No one ever expects to be stuck out in the wilderness, but it can happen to any of us. Even a day hike in warm weather can result in unexpectedly getting lost or stranded. Planting a foot the wrong way can result in a sprained ankle, a broken leg, or a fall that results in having to spend the night outdoors. Being able to start a fire to stay warm can mean the difference between life and death.
While being able to start a fire is important, the surrounding weather may not always be conducive to fire starting. In wet, rainy weather, or when snow is on the ground, starting a fire may be more difficult than normal. That’s where knowing the tricks of how to start a fire in wet weather can come in really helpful.
Many hunters and outdoorsmen know those tricks, and they’re more than happy to pass them along to you. Head on over to American Hunter to learn how you can start a fire when everything’s wet.