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Eating FISH STOMACH! Primitive ROCK SMOKER for Delicious MAPLE GLAZED Spruce Trout Ep11

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We get dropped in the middle of the WILD NORTH in a float plane by RED LAKE Outfitters in order to fish and catch and cook our way out! FULL PLAYLIST: https://tinyurl.com/yao2e95b


Red Lake Outfitters: https://www.redlakeoutfitters.com/

Harlan: https://www.youtube.com/user/solotripper

In this episode we catch and cook a lake trout and cook it very traditionally using a primitive rock smoker filled with spruce covered in woodobo spices and maple syrup turned back from maple sugar. I will show you how to remove the bones completely from the trout.

We include historical supplies including corn flour, animal fats, pemmican, and much more while making use of all the foraging we can muster to create wild historically accurate meals!

We light fires using magnifying glasses, flint and steel!

The sunsets are fantastic in the far North!

Follow us as we portage our way through as Early Voyageurs and Courier des Bois.

Jeremy (One Wildcrafter): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCy7HUXYD7Ua6zPR384d1ETg

Townsends: https://www.youtube.com/user/jastownsendandson

This whole trip takes place in Woodland Caribou Provincial Park where our objective is to catch and eat as many fish as possible including walleye, pike and of course, the most prized lake trout! We'll fish from a canoe, travel by historical portage routes and explore the deep unspoiled boreal forest.

We travel in and around active forest fires, dodging as we go to get at our neat wild cooked meal! We cook fish over fire, tent, and paddle our way through Canada's most underused provincial park to enjoy world class fishing where almost every cast is a fish!

We use all our skills to navigate the park, portage over rocky boulders and explore the wild north. We have to portage all our gear as we go!

We'll get into wild edibles including blueberries, raspberries, bunch berries, wild currants and more!


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