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What is the Best Fire Starter for your Bushcraft Camp

Posted by Jamie Canterbury on September 30, 2019   •   bushcraft, bushcraft camp, Ferro Rod, fire starting, flint and steel

What is the Best Fire Starter for your Bushcraft Camp

Is the Ferro Rod the Best Firestarter for your Bushcraft Camp? A fire pit or fire ring at your bushcraft camp will likely be a place of gathering. It will be where meals are cooked and eaten, and it might be a place where stories are exchanged. To be effective...

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Fire Starting: Learn Next Fire Mentality with Flint and Steel

Posted by Jamie Canterbury on July 30, 2019   •   Ferro Rod, fire starting, flint and steel

Fire Starting: Learn Next Fire Mentality with Flint and Steel

The type of fatigue that affects your body after a day of mountain hiking and fishing is unique. It can make things like setting up camp and starting a fire very arduous. You cannot force a fire to start after a long day of hiking. I have failed to start...

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Flint and Steel and Other Primitive Methods to make Fire

Posted by Jamie Canterbury on September 14, 2018   •   fire starting, flint and steel

Flint and Steel and Other Primitive Methods to make Fire
Fire from nothing. It’s the challenge to all survivalists and bushcrafters. It’s a right of passage in these ranks. Can you bring fire to life without the conveniences of modern technology? Can you do once what your ancestors did every day sometimes multiple times in a day? Learn more about primitive fire starting methods in this post.

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