Graphy | Knots. Knots. Knots by William Caudill
Craig Caudill began his outdoor experiences while growing up hunting, fishing, and playing in the woods of Kentucky.For nearly five decades he has actively pursued experiential knowledge of all things related to awareness, safety, and survival in the outdoors. He has trained extensively with many great teachers, and on his own, to better understand the great outdoors. Whether he is writing, podcasting, teaching or simply enjoying it. You will most likely find him involved with something that helps connect others or himself to nature. He regularly teaches corporate, government agencies, and the public sector in these methods as a means of education, enrichment, and enjoyment. He is an avid tracker and has taught various first responders on the federal, state, and local levels in the science of man-tracking. He has led survival and wilderness navigation courses for wildlife and biology students from 14 different universities in the southeast. He has been featured on Public Education Television for the shows Kentucky Afield, Kentucky Life, and Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen. He is regularly interviewed on local news segments to share safety and survival skills. He is the author of the books Extreme Wilderness Survival, Ultimate Wilderness Gear, and co-author of Essential Wilderness Navigation. His work can also be seen in Field and Stream, Outdoor Life, Backwoods Survival Guide, Self-Reliance Illustrated, American Prepper, Wilderness Way, American Frontiersman, Ballistic, and American Survival Guide. He has a very active blog that contains his podcasts (host and guest spots) and also guest blogs for Dan’s Depot, Omega Gear, Joel Lambert, Survival Life, Knowledge Weighs Nothing, How To Do Stuff, Family Protection Association, and American Gun Association. He has a weekly newspaper column for his hometown newspaper, The Winchester Sun. He has an active Youtube channel in which he provides education on all things outdoors. Craig is forever a student and therefore continues to train and grow in his own skillset.
Read more +
Knots. Knots. Knots
Learning how to tie knots is a beneficial skill. Knot tying has always been one of those essential outdoor skills that the inexperienced take for granted. The experienced outdoorsman, however, has had enough success and failure to know that there are right and wrong knots for specific jobs. In this Graphy, learn how to tie different types of knots as one of these knots could save your life one day.
New Chapter
Get it on Google PlayGet it on App Store

What you'll get

100% access to all future chapters