Awesome This episode, Greg and Zach head into the mountains to their first site and spend a lot of the first two days catching and cooking fish from the nearby lake. In order to preserve food for the long journey ahead, Greg builds a primitive bushcraft fish smoker in spite of relentless rain.
There’s only one rule for the 30 Day Survival Challenge: If you want to eat, you got to Catch and Cook it.
Greg is a self-taught survivalist from Canal Flats, British Colombia, who, since he was a boy, has read nearly every book on the topic. When he is not out in the wilderness, he is a professional dry-waller.
He started his first bow drill fire when he was thirteen and spent the next forty years learning bushcraft and studying plants and edibles. He has even developed some of his own survival techniques and is a skilled hunter with both a bow and a slingshot.
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