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The Sumo Survival Bushcraft Podcast – Episode 111
The 111th episode of the Sumo Survival Bushcraft Podcast sees Sean on his own for this episode.
Thanks to gremlins in the tech Sy has to remain silent this week but Sean cracks on and answers more questions sent in by listeners.
James from Norfolk asks what the best type of cordage is for making snares. Sean talk about his past experience and what to remember regarding the UK law regarding snares.
Rod from Ireland asks if there is a low cost way of restoring the waterproofness of old tarps. Sean shares what happened when he tried to do the same thing and how it is often cheaper to buy a new tarp instead.
Dorset based Paul asks why are there so few coastal bushcraft courses in the UK when we have the ideal coastline for running them. Sean explains what he found when looking for such courses and why it looks like there aren’t many courses out there when there are actually many.
Stevie from Bristol asks what he is best looking out for when buying surplus water bottles and cookware. Sean explains what he does when buying ex-Army equipment and what to avoid doing.
After many people got in touch Sean talks about the recent dispute between Scottish outdoor clothing manufacturer Hilltrek and the National Trust for Scotland.
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