I really can't believe that these people know much of anything, actually. I mean, look how manty take 130 ft of paracord, when they could unravel a paracord hammock and have 1000 ft of the cord. They can see that the brush is really thick, so why do they take an axe instead of a kukri? They have to film themselves doing everything, so a hunt is not possible, so why take a bow or slingshot? If, having the duct tape, kukri, saw, and cordage, they can't make a 50 lb "father and son" bow and a few (blunt) arrows in half a day, they dont belong on this show! The prime food is fish, and the prime way to get it is netting/wrapped, sapling framed fish traps. The gillnet will make half a dozen such traps in one day. The hammock, sheathing removed from the cordage, will make 20 more, of varying sizes. Being on a lake is a huge advantage over being on the sea shore. To AITCH with that, during cold weather. Those mudflats and tides suck during the winter. Nobody has even taken the duct tape! Nobody has cut up a tarp! They no longer (apparently) get the 20x20 tarp given to them, so the 12.12 is no longer optional, it's mandatory. Nobody has made a pontoon raft out of tarp chunks, tape, and soft debris, like grass or leaves. They are scared of bears, yet nobody has made a ladder, hung a hammock up in a tree the first night, and then made a tree platform the next day. Where do they get these people? The 2 gallon metal bear canister was never taken by anyone, but it's no longer on the gear list.