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The GOAL of the SURVIVAL CHALLENGE is simple: GAIN or MAINTAIN, body weight eating only WILD FOODS! FULL PLAYLIST:

Episodes will run every TUESDAY and FRIDAY 10 a.m. EST.

How to Make Beaver Lure with Adam Craig:


Join me and Zach Fowler winner of Season 3 of ALONE on the History Channel.


We weight-in and weigh-out and if we lose any body mass at all, we have FAILED the challenge!

Unlike Naked and Afraid, ALONE, or Survivorman, there is no limit to the tools we are allowed to use on this survival challenge. Living off just WILD foods is harder than you think! If it’s legal, it’s fair use. Sometime we even do some bushcraft, but the main focus is really on eating wild foods, wild edibles and catching and cooking various foods.

This isn’t about just surviving, this is about thriving!

Season 4: Northern Autumn, takes place in Northern Ontario with vast opens seasons including fish, catfish, pike, trout, birds such as grouse, duck, and geese, bear, deer, and moose. Also wild apples, mushrooms, berries, and so much more. We make use of all the resources in this challenge to meet the demands for calories imposed by the human body!

In this episode we pursue nuisance beavers on private property with the help of Adam Craig Outudoors. Please visit his channel here:

Beaver are surprisingly easy to trap and offer a ton of nutrients to the forager. A real staple item! Beaver is also great eating, usually very full of fats crucial to surviving long term in the wild.

Guests on this series:

Zach Fowler:

Mathew Hawthorne (book a bear hunt):

Jeremy (One Wildcrafter):

Adam Craig:

Rob the Bear hunter!


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24 Responses

  1. The Wooded Beardsman says:

    Cleaning Beaver (unlisted, age restricted):

    How to Make Beaver Lure with Adam Craig:

  2. SuperPenguin5495 says:

    Season 5 – Surviving winter in northern canada!

  3. Rob Smith says:

    Crab apples and beaver

  4. Professor X says:

    Love your videos

  5. James Daw says:

    Nice looking beaver you got there. I seen a nice looking beaver last night as well but I live in Texas so are beaver are hair less.

    My guess is -6.3

  6. Don Harrus says:

    I had a chance with a beaver double once…best night of my life boys.

  7. Livid Hayseed says:

    Somebody likes Primus.

  8. Andreas Oloan Sihotang says:

    Two beaver's are better than one

  9. Samuel Jurado says:

    Legend has it he likes every comment

  10. M L says:

    wish i was raised learning how to do stuff like this…

  11. Mick Wakefield says:

    In England where animals are the least savage in the world, us men like to eat another type of beaver.

  12. Benjamin Touchet says:


  13. Roy Forrest says:

    If you're truly an outdoorsman DON'T HIDE THE HARVEST!!!!!!!!! It's just as important as all the rest of the experience of the whole video you're showing if you hide the Harvest then you are hiding part of the most important part of the whole video you've got to show all of it the Harvest the cleaning of the animal all of it I mean this is a hunter gatherer survival type video you don't hide any of it and anyone who doesn't want to see this type of video doesn't need to watch it.

  14. Mali McAllister says:

    I vote to protect the wolfs

  15. Sean Adams says:


  16. Brad Griffin says:

    Do Beaver breed like rats?

  17. Brad Griffin says:

    I haven't had a chance to watch this series. I'm about to though. If you see this, here's a heads up. There is another campaign going on in North America at the moment claiming that Australia is decimating their Kangaroo population. Just sayin', as an Aussie that has lived in the bush more than the city, there is NO risk of kangaroos being killed off by humans. Kangaroos and wallabies are effectively perpetually pregnant. Drought tends to slow their breeding down, but certainly not in numbers that make a blip in the populations. Mainstream media shows mobs of roos being displaced in suburbia and scream extinction. I guess it's the same with Black bears.

  18. Kiwiboii Supertramp says:

    But if the increasing number of wolfes and coyotes results in sinking Beaver numbers, shouldn't the numbers of trapping licenses be lowered in return to ensure a balance.

  19. Adam Evening says:

    I love killing keystone species!

  20. greg joyner says:

    Oh! THAT beaver.

  21. Dylan Young says:

    Crab apples are awesome

  22. SquirrelKnight says:

    Big wet hairy beaver…
    Wait, I thought I left pornhub a few Minutes ago.

  23. Jeric Escullar says:

    You killed innocent animal

  24. Katrina Florez says:

    Ok. I'm in love with Adam. 🙂

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