Building a Hunting Camp in the Woods

3-Mar, 2021
114 268 Ko‘rishlar soni

Today's vlog we are building a bushcraft camping shelter with our tarp and hammock and setting up a fire for cooking in the woods. I plan on using this camp set up continually for hunting and fishing on my hunting lease.
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Justin Rackley, known as Lakeforkguy in the fishing world, creates fishing and outdoor videos on youtube and other social platforms. LFG provides fishing tips and techniques for mostly largemouth bass fisheries but also travels to other freshwater and saltwater fishing spots to explore new fish species and fishing techniques to help you catch more fish. Lakeforkguy likes to hang out on any fishing vessel or go bank fishing with his other UZworld Fishing friends and vlog with his Wife Stephanie AKA Ocean Spoon Girl and french bulldog Winston.
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  • Cooking grate should be supported on all 4 corners , either hanging or secure on rocks !!!! But its been good entertainment 🤣🤣🤣😣😣

    Tali BirkmanisTali Birkmanis2 soat oldin
  • Man I'm sorry for u maybe a pan on the Grill rack.

    CJ ToddyozzoCJ Toddyozzo12 soat oldin
  • Dryer lint works well as a fire starter! Great video

    Joel TowleJoel Towle2 kun oldin
  • There are some skills that you need to work on

    Marcus StriblingMarcus Stribling5 kun oldin
  • I do believe you did good

    Marcus StriblingMarcus Stribling5 kun oldin
  • How have you not been picked up by network tv? Your content is top notch.

    John GreenJohn Green6 kun oldin
  • Not poking fun but triangle is the strongest geometric shape for dangling anything you want golden and crispy!

    Spirit UnboundSpirit Unbound12 kun oldin
  • We enjoyed sharing your adventure. Dude, you were doing so well. You set up camp like a pro. But that hanging cook set-up almost did you in. Lol. All you had to do was wash off them poppers with H2o. I've got my eyes on you so keep em comin.

    Glenn RiversGlenn Rivers20 kun oldin
  • I think if you had all four corners it would have worked out for you

    Ruben RobledoRuben Robledo25 kun oldin
  • Oak is best Wood in Our AREA, Mesquite can be over powering , Cedar is potentially Toxic to cook off ! Purely my opinion lol I've seen your videos for years ,you earned another Subscriber Today !!!

    Nick76571Nick7657126 kun oldin
  • A mans gotta eat 40:17

    RichardBluntsRichardBlunts27 kun oldin
  • when you cut the vid and then said you dropped the rest that was so tragic but yet hilarious 😂😂😂😂😂

    RichardBluntsRichardBlunts27 kun oldin
  • I love all your content LFG and the coolest thing about this video is that I too have taken up bushcraft very recently. So I can completely relate with your trial and errors, but I think that is what makes it fun and that’s why I keep on practicing. If I may suggest Check out some of Dave Canterbury’s books or his UZworld channel even. He has been bush crafting for years and is an instructor by trade. I have learned so much from his content! Good luck brother and keep on truckin!!

    Julian BarraganJulian BarraganOy oldin
  • GG

    dan Scarbroughdan ScarbroughOy oldin
  • lol

    KillerStephenKillerStephenOy oldin
  • I feel like dropping the chicken was nearly 100% avoidable if you just used two hands lol.

    Perfect5RecurvePerfect5RecurveOy oldin
  • 2 rocks set in the fire with the grate on it qould have been quicker than the hanger you built. But hey, you're living the outdoor life, and you're learning from your mistakes. Cool video bud. Glad I found your channel through JHO...

    Southern Indiana OutdoorsmanSouthern Indiana OutdoorsmanOy oldin
  • I've been watching your videos for a long time Dr demo brought me to your videos and I I enjoyed your videos 🤘🤘🤘 thanks

    Eric LutherEric LutherOy oldin
  • Who else had an adrenalin jump at 39:02 when the chicken hit the fire? Maybe drop the toggle and clip the carabiner to the paracord loop holding the grate? Add a third point of support to better stabilize the grate. An excellent first shot at bushcrafting

    Spikestrip55Spikestrip55Oy oldin
  • How to runaway from home

    Gene BenavidezGene BenavidezOy oldin
  • 4 wires , one to each corner , might work better ,

    Roy PhelpsRoy PhelpsOy oldin
  • Looks like pecan trees where you hung your hammock (at least the one big one)

    David MarvetsDavid MarvetsOy oldin
  • You can use a round grate with 3 strings supporting it. It won't be balance dependent.

    MatthewMatthewOy oldin
  • Would absolutely watch a knot-tieing series done by you man. I know others have done them but you are far more entertaining.

    Hunter ReevesHunter ReevesOy oldin
  • Haven’t laughed so hard at one of your videos. The shit you say sometimes.. lol “Hey wanna know how those jalapeño poppers tasted?” “ systems bad” ..then drops more shit “lost all of my bacons” Fuckin dead😂💀watched it at least 8 times in tears.

    gh0st0fmozart 92gh0st0fmozart 92Oy oldin
  • Time for you to go on Naked and Afraid..

    gh0st0fmozart 92gh0st0fmozart 92Oy oldin
  • We call that a little bit of trail spice on those jalapeño poppers

    Samuel ScottSamuel ScottOy oldin
  • Learn from mistakes

    Adam HodaAdam HodaOy oldin
  • lol

    Mr J.S.Mr J.S.Oy oldin
  • Hey all that matters is that you did it like a man hey eat no matter what 💯🤟😝 keep phat backin

    Joseph burtonJoseph burtonOy oldin
  • A regler Dan'l Boone!

    Jeffrey JohnsonJeffrey JohnsonOy oldin
  • Good idea for grill, make it a 4 point with the snares

    Tyler SuchyTyler SuchyOy oldin
  • That tripod technique was pretty sweet

    Tyler SuchyTyler SuchyOy oldin
  • As soon as you rigged that dangler i saw the meat going in the fire haha. Rather build a rock base and place grid over.

    Morne HardingMorne HardingOy oldin
  • If youre really getting into bushcraft i would recommend watching Dave Canterbury's videos on UZworld.

    Adam WebberAdam WebberOy oldin
  • 3 trap line loops off of the tripod all 3 meeting in middle over fire then put grill on

    Alaskan Lone WolfAlaskan Lone WolfOy oldin
  • What knife are you wearing?

    Scott BolenScott BolenOy oldin
  • gatta love a man who shows his failures

    johnnyjohnnyOy oldin
  • I'm so excited for the bushcraft series. Good episode

    Vikes HikesVikes HikesOy oldin
  • when you are pulling off of a suspended grill, throw your pan under it and roll em off into it.

    Phil MadewellPhil MadewellOy oldin
  • Its only a fail if you don't learn from it. I bet you'll be more careful with your food now lol.

    Alex WyattAlex WyattOy oldin
  • Maybe the suspended grate isn’t the move bro lol.

    KingKillersKastleKingKillersKastleOy oldin
  • Nothing worse than wet bedding. I use a hammock when hiking/bug out/camping. Just my experience, making a diamond covering with your tarp over your hammock will cover your straps and keep the wedding/straps of your hammock dry, and keep them from colleting water and then the water running down under your hammock and soaking your butt. Also, keep the peak line of your tarp as close to your hammock as you can. It will provide better weather protection from the rain when the wind picks up. Which it will always do during a rain storm. Since I have to protect my gear under my hammock because I don't have a vehicle with me, I carry a small tarp to put my gear on directly under my hammock. If it rains, it keeps my boots and pack and other stuff from collecting the water that will run under your hammock. Using a wool blanket or a thin air mattress will help your sleeping bag retain heat when you are sleeping. You will have a cold back and butt if you don't have something for insulation under your sleeping bag. Hammocks are great for camping, but they require a little different prep when setting up.

    Texas_stone_ StoneTexas_stone_ StoneOy oldin
  • Place 2 green logs across the fire pit to support your grill. Or just build the pit with a place to support the grill between the rocks and rake the coals underneath ; )

    sccorlesccorleOy oldin
  • lololol dude your the man. the cooking was so funny . instead of 2 lines down to the grate. use four . it would not flip .

    Matthew James NortonMatthew James NortonOy oldin
    • 1 on each corner. so it has 4 lines down. the camp looked epic and everything was executed beautifully . besides the cooking

      Matthew James NortonMatthew James NortonOy oldin
  • Ur nuts

    David LilesDavid LilesOy oldin
  • Kills 300 lb hog but hungry for a 3 lb squirrel 🐿

    Wyatt GoldenWyatt GoldenOy oldin
  • Well I guess I will have to pull out the Red Forman and say " Dumbass" Needed a 4 point hookup on the grill and that would work good. Sorry about the Red Forman But...... LoL

    Tim FreestoneTim FreestoneOy oldin
  • suggestion...tie into the four corners if you hang something...

    gettopreachermangettopreachermanOy oldin
  • shoul have ran two wires on each end of the toggle to all four corners or the grate

    OzarkBassinTVOzarkBassinTVOy oldin
  • I hate to admit that I laughed. But Lordy did I laugh. Thanks for that LFG

    White River AnglerWhite River AnglerOy oldin
  • Needed to have a wire attached to all 4 corners of the gate.

    Robert FelgateRobert FelgateOy oldin
  • 😂😂😂😂😂 better go fishing 🎣 LFG bushcrafting leeeets goooo

    Justin StationJustin StationOy oldin
  • Hahaha, it was going so well!!!

    Toran FuglsethToran FuglsethOy oldin
  • Love that eat it anyway attitude. :-)

    Matt ChildersMatt ChildersOy oldin
  • Well I was enjoying the video until Justin started eating. Close your freakin mouth when you chew!!!

    Rogue RippleRogue RippleOy oldin
  • I dig it great vid man rip poppers

    FishHardOrGoHomeFishHardOrGoHomeOy oldin
  • You should have let the fire burn down then put two rocks (about 10 inches tall) in the center of the coals to put the grate on.

    Brian JohnsonBrian JohnsonOy oldin
  • Builds camp and then proceeds to get naked and afraid😂

  • No lol. Keep practicing or watch a few other channels. Corporals Corner, Gray Bearded Green Beret, David Canterbury. They do You Tube and they also offer courses you can attend. You did a good job setting up your camp. You mentioned Rattle Snakes. Consider getting a 357 Magnum and load it with Snake or Rat shot. If you are in Bear, Hog or Mountain Lion region load first two shot with the shot loads followed by 4 158 grain magnum loads. Make sure you also carry a complete individual first aid kit that includes a tourniquet and learn how to use it. Keep up the great job you do. Stay healthy, stay safe and keep living your dreams.

    Kenton DurrantKenton DurrantOy oldin
  • That suspended grate is just a Rube Goldberg Machine for burning your food.

    Clay AinsworthClay AinsworthOy oldin
  • Felt like I was watchin Alone haha. Hey man, great video! I dig it

    Tines & Lines Co.Tines & Lines Co.Oy oldin
  • What you refer to as "Bushcraft" I always just called Camping in the Woods... Loved the Tripod Skit 🤣 Cheers 🍻

    H3llRayzorH3llRayzorOy oldin
  • Always bring some type of cooking pan for when all else fails. Great video.

    Call sign PikachewCall sign PikachewOy oldin
  • Toggle. Toggle. Toggle. Toggle.

    RAKtvRAKtvOy oldin
  • Hello LFG my name is Adolfo Herenandez from temple Tx. I just wanted to let you know that we are big Followers of our UZworld channel, but my family of seven just joined your UZworld channel and subscribed 👍😀❤ but your numbers haven't changed you should have passed the million mark something is not right. Have a blessed day.

    Adolfo HernandezAdolfo HernandezOy oldin
  • Hey LFG JUST WANTED to let you know that my family loves watching your videos we think that you are one of the best Googan squad members ❤♥ we love everyone but you the most. But I also want to let you know that I just had my family subscribed to your UZworld channel and your numbers doesn't change you should be over the million mark. You should check ✔✅on that. Keep the content coming. Have a blessed day.

    Adolfo HernandezAdolfo HernandezOy oldin
  • You could use the same toggle but use 4 wires to the corners of your grate. Funny entertainment though lol Keep up the good work and loving these bushcraft videos!

    Will FordWill FordOy oldin
  • You really get me motivated to the outdoor living

    Leon CantyLeon CantyOy oldin
  • I really like your bushcraft videos. Great job Rackley just hone in your campfire cooking skills so that hard work pays off!

    Joshua HaleyJoshua HaleyOy oldin
  • Bro just add two more strings on each side of the long side but very funny content.....

    Andrew LeachAndrew LeachOy oldin
  • Honestly the best outdoor content I’ve seen from any mainstream “outdoors” youtubers. PLEASE keep up the bushcraft content!!!

    Dillon ShorterDillon ShorterOy oldin
  • We learn best from failure

    Zach BrownZach BrownOy oldin
  • 4:02 there is a guy at the farm I work at that says “ you ain’t ganna believe this but...” but it is always fallowed by I gotta piss because the man goes like 23 times a day.

    Luke EscamillaLuke EscamillaOy oldin
  • Two rocks and that grate would work awesome... might be easier also.

    Michael ChapmanMichael ChapmanOy oldin
  • Front porch mode, engaged.

    Jimmy RogersJimmy RogersOy oldin
  • New Tshirt idea: "Whabam Bushcraft" 36:01

    Andrew McMillanAndrew McMillanOy oldin
  • That’s called a dirty steak. You cook it right on the coals! They’re actually pretty good

    Landon BarnettLandon BarnettOy oldin
  • What axe is that lfg?

    WurkHardrWurkHardrOy oldin
  • Atleast 3 points of contact on the grate. Learned like you just did. Love these kind of videos!

    kyle martinkyle martinOy oldin
  • REthink the rocks

    Phil ClarkPhil ClarkOy oldin
  • Be cool to see you do a bushcraft video with @joerobinet

    Ryan CookRyan CookOy oldin
  • Bro you just need to put a wire to each corner and it will stay balanced

    Billy GarrettBilly GarrettOy oldin
  • why couldn't you build a "hunting camp in the city" better click bait if you ask me

    MasterCoppoMasterCoppoOy oldin
  • That is messed up but can’t lie was pretty funny now I feel bad

    Yo MiiKEYYo MiiKEYOy oldin
  • I'd build a little box out of plywood, and 2x4s to go over the bed of the meat wagon long enough to sleep in, and sit up in, camo paint it, insulate it with foam board, and maybe install one of those mini wood stoves. Now that would be a cool setup.

    Dean EDean EOy oldin
  • Wish I knew what naked and afraid that was filed because I think I watched a lot of them.

    Larry PhillipsLarry PhillipsOy oldin
  • Looks like fun

    Brian SroufeBrian SroufeOy oldin
  • "living off the land, the OLD way....." ~buys prepackaged meats from store XD

    MacGyverMacGyverOy oldin
  • Lfg are u okay u seem down? U are my favorite UZworldr I keep u in my prayers and hope u don’t get bit by a rattlesnake 😂

    Ryder TuckerRyder TuckerOy oldin
  • You should make a vid on what you had in your pack and why.

    Aidan_ Thomas17Aidan_ Thomas17Oy oldin
  • How about using both of the grates and sandwich the food between them. Like those fish baskets they sell to use on the bbq.

    Mike Van LeeuwenMike Van LeeuwenOy oldin
  • When you made your tripod after you wrap The three sticks together all you had to do is take the middle stick twisted outward which black outer sticks together it’s a faster way to make it try it out sometime if it works great

    Jayson D'AnnaJayson D'AnnaOy oldin
  • Who's land is that?

    Tucker OutdoorsTucker OutdoorsOy oldin
  • Maybe set the cooking grate on some rocks and shovel some coals from the fire underneath it instead of trying to cook over the flame

    RZR RehabRZR RehabOy oldin
  • lol keep trying right???? lol

    The Back FortyThe Back FortyOy oldin
  • My husband and I were so excited to see this video! LOVE that you are sharing your whole camping process with us, not just “Oh look at me, I caught a fish” over and over again. Keep up the great work, Justin!!!!

    January 11555January 11555Oy oldin
  • Man Justin I have high respect for you as an angler and hunter etc. But man you really suck at cooking!!!

    Mike Poole 1967Mike Poole 1967Oy oldin
  • I enjoyed this video, I would like to do bushcraft as well. I plan on taking my son out and teaching him some things as I learn. I'm going to finally subscribe to this channel.

    avengenceavengenceOy oldin
  • Your grate needs four sides, or something like a fish basket.

    Don JensenDon JensenOy oldin