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None of us want to be without food or water, none of us want to figure out how to start a fire with absolutely nothing, but with most SHTF scenarios these are real possibilities. Learning these skills are free (for the most part) and some are more important than others.
With all of the information right at our fingertip’s, and with YouTube university there to show us how to do just about anything, there is really no reason why we can’t learn some of these skills. Below is a list of 10 wilderness survival skills everyone should know, after that I have added some things that are not necessarily “Survival skills” but will be helpful to know in any disaster scenario. There are a bunch of links to great information in this post, so you might want to bookmark it so you can find it later. If you live in the city or an urban area you need to think outside the box trying to find water. Learning to start a fire when you have nothing other than what is around you is critical in any survival situation.
There are quite a few methods of starting fire like a bow drill, flint and steel, and you can even use the power of the sun (Video Below). Knowing how to build shelter is important for a few different reasons, the main one being to protect you from the elements. Even if you have no plans on surviving in the wild, the basic building process is the same, so by learning these wilderness skills you can transfer them to an urban setting.
It always a good idea to know what plants you can use in the wilderness that will help you if you don’t have access to your first aid kit. This video talks about plants like Plantain, Yarrow and old man’s beard (usnea.) This is part one of two.
Fishing might be the easiest way to find meat in a survival situation, but even this takes practice. The video above shows how to make a snare, but there are many other traps you can set as well.
Hunting for food is one thing when you have a rifle and some ammo, but what would you do if you didn’t? Most people in this country would like to believe that the meat they buy in the grocery store was never actually alive and would have no idea what it takes to get that meat on their table. If you have the ability to raise chickens or rabbits I suggest you do, even if it is only a couple. Along with weapons to hunt, you are going feel more comfortable if you have some sort of weapon for self-defense. If you are lucky enough to catch something in your snare trap you are going to need a way to cook it. A compass not only comes in handy in the middle of the woods, it will help you in the city as well.


I chose not to add tracking into the hunting portion of this list because tracking can include humans as well. Here is a great video series from the MainePrepper on YouTube that goes through tracking and counter tracking techniques.
There are some other things that wouldn’t necessarily be considered “skills” but are equally important in any survival situation.
Filed Under: Beginning Prepping, Featured Posts, Prepping Skills, Survival Skills About DaleSurvival and being prepared should not only be a passion, it should be a lifestyle. I don't believe that the end of the world will be the "end of the world" I believe it will be the end of the world as we know it now. Enter your email address to subscribe to Survivalist Prepper and receive notifications of new posts by email. By Dale 2 Comments Let’s face it, the chances of any of us becoming the next Les Stroud or Dave Canterbury are slim to none, as a matter of fact some of you might not even want to. While it’s nice to have all the supplies we do, we need to have a plan B, a plan for surviving when we have nothing but the tools in our head.
For example, learning how to make a debri hut will teach you the basics of constructing a shelter and how gravity can work for you, or against you. Rivers and parks might be contaminated with chemicals, but there are other places to look for water.
You can “tap” a tree depending on the time of year and tree, or you can dig a hole and make a solar still. Dave Canterbury explains water purification techniques in this video below, and this video shows 7 ways to find water. It never hurts to learn some of these, but make sure and practice…it’s not as easy as it looks on TV. This video shows how to build a debri hut, but there are literally hundreds of different ways to build a shelter.
In the city you might have some premade supplies available, in the wilderness you will have to make your own. As I wrote in this article “The benefit of fishing is that the effort is not substantial compared to the payoff. Learning where to set your snares and where the animals are will determine your success, or at least give you better odds. Learning how to make an atlatl, a simple slingshot or a long bow like I did is the first step in hunting without a gun, the second step is learning how to effectively use it…easier said than done. If you have never cleaned wild game it might be a little intimidating at first, but it gets easier over time. This will give you an idea about what it will take to put food on the table in a post collapse situation.


We would all like to believe that people are all nice and polite, but we know that wont be the case in a SHTF situation. A simple axe takes more than a sharp rock and a tree branch, you need to be able to make string and tie everything together. Being able to cook your food is a collection of a few different skills, making fire, making tools like a container and actually catching something to eat. In an urban area you might be able to find something metal to cook in, in a rural area you might be cooking everything campfire style. If you found yourself in an unknown part of town could you get out safely without going the wrong direction? If you are trying to avoid a dangerous situation it’s a good idea to know how someone might be tracking you.
Your physical fitness is going to be very important, If you’re not prepared physically to travel 10 miles on foot, or you are not ready for some hard labor working on your homestead, your well thought out plan might not work out as well as you thought it would. This I would consider a skill to some extent, the better you are at haggling, the better trades you will be able to make. This video explains exactly what being the gray man means and how it is critical to your safety. Or what else do you think is important in a SHTF situation where you are left with nothing but the cloths on your back? The definition of a prepper is "An individual or group that prepares or makes preparations in advance of, or prior to, any change in normal circumstances, without substantial resources from outside sources" Like the Government, police etc. Even though you might not have any plans on surviving in the wilderness like Grizzly Adams, some of these wilderness survival skills should be part of your preparedness plan. If you’re out of food, having something to hunt with is more important than a water filter. There ae some wilderness survival foods that are available just about everywhere such as cattails and a few others I have listed in this post. When time gets rough and resources are limited people will do whatever it takes to survive. I wrote a post about using a map and compass to find out where you are and get you direction if the answer is no. The last thing we want to do is make the wrong turn and find ourselves right in the middle of chaos.



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