This SURVIVAL SKILL could Save Your LIFE! Make FIRE in WET WEATHER!
Knowing how to make a fire is one of the fundamental outdoor and survival skills. But people rarely practice fire making in the rain. Whether you’re out for a short hike or tarp camping in the northwoods, this survival hack could save your life. In this bushcraft skills video Clay Hayes shows you some ferro rod techniques and how to start a fire in a downpour. The goal is to find dry tinder but all the fine fuels are wet. But the interior wood from standing dead snags contain dry wood. The key is that they’re standing up straight. We’ll cut firewood and split it into kindling. Then select a piece of wood with straight grain to make a feather stick which will catch a spark from a ferro rod. Clay was the winner of Alone Season 8 where he survived months alone in the wilderness and used a ferro rod to start fires on a daily basis.
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