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Rather than regale you with tales of elation, woe, steep climbs, desperate fishing, Kamikazee sheep, cows with bells on, French folk dumping behind rocks, great banter, useful hipflasks, chopping down dead pine limbs with an axe on a cliff edge, Bushcraft discussion (apparently Ray Mears doesn’t do bushcraft anymore because its ‘too commercial’- who on earth would you hold responsible for such a thing?), contemplating rolling large boulders into mountain lakes and dodging rock falls, I’m just going to present a series of pictures….painting a thousand words and all that.
Glamping: hunter wellies and short shorts, yurts, tipis, gigantic gas ranges, slick fire pits, shitters with a view to die for and a heftus price tag to boot- strictly for media types, Cotswolders, Chelsea wenches and people with money to burn looking for a “wild” experience. As a person with a degree in Archaeology, I obviously have a bit of a soft spot for old stuff. The micro adventure was coined by Al Humphreys, still inspired by the series of adventure talks from last week, I felt I should try one on for size. It’s pretty tough to find a foodstuff in the wild like bread; it’s actually nigh on impossible. The problem these days is not the way in which you come across the animals you can eat, but method of dispatch.
I have used many of these traps and they are all fairly humane, as long as they are regularly checked.
This is a good way of catching squirrels especially if the pole is baited, I myself have had a squirrel pole set for two days without anything happening. A useful method for a variety of prey, set on a game trail, this method can turn out, squirrels, rabbits, pigeons, game and even rats. This method of snaring wildfowl was certainly developed out of a need for complete un-detection. This is by far the most effective way of fishing for survival as it involves very little energy being used.
I have just been playing on the internet and have come across some cunning little devices with which to pass the summer. Not quite an original name as before but a superb product all the same, comes in two styles. It was on a hot, humid Wednesday evening last summer that I was sitting at my Juliet balcony enjoying a nice cold beer and contemplating the possible prospects the approaching weekend had to offer after a heavy week of work. Meanwhile on the TV, Ray Mears was strutting his stuff in the wilds of Britain, building shelters, eating ants and making fire from sticks.
Then it hit me, why not go down to the country and do just that a weekend in the woods surviving off the land (to a certain degree) and sleeping rough? Friday arrived and a wave of relief and excitement washed over me as I packed up all my necessary items for the journey ahead.
After a quick scout of the area, we found the ideal spot to make our camp for the next few days. Once we had staked our claim on our delightful patch of forest floor the first thing on the agenda was to build a fire place, which in any camp and for our ancestors was essentially the main focal point of a settlement. The abundance of hazel was a real godsend, there really is no better building material found in the forest and this versatile wood can be used for all manner of things, as you will see in due course. The one thing I was really looking forward to was the chance to base all our meals on the availability of what was on offer in our immediate surroundings.
The nightline consists of a foot long peg of hazel, sharpened at one end and with three metres of strong fishing line (4-8lbs) tied to the other end, then I tied on a hook and two small bb fishing weights (shot).
The rest afternoon was left to laze about in glorious lawlessness and do some ambient gathering of wild greens for supper.
One of the tastiest things we tried was wrapping the cooked beef in wild garlic leaves, see below, this added some really fresh flavour to the perfectly cooked meat.
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When it comes to camping or a Ray Mears inspired weekend in the wild, people tend to reach for the canned rubbish, nuts and the delightful rank mattesons sausage….hmmm. A bag of flour is one of the most useful additions to your camping larder and I rarely spend a few days in the woods without it.
The sense of the achievable is also a huge factor, the connection with the land around you and knowing that you have read it correctly and set your trap in the right place in order to secure food.
The snare itself is quite often made from a short hazel peg and a length of twisted brass wire with a running loop.
The first two are derived from old English poaching methods (The New poachers handbook by Ian Niall, Heinmann: 1960). In most cases it is best to be in easy reach of a river or lake for a variety of reasons, mainly for fish.
A bit more labour intensive, yields smaller fish but once it is built it can be checked constantly and requires little or no maintenance. I just had to point these out to you guys as I cannot wait to get my hands on one, no longer will I have to lug around a large steel grill in my fishing bag! I think as far as the city dweller goes not only will you look the cutting edge of bbq technology when meeting friends in the park, but you will probably get a pat on the back from the park keeper for not trashing the grass.
It was nearing the end of the month, cash flow was down to a minimum and most of my friends were all booked up. This was nothing new to me (apart from eating ants) growing up in the middle of the forest, making camps and building fires were commonplace from an early age and I began to reminisce about those happy, carefree days when such things as rent and working for a living were a long way off in the distance. To many of you this may sound absolutely ridiculous and more of a chore than a relaxing week in the country. Luckily, I had the Friday off, as the life of a freelancer flits from ridiculous hours for days on end to a gentle trickle of the odd day here and until the vicious circle starts again. There is a strange thing that happens when making the transition from the city to the middle of the woods. Our kit list for the expedition was relatively small and consisted of tools for the job and a few creature comforts. With the fire pit dug and our cunning method for supporting the pan: four Y-shaped sticks at either side of the pit and some freshly cut lengths of hazel rested on top, the next step was to build our shelters. True we had got some food in the event that nature would manage to outwit us and leave our stomachs empty, but as they say chance favours the prepared mind, my fishing gear and the river being the most obvious of companions, I set about making an age old poaching device which allowed for maximum fishing potential with minimum effort on my behalf. Wild garlic was an obvious contender as the smell of it had barely left my nostrils all afternoon due to its abundance. This means you may not be able to perform the much-needed tasks to survive.Digesting foods will also increase your core body temperature, which can help prevent hypothermia in cold climates. The steps required depend on the terms of the manufacturer's minimum advertised price policy. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. You may choose to opt-out of receiving our Emails anytime by simply clicking the unsubscribe button on our emails. You also agree not to provide or upload any content which is defamatory, threatening, distasteful, racist, unlawful or otherwise objectionable.
I must admit- It’s not really mine, for me there has to be a purpose: a reason to venture off into the unknown. Having recently relocated to Perpignan on the Med side of the Pyrenees and a keen brother of the Angle himself, he was the perfect companion. Traffic, Gendarmerie, lycra and sweaty people creeped through the mountain passes in 30C heat. Sling the machete and bed roll on the back, don’t forget the water bottle and head out to the countryside in search of peace, relaxation and some flickering flames. Foie gras for starters followed by chateaubriand on the barbie and a few bottles of Petrus 2005…darling.
Another relic of bygone days that still rings true to the caveman within is the concept of “home” and in this case the intrigue held by caves. For survival that’s all well and good, energy rich food is generally top of the list, but this isn’t about survival. Not only is it packed with carbohydrates, something often scarce in the outback unless you want a diet of roots.
To enable you to get a sneaky taste of the good stuff, you have to take part in the demise of your creature of choice. Legality and cruelty to animals is taken very seriously, thus doing things the old fashioned way is frowned upon. Again this method employs a wire noose and a couple of poles can be placed against a few trees in a wood, ideally against a tree which holds a Drey (squirrels ‘nest’). Again it helps to bait this trap and ideally know what animal you are after in order to select the correct height to set the trigger stick.
The more set the higher chance of success, fishing line or thin cord is threaded through raisins or berries (about 6 to 7 on 5 foot of line). Once the duck has taken the bait and the hook is set, the duck’s movement will make the stone drop pulling the duck into deeper water drowning it. The pole is about 4ft in height and the snare wire is attached to a stone, which is kept in place by a thin pencil sized stick.
Set them before night falls, check them around Midnight, remove your catch (most likely Eels) and rebait for checking in the morning. I have seen many an Aussie or South African leaving those big burnt patches when their not behind the bar and its not a pretty sight.
But then why not escape the city and spend a couple of days in peace and tranquillity without police sirens, heavy traffic and people clogging the pavements like herded cattle?

A mild case of disorientation and deafening silence of your immediate surroundings really is food for the soul and a better remedy for stress than I have ever known.
We had our pocket sheath knives, machetes, hatchet, bungees, cord, folding saw, leatherman, fishing gear, frying pan and candles. The key to building a shelter like this is to first lie on the floor and mark out how wide it should be so you can lie comfortably inside, then cut all the lengths of hazel you will need to build the frame. The idea behind a nightline is very simple and in most cases extremely effective, as long as the water holds fish of some form. As well as this we gathered a load of young nettle tops, dandelion leaves, jack by the hedge, a handful of sorrel and some cow parsley.
While you can forage for food in a wilderness environment, many times more calories and energy is expended than what you would gain for all of your efforts. Taking these steps allows eBay to show you the seller's great price consistent with eBay's goal of always bringing consumers like you the lowest possible prices on the widest selection of products. The only thing Google Earth won’t help you with until you find yourself in the thick of it, is the terrain which isn’t obvious from a bird’s eye perspective.
More often than not, that reason has scales, a penchant for worms and makes damned fine eating.
So, through that wonderful invention used by ex-pats across the globe, we arranged everything over Skype and planned to meet at midday on a Tuesday.
Having recently proof read my first book, a weighty tome of over 300 pages of tree dwelling escapades, I noted I had mentioned in the intro that I was no eco-warrior, hmmmm…I feel the whole experience of low impact, self-sufficient living has actually changed me more than I thought. Because I had a real fascination in the subject and I suppose I felt it would make me a more knowledgeable fellow, certainly I found whenever I had banter with the generation above they would always show interest, often ending with “Gosh, that takes seven years to qualify doesn’t it?” Err no that’s Architecture…another drink sir? This a culinary ‘survival’ pack that is for the gastronome who intends to make the most out of what they can find in the fields, woods and meadows. It is for these reasons I would discourage anyone to go ahead and set any of these traps, but for those of you willing to get your hands dirty you will almost certainly be rewarded! I pay great respect to the people who have developed these cunning methods of capture throughout the centuries, especially the poachers of old England who managed to provide for their starving families, without which some of you may not even be here today. The same principle applies to the spring snare below only the spring snare suspends the prey off the ground away from other predators.
The principle is, the bird will take the bait eating along the line, by the time it gets to the last morsel it has about 4 foot of line in its gut and is well and truly stuck. When the bird lands on the perch, its weight will force the pencil sized stick down and the snare will tighten around the birds feet suspending upside down in the air ready for collection…don’t use too heavy a stone otherwise you might take the legs clean off! Can catch almost every type of fish, I once caught an Eel which a Pike had decided to take and the result was 2 for 1! Food wise we took a quick trip to the local supermarket and came out with a packet of bacon, two large rump steaks, bread rolls, a bag of spinach, corn on the cob, three red onions, a pack of butter, salt & pepper. The next step is to sharpen five of the best lengths at one end, then bend all five pieces so they will not break once stuck in the ground and tied into place. As I have fished this river on more than one occasion I know it holds a good head of eels, wild brown trout, perch, chub, gudgeon and of course top of the food chain and most fearsome of all, the pike. The last three were essentially for flavouring the fish I had not yet caught and the steaks we would almost certainly devour. In fact, once you start showing a negative calorie gain then foraging for food is not beneficial in the short term.Prepare To Get Lost or StrandedHikers, hunters and other outdoor enthusiast that end up lost or stranded do not always survive and the ones who do survive may have suffered greatly during their ordeal. The plan was to have one night in the mountains and the second night in the valley by one of the rivers. On a recent stopover at a friends flat in London, I noticed he was using bottles of Caledonian “spring water” instead of using tap water: fair enough London water isn’t the most tasty and rumoured to have high levels of oestrogen, perhaps the thought of a pair of moobs had brought about the dependence on bottled water? Society today is hell bent on the suppression of the old way of life…should we move into the 21st century forgetting all of which got us where we are today?
Another form of this snare is to set a line with a baited hook…animal rights eat your heart out. This particular part of the countryside boasted a beautiful stretch of the River Ouse (the fish course), a selection of different trees from hazel and oak to birch and pine (the building materials and fuel for the fire), plenty of fresh wild greens including carpets of wild garlic coating the forest floor (the vegetarian course) and the odd pheasant call around us that indicated to a possible meat course. For our essential liquids: four large bottles of water, two bottles of red wine, a large bell jar of cripple cock cider (we are in the country after all) and a small bottle of whisky in case we got cold, of course!
The rest, as you can see from the pictures is fairly straightforward, the off cuts from all the hazel lengths were perfect for covering the shelters to make them “waterproof”, having said that the heat wave predicted for the weekend meant rain was unlikely. The three species that took my fancy from a culinary perspective were eel, trout and perch.
The area I had picked out in the mountains, just south of the town of Bareges, had a good cluster of lakes at around 2,200m (quite high up- Ben Nevis is 1,344m) in all shapes and sizes. I did question why he bothered with bottled water, but to be honest carbon footprints probably mean little to an investment banker, after all…what’s Evian spelt backwards?
I would say yes, if your talking free range and a healthy diet then the meat you get will almost certainly reflect those two attributes. I don’t think you would find many hunter-gatherers saying to one and other; “Probably shouldn’t use that trap because it might hurt the animal and I don’t want to be responsible for killing it…”. It has a surface area allowing 560g of food to sizzle on its surface and is even dishwasher friendly, shame as I don’t have one it could be friendly with, but hand washing is still the best! We had all the basic ingredients; it was know left to us to come up with the menu for a successful weekend. The best thing about them is there primitive, caveman appeal (its all in the thickness, about 5 times that of a bamboo skewer!). This means that a 72-hour supply of food would weigh around six pounds using the two meals a day recommendation.
The only prep they required was to strip off the skin and sharpen one end, as they were freshly cut and still damp, we had no worries of them burning in the fire.
Regardless of the time you expect to be gone, you should always prepare to become lost by carrying enough food and water to last three days.The typical MRE is roughly 1,200 calories and under normal circumstances, this is lower than the recommended daily amount of calories for the average adult. There is the same old argument stating the fact that why would you need to do this when you can buy your meat in a shop. However, if you realize you are lost or have become stranded you can ration your foods to last longer.
I believe the answer to this is three-fold, its called living (because life can pass you by without ever having truly felt the male instinct to hunt and provide and act on it), the meat is too good and of course it is free food.
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