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PikefingersIcon...26-04-2019 @ 07:28 
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I also like Bear Grylls as well as Ray Mears.

Hereís another random one to throw in the mix - Steve Irwin (RIP). What if you found yourself stuck somewhere where everything can kill you?

As to survival skills of Sugdeners - Paulís fishing skills are a good shout. I also fish and quite like anything outdoor-related including making fires in tricky situations.
The_Lone_WolfIcon...26-04-2019 @ 08:49 
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Pikefingers said:I also like Bear Grylls as well as Ray Mears.

Hereís another random one to throw in the mix - Steve Irwin (RIP). What if you found yourself stuck somewhere where everything can kill you?

As to survival skills of Sugdeners - Paulís fishing skills are a good shout. I also fish and quite like anything outdoor-related including making fires in tricky situations.


Steve Irwin... What a legend!!!

I took a day off work when he died, absolutely gutted.

I recently got my 2 youngest kids into his shows, and they love him.
slimsimIcon...26-04-2019 @ 09:57 
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Pikefingers said:I also like Bear Grylls as well as Ray Mears.

Hereís another random one to throw in the mix - Steve Irwin (RIP). What if you found yourself stuck somewhere where everything can kill you?

As to survival skills of Sugdeners - Paulís fishing skills are a good shout. I also fish and quite like anything outdoor-related including making fires in tricky situations.



Nah, I'm not having that. Steve Irwin is not a survival expert. That's like saying, what if you found yourself stuck under a heavy weight. Kirill Sarychev would be the best person to help you "survive".

That said, Paul Savage's fishing skills are legendary. Sitting it wait for hours on end in near absolute zero temperature conditions, 100% focussed on the slightest dip on his float and reactions that would impress a mongoose.

I think Savage might be the man.
BillytheoldIcon...26-04-2019 @ 12:36 
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Snake Pliskin
danbaseleyIcon...26-04-2019 @ 13:11 
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Billytheold said:Snake Pliskin


You'd get my vote Billy.

Or, Snake Pliskin - if he posts on here?

Grin
PaulSavageIcon...26-04-2019 @ 15:59 
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slimsim said:
Nah, I'm not having that. Steve Irwin is not a survival expert. That's like saying, what if you found yourself stuck under a heavy weight. Kirill Sarychev would be the best person to help you "survive".
That said, Paul Savage's fishing skills are legendary. Sitting it wait for hours on end in near absolute zero temperature conditions, 100% focussed on the slightest dip on his float and reactions that would impress a mongoose.
I think Savage might be the man.

To be fair you are pretty much describing all match anglers of any kind of decent level there. My brother hit his float multiple times at 11m whilst putting his ground bait in at the team England trials, that's true high level s**t.
PeteHodgsonIcon...26-04-2019 @ 16:41 
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Steve Backshaw!
PikefingersIcon...26-04-2019 @ 17:16 
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Paula Radcliffe wouldnít have any problem with finding somewhere to take a s**t.
Funky_monkeyIcon...27-04-2019 @ 12:26 
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Bear Grylls does stupid s**t for the camera. Why not cook the bugs by boiling them, making your drinking water safer, lessening the risk of consuming parasites, and lessening the risk of diarrhoea all in one fell swoop?

Ray Mears is a lot more practical.
Funky_monkeyIcon...27-04-2019 @ 12:27 
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You lot fish with alarms and bells. What a bunch of pansies. Where will you find an alarm in the woods? Sit down and read a book - hours of sitting is NOT awesome fishing!
slow_lift_joeIcon...29-04-2019 @ 17:17 
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The other survival people you have to respect are the sea mariners who sail around the world single handed on a boat in the middle of the ocean/oceans in gales, storms and sometimes a hurricane.

An area around the Southern Ocean is too far away from land for any long range aircraft to get to and return to land in the same flight, it is called the "Hole"

"Drakes Passage " "Cape Horn" "Strait of Malacca Lightening Alley"

Happy

I will stick to land and the odd bit of kayaking.
RickIcon...29-04-2019 @ 21:14 
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None of us are dead*, so we're all survival experts for the moment.

* if you are, step away from the keyboard kthx

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