About MCQ Bushcraft & Wilderness Life.
Hi my names Mike and I live in Northern Sweden, Welcome to my channel! My videos cover Bushcraft, wilderness survival and outdoor skills, bushcraft gear like axes, knives, saws, backpacks, clothing systems, shelters and cooking gear. Fire lighting with natural tinders, fishing and hunting, slingshot hunting, ice fishing, mushroom identification and plant identification, catching and cooking wild game, foraging and cooking wild plants and mushrooms, wilderness cooking, weaving and basket making.
My Wife Megan and I also travel throughout northern europe overlanding in our modified 4×4 exploring wilderness tracks and roads. We left the UK almost one year ago to travel and relocate to the North of Sweden where we now live in a remote town surrounded by wilderness. Outside of our working lives we spend out time exploring the wilderness, ice fishing and regular fishing in the summer over lakes and rivers, we regularly hunt with rifles and shotguns for various bird species and we enjoy hiking and camping with our bushcraft kit but also further afield with our modified 4×4 and roof top tent.
Thanks for reading and checking out the channel and feel free to have a look at the playlists and videos below.
Mike and Megan ๐Ÿ˜‰

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Travelling Northern Europe –
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Craving –
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Field Dressing Game –
Fire Lighting –
Foraging and Wild Edibles –
Overland Build –
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24 COMMENTS

  1. Iโ€™m just curious what thickness of para cord do you use for your tarp? I use bungee rope however the para cord seems much better, the only reason I use bungee rope is I got caught in a storm years ago and it destroyed the tarp however the bungee rope has plenty of give in it and stands up to high winds without destroying my tarp, I camp out in Scotland quite a lot so the weather is really unpredictable. I must say and thank you for your videos you obviously do your research thanks for sharing you knowledge.

  2. I live in northern Georgia, USA. The general "wild areas here are some Piedmont areas (high flat areas) with little to no water sources. The rest are creek bottoms with very steep sides, rising at time 100 feet or more, leaving very little level ground. Quite challenging for any kind of camp. Even so, what you talk about can be applied here too. We have crayfish, trout, and even some fresh water clams that can be harvested for food, along with many wild edible plants. I am going to make one of your neat "hand fishing" sets. How makes the neat float that you use? As usual super job. ๐Ÿ˜‰