July 3, 2018

BUSHCRAFT Survival CHALLENGE With a GIRL! | Primitive Fire, Shelter, Wild Caught Food, Ice Fishing

Join my WIFE of nearly 20-years, and I on a WINTER survival challenge in the NORTH of CANADA as we struggle to stay WARM and FED! We FISH for food with just a few basic fishing tools and bust through thick ice with an axe to get the food below.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chris.leclair.35

Eating Bone Marrow: https://youtu.be/OOqbBDpFcgU
Eating Muskrat: https://youtu.be/2hyeWj9RX7g
Hare and Grouse: https://youtu.be/BFN4TOUa1zc
Massive Catfish: https://youtu.be/RVa5_J53ZqQ
Black Bear: https://youtu.be/rsowDxhlP9M
Eating Beaver: https://youtu.be/D7ONKwN3Upw
Eating Porcupine: https://youtu.be/JW9hWPMzsk4
Black Squirrel: https://youtu.be/KWy5b5O0nVs
Groundhog: https://youtu.be/Sf0zyu9Z-uY

Primitive challenge with a few simple basic tools.

I bring along a snowshoe hare that I snared using simple metal wire.

I'll show you how to catch a fish using just a tree branch!

I'll teach you to cook a fish over a fire without a frying pan!

Can we stay warm and comfortable? Can we catch enough food to keep our energy levels up using just line and a hook?

We use a saw and basic tools to make a bushcrafter shelter in the a Northern Canadian forest using materials around us like conifer bows and cedar.

I attempt a friction fire using primitive technology - a cedar spindle, hearth board, and some birch bark and cedar shavings for a tinder bundle. Can I get a fire lite in tough winter conditions?

Can you eat snow? Find out! Will I be able to keep my wife warm and avoid frost bite?

How do you catch a fish with just line and a tree?

My bushcraft knife is by Grohmann knives!

Gear and Products & Sponsors Used

Grohmann Knives: www.gknives.com

Trout & Bird: http://www.gknives.com/index.php/products/outdoor/hunting-knives/1-original-design-182-detail

Survival: http://www.gknives.com/index.php/products/outdoor/hunting-knives/4-survival-detail

Woodobo Spice [Good on Fish, Bird & Muskrat - So far!]

2 table spoons salt
1 table spoon paprika
2 teaspoons pepper
1 1/2 teaspoons onion powder
1 1/2 teaspoons dried oregano
1 1/2 teaspoons ground cumin
1 teaspoon garlic powder
1 teaspoon chilli powder (optional - I don't add this)

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