survival on lake lippin 1


bushcraft. wilderness food preparation. plant identification. wilderness survival techniques. remote wilderness setting. filmed on a remote forest lake

18 Comments on "survival on lake lippin 1"

  1. people watch tooooooooooo much tv

  2. What type of bag did you put the berries in?

  3. FlingBoogers | August 26, 2010 at 8:24 pm |

    @trapperjacksurvival Wow, that’s really out there.. thanks for the info….

  4. trapperjacksurvival | August 26, 2010 at 9:18 pm |

    @FlingBoogers Lake Lippin is close to the St. Johns river Basin10 miles south East of the Ocala national forest. Lake Lippin is Part of the Grasshopper chain of lakes that divides the swampy river basin from the upland pine forest.

  5. FlingBoogers | August 26, 2010 at 9:38 pm |

    where is this lake???

  6. Green Dean ,seems he’s describing a redish braken of sorts . It maybe some form of eather Piptoporus betulinus ( razor strop) , or Flammulina Velutipes (horse shoe) I haven’t come across it either didn’t know tinder fungi grew on cherry trees ! but nature doesn’t grow according to man’s rules of science eather .. I’m still looking thou !

  7. MudfishJones | August 26, 2010 at 10:54 pm |

    thanks for your video’s. I’m form S.C and it’s great to see somebody shooting some southern bushcraft vids

  8. EatTheWeeds | August 26, 2010 at 11:02 pm |

    I tried googling that but all I got was your video.

  9. trapperjacksurvival | August 26, 2010 at 11:46 pm |

    shavingsfrom the red hot brackrt fungus, that gt=rows on wild cherry trees.

  10. EatTheWeeds | August 27, 2010 at 12:13 am |

    Please, what did you flake your spark into?

  11. trapperjacksurvival | August 27, 2010 at 12:39 am |

    that is a Camillus”savage” standard belt knife issued to WW2 core of engineers.
    it was passed on to me by my grandfather(tank mechanic)

  12. what kind of knife is that

  13. great videos mate, keep up the great work

  14. trapperjacksurvival | August 27, 2010 at 2:42 am |

    the boletes have a very subtle flavor. they easily take on the flavor of other foods.when saute’d they have a meaty taste that goes well with beef or venison

  15. lol thankyou berry bush, awesome 5 stars
    what does the boletus mushroom taste like?

  16. trapperjacksurvival | August 27, 2010 at 3:24 am |

    there are alligators in that lake. they can aproach a camper. i will often erect a barricade of brush or trees to ward off unwanted animals. so i make use of thickets and briar patches for that purpose.

  17. Nice campsite. A teepee fire is good as it produces a nice bed of coals. Do you have problems with alligators at night ?

  18. good video 5/5

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