looks like a total blast Bergmann.
And btw, I grew up eating squirrel, (and catfish, turtles, pheasants, quail, deer, etc, etc) to those who have never eaten it, it is damn good eating if cooked right.
Its hard work.
Things worth doing usually are. Good stuff.
I wished more ppl understood that too..
Of course it is…
but hard work and having a good time are not mutually exclusive.
One dozen 110 conibear traps and you will be eating all the squirrel you need. I know that would not work while in the middle of small unit actions, but if in your AO you could set these up they can sure keep you fed. In your ruck I would recommend snares for the weight. 1 doz snares equals only ounces. For calories expended it beats hunting.
I concur..Such tasks are on the list of list. In a secure base such types of harvests are appropriate. One guy went and got his trapping license for when we do it.
Good photo’s of temp shelters and use of tarps and zeltban.
Im a huge fan of canvas ..especially camo canvas..
I have to ask Bergmann what is your day job. Love your site but can not find this on it (with my luck its on every page).
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