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Prepping for the chaos to come
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[quote:Manosteel:MV80Mjc2OTMxXzc3OTI5MzEyX0YyQjgxN0I4] [quote:CopyNinja87:MV80Mjc2OTMxXzc3OTI5MjA3XzlBMEJCODQx] [quote:CopyNinja87:MV80Mjc2OTMxXzc3OTI5MTAxXzcxMkVBMzJE] [quote:Anonymous Coward 75394950:MV80Mjc2OTMxXzc3OTI2NDE3X0RGRkVFNUU0] [quote:Manosteel:MV80Mjc2OTMxXzc3OTI1OTYyX0ZBQjhCQjEx] Simple sustenance fishing is not hard and anyone can do it. I am not talking about trophy fishing, I am talking about putting protein in the pan for you and your family "learn to code" wasa clever meme not long ago "Learn to fish" is a much better one and very applicable [/quote] No lakes around me that aren't polluted with Roundup and a lot of other pesticides and fertilizers. Fresh water no longer exists and salt water fish have mercury and corexit and radiation. [/quote] Smart guy [/quote] I’ve done some research and the smaller the fish, the less mercury content. Catfish is too big, but trout is often just fine to eat. [/quote] correct...the bottom feeders are no go territory...that includes the carp...the have too many toxins in them when they get over 24" or so now saying that,the flathead catfish is not a bottom feeder, it is purely a predator....it is generally safer to eat than it's cousins the channel, bullhead and blue but remember, predators concentrate the toxins that are present in their prey so.....eating big flatheads might not be a good idea either [/quote]
I know most glp'ers are preppers to some extent.
I would hope most of you have a good 20-30 pounds of rice, 20-30 pounds of beans and 20-30 pounds of pasta stored away.
Make sure you have lots of water stored as well....while the taps are working, I suggest storing water in every container you can find...just to be sure.
I went a step further and have been fishing lately.
I have a chest freezer and have been stocking it with whatever I catch...big, small, doesn't matter. your basic rice and beans diet with some fish is almost the perfect nutritional meal.
I put a limit of trout in last week, today I put a limit of crappie and a bunch of bluegill and red eared sunfish in (no limits on bluegill and redears).
I like to fish and I usually catch and release. Not now and not for the foreseeable future. I am stocking that freezer to the rim with panfish if I can. They are the native equivalent of talapia. Taste yummy, very nutritious and a very sustainable/renewable source for fish.
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