Do you keep a few favorite squirrel recipes committed to memory? Know by heart the way to the best deer stand on Grandpa's 20-acre farm? Have an old tractor rusting in the back field, because you just might need the parts one day? You're not alone. So do the authors of The Total Redneck Manual.
Whether you’re winching your truck out of a mud hole, packing in a good dip, or teaching your bird dog to fetch a beer from the mini-fridge, there’s something in this country-fried cultural document for you.
This is a loving celebration of an all-American cultural icon, but it’s also a hands-on working book that can help anyone better enjoy the great outdoors. In true Field & Stream fashion, it's packed with 200+ tips on essential outdoor skills, from picking the right hunting dog and sighting in a rifle, to fixing just about anything with duct tape and paracord, to frying up catfish just like grandma used to make. You'll also learn to open a beer bottle with just about anything, spit on a campfire with deadly accuracy, and kit out the truck of your dreams ... with spray paint.
So, kick off your boots, crack open a cold one, take a seat on the porch, and learn from the best.
Packaged in a durable, wipe-clean flexicover with metallic corner-guards, this practical manual withstands heavy-duty use indoors and out.
Editor-at-large for Field & Stream magazine and contributing editor for Audubon magazine, T. Edward Nickens writes about outdoor sports, natural history, and conservation for many leading magazines, winning more than two dozen national writing awards.