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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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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
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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
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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.
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I just measured and weighed one of my crappie from today....citation sized fish....16" and 2 pounds....lovely fish the crappie....

tastes so good

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always get a kick out of you egotistical fucks come here all back from Alaska as Husky fuckers..got all your shit ready, guns, meat, knives, fishing poles, water..lmao..you have fun living..bro..
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You will be very popular post collapse...those fish will be worth gold. keep up the good work.
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always get a kick out of you egotistical fucks come here all back from Alaska as Husky fuckers..got all your shit ready, guns, meat, knives, fishing poles, water..lmao..you have fun living..bro..
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what the flying fuck are you talking about fuckbrain?

I live in west virginia and had a good day crappie fishing

are you daft or just permanently brain damaged?
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Agree on the fishing. I live close to a good fishing lake and plan to get out there this spring. 2 of us in the canoe and one guarding my car.
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I love trophy fishing...or as I call it "monster fishing"!

But if I needed food...I'd be going for pan fish & catfish...lots & lots of those and they are easy to catch.
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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
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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.
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well, that suckjs but there are mountain streams and native species

we have native brookies and rainbows (browns are not native, they came over here from europe)

It would take a hell of a bunch of brookies to sustain a family...prob shouldn't bother trying.

now the undesirable species...wellthat is a different story

Freshwater drum...can get really big...and are fun as hell to catch...bones is a thing....but taste is good

Catfish....most catfish here in west by god virginia are not fit to eat...our rivers are polluted with pcb's and heavy metals....anything that bottom feeds is not on the menu...that includes giant carp. eat if you must but be warned you are making a huge mistake.

Walleye...we have an excellent walleye fishery and sorry folks...aside from panfish, walleye might be the best eating fish there is

whitebass and hybrid stripers....nothing exciting...not bad fish just not great fish....good to have if hungry

black bass family....i.e. largemouth and smallmouth

I don'tlargemouth fish ever but I do occasionally catch them.

I am a smallmouth guy and I fucking love them.....fighting, scrapping, ornery fish...and they taste pretty good too
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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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Your chest freezer will only help as long as you have power. Drying the fish would be better. 20 to 30 pounds of rice and pasta will get you by for a while, but if this virus causes long term disruptions, it won't go too far.
Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst.
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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
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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.
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well, that suckjs but there are mountain streams and native species

we have native brookies and rainbows (browns are not native, they came over here from europe)

It would take a hell of a bunch of brookies to sustain a family...prob shouldn't bother trying.

now the undesirable species...wellthat is a different story

Freshwater drum...can get really big...and are fun as hell to catch...bones is a thing....but taste is good

Catfish....most catfish here in west by god virginia are not fit to eat...our rivers are polluted with pcb's and heavy metals....anything that bottom feeds is not on the menu...that includes giant carp. eat if you must but be warned you are making a huge mistake.

Walleye...we have an excellent walleye fishery and sorry folks...aside from panfish, walleye might be the best eating fish there is

whitebass and hybrid stripers....nothing exciting...not bad fish just not great fish....good to have if hungry

black bass family....i.e. largemouth and smallmouth

I don'tlargemouth fish ever but I do occasionally catch them.

I am a smallmouth guy and I fucking love them.....fighting, scrapping, ornery fish...and they taste pretty good too
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Keep in mind that all the city dwellers think they are survivalists, and will try to live off the land. That will include your fishing spot. You can't depend on a steady supply of fish. The same is true of game animals. If the virus gets bad enough to cause major disruptions, all the wildlife will be in danger.
Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst.
"America is at that awkward stage. It's too late to work within the system, but too early to shoot the bastards." -- Claire Wolfe
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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.
 Quoting: Manosteel


Your chest freezer will only help as long as you have power. Drying the fish would be better. 20 to 30 pounds of rice and pasta will get you by for a while, but if this virus causes long term disruptions, it won't go too far.
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you are correct

I have been thinking about that

I am thinking about getting some bags of salt and salt curing all of it so it can hand till
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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.
 Quoting: Manosteel


Your chest freezer will only help as long as you have power. Drying the fish would be better. 20 to 30 pounds of rice and pasta will get you by for a while, but if this virus causes long term disruptions, it won't go too far.
 Quoting: Epic Beard Guy


Put together a quick small solar system to keep your fridge and freezer running.

Seriously, 400 watts of panels, small charge controller and small inverter and you're good. And a 12 v deep cycle battery.
Things are bad enough, there is no need to make anything up.

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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
 Quoting: Manosteel


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.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75394950


well, that suckjs but there are mountain streams and native species

we have native brookies and rainbows (browns are not native, they came over here from europe)

It would take a hell of a bunch of brookies to sustain a family...prob shouldn't bother trying.

now the undesirable species...wellthat is a different story

Freshwater drum...can get really big...and are fun as hell to catch...bones is a thing....but taste is good

Catfish....most catfish here in west by god virginia are not fit to eat...our rivers are polluted with pcb's and heavy metals....anything that bottom feeds is not on the menu...that includes giant carp. eat if you must but be warned you are making a huge mistake.

Walleye...we have an excellent walleye fishery and sorry folks...aside from panfish, walleye might be the best eating fish there is

whitebass and hybrid stripers....nothing exciting...not bad fish just not great fish....good to have if hungry

black bass family....i.e. largemouth and smallmouth

I don'tlargemouth fish ever but I do occasionally catch them.

I am a smallmouth guy and I fucking love them.....fighting, scrapping, ornery fish...and they taste pretty good too
 Quoting: Manosteel


Keep in mind that all the city dwellers think they are survivalists, and will try to live off the land. That will include your fishing spot. You can't depend on a steady supply of fish. The same is true of game animals. If the virus gets bad enough to cause major disruptions, all the wildlife will be in danger.
 Quoting: Epic Beard Guy


that does sort of present a problem but not so much here in W.Va. People been poor here for generations and we still have game and we still have fish.

I get it...when the metro areas realize they are fucked, they are going to spill into the suburbs and rural areas

they are going to be like a swarm of locusts...devouring everything in their path

we can beat this.....don't be stupid and they will pass over you like the hand of death passed over the houses that had lamb's blood on their door

don't be stupid...don't tell anyone your preps.....hunker down quietly and if you have to engage....complain about how hungry you are and how the gov has failed to serve the people
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Walleye is the best! hf
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Noodle with your arm pussy.
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rice = arsenic
pasta and beans = glyphosate (round up)
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rice = arsenic
pasta and beans = glyphosate (round up)
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well if you have came to that point, eating a shotgun load may be the best idea.....

no waste, no worry...suck start a 12 gauge and the world brightens at that moment
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I tol dmy wife and she agrees....in a war time, attack mode...we want to go out in the blast wave....don't want to live in a post apocalyptic world

we are old so fuck you...no one cares anyway

BUT...I am not going to starve to death...the commies are going to have to kill me.


Don't want to be a drone and if I die, I want it to be on my feet, not on my knees looking for food
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Walleye is the best! hf
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it is yum
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I've never been one to go fishing but a month or so back there was a complete rig on clearance at a local big box store and I picked up a rod, reel, line and some basic tackle for under $15. In time I'll get a fishing license and go practice.
My honorest hope is that one day I will be able to upgrade from my green... or to dash those hopes from my red!
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I'm not really prepping I'm just coming to terms what we are facing. I dont believe we will have to prep. I always stockpile food and water to a certain extent but life will go on. The supply chain will continue with minor disruptions. We will see what people are really made of in the next couple years. We might have to write off mankind but Dont write off humanity. People will come together and help each other out, just as we have done in the past
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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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I do nuts but that's personal preference I guess if you got a full-dietary regiment of nutrients your safe, you can live a long time on a poor diet but it takes a toll, and poor diet means fuzzy head and fatigue. Besides every fall or two the protine rains down from the sky in the form of walnuts here for a mile at a time. You'd never starve if you had a clue and some injinuity/motivation/self-preservation or unlike these folks, did something in advance to save their own hides as they are 100% gov. dependant rehabs without a clue and hopeless to the end live by assulting their neighbours to prop up their doomed souls with sin vs spirits like vampires.

Here's a free prepping tip about stravation I learned from fasting.

the anger you get is relative to your starvation mode where a bad diet or poor diet will drive you mad as opposed to fasting and starving which only take you down slowly and peacefully and lay you to rest, not a raving cannibal, that's a freaking sin addicted nutcase ready to turn undead before your eyes and eat human or cow or deer CDC brains or whatever it feels will sustain it, knowing nothing and going on tribal gut instinct rather than learned skill and survival techniques to save yourself.
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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
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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.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75394950


Smart guy
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Agree on the fishing. I live close to a good fishing lake and plan to get out there this spring. 2 of us in the canoe and one guarding my car.
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www.fishingyoyito.com

Handheld pocket sized fishing reel. High quality. $60.

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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
 Quoting: Manosteel


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.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75394950


Smart guy
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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.
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I've never been one to go fishing but a month or so back there was a complete rig on clearance at a local big box store and I picked up a rod, reel, line and some basic tackle for under $15. In time I'll get a fishing license and go practice.
 Quoting: Lowkey Cyberpunk


it is a handy skill to have in the toolbox even if you don't really like doing it

it can feed you

I happen to like it and enjoy it so....it's not a burden to go fishing
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