.com Graphics by Devon McKay ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Copyright 2012 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 489647 IntenseAngler
How To Make A Wood Gas Stove - Compact & Efficient!
 
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Stove Secrets E4 - "Back To The Basics". How to make a wood gasifier stove. A highly efficient, compact, and portable wood burning stove that uses natural materials for it's fuel source, eliminating the need to pack in extra fuel when hiking or backpacking. This tried and true design has many variations, and it's capabilities can easily extend beyond a cheap and lightweight backpacking stove, to applications such as emergency use or simply a free camp stove for the budget minded individual . The wood gas, or "gasifier" stove is a very simple project for the DIY enthusiast, and takes the good old fashioned "Hobo Stove" to the next level! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- "Stove Secrets" - Alcohol stove builds, tips, tricks, and secrets for the true DIY gear junkie. No fancy or expensive tools & machinery required! - Episode 4 - ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Due to the interest in the previous giveaway, I will be giving away another alcohol stove for this video (you can see it via the link below). To enter simply leave a comment as usual and then include a line at the end that says "Count me in". I'll pick a winner in the next episode of "Stove Secrets" and get one of these cool little alcohol stove out to someone. Thanks for playin' along ;-) *Link to stove being given away: http://www.intenseoutdoorgear.com/Aluminum-Bottle-Stove.html ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Congratulations to YouTube user "MeatManGary" on being randomly selected as the winner from the last episode of "Stove Secrets" :-) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Related Links: "Tent Stake Stove & Campfire Stand" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jXN0n8YNpDc "How To Make A V-8 Alcohol Stove" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4pzqAQiZcSI "How To Make A Rolled-Edge Aluminum Bottle Stove" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=us7AeG7OEY4 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music By: Kevin MacLeod @ Incomptech.com
Views: 3335838 IntenseAngler
How To Stay Warm With A Car Sunshade - Quick Trick
 
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"Quick Trick" (Episode 8) - Stay warm, comfortable, and dry in cold, wet, or snowy weather with these 3 handy uses for a common & cheap car sunshade. Acting as an excellent heat reflector, these lightweight, compact, and inexpensive sun shields are invaluable for Winter camping, backpacking, and hiking. They can be used to dramatically increase the warmth of your sleeping pad / sleep system, as a makeshift camp chair, and as a kneeling pad to keep you protected from snow and moisture during your cold weather camping trips and adventures. --------------------------------------- Related Videos: 5 Cool Camping Tips & Tricks https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=arIRlMHwT60 Unique Uses For Handwarmers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p2jN5e7be2c 5 Clever Uses For Chapstick https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XAhD0bakf_4 --------------------------------------- Copyright 2014 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 95616 IntenseAngler
How To Make A Rolled-Edge Aluminum Bottle Stove
 
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"Stove Secrets" - Alcohol stove builds, tips, tricks, and secrets for the true DIY gear junkie. No fancy or expensive tools & machinery required! In this episode we tackle another simple, yet cool stove project... how to make a rolled-edge alcohol stove from an aluminum beer bottle. This lightweight, yet sturdy alcohol stove is relatively easy to make and is ultra reliable. The aluminum bottle stove's double-wall design and rolled-edge make for a sturdy and efficient alcohol stove for ultralight and lightweight backpacking. Best of all... it's free! Also included in this "how to" video are instructions for how to make a die that will not only create the rolled-edge effect for this stove, but allow you to make multiple stoves in the future. Hope you enjoy! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- *CLOSED* I have more alcohol stoves than I know what to do with, so as part of this video we will be doing an "incognito" giveaway of the stove built for this episode. To enter simply leave a comment as usual and then include a line at the end that says "Count me in". I'll pick a winner in a week or so and get this cool little alcohol stove out to someone. Thanks for playin' along ;-) **If you're still interested in getting one of these stoves, there are a limited amount available here: http://www.intenseoutdoorgear.com/BottleStoveOnly.html ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For exclusive content, join me over on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/IntenseAngler-Outdoors-184414338275552/ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Related Videos: How To Make A Wood Rocket Stove https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cQdea3z8c3g How To Make A Wood Gas Stove https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BxODae_BS74 How To Make A Mini Wood Stove https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ErAvyDXeMxg ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music Credits: "Hot Rock" by Kevin MacLeod @ Incomtech.com "Manson Eyes" by Richard Weaver & Alan Boyd Graphics by Devon McKay * All use granted by the direct permission of creator or under The Creative Commons License - Attribution 3.0 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Copyright 2012 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 1440980 IntenseAngler
Cooking Bacon & Eggs In A Paper Bag - "Tip Of The Week" E34
 
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How to cook bacon and eggs in a paper bag over an open fire. This old campfire cooking trick makes for a simple and delicious camp meal without the hassle of after dinner clean-up. All that's required is a bit of fresh bacon, a couple eggs, 1 paper lunch sack, a fire, and a hearty appetite :-) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ IntenseAngler's "Tip Of The Week" - Episode 34 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ You can connect with IntenseAngler Outdoors on Facebook by following the link below. We have been posting exclusive videos, "behind the scenes" footage, a few pics, and outdoor related discussions. Look forward to interacting with you via this medium my friends! Facebook Link: http://www.facebook.com/pages/IntenseAngler-Outdoors/184414338275552?sk=wall ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ About "Tip Of The Week": In this weekly series we share some wide-ranging outdoor centered tips, tricks, ideas, and "how-to'" videos in a short, concise, and to-the-point manner. New episodes are posted every Friday (as interest dictates). As part of this series, I feature a different channel each week in the "intro" segment of the video. If you would like your channel featured (or simply want to support the series), please feel free to view the link below to find out how simple the process is. Your participation will be greatly appreciated! I look forward to hearing from you! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-NNCFY61aCY Thanks as always for watching, and for your amazing level of support my friends! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Related Links: "Dutch Oven Cooking For Backpacking" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPNXW9Y6RJY "Unique Pot Suspension System" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sz_3VJyk81g "Campfire Pit Baking Method" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YiZW-NDcWRI ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Copyright 2013 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 2711746 IntenseAngler
Quick Trick: Cheap & Easy Homemade Slip Float
 
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If you spend much time on the water then you know just how effective a slip float can be for certain fishing applications. This homemade, do-it-yourself version is not only just as deadly when it comes to its fish catching ability, but much cheaper as well. You may just be a bit surprised at the items used to make this handy little piece of fishing tackle however ;-) -------------------------------------------------------- You can connect with IntenseAngler Outdoors on Facebook by following the link below. We have been posting exclusive videos, "behind the scenes" footage, photos, and outdoor related discussions. Look forward to interacting with you via this medium my friends! Facebook Link: https://www.facebook.com/pages/IntenseAngler-Outdoors/184414338275552?sk=wall -------------------------------------------------------- Music By: Jason Shaw @ Audionautix.com -------------------------------------------------------- Copyright 2013 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 99191 IntenseAngler
"Being Creative" - Cheap Outdoor Gear
 
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Yet another example showing that enjoying the outdoors does not necessarily need to be an expensive endeavor. In fact, in many instances gear and equipment can be acquired and/or made for cheap... or even free. This video illustrates this belief by utilizing items found at a local thrift store to make a durable, lightweight cook kit at a total cost of under 4 bucks. This DIY cook set contains: - Stainless Steel Cook Pot (3 1/2 cup capacity) - Custom DIY Cook Pot Lid - Nested Stainless Steel Cup with Lip Guard (1 cup capacity) - Homemade Double-Wall Alcohol Stove - 2oz. Fuel Bottle - Windscreen - Ultra Lightweight Stuff Sack By simply using a bit of creativity and ingenuity this concept can easily be adapted to pretty much any type of gear for nearly any outdoor activity, whether it be backpacking, hiking, bushcraft, etc..... * This video is in response to a "tag" by YouTube user BushcraftGeek. He issued the challenge of finding items at a local second hand store, garage sale, or even your own basement, and then using a bit of creativity to "re-purpose" them in a manner other than their original intended use... all for as inexpensively as possible. I'd love to see what you come up with my friends!
Views: 294632 IntenseAngler
ULTRA Compact Pocket Stove - With Built-in Pot Stand!
 
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Stove Secrets (E5) - How to make an ultra compact, portable, and highly efficient alcohol stove that easily fits in your pocket, and even features a built-in pot stand that is detachable and packs away conveniently inside the stove. Made from a Nivea Cream container and a couple of common items found at your local hardware store, this little homemade alcohol stove is a quick and easy build for the average Do-It-Yourself enthusiast. It's capabilities can easily extend beyond a cheap, effecient lightweight backpacking stove, to applications such as: emergency use, inclusion in a survival kit, or simply an inexpensive DIY camp stove for the budget minded individual. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- "Stove Secrets" - Alcohol stove builds, tips, tricks, and secrets for the true DIY gear junkie. No fancy or expensive tools & machinery required! - Episode 5 - ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Thank you for taking the time to hit the "Like" button and for sharing this video... it really helps out the channel my friends :) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Stove Specs & Stats: Weight - .6 ounces (16 grams) Dimensions - 1/2" x 2 1/4" Fuel Capacity - 1 ounce Boil Time - 5 minutes (2 cups) Total Burn Time - 9 minutes Parts/Items Needed: 1 Nivea Cream Container ($1.00) 3 Aluminum Threaded Post w/Screw - 1 1/2" ($0.88 each) 3 Hex Nuts - #8-32 ($1.08 per pack) Carbon Felt - 3" x 6" ($2.00) *Carbon felt/fiber is typically sold in bulk & can be expensive. If you need a small section for this project please feel free to contact me via PM :) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Due to the interest in the previous giveaway, I will be giving away another alcohol stove for this video (you can see it via the link below). To enter simply leave a comment as usual and then include a line at the end that says "Count me in". I'll pick a winner in the next episode of "Stove Secrets" and get one of these cool little alcohol stove out to someone. Thanks for playin' along ;-) *Link to stove being given away: http://www.intenseoutdoorgear.com/Aluminum-Bottle-Stove.html ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Congratulations to YouTube user "Martin Hunley" on being randomly selected as the winner from the last episode of "Stove Secrets" :-) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Related Links: "How To Make A Wood Gas Stove - Compact & Effecient" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BxODae_BS74 "How To Make A V-8 Alcohol Stove" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4pzqAQiZcSI "How To Make A Rolled-Edge Aluminum Bottle Stove" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=us7AeG7OEY4 ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Music By: Jason Shaw @ Audionautix.com ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Copyright 2013 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 686076 IntenseAngler
DIY Paracord Slinky Weight
 
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The uses for paracord are as limitless as the imagination. In this easy to follow DIY tutorial, I show how to make use of the small scraps from various other projects that you may have created... whether they be the ever popular paracord bracelet, lanyards, or other crafts. Using those small sections of paracord, I demonstrate how to make a piece of your own homemade fishing tackle... the ever useful slinky weight. This cheap and easy to make piece of tackle is great for fishing those areas that are normally difficult to fish without losing all of your gear... increasing your odds of landing the fish of your dreams! ---------------------------------------------------- *Limited Edition "IntenseAngler" T-shirts available at: http://www.intenseoutdoorgear.com/intenseanglerfishshirt.html ---------------------------------------------------- Related Videos: "Paracord Fishing Lure" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQmGNQvyXrU "Paracord Fishing & Survival Bracelet" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yVYr01_VcZA ---------------------------------------------------- Copyright 2014 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 120857 IntenseAngler
How To Use A Fire Piston
 
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The fire piston is a very unique and effective device for making fire. This clever fire starter uses the rapid compression of air to create an internal temperature of over 500 degrees... hot enough to easily ignite char cloth, as well as certain natural materials found in-the-field. As with any fire-starting method, practice and knowledge of basic fire making principles are recommended prior to use. All-in-all, the fire piston is a great alternate, backup, or even primary means to get a fire going. ------------------------------------------------ You are welcome to connect with me on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/IntenseAngler-Outdoors/184414338275552?sk=wall Or on Instagram at: http://instagram.com/intenseangler Looking forward to interacting with you via these other social mediums my friends! ------------------------------------------------ **Closed** Courtesy of our friends over at Campfirepiston.com, we will be giving away one of these awesome fire pistons. To enter simply leave a comment as usual and then include a line at the end that says "Count me in". I'll randomly select a winner in a couple of weeks and get one of these fire piston packages out to someone. Thanks for playin' along ;-) ------------------------------------------------ You can check out these awesome fire pistons by visiting: http://www.campfirepiston.com/ ------------------------------------------------ Copyright 2013 -- IntenseAngler Outdoors -- All Rights Reserved
Views: 319780 IntenseAngler
FREE DIY Ring For The Fosters Cook Pot
 
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An awesome (and free!) upgrade/improvement to the homemade Foster's cook pot. In this quick and easy DIY project, I share an idea that I came up with to create a simple homemade ring which allows you to cut a 25oz Foster's beer can down to any size that you choose based on your specific needs. This ring gives you the ability to completely customize a lightweight cook pot by allowing you to: 1) Create the pot to any size and weight specifications that you want. 2) Add structural integrity to the cut edge of the pot. 3) Give the lip of the pot a nice, smooth "finished" look. 4) Retain the inherent lightweight aspect of the pot. 5) Provides an interior "lip" for a lid to rest on. The pot that I demo in this video has a capacity of 22 ounces and weighs in at a mere 1oz. The ring itself weighs only 7 grams, which really helps to keep the total weight of this lightweight cook pot to a minimum. By constucting the pot to a smaller capacity, you can reduce the weight even further. *Note: I did not come up with the original idea for this ring. There are aluminum rings of this sort that are being made and sold which are of much greater quality. I simply offer here an idea that I came up with that affords you the option of making a homemade version to save money. To see one of the actual machined aluminum rings, please refer to the link below. Thanks! Video demo by WoodenArrows - "Fosters Beer Can Pot Made With Aluminum Ring": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qyhGQdz-fw0 Copyright 2011 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 140127 IntenseAngler
"Tip Of The Week" - Self-Igniting FireStarter (E16)
 
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A compact and waterproof firestarter with an integrated ignition source. These easy to make fire starters are perfect for survival kits, or simply for those hard to light campfires. The total burn time for these "all-in-one" firestarters is between 4-7 minutes (depending on match size and amount of material used for the wrap); more than enough time to start a fire in adverse conditions such as wet and cold weather. A windproof (or "storm proof') match can be substituted for this application to allow for an increased initial ignition time. Other accelerants or tinder may be used for the wrap as well; such as jute twine or cotton pads. The potential variations are many. About "Tip Of The Week": In this new weekly series we will be sharing some wide-ranging outdoor centered tips, tricks, ideas, and "how-to'" videos in a short, concise, and to-the-point manner. A new video will be posted every Friday (as interest dictates). As part of this new series, I will be featuring a different channel each week in the "intro" segment of the video. If you would like your channel featured (or simply want to support the series), please contact me via PM and we can easily set that up. Your participation will be greatly appreciated! I look forward to hearing from you! Thanks as always for watching, and for your amazing level of support my friends! Featured Channel: YouTube user: "Topwolf1964" http://www.youtube.com/user/Topwolf1964 You can connect with IntenseAngler Outdoors on Facebook by following the link below. We will be posting exclusive videos, "behind the scenes" footage, and outdoor related discussions. Look forward to interacting with you via this medium my friends! Facebook Link: http://www.facebook.com/pages/IntenseAngler-Outdoors/184414338275552?sk=wall "Tip Of The Week" T-shirts Available At: http://www.intenseoutdoorgear.com/ Copyright 2012 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 370319 IntenseAngler
The Most Underrated Survival Tip?
 
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The one simple "survival tip" that just may save your life. Without fail, the vast majority of lost hiker, or "missing in the wilderness" stories virtually all begin with the same statement: "He didn't tell anyone where he was going". By adhering to this most basic of rules when venturing into the outdoors, you may easily avoid being just another statistic. -------------------------------------------------- Disclaimer: The information contained in this video is NOT intended as a replacement for time & experience in the outdoors, having the proper gear & equipment for the conditions you are likely to encounter, and a working knowledge of basic survival skills. -------------------------------------------------- You are welcome to connect with me on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/IntenseAngler-Outdoors/184414338275552?sk=wall Or on Instagram at: http://instagram.com/intenseangler Looking forward to interacting with you via these other social mediums my friends! -------------------------------------------------- Copyright 2013 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 331729 IntenseAngler
5 Great Uses For Old Socks! - "Tip Of The Week" E48
 
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Have a stockpile of old mismatched socks? Well, here are five clever and awesome ways to finally put them to good use! With almost no time and effort you can not only re-purpose those ol' socks into some great and free gear for backpacking, camping, or even household use, but get rid of that annoying stockpile once and for all. Some of the uses shown here include: - A homemade drink cozy to help keep your favorite beverages hot or cold. - A simple and effective pair of DIY ankle gaiters. - Free lightweight stuff sacks to keep small items organized and easy to find in your pack. - A soap holder / scrubber for easier washing up in the outdoors. - A pair of homemade wrist warmers to help your hands stay warm on those chilly evenings. ---------------------------------------- For additional & exclusive content, updates, and more... join me over on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/IntenseAngler-Outdoors-184414338275552/ On Twitter at: https://twitter.com/IntenseAngler Or on Instagram at: http://instagram.com/intenseangler Looking forward to interacting with you via these other social mediums my friends! ---------------------------------------- **Related Videos** 5 Clever Uses For Chapstick https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XAhD0bakf_4 Awesome Uses For Drinking Straws https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WiB9kUPRXZ4 Unique Uses For Hand Warmers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p2jN5e7be2c ---------------------------------------- Copyright 2014 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 297442 IntenseAngler
"Tip of the Week" - Improvised Fishing Lure (E2)
 
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IntenseAngler's "Tip Of The Week" - Episode 2. This week I share a tip with you on how to fashion an improvised fishing lure out of an old aluminum can tab. This makeshift lure is very simple to construct and surprisingly effective at catching fish, as I demonstrate in this video. In this new weekly series we will be sharing some wide-ranging outdoor centered tips, tricks, ideas, and "how-to'" videos in a short, concise, and to-the-point manner. A new video will be posted every Friday (as interest dictates). * As part of this new series, I will be featuring a different channel each week in the "intro" segment of the video. If you would like your channel featured (or simply want to support the series), please feel free to contact me via PM and we will get the ball rolling. I look forward to hearing from you! Thanks as always for watching, and for your amazing level of support my friends! Featured Channel: CampfireTalk http://www.youtube.com/user/CampfireTalk "Tip Of The Week" T-Shirts Available At: http://www.intenseoutdoorgear.com/ Copyright 2011 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 173781 IntenseAngler
Easy DIY Paracord Dispenser
 
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How to make a pocket-size DIY paracord dispenser. This simple paracord related project will help make accessing your 550 paracord quick & easy, keep it protected & tangle-free, and holds over 30 feet of cordage... all in a very compact container. Perfect for those times when you need fast, no-hassle access; such as an emergency or survival situation, everyday uses, or just for some fun and easy paracord projects. ------------------------------------------------- Related Videos: Paracord Fishing Lure - Tip Of The Week https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQmGNQvyXrU Adjustable Paracord Bracelet - How-to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v4U_0r7kP4E Easy Paracord Zipper Pull https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rVrGAeElrE DIY Paracord Net / Hammock Chair https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I2ujas-fwig ------------------------------------------------- For additional & exclusive content join me over on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/IntenseAngler-Outdoors-184414338275552/ On Instagram at: https://instagram.com/intenseangler/ Or on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/IntenseAngler Looking forward to interacting with you via these other social mediums my friends! ------------------------------------------------- Copyright 2015 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 39139 IntenseAngler
Quick Trick: Easy Improvised Camp Pillow
 
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After a long day spent outdoors, there's nothing like a good night's sleep to rejuvenate you for the next day's adventures. While many of us focus primarily on the "big ticket" items such as our tent or shelter, a soft pad, and a warm sleeping bag, we sometimes overlook an equally important piece of gear that helps us get that much needed rest... a simple pillow to lay our weary head on. While many options are available commercially, they generally tend to be inadequate, and serve only to take up precious space in our packs. This "quick trick" shows a very easy way to use items that you are already likely to be carrying to make a nice, cozy camp pillow. ------------------------------------------------------------ You are welcome to connect with me on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/IntenseAngler-Outdoors/184414338275552?sk=wall Or on Instagram at: http://instagram.com/intenseangler Looking forward to interacting with you via these other social mediums my friends! ------------------------------------------------------------ Music by Jason Shaw @ Audionautix.com ------------------------------------------------------------ Copyright 2013 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 37949 IntenseAngler
"Tip of the Week" - Homemade Firestarter (E3)
 
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How to make a completely waterproof, long burning, and easy to carry fire-starter. This awesome fire starter works perfectly for wet and cold weather conditions, whether in a survival situation or simply for easy starting of a campfire. Due to its long burn time it also makes a great stand alone fuel source for a small "pocket" type stove. Best of all, it is very packable and clean, and will not leave a mess in your pack or survival kit. About "Tip Of The Week": In this new weekly series we will be sharing some wide-ranging outdoor centered tips, tricks, ideas, and "how-to'" videos in a short, concise, and to-the-point manner. A new video will be posted every Friday (as interest dictates). As part of this new series, I will be featuring a different channel each week in the "intro" segment of the video. If you would like your channel featured (or simply want to support the series), please contact me via PM and we can easily set that up. Your participation will be greatly appreciated! I look forward to hearing from you! Thanks as always for watching, and for your amazing level of support my friends! * I got the idea for this fire starter awhile back from another YouTube user, Keister12. He has a very comprehensive video showing the making and demo of this great method. I have included a link to his video below. "Waterproof Fire Steel Friendly Fire Starters (Homemade)" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mqDG9h9fNQc "Tip Of The Week" T-Shirts Available At: http://www.intenseoutdoorgear.com/
Views: 91642 IntenseAngler
Got Fuel? Easy Field Check - "Tip Of The Week" 46
 
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How to easily check the fuel level in your backpacking stove fuel canisters. This simple in-the-field trick will allow you to determine the amount of fuel remaining in your used, and partially filled fuel canisters. This information is particularly useful on long distance and/or multi-day trips for knowing whether to conserve fuel if running low.. or simply give you piece of mind in the knowledge that your fuel supply will get you through the trip. --------------------------------------- Special thanks to Chris over at Sierra Trading Post for taking the time to film and share this awesome tip! You can visit and subscribe to their YouTube channel via the link below: https://www.youtube.com/user/SierraTradingPost/ --------------------------------------- For additional & exclusive content join me over on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/IntenseAngler-Outdoors/184414338275552?sk=wall Or on Instagram at: http://instagram.com/intenseangler Looking forward to interacting with you via these other social mediums my friends! --------------------------------------- Copyright 2014 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 28144 IntenseAngler
5 Cool Fishing Related Tips - "Tip Of The Week" (E30)
 
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Just a few simple tips and tricks to help you get more out of your time on the water. These 5 quick tips are not a "how to" on catching fish, but rather simple concepts that may help aid in the process. *Further description pending.... ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ IntenseAngler's "Tip Of The Week" - Episode 30 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ You can connect with IntenseAngler Outdoors on Facebook by following the link below. We have been posting exclusive videos, "behind the scenes" footage, a few pics, and outdoor related discussions. Look forward to interacting with you via this medium my friends! Facebook Link: http://www.facebook.com/pages/IntenseAngler-Outdoors/184414338275552?sk=wall ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ About "Tip Of The Week": In this weekly series we share some wide-ranging outdoor centered tips, tricks, ideas, and "how-to'" videos in a short, concise, and to-the-point manner. New episodes are posted every Friday (as interest dictates). As part of this series, I feature a different channel each week in the "intro" segment of the video. If you would like your channel featured (or simply want to support the series), please feel free to view the link below to find out how simple the process is. Your participation will be greatly appreciated! I look forward to hearing from you! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-NNCFY61aCY Thanks as always for watching, and for your amazing level of support my friends! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ *Link to bonus tip - "$1 Bragging Rights" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y0-pROoSm1g ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Copyright 2012 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 48122 IntenseAngler
Adjustable Paracord Bracelet
 
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How to make a fully adjustable paracord bracelet. It requires no buckle, slides easily on and off of your wrist, and offers full size adjustment for comfort. Made using the standard Cobra Weave style knot tying method. A very simple paracord project for the DIY and homemade gear crowd. Materials Required: - 1 6ft. length of 550 paracord - 2 1ft. lengths of 550 paracord ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ For more easy to make DIY & homemade outdoor gear projects, you are welcome to subscribe via the "Subscribe" button near the video player... it is free of course & your support would be very much appreciated :-) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ You can also connect with us on Facebook by clicking on the link below. http://www.facebook.com/pages/IntenseAngler-Outdoors/184414338275552?sk=wall ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ If you are interested in more paracord projects, I have included a few links below to videos that you may enjoy. "Easy Paracord Zipper Pull" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rVrGAeElrE "DIY Paracord Net / Hammock Chair" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I2ujas-fwig "Paracord Fishing & Survival Bracelet" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yVYr01_VcZA "Paracord Fishing Bracelet In Action" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_yW-B5LS0_8 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Music by Dan-O @ danosongs.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Copyright 2012 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 376523 IntenseAngler
Swedish Fire Torch (Quick Lighting Version) "Tip Of The Week" E42
 
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The Swedish Fire Torch - Imagine a wood fire that is completely self-sustaining, burns an incredibly long time, and even features a built-in cooking surface... well this is it! This video demonstrates, step-by-step, just how easy it is to make a Swedish Fire Torch (or "Canadian Candle" as it is sometimes referred to). Also shown is a simple tip for making it easier and faster to light using less tinder or other natural or homemade firestarter. Overall, this simple alternative to a traditional campfire is highly useful and effective... whether for camp cooking, conserving firewood, or just a low maintenance fire option. Give it a try on your next outdoor adventure! --------------------------------------------------------------- IntenseAngler's "Tip Of The Week" - Episode 42 --------------------------------------------------------------- You can connect with IntenseAngler Outdoors on Facebook by following the link below. We have been posting exclusive videos, "behind the scenes" footage, a few pics, and outdoor related discussions. Look forward to interacting with you via this medium my friends! Facebook Link: http://www.facebook.com/pages/IntenseAngler-Outdoors/184414338275552?sk=wall --------------------------------------------------------------- About "Tip Of The Week": In this weekly series we share a variety of wide-ranging outdoor centered tips, tricks, ideas, and "how-to'" videos in a short, concise, and to-the-point manner. New episodes are posted every Friday (as interest dictates). As part of this series, I feature a different channel each week in the "intro" segment of the video. If you would like your channel featured (or simply want to support the series), please feel free to view the link below to find out how simple the process is. Your participation will be greatly appreciated! I look forward to hearing from you! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-NNCFY61aCY Thanks as always for watching, and for your amazing level of support my friends! --------------------------------------------------------------- Related Links: "Cooking Bacon & Eggs In A Paper Bag" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dlg7Rd8sHL0 "5 Cool Camping Tips & Tricks" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=arIRlMHwT60 "How To Make A Wood Gas Stove" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BxODae_BS74 --------------------------------------------------------------- Copyright 2013 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 163156 IntenseAngler
How To Cut Firewood Safely - "Quick Trick"
 
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"Quick Trick" (Episode 16) How to cut firewood safely. A good supply of fresh dry kindling is one of the foundations of any great fire. Here's a very simple, yet effective tip that will help make the task of cutting wood much safer... allowing you to fully enjoy your time spent around the ol' campfire. --------------------------------------------- Related Videos: Easy Campfire Cooking Cleanup - Quick Trick https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OsCiSXF_H6s How To Make A Smokeless Campfire - Tip Of The Week https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mMJov2vbQqg&t=6s How To Make A Wood Rocket Stove https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cQdea3z8c3g&t=1s 5 Cool Camping Tips And Tricks https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=arIRlMHwT60&t=299s --------------------------------------------- Join me over on Facebook for exclusive content, updates, and more! https://www.facebook.com/IntenseAngler/ --------------------------------------------- Copyright 2018 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 11804 IntenseAngler
Homemade Emergency Water Filter Kit - "Tip Of The Week" E33
 
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How to make a homemade water filter / purification kit for emergency, backup use in the event that your primary water filtration system malfunctions while in the backcountry. Unfortunately, the gear and equipment that we rely upon to sustain us in the wilderness on multi-day hiking and backpacking adventures can be prone to failure. It is always an intelligent (as well as potential life-saving) practice to bring along certain contingency items in the event a critical piece of equipment breaks down. A means of procuring clean, safe drinking water is extremely high on that list. The simple DIY kit shown here can easily be made for free from common household items, and has the capability to provide you with potable water in an emergency situation. * Always practice safety standards when handling or drinking water that may contain harmful bacteria and/or pathogens. Exercise caution by avoiding cross contamination, checking expiration dates on purification chemicals, and utilizing the "cleanest" water available. When in doubt, boil any questionable water. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ IntenseAngler's "Tip Of The Week" - Episode 33 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Featured Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/inspireAson ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ You can connect with IntenseAngler Outdoors on Facebook by following the link below. We have been posting exclusive videos, "behind the scenes" footage, a few pics, and outdoor related discussions. Look forward to interacting with you via this medium my friends! Facebook Link: http://www.facebook.com/pages/IntenseAngler-Outdoors/184414338275552?sk=wall ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ About "Tip Of The Week": In this weekly series we share some wide-ranging outdoor centered tips, tricks, ideas, and "how-to'" videos in a short, concise, and to-the-point manner. New episodes are posted every Friday (as interest dictates). As part of this series, I feature a different channel each week in the "intro" segment of the video. If you would like your channel featured (or simply want to support the series), please feel free to view the link below to find out how simple the process is. Your participation will be greatly appreciated! I look forward to hearing from you! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-NNCFY61aCY Thanks as always for watching, and for your amazing level of support my friends! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Related Links: "Being Creative" Cheap Outdoor Gear http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=62BtVoQYDlI "How To Make Natural Fire Starters" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KoFEj8QyEV0 "Winter Backpacking Trip: Snowshoeing Through Deep Snow" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a8qylzaf7m8 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Copyright 2013 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 530018 IntenseAngler
$3 All-In-One Cook Kit - DIY
 
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How to make an "All-In-One" cook kit that includes a cook pot, stove, stand/windscreen, and even fuel! This cheap little combo is very easy to put together and is a safe alternative to DIY alcohol stoves. The kit features an 10cm Imusa mug that serves as a versatile cook pot, a stand/windscreen which wraps around the stove/fuel canister for easy storage and transport, and a diethylene glycol fuel canister with a 2 hour total burn time. The materials used for this cookset can be obtained at your local dollar store and Walmart. The liquid "diglycol" fuel used in this system is a great alternative to methanol based gel chafing fuels in that it produces a higher heat output (approx. 890 BTUs), is non-flammable and safe, and can be sealed for later use. The heat output is not nearly as great as with typical backpacking stoves such as those that use alcohol or butane/propane fuels. This stove system does produce a nice mid-range burn however and allows for diversity when preparing meals other than those which simply require boiling water. All-in-all, a good option for the occasional weekend hiker, the "budget backpacker", prepping, or simply as a backup cooking source in an emergency. Links: Website http://www.intenseoutdoorgear.com/ --------------------------------------------------------------- Diethylene Glycol Fuel Canisters http://www.intenseoutdoorgear.com/All-In-One-Stove.html Copyright 2012 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Right Reserved
Views: 300909 IntenseAngler
The Dead Man Anchor - "Tip Of The Week" E32
 
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The Dead Man Anchor is an extremely effective technique for securing your tent when camping in moderate to deep snow. This method is often used by mountaineers under some of the most adverse conditions that can be encountered in the outdoors. Common tent stakes (and often even snow specific stakes) are very ineffective and prone to failure in the snow and severe weather that we sometimes face in "the 4th season". By utilizing this simple technique you can be assured that your Winter tent (or tarp) camping experience will be a success, and your shelter will remain standing even through the nastiest of Winter storms. * This technique is also very effective for use in sand as well. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ IntenseAngler's "Tip Of The Week" - Episode 32 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Featured Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/dmacken11 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ You can connect with IntenseAngler Outdoors on Facebook by following the link below. We have been posting exclusive videos, "behind the scenes" footage, a few pics, and outdoor related discussions. Look forward to interacting with you via this medium my friends! Facebook Link: http://www.facebook.com/pages/IntenseAngler-Outdoors/184414338275552?sk=wall ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ About "Tip Of The Week": In this weekly series we share some wide-ranging outdoor centered tips, tricks, ideas, and "how-to'" videos in a short, concise, and to-the-point manner. New episodes are posted every Friday (as interest dictates). As part of this series, I feature a different channel each week in the "intro" segment of the video. If you would like your channel featured (or simply want to support the series), please feel free to view the link below to find out how simple the process is. Your participation will be greatly appreciated! I look forward to hearing from you! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-NNCFY61aCY Thanks as always for watching, and for your amazing level of support my friends! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Related Links: "Unique Uses For Handwarmers" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p2jN5e7be2c "How To Make Natural Fire Starters" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KoFEj8QyEV0 "Winter Backpacking" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M5iYHdPYns8 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Copyright 2013 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 22411 IntenseAngler
DIY Stormproof Matches - "Tip Of The Week" (E50)
 
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How to make your own DIY stormproof matches. These homemade matches are not only easy to make, but extremely effective. Having a reliable firestarter with you can make all the difference in getting a fire started in adverse conditions such as wet, cold, windy weather... or even in an emergency or survival situation. All-in-all, a great addition to your fire kit! ---------------------------------- Sierra Trading Post on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/SierraTradingPost ---------------------------------- IntenseAngler's "Tip Of The Week" - Episode 50 ---------------------------------- *Related Videos: Self-Igniting Firestarter https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ad9N2LxYpXU Homemade Firestarter https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zoCtXaBoFIY How To Make A Smokeless Campfire https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mMJov2vbQqg ---------------------------------- Copyright 2015 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 49753 IntenseAngler
Primitive Fishing Tool - The Gorge Hook - "Tip Of The Week" E20
 
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IntenseAngler's "Tip Of The Week", Episode 20. A highly effective and simple to make primitive fishing tool... the gorge hook. In this episode I demonstrate how to make, bait, and use the gorge hook in an actual fishing situation. This tool is among the simplest of the primitive fishing hooks. It is in essence a straight bodied device tapering down to points on each end with a groove notched in the center to accommodate the attachment of line or natural cordage. Gorge (or toggle) hooks were historically created from wood or bone, and work based on the following principle: Bait is threaded on the hook in such a way as to keep the hook running parallel with the line. When a fish engulfs the bait, the hook comes free from the bait, turns sideways, and then lodges in the fishes throat. The primary difficulty with this style of primitive fishing hook is matching the size of the hook to the approximate size category of the fish that you are most likely to encounter. The smallest of these hooks should ideally be made from bone so that they don't break due to their smaller size. About "Tip Of The Week": In this weekly series we share some wide-ranging outdoor centered tips, tricks, ideas, and "how-to'" videos in a short, concise, and to-the-point manner. New episodes are posted every Friday (as interest dictates). As part of this series, I feature a different channel each week in the "intro" segment of the video. If you would like your channel featured (or simply want to support the series), please contact me via PM and we can easily set that up. Your participation will be greatly appreciated! I look forward to hearing from you! Thanks as always for watching, and for your amazing level of support my friends! Featured Channel: YouTube user: "BassFishing523" http://www.youtube.com/user/bassfishing523 You can connect with IntenseAngler Outdoors on Facebook by following the link below. We will be posting exclusive videos, "behind the scenes" footage, and outdoor related discussions. Look forward to interacting with you via this medium my friends! Facebook Link: http://www.facebook.com/pages/IntenseAngler-Outdoors/184414338275552?sk=wall "Tip Of The Week" T-shirts Available At: http://www.intenseoutdoorgear.com/ Copyright 2012 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
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RIBZ PACK CUSTOM MODS
 
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A few custom modifications that I made to the RIBZ Front Pack to help make it suit my personal needs and uses just a bit better...
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How To Make "Natural" Fire Starters - "Tip Of The Week" (29)
 
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How to make a reliable, long lasting, and completely waterproof firestarter out of natural materials readily found in the woods. These fire starters are a man-made version of fatwood; a resin impregnated heartwood found in the stumps and lower dead branches of some pine trees. Fatwood is among the best of all natural firestarters due to it's high resin content which equates to: ease of ignition, high heat output, long burn time, and waterproof qualities. Although a great accelerant, it can oftentimes be difficult to locate. This video demonstrates a method of making this awesome firestarter by utilizing dry wood shavings and melted down pine resin which can be found on nearly any pine tree where a wound has occurred and the resin has formed into easy to collect nodules. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ IntenseAngler's "Tip Of The Week" - Episode 29 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Featured Channel: "ausurvival" http://www.youtube.com/user/ausurvival ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ You can connect with IntenseAngler Outdoors on Facebook by following the link below. We have been posting exclusive videos, "behind the scenes" footage, a few pics, and outdoor related discussions. Look forward to interacting with you via this medium my friends! Facebook Link: http://www.facebook.com/pages/IntenseAngler-Outdoors/184414338275552?sk=wall ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ About "Tip Of The Week": In this weekly series we share some wide-ranging outdoor centered tips, tricks, ideas, and "how-to'" videos in a short, concise, and to-the-point manner. New episodes are posted every Friday (as interest dictates). As part of this series, I feature a different channel each week in the "intro" segment of the video. If you would like your channel featured (or simply want to support the series), please contact me via PM and we can easily set that up. Your participation will be greatly appreciated! I look forward to hearing from you! Thanks as always for watching, and for your amazing level of support my friends! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Copyright 2012 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 44013 IntenseAngler
Kokanee Salmon Fishing - Trolling Tactics
 
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An awesome day on the water with buddy "Captain Dave". Join us on this fun-filled kokanee salmon fishing trip as we hook up with a mixed catch of salmon & rainbow trout, discuss trolling tactics & tips, cover salmon fishing gear, rigging, & techniques, and most importantly... have a great time while catching a few fish! ----------------------------------- For additional & exclusive content join me over on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/IntenseAngler-Outdoors/184414338275552?sk=wall Or on Instagram at: http://instagram.com/intenseangler Looking forward to interacting with you via these other social mediums my friends! ----------------------------------- Music By: Jason Shaw @ Audionautix.com ----------------------------------- Copyright 2014 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 59422 IntenseAngler
5 Cool Camping Tips & Tricks - "Tip Of The Week" (E21)
 
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IntenseAngler's "Tip Of The Week", Episode 21. A quick compilation of camping, backpacking, and outdoor related tips and tricks. I've used these little tricks over the years while camping and have wanted to share some of them for awhile... they're just a bit too "small" to dedicate a full video to each of them. So after a little debate, I decided to compile them into a quick series for a full length TOTW video. The 5 tips and tricks covered here run the gamut from: Instant relief from the itch of mosquito bites, to how to keep the ice in your cooler longer without the usual soggy mess, to a simple trick to avoid tripping over your tent or tarp's guy-lines. There's really nothing earth shattering in any of these tips, but I hope that one or two of them may be useful to some of you... About "Tip Of The Week": In this weekly series we share some wide-ranging outdoor centered tips, tricks, ideas, and "how-to'" videos in a short, concise, and to-the-point manner. New episodes are posted every Friday (as interest dictates). As part of this series, I feature a different channel each week in the "intro" segment of the video. If you would like your channel featured (or simply want to support the series), please contact me via PM and we can easily set that up. Your participation will be greatly appreciated! I look forward to hearing from you! Thanks as always for watching, and for your amazing level of support my friends! Featured Channel: YouTube user: "SoulSurvivorX2" http://www.youtube.com/user/SoulSurvivorX2 You can connect with IntenseAngler Outdoors on Facebook by following the link below. We will be posting exclusive videos, "behind the scenes" footage, and outdoor related discussions. Look forward to interacting with you via this medium my friends! Facebook Link: http://www.facebook.com/pages/IntenseAngler-Outdoors/184414338275552?sk=wall "Tip Of The Week" T-shirts Available At: http://www.intenseoutdoorgear.com/ Copyright 2012 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 991677 IntenseAngler
5 More Clever Uses For Chapstick - "Tip Of The Week" (E44)
 
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"Tip Of The Week" - **Special Viewer Edition** - Five more incredibly useful, ingenuitive, and just plain awesome uses for ChapStick. Who would have thought that there would be so many "uncommon" uses for such a common item? Aside from simply preventing chapped lips, this viewer inspired video demonstrates a few more of the many creative and functional applications that a regular ol' tube of lip balm can be used for. Some of the uses shown here include: - An easy method of preventing fog from forming on the lenses of your optics (such as binoculars, scopes, and eye glasses). - A quick way to not only put a shine on your leather boots, but to provide a level of water resistance while in-the-field. - A simple, yet effective field expedient coating to protect your high carbon steel blades from rust and corrosion. - As an excellent lubricant for outdoor gear and equipment. ChapStick can be used for everything from helping your fishing reel to operate more smoothly, to extending the life of O-rings in items such as your flashlight. - A "secret" container to keep small valuables and cash safe. ---------------------------------------------------------- IntenseAngler's "Tip Of The Week" - Episode 44 ---------------------------------------------------------- You are welcome to connect with me on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/IntenseAngler-Outdoors/184414338275552?sk=wall Or on Instagram at: http://instagram.com/intenseangler Looking forward to interacting with you via these other social mediums my friends! ---------------------------------------------------------- About "Tip Of The Week": In this weekly series we share some wide-ranging outdoor centered tips, tricks, ideas, and "how-to'" videos in a short, concise, and to-the-point manner. New episodes are posted every Friday (as interest dictates). As part of this series, I feature a different channel each week in the "intro" segment of the video. If you would like your channel featured (or simply want to support the series), please feel free to view the link below to find out how simple the process is. Your participation will be greatly appreciated! I look forward to hearing from you! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-NNCFY61aCY Thanks as always for watching, and for your amazing level of support my friends! ---------------------------------------------------------- Related Links: "5 Clever Uses For Chapstick" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XAhD0bakf_4 "Awesome Uses For Drinking Straws" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WiB9kUPRXZ4 "Unique Uses For Hand Warmers" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p2jN5e7be2c ---------------------------------------------------------- Copyright 2014 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 128915 IntenseAngler
Quick Trick: Great Outdoor Use For Plastic Bags
 
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"Quick Trick" (Episode 4) - A simple, yet helpful way to utilize common plastic grocery bags as outdoor gear "accessories" to keep you clean and dry while enjoying your outdoor hiking, backpacking, and camping adventures. ------------------------------------------------------------ Thanks for taking the time to comment, subscribe, hit the "like" button, and all of the other awesome stuff that you do... it's much appreciated my friends! :) ------------------------------------------------------------ You are welcome to connect with me on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/IntenseAngler-Outdoors/184414338275552?sk=wall Or on Instagram at: http://instagram.com/intenseangler Looking forward to interacting with you via these other social mediums my friends! ------------------------------------------------------------ Music by Jason Shaw @ Audionautix.com ------------------------------------------------------------ Copyright 2014 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 29751 IntenseAngler
How To Fish Small Mountain Streams
 
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The basics of how to fish small to mid-size mountain streams and rivers. Mountain stream fishing can be among the most rewarding of angling experiences. The fish are generally plentiful and eager to bite, the tackle and techniques required can be kept simple, and the beauty of the natural surroundings makes even a fishless day a success. Some of the basic principles that are covered in this video include: - Fishing Tackle & Equipment - Lure Selection - Prime Fishing Times - Reading Water - Presentation ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music by Dan-O @ danosongs.com
Views: 169740 IntenseAngler
Unique Uses For Hand Warmers - "Tip Of The Week" E31
 
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Ten alternate uses for hand warmers. Aside from being extremely useful for warming your hands, feet, and body in cold weather, these chemical reactive "portable heaters" can be utilized for a multitude of other uses; running the gamut from drying out wet gear while in-the-field, to potentially life-saving first-aid items for preventing and/or treating hypothermia. While some of the applications shown here are well known, hopefully there are a few that are new to you and may help you achieve a higher level of comfort and protection in cold Winter weather. If you have any unique uses for these warmers, I would love to hear them either in the comment section below... or better yet, via a video response :-) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ IntenseAngler's "Tip Of The Week" - Episode 31 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Featured Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/brooklinb0y99 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ You can connect with IntenseAngler Outdoors on Facebook by following the link below. We have been posting exclusive videos, "behind the scenes" footage, a few pics, and outdoor related discussions. Look forward to interacting with you via this medium my friends! Facebook Link: http://www.facebook.com/pages/IntenseAngler-Outdoors/184414338275552?sk=wall ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ About "Tip Of The Week": In this weekly series we share some wide-ranging outdoor centered tips, tricks, ideas, and "how-to'" videos in a short, concise, and to-the-point manner. New episodes are posted every Friday (as interest dictates). As part of this series, I feature a different channel each week in the "intro" segment of the video. If you would like your channel featured (or simply want to support the series), please feel free to view the link below to find out how simple the process is. Your participation will be greatly appreciated! I look forward to hearing from you! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-NNCFY61aCY Thanks as always for watching, and for your amazing level of support my friends! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Copyright 2012 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
Views: 330500 IntenseAngler