OutdoorHub Editor: Keenan Crow   09.14.20 A Saskatchewan man faces potential wildlife harassment charges and could be hit with hefty fines after allegedly using a slingshot to fling projectiles at a cougar in Banff National Park. CBC News Canada reports a 40-year-old man (who’s name has not be released to the public) has been charged with two offences under National Parks Wildlife Regulations....
Yes! I have finally got round to building a fire pit for my bushcraft camp/shelter. It’s really coming along now, with two shelters: The ‘A” frame and the lean-to. I also have the perimeter walls up and the bushcraft table and bench. So many great comments coming from you guys and suggestions for the camp. Thank you so much...
Eat what you catch is the series all about eating the food that you scavenge for in the wild. In the first episode TA Outdoors and Bushcraft Tools head to a small river to hand catch signal crayfish that burrow under the rocks and boulders of the river. They take the fresh crayfish or crawfish back to the viking...
OutdoorHub Editor: Keenan Crow   09.08.20 If you’re like me, a good hunting film can captivate you for an entire afternoon. So, if you’re getting the itch like I am during these final days of summer, allow this DIY Kansas bowhunting film to quench your thirst for the chase. It’s no secret that Kansas is home to some big ol’ whitetail bucks, and...
I show you how to make a survival zip tie using 550 paracord. There are many uses for paracord, and one of the most useful things to do with left over pieces of paracord is to make a zip tie for your bug out bag or bushcraft backpack. Using the cobra weave method, you can turn 3-4 feet lengths...
OutdoorHub Editor: Keenan Crow   08.31.20 Which style of treestand are you running this year? Perhaps you’re still making a game plan for this fall and weighing your options between a ladder stand, a climber, or a hang on treestand. While there’s really no right or wrong choice between the three styles, there are some advantages and disadvantages to each. However, that’s...
Join us on this short adventure as my dog Jaxx experience’s snow under his paws for the first time ever! As expected, my dog goes absolutely crazy for it. Dad tries to film him with the slow motion camera and I get close up shots. Jaxx had a blast, it is safe to say he loves the snow! It...
I’ve made some big changes to the bushcraft camp since the previous update video. As well as finishing the perimeter walls, I built a log store, completely redesigned the primary shelter, and improved the secondary shelter setup. I bought my puppy Jaxx along with me (breed – Jack Russell Terrier). He loves coming to the camp! It’s his den...
I head to the bushcraft camp with my dog and cook a t-bone steak over the fire for the show us your steak challenge. The challenge was created by Hazey from Haze Outdoors. The idea is that you cook a steak on the fire, and talk about men’s mental health to help raise awareness. This is an important topic...
I head back to Alec Steele’s workshop to forge my own custom Hatchet. Alec taught me how to forge with a sledge hammer as well as how to put a handle on an axe.SUBSCRIBE TO ALEC’S CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/alecsteele Learning to forge with Alec has been a fantastic experience! We used 1055 steel for the axe head, and ash for the...

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