Cat Fishing

How To : Tie a cat's paw fishing knot

Know your knots! With this free video tutorial, you'll learn how to tie a simple cat's paw fishing knot. To tie a cat's paw, you need to make sure the lines are crossed. The knot is easy to tie provided, of course, you know how to go about making it. For an easy-to-follow, ste ...more

How To : Tie a cats paw fishing knot

Check out this fishing tutorial video that demonstrates how to tie a Cat's Paw fishing knot for tying a double to a ring or swivel knot. Just follow the simple steps as outlined in this instructional fishing video and learn how to tie a cat's paw fishing knot. Start reeling in ...more

How To : Make your own catfish chum

Going cat fishing sometime soon? Stop spending a ton of money on store bought bait when you can just make it yourself! In this video, learn how to make homemade catfish chum out of food you'll many times find hiding in your fridge including balogna, ground corn, mustard, tarte ...more

How To : Crochet a goldfish style dog or cat chew toy

In this tutorial, we learn how to crochet a goldfish style dog or cat chew toy. Start with a slipknot, then chain 2. Now, do 5 single crochets next to the hook. Then, do a slip stitch to finish and then knot. Now, make the eyeball by using a yarn needle and black yarn. Go thro ...more

How To : Make a talking animals effect using After Effects

A LOT of movies have featured talking animals. Especially now that the technology is readily available to even low-budget filmmakers to make animals appear to be talking very realistically. If you've wanted to make your own talking-animal film, this video is here to help. It w ...more

How To : Say the names of animals in Japanese

Watch this video to learn how to say the names of common animals such as dogs, cats, fish, birds, and Godzilla in Japanese. The video offers special methods of remembering the name of each animal.

How To : Fold a simple, traditional origami paper goldfish

Forget Goldfish Crackers and the actual living, swimming ones. They both, one day, will disappear. The crackers will only last as long as your hunger, and the living goldfish will eventually die (or also last as long as your hunger— or your cat's hunger). But there's one goldf ...more

How To : Speed Up the Composting Process

Composting is said to be every gardener’s gold, but making compost and getting it ready could take up to a year. Professional growers have discovered that compost activators can help speed up composting quickly…sometimes to as little as 30 days! 6 Steps to Speed Up Composting ...more

How To : Use peanut butter in unusual ways

Got an urge to get that peanut butter jar out for something else other than a peanut butter & jelly sandwich? Peanut butter has many uses in addition to being a healthy treat. In this video, learn how to use peanut butter in unusual ways. What you will need: • A dog or cat ...more

How To : Make sweet and sour fish with Kai

This Thai sweet and sour dish is perfect for any day of the week. Watch this how to video tutorial as professional Thai chef Kai shows you cook sweet and sour fish. This seafood recipe is quick and delicious try it tonight. Sweet and sour fish ingredients: oil, vinegar, sugar ...more

News : The Secret World of Exotic Fish Zealots

WonderHowTo pal and contributor Sean Conaty shot this beautiful short for Scion Magazine about exotic fish and the people who love them. The fish veterinarian is particularly fascinating. Who knew that some lucky sea creatures experience greater longevity with the aid of surge ...more

How To : Make a cat scratch pad

This crafty cat scratch pad is a great way to recycle used boxes. You Will Need * Several medium to large cardboard boxes * Non-toxic craft glue * A straightedge * A craft knife * Catnip * Felt * Old magazines Step 1: Cut strips Gather large, corrugated cardboard boxes. Using ...more

How To : Attract birds to your backyard

Quit hogging your own backyard. Make it a haven for your fine feathered friends. Learn how to attract birds to your yard. You Will Need * Undisturbed trees or shrubs large enough to provide bird shelter * Native plants that provide seeds, berries, and nectar * A water source ...more

News : Angry Clones Are Taking Over the App World

In December 2009, Angry Birds was released to the public. The iPhone and iPod touch were the first to take on the demand, then a devoted HD version for the iPad. Since then, it's transcended iOS devices to appear on Android, Nokia, Palm phones, and many others. Next, it broke ...more

News : WHAT HAPPENED IN 1965? (STANDP'S BIRTH YEAR)

In 1965, the world was a different place. There was no Google yet. Or Yahoo. Or Stumbleupon, for that matter. In 1965, the year of your birth, the top selling movie was The Sound of Music. People buying the popcorn in the cinema lobby had glazing eyes when looking at the pos ...more

How To : Choose the Right Path

Choose the Right Path Making a choice What do you do, when you do not know what to do? Perhaps, you do nothing. But such inaction may be unhealthy and even suicidal. Someone said, “The only thing for the evil to triumph is the good should do nothing”. Many people have been i ...more

How To : 18 Clever Uses for Empty Film Canisters

Film canisters, remember those? Those black containers with the grey lids that used to contain... camera film? Their small size and waterproof material make perfect for holding matchsticks, carrying fish fly hooks, seasonings for a camping trip, ear plugs, hardware tools and ...more

How To : 9 Creative Uses for All Those Holiday Wine Corks

While most people build collections of things with intrinsic value such as coins, stamps, or rare post cards, I collect wine corks—the natural ones, not the plastic kind. Corks are a natural product harvested from the cork oak tree. It takes the better part of 10 to 12 years b ...more

News : 10 Bizarre Egg Gadgets That Are Total Fails

Why, for the love of God, do people keep inventing ridiculous devices that make the simplest things more complicated in the name of convenience? This may be a rhetorical question that will forever go unanswered—because these crazy gadgets just keep rolling out, one after the o ...more

Your Freezer : You're Using That Wrong, Too

Last week, I showed you why your refrigerator is one of the best tools in the kitchen when it comes to saving money and preserving food at its tastiest. But did you know your freezer is another underutilized ally in the cooking game? Chances are, you've been using your freeze ...more

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