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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • An indispensable guide to surviving everything from an extended wilderness exploration to a day-long boat trip, with hard-earned advice from the host of the show MeatEater as seen on Netflix

For anyone planning to spend time outside,  The MeatEater Guide to Wilderness Skills and Survival is the perfect antidote to the sensationalism of the modern survival genre. Informed by the real-life experiences of renowned outdoorsman Steven Rinella, its pages are packed with tried-and-true tips, techniques, and gear recommendations. 
 
Among other skills, readers will learn about old-school navigation and essential satellite tools, how to build a basic first-aid kit and apply tourniquets, and how to effectively purify water using everything from ancient methods to cutting-edge technologies. This essential guide delivers hard-won insights and know-how garnered from Rinella’s own experiences and mistakes and from his trusted crew of expert hunters, anglers, emergency-room doctors, climbers, paddlers, and wilderness guides—with the goal of making any reader feel comfortable and competent while out in the wild.

About the Author

Steven Rinella is an outdoorsman, writer, wild-foods enthusiast, and television and podcast host who is a passionate advocate for conservation and the protection of public lands. The host of the  MeatEater podcast and Netflix original series, he is also the author of  The MeatEater Fish and Game Cookbook: Recipes and Techniques for Every Hunter and Angler; two volumes of  The Complete Guide to Hunting, Butchering, and Cooking Wild GameMeat Eater: Adventures from the Life of an American HunterAmerican Buffalo: In Search of a Lost Icon; and  The Scavenger’s Guide to Haute Cuisine.

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Chapter 1

What to Pack and Wear

When I think of hard-earned outdoor lessons, I think of the first time that I headed into the Chugach Range of south-central Alaska on a Dall sheep hunt with my brothers, Matt and Danny. We packed like idiots. Not enough clothes. Not enough food. And no first-aid kit, despite the fact that my brother Matt was starting out the trip with an already infected gash on his shin from a failed attempt at doing a box jump onto a stainless-steel lab table. What was supposed to be a fun and exciting trip stalking rams quickly turned into a miserable and hungry sufferfest. And we had sown the seeds for that experience before we’d even left home.

Our lack of preparedness was partly the result of simple naivete. We were inexperienced in terms of mountain travel and didn’t know what we were doing. A portion of the blame also lies with a commonplace blunder that is made by even experienced outdoorsmen. The blunder has to do with balancing a desire to be properly equipped in the wild with the equally important desire to not tarnish outdoor experiences with all the luxuries and material bullshit of the indoor world. We go outside in order to enjoy ourselves, sure, but we also go outside to experience life in its stripped-down form. Getting the balance right requires some compromise. On the one hand, you don’t want to end up at the KOA, watching satellite TV inside an air-conditioned motor home while heating up marshmallows in the microwave. On the other hand, you don’t want to end up like me and my brothers, deep in the mountains and soaked to the bone while trying to cut the last of your throat lozenges into three pieces as part of a daily food ration.

While I’m a big fan of roughing it and a die-hard proponent of maintaining the aesthetic purity of the outdoors, I recognize the importance of keeping your goals and your safety in mind when it comes to packing for an outing—whether that outing is going to last a few weeks or just a few hours. If your goal is simply to see how long you can stay in the mountains without food, clothes, gear, or shelter, then you’re gonna have a pretty easy time preparing. Just strip down naked, drop all of your stuff, and head into the hills. Usually, though, goals are more complicated than that. In the case of our ill-fated sheep-hunting trip, our goal was to keep moving at a brisk pace for ten days through a network of mountainous ridgelines and valleys as we scoured the landscape for Dall sheep. There’s a tenuous compromise between keeping your pack light to be easily carried for many miles yet still full of the gear necessary to sustain you with food and protection for the duration of your trip. In our case, we grossly overemphasized the importance of traveling light and underemphasized the caloric input that would be required to fuel an extraordinary amount of walking through the wet and cold. In the end, our movements were effectively restricted by the same lightweight backpacks that were supposed to give us freedom.

Going without proper gear can do more than just thwart your plans. One could make the argument that all survival situations are the result of not having something: not having water, not having GPS, not having a lighter, not having a functioning boat, not having the necessary medical expertise. In the worst cases, that lack of gear could wind up being deadly. While it’s impractical to think that you’ll be able to pack enough stuff to prevent any and all forms of trouble, the right gear selections can help you eliminate many of the common problems that lead to cancelled ventures and injured bodies. In short, don’t think of gear as something that kills the rawness of the wild; instead, think of gear as something that allows you to stick around and experience it to the fullest.

Survival Kits

Folks who were around in the 1980s probably remember the proliferation of those cheap bootleg “Rambo” knives with the hollow handles that contained what was branded as a “survival kit.” If I remember correctly, I bought mine for $7 at the Muskegon Flea Market in western Michigan. The plastic sheath was outfitted with a coarse sharpening stone for honing the cheap but menacingly large knife blade. The threaded cap housed a bubble compass with a needle that refused to spin unless you shook it like a snow globe. Inside the handle lived a few wooden matches that crumbled like wet ash when you tried to light them. There was a big needle for stitching yourself up, and a stretch of monofilament fishing line that could be used for your sutures or for catching a few fish with the cheap snelled hooks that were also packed into the handle. Of the hundreds of thousands of Rambo knives that were sold in those days, I’m guessing that not a single one was ever actually put to use in a real-life survival situation. But still, I applaud the Rambo knife for having raised awareness around the important topic of survival kits.

By our definition, your kit should contain a lot more than just basic survival equipment. We think of ours more as do-anything, grab-and-go accessory bags that are kept ready and loaded to be stuffed into backpacks, duffel bags, and boat boxes whenever we’re headed into or near the outdoors for hikes, hunts, fishing excursions, and even beach vacations. Once you’ve built your kit, there are two very important things to keep in mind. One, you’ve got to maintain it and periodically inspect the contents to make sure everything is up to date and in good working order. Alcohol swabs and wet wipes can dry out over time, bandages lose their stickiness, batteries go bad. So be diligent about inspections. Two, no matter where you’re going, your kit doesn’t do any good if you don’t pack it along.

A Basic Survival Kit

Survival situations are not limited to wild, remote locations. Plenty of people get injured hunting out of a treestand a quarter mile from their back door. Plenty more get lost on well-traveled trails. So pack your kit, and keep it in a small dry bag or a heavy-duty plastic baggie that is within reach during any outdoor excursion.

• Fire-starting kit—two lighters, a plastic baggie or other sealable container full of cotton balls slathered in Vaseline, and slivers of heartwood

• Water purification system—Steripen and iodine tablets (see page 54 for instructions on their use)

• Single-use 40 percent DEET insect repellent swabs

• SureFire Minimus headlamp and emergency backup light such as the Petzl e+LITE or a simple coin-battery pinch light

• 25-foot length of 3 mm utility cord and 25-foot length of 5 mm utility cord

• Four zip ties

• Compass

• Whistle

• Small, lightweight mirror for signaling, preferably made of unbreakable polycarbonate

• Waxed dental floss dispenser with heavy-duty sewing needle taped to dispenser

• Circle patch kit (Tenacious Tape)

• Uncle Bill’s Sliver Gripper precision tweezers

• Fisher Bullet Space Pen (useful for validating hunting tags, leaving notes, writing afterlife wishes and deathbed confessions)

• Single-use tube of all-purpose superglue (to repair gear and treat cut fingers)

• Long-handled titanium camp spoon

• Toothbrush and small tube of toothpaste

• Single-use wet wipes

• 0.5-ounce tin of Dermatone Lips’n Face Protection Creme

• Extra batteries for headlamp, Steripen, GPS unit, etc.

• Work Sharp pocket-size knife sharpener

Extra Shit for Your Basic Kit

The items in the previous list are kept in our main survival kits, which we always stash in whatever pack we’re using. But many of us also keep a store of additional items in Stanley organizer boxes in our garages. Before every trip, we look through all our extra survival gear and grab anything we feel we might need, depending on the circumstances.

• Emergency thermal space blanket

• Tube of Coghlan’s Fire Paste

• Cable saw

• SPF 50 sunscreen

• Mini fishing kit—plastic envelope containing 50 feet of 8-pound fluorocarbon fishing line, four size BB split shot, two size 12 beadhead pheasant tail flies, two size 6 baitholder hooks, two size 8 baitholder hooks

• Two Snare Shop small-game wire snares

• SureFire handheld 1,200-lumen flashlight

• Leatherman bit kit and bit driver extender

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linda galella
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Excellent resource for campers, hikers, survivalist of all skill levels regardless
Reviewed in the United States on December 1, 2020
of whether you eat meat, or not! Steven Rinella is an expert in all things survival and it shows in this book. I’d never heard of him before receiving the ARC of this book but was so impressed I took a look at his other books. This one is extraordinary. It... See more
of whether you eat meat, or not!

Steven Rinella is an expert in all things survival and it shows in this book. I’d never heard of him before receiving the ARC of this book but was so impressed I took a look at his other books. This one is extraordinary. It includes information that all outdoor enthusiasts should know intimately or have readily at hand:

~ how to pack and what to wear
~ sourcing food without becoming a meal for something else & locating and purifying water
~ building shelter using appropriate materials to preserve heat
~ how to navigate without electronic assistance
~ safe hiking for all physical levels

The medical information is the highlight of this substantial volume. It includes clear instructions and pictorial guides for how to implement them. The section on wound care will save lives and limbs. The entire chapter devoted to medical & safety topics should be required reading at State Parks. From sunburn, dehydration, bug bites to snake strikes, what to do about venom and dealing with much bigger predators like mountain lions & bears, this book has every possible “accident” I could imagine running into while enjoying nature and how to prevent or care for it.

A fully interactive index with additional links adds to the value of the Kindle edition of this book and makes taking it with you a breeze. The author’s writing style is rife with experience but tempered with humor and pleasant memories from his own vast experiences; a truly enjoyable and educational book📚

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Giardia cysts, not spores!
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Needed a parasitologist to proofread the water section.
Reviewed in the United States on December 1, 2020
Great book so far except for one thing that is really grinding my gears. Giardia lamblia has a two stage lifecycle: cyst and trophozoite. There is no such thing as a Giardia “spore.”
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David L
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Steve, please be my buddy!
Reviewed in the United States on December 5, 2020
Another great MeatEater publication. I wish I had some friends with the breadth and depth of knowledge of the MeatEater team. Watching Steve Rinella’s Netflix show, reading his books and listening to his podcast, have made me determined to start hunting. His balanced... See more
Another great MeatEater publication. I wish I had some friends with the breadth and depth of knowledge of the MeatEater team. Watching Steve Rinella’s Netflix show, reading his books and listening to his podcast, have made me determined to start hunting. His balanced view of conservation, the environment and our human spirit are enlightening and fascinating.
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Chris Owens
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Awesome book
Reviewed in the United States on December 2, 2020
Awesome book that can be picked up and opened to any page and get meat and potatoes information. No bulls***. Written from experience with actual stories thrown in there.
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Matt Bledsoe
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MeatEater Team once again delivers BIG!
Reviewed in the United States on December 2, 2020
Very Happy to order this book early and support the self-expressed vanity of the author to get on the NYT Best Sellers List!
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Reviewed in the United States on December 1, 2020
Fantastic. Easily the most comprehensive wilderness survival book I’ve ever read.
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Dana Scott
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Authentic
Reviewed in the United States on December 27, 2020
Wife purchased for me because she knows I’m a fan of Meat Eater and Steve Rinella in general. In the outdoors world, there’s plenty to choose from, but Steve and his crew get it. If you’re looking for a man’s perspective that’s authentic and sees our interactions with the... See more
Wife purchased for me because she knows I’m a fan of Meat Eater and Steve Rinella in general. In the outdoors world, there’s plenty to choose from, but Steve and his crew get it. If you’re looking for a man’s perspective that’s authentic and sees our interactions with the natural world as a spiritual journey, then Meat Eater products are perfect. If you’re looking for puff and solely a focus on harvesting horns, then look elsewhere. I appreciate that the focus is on the experience as a whole, and this book is a reflection of that. Real, pragmatic information that applies to situations we find ourselves in in the outdoors, and not BS tactics that may only apply to an elite sniper caught behind enemy lines for weeks at a time that have almost zero practical application in the adventures that we’d realistically find ourselves a part of.
Great stuff Steve and crew, thank you all for the wonderful tales and helping blaze the trail for those like myself that have always wanted to get off the grid, but are hesitant due to lack of experience.
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Holly Perry
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Could really help an outdoorsman or storyteller out.
Reviewed in the United States on December 3, 2020
If you are one of the typical boy club outdoorsmen that like to tell outlandish stories of your crazy experiences in the woods, then you need this book, so you genuinely comprehend how outdoor life works. This book is extremely informative and easy to understand. Everyone... See more
If you are one of the typical boy club outdoorsmen that like to tell outlandish stories of your crazy experiences in the woods, then you need this book, so you genuinely comprehend how outdoor life works. This book is extremely informative and easy to understand. Everyone needs to purchase it quickly, so I don''t have to hear the advertisement on their podcasts another 5000 times.
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Clive
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A good read for the adventurer or armchair reader.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 14, 2021
AT 70 years old I''m not going far from home. But I do target shoot and hunt deer still. I have followed Steven on his Netflix series and have a couple of his Meateater books. I bought this book to read at home with a view to never going anywhere further than the...See more
AT 70 years old I''m not going far from home. But I do target shoot and hunt deer still. I have followed Steven on his Netflix series and have a couple of his Meateater books. I bought this book to read at home with a view to never going anywhere further than the supermarket. But I have have an interest in the wild outside, as I''d say many others have. This book is full of all you''d need to know to survive in the big world. A great read with many tips on even the basic needs both far away and if your only in your garden.
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Thomas Ziemann
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Great book!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 21, 2021
Loved this book, not only was it very informative, but Steve has a very colorful way of taking you on the journey with him.
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PDBD
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Good book handy to learn some basics
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 7, 2021
Good book with lots of helpful and useful content along with good pictures to follow when learning how to do something I.e tie knots, build shelters , etc. The only thing is it''s more based around America, but the author is American and does alot of hunting in the American...See more
Good book with lots of helpful and useful content along with good pictures to follow when learning how to do something I.e tie knots, build shelters , etc. The only thing is it''s more based around America, but the author is American and does alot of hunting in the American wilderness, so it is expected.
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AJM
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Great book, rubbish binding
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 2, 2021
Loving the book but I’m barely halfway through and the binding has fallen apart, bit annoying since I’ve only had it a couple of months. Lots of tips useful for anyone from budding outdoors types to squaddies looking to improve their field craft or just avoid eating...See more
Loving the book but I’m barely halfway through and the binding has fallen apart, bit annoying since I’ve only had it a couple of months. Lots of tips useful for anyone from budding outdoors types to squaddies looking to improve their field craft or just avoid eating ratpacks at all costs
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As advertised.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 18, 2021
Book for my son.
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