Survival fishing calls for primitive means and unconventional fishing techniques. Find out more about this below! Survival Fishing: A Means to an End 1. Fishing Nets Using nets, either passively or actively, is one of the most common ways that people fish worldwide. A small net can easily fit in a pack better [...]
5 Methods to Purify Water Why Clean Water Is Essential We all know the significance of clean water in our body. It helps our cells, organs, and tissues to regulate temperature and maintain other bodily functions. Without clean water, it would be difficult to survive or persevere especially when SHTF. But what happens if you find [...]
Self-loading take-down carbine. Stainless steel barrel. Cross bolt safety and manual bolt hold-open. Adjustable open rear sight. Ramp front sight. Grooved for scope mount. Black, synthetic stock with molded-in checkering and swivel studs. Comes in zippered nylon floatable case. Clip feed. This stainless steel, semi-auto tack driver packs down compactly in its all-weather case, making [...]
The goal of The Wilderness Living Challenge Season 3 survival series is to GAIN or MAINTAIN body mass living only on 100% WILD FOODS! In this episode we catch and cook the venomous diamond back rattlesnake using primitive cooking techniques.
In my last video I showed the differences between batoned wood and twigs. I used limited tinder in that video to show the concept of flame working time. I didn’t really get into the science of tinders or the stages they can be classified in. I get into all that in this video. And an [...]
In this video I demonstrate a different and better design of the pump-drill for fire making or drilling. This makes primitive fire making easy! Of course this is not something you would make in the first few months of survival, but is great for a primitive living situation.
Here’s a few handy wilderness survival tricks that might just save the day!
Tips for Backpack Camping in the Rain 10. DON’T Go, If You are Afraid of being uncomfortable 9. Practice Survival Skills in Good Weather 8. Get a Good Backpack Find a pack that fits your: Trip length (single or multi-day) Personal preference (comfort versus weight-saving) Body type/torso length Materials/quality Right capacity for use Fit [...]
Waterproof matches are indeed an essential addition to your outdoor supplies. A bug out bag wouldn’t be complete without fire starter gear. Ordinary matches don’t mix well with wet conditions and being in the outdoors. You can slip and fall into a puddle, getting your backpack wet. Your tackle box can be knocked into the water by [...]