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Fowler’s Fire – Part 2

Our story so far: Zachary Fowler is in Patagonia in 2016, competing against nine other contestants in the History Channel’s reality television show “Alone,” attempting to survive the approaching Andes winter by maintaining a warm fire in his hand-constructed hut. After his initial failure to light the damp tinder, Fowler ...

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The January 2018 Issue of The Maine Sportsman

In Maine, Hardwater Fishing for Lunkers Ain’t that Hard! It’s January, and the attentions of many sportsmen, sportswomen and sports-kids turn to ice fishing on Maine’s lakes, ponds and rivers. This month’s issue of The Maine Sportsman magazine helps fuel that enthusiasm, starting with the cover photo of our “Central ...

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Fowler’s Fire – Part 1

“Alone’s” Zachary Fowler Struggles to Light, Maintain Fire at Damp Patagonian Campsite by Zachary Fowler One of the skills that allowed me to survive, prevail over 9 other contestants and win $500,000 on the 2016 reality show “Alone” was the ability to build and maintain a fire. As I mentioned ...

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The December 2017 Issue of The Maine Sportsman

Muzzleloaders, Snow Machines, Ice Fishing and Fowler’s Fire Based on the number of “Biggest Buck” patch requests coming in each day’s mail to The Maine Sportsman offices (click here to download a form), it’s clear this has been a banner firearms season for 200-lb. whitetail deer. But for those of ...

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The November 2017 Issue of The Maine Sportsman

It’s All About the Deer November is deer month – the month many Mainers dream about all year long. That rifle-toting, wool-wearing, beard-growing (sorry, ladies), poker-playing, game-pole-hanging month when hunters head to tents, cabins, lodges and sporting camps all over the western, northern and northeastern parts of the state. And ...

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