Yukon river in Alaska. 3 week solo camping trip

My best trip ever so far. Northern pike, bears, cooking over the fire! You can watch my new Alaska video here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oAuiDjthuqM

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My best trip ever so far. Northern pike, bears, cooking over the fire! You can watch my new Alaska video here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oAuiDjthuqM

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Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
I'm in Fairbanks, Alaska at the moment for my next adventure. I'll be off the grid tomorrow to float Noatak river. Bush pilot will take me to the Gates of the Arctic and drop me off in the mountains. I'll see you all in a month when I'm back .
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
You can watch my new Alaska video here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oAuiDjthuqM
Andrew Lines
Andrew Lines - 2 years ago
Superstar !
Edwin Dueck
Edwin Dueck - 2 years ago
Solo Kayak Adventures I'll be looking for your video.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
I'm back and yes I recorded my trip. It's coming soon!
Andrew Lines
Andrew Lines - 2 years ago
Do you know what kayak he is using ?
Dan C
Dan C - 2 years ago
Make the video as long I wanna see it all!
Chinook Whisperer
Chinook Whisperer - 2 years ago
Good luck brother keep the vids coming
k6lsn
k6lsn - 2 years ago
Man, just missed you probably. This was an awesome vid man, good job.
Have a killer trip, hope to see you on the flipside and hope you upload another great film. Peace, Wheelchair John in Idaho :)
michaelr7170
michaelr7170 - 2 years ago
Really enjoyed this video.. Are you recording your current trip in Alaska? Stay safe and enjoy!
Detecting Rose22
Detecting Rose22 - 2 years ago
Enjoyed it very much
Lee
Lee - 2 years ago
What kind of hat are you wearing? It is very nice, and I'd like to know what they're called.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
The brand name Real Deal.
MrFreeGman
MrFreeGman - 2 years ago
That was the comfiest hour I've ever spent at my computer
Garrett1979FIN
Garrett1979FIN - 2 years ago
Did you put spruce pitch on wound or beside ?
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
Right on the wound.
TheDoorknob1
TheDoorknob1 - 2 years ago
Subbed. Awesome video, loved when you made the bread on a stick!!
Edwin Dueck
Edwin Dueck - 2 years ago
I came across your video by accident.
I have watched it 2 times now, it a great video.
Tom Ortale
Tom Ortale - 2 years ago
no rifle/pistol in case of bears especially when cooking fish the open? i mean/just a knife? really? hummm
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
I had a rifle with me .44 mag.
tdburk176
tdburk176 - 2 years ago
No shame in being “new to the axe” brother. Much respect to you for getting out there. Beautiful video. Thank you.

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Ed dd
Ed dd - 2 years ago
great video, thanks for sharing .....loved best about "if you don't like the video, that's ok too" hahaha classic
El Fonque
El Fonque - 2 years ago
Amazing video, I really enjoyed it! I often go camping and hiking but I'd like to start paddling as well. I've been reading many articles on the internet but couldn't figure out which kayak should one use for long travels as you do. Are you using a so called touring kayak? Or a crossover kayak? The mountains and the sea are both 1 hour from my place (I'm from north Italy) so I'd like to buy a versatile type of kayak which can be used in both.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
I have inflatable SeaEagle kayak and folding canoe as well. Check out the SeaEagle. I don't know if this is available in Italy though.
anonymous mc
anonymous mc - 2 years ago
any gold panning
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
I wish I had a pan with me.
Jon M
Jon M - 2 years ago
As a kid I stumbled upon and fell I'm love with the video of the man building his cabin in Alaska. These give me similar vibes. I love it.
Sienna and the Bushido School
Sienna and the Bushido School - 2 years ago
Might want to wear safety glasses / goggles when cutting wood
Chase Mayekar
Chase Mayekar - 2 years ago
What camera/mic did you use for the trip? Amazing video :) inspired me to go on a journey, but of course much more local haha.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
GoPro 5 plus karma grip and separate digital audio recorder with mic.
zam200864
zam200864 - 2 years ago
I enjoyed that, looked like a nice adventure, well done on the photography
GuMpAkC
GuMpAkC - 2 years ago
It's so peaceful and quiet out there.
Phantom67
Phantom67 - 2 years ago
Great video man. Not done watching. lol. Beautiful scenery. I subbed
Andrew Lines
Andrew Lines - 2 years ago
Mr Solo Kayak Adventures great man
Don't be afraid of Bear Friend

But yes : Carry bear pepper spray on your side
And a rifle or 9mm handgun :
With 124gr 9mm GDHP +P

BUT I THINK BEAR PEPPER SPRAY IS GREAT

And i know that metal post that make a loud noise or any loud noise that bothers a bears eardrums , generally chases a Bear off

So for me :
1 . Bear Pepper Spray
2 . Noise
3 . HANDGUN / rifle ...

Bears can be imposing if partially habituated ,
Or smell food !
Andrew Lines
Andrew Lines - 2 years ago
PRO 2A IS PRO LIFE
Andrew Lines
Andrew Lines - 2 years ago
No question about it ,

But a can of bear spray on your hip during your hikes is also most relevant .

THANK GOD AND THANK YOU FOR YOUR WONDERFUL INTERACTION .

I THANK YOU MOST KINDLY SIR ...
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
My choice of bear spray is .44 magnum rifle or a revolver which I carry with me on all my trips.

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Andrew Lines
Andrew Lines - 2 years ago
Mr Solo Kayak Adventures :
Please reply with the specs of that water bottle filtration purification system please ,
Thank You .
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
Sawyer Mini filter.
Edge 150
Edge 150 - 2 years ago
I enjoyed this video love the scenery, Alaska is definitely on my bucket list
unbdld42
unbdld42 - 2 years ago
Thank you so much for this video. I really enjoyed watching your adventures! Many blessings…..
johan tijerino
johan tijerino - 2 years ago
is that a inflatable kayak ?
Laurhum67
Laurhum67 - 2 years ago
"This looks like something bear would like but it is what it is...I like it too". That sir, is the most badass comment I've heard on a video for some time. This trip you documented was very well done, and was actually very relaxing to watch..almost like I was there. Thanks for this and please keep filming. Subscriber earned!
Son-Of-Iere
Son-Of-Iere - 2 years ago
The scenery is absolutely stunning. What a beautiful country. Thanks for sharing.
Christian Sæle
Christian Sæle - 2 years ago
Nice vid Mr. You got yourself another subscriber :)
Al Ghost
Al Ghost - 2 years ago
the aliens are watching this. this man is gonna get abducted.
NorthShore ColdSteel
NorthShore ColdSteel - 2 years ago
I had to stop watching when I seen how you hold a fishing rod.
john stan
john stan - 2 years ago
Russian guy is ripped!

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Jeff Woods
Jeff Woods - 2 years ago
great video. the stability on your camera is really good ...is it a go pro 6 ?
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
GoPro 5 with karma grip.
jerome night
jerome night - 2 years ago
just came on to this video , very  enjoyable to watch ,
Anthony Romero
Anthony Romero - 2 years ago
Ever see or hear anything you can't explain? Whether lights in sky ,crazy sounds at night,etc
Athelier Blackloch
Athelier Blackloch - 2 years ago
That was a nice video. Didn't even notice it lasted full hour. I would love to see more :)
asusatetheapple
asusatetheapple - 2 years ago
Great stuff man. Keep it up.
Maaifoedie De La Rey
Maaifoedie De La Rey - 2 years ago
Hey man, I envy you, I've often wondered about a Yukon trip, even though I'm from South Africa.
Derek Murphy
Derek Murphy - 2 years ago
Brilliant documentary well done, a great insight into nature and survival in an amazing place untouched by man.
R bere
R bere - 2 years ago
Great video. subscribed. what is your accent by the way?
SS Fishing
SS Fishing - 2 years ago
I enjoyed your video, I just wanted to point out to you that I live in south florida and I have been fishing my whole life, I don't mean this to be rude...But your doing it WRONG...Let the fishing reel be on the bottom when you are casting or Winding that is the correct way of fishing...
KV
KV - 2 years ago
That is a beautiful rifle in the background at 13:56.
David Maximo
David Maximo - 2 years ago
Wood splitting mauls are not supposed to be sharp, if wood too green or dead, must use wedges.
LlGHTBElNG
LlGHTBElNG - 2 years ago
meanwhile bear grylls, drinking piss and eating poop
Harvey Le
Harvey Le - 2 years ago
Thanks for recording and uploading this. So inspirational.
Halfmoon Sea Kayaks
Halfmoon Sea Kayaks - 2 years ago
Great video, thanks for bringing us there.
Christine Athey
Christine Athey - 2 years ago
I loved to watch your time in Alaska. It’s a dream of mine to go there. Thank you for making this for all of us.
Louis Gerber
Louis Gerber - 2 years ago
inspiring
MIJ mango
MIJ mango - 2 years ago
i loved it. Its dedication
Jawad Ahmed
Jawad Ahmed - 2 years ago
it was worth every second. Beauty all around and you gelled well within. Amazing and would love to replicate it myself
JobS
JobS - 2 years ago
you seem like such a nice person to be around, I loved watching this video.
Morten Standal
Morten Standal - 2 years ago
What kind of camera are u using?

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Andrew Lee
Andrew Lee - 2 years ago
you need to hold the axe differently, use one hand to hold it near the head at the beginning of the swing and move that hand down towards the bottom(where your other hand should/will be) as you swing for more speed, at least that's how I was taught.
paul bieleski
paul bieleski - 2 years ago
inspiring video ... this is life my friend.
onceANexile
onceANexile - 2 years ago
Dam I'm getting hungry!
Roma Brooklyn
Roma Brooklyn - 2 years ago
супер видео !!!!! молодец, так держать! успехов тебе !!!
ArunPlaysPiano
ArunPlaysPiano - 2 years ago
33:10 What would you do if the bear came out and started approaching you? Did you bring a gun with you?
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
Yes, I had a gun. If you continue watching the video you'll see it. If a bear approaching you have to make noise to scare him off.
If he keeps on first shot in front of him. That loud bang should take care of the problem. Most definitely you'd see him run. If it's a wrong kinda bear and he keeps on coming next shot on target.
Rob Wills
Rob Wills - 2 years ago
It looks so awesome to do, it's just beyond the realm of anything I could possibly ever do.... maybe with a group of people, but couldn't do it alone...

Great video btw!
Joseph Tokarz
Joseph Tokarz - 2 years ago
Accidently stumbled across your trip. Great job with the video! Very relaxing, pleasant, even careful with the dull ax too!
ArkaelDren
ArkaelDren - 2 years ago
Man I'm sorry, been splitting wood all my life and that was "Painful". Watching you use that spinner upside down was hard as well. Render down some pike oil, might taste a bit shitty but if done right its not bad. I am really enjoying the trip.
Maksim Lu
Maksim Lu - 2 years ago
how you charge camera battery
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
I have 16W solar panels to charge my electronics.
soPhuzy
soPhuzy - 2 years ago
you should of ate that taco hat
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
Excellent idea...I'm gonna do that on my next trip. The video definitely gonna get more comments.
JOE BLOB
JOE BLOB - 2 years ago
That was great, thanks for taking us along!
rvz77
rvz77 - 2 years ago
I see your Henry all weather rifle. Nice! Great video of your trip. Thanks for bringing us along to live vicariously!
gypsyheart
gypsyheart - 2 years ago
I loved watching this , Im living vicariously through your videos Im hoping to see Alaska one day myself Thank you
superjet2771
superjet2771 - 2 years ago
Savage Level 110%
danlatu
danlatu - 2 years ago
I am getting hungry, fresh fish and goya seasoning, tasty! I am sick of subway. You should provide a link to all the equipment you used for your adventure. Camera, kayak, knife, watch, water filter, rain jacket, bug net. You have a lot of balls camping by yourself in bear country, my hats off to you.
Mike B
Mike B - 2 years ago
Gotta be a wedge and sledge or a splitting maul there some where. Nobody uses an ax to split wood. Exhausting getting it stuck.
AG Coarseman
AG Coarseman - 2 years ago
3 weeks in Alaska on an inflatable kayak...man, that’s AWESOME!

BTW you are doing it wrong reeling backwards the spinning reel, LOL, spinning rods are made to bend in the opposite direction. :)
Marijuana870
Marijuana870 - 2 years ago
Alaska do get dark. In the winter it's only 4hour of sunlight and in the summer it 3hour of dark.
mike prodanov
mike prodanov - 2 years ago
Awesome experience... thank you for sharing it with us!
Kieran Gunn
Kieran Gunn - 2 years ago
subbed after the clip @0:44, absolute silence and beauty
Moblie Kxngs
Moblie Kxngs - 2 years ago
When your fishing with a spinning rod the reel is supposed to face the ground but not the sky. But overall great video!
Dave Morrow
Dave Morrow - 2 years ago
Did you get tired of squeezing your water? That's the only downside of that filter. Great video:)
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
Backflushing it daily kept my filter relatively easy to operate even with silty water of Yukon.
Dave Morrow
Dave Morrow - 2 years ago
I agree. I like that filter a lot, more than any others for consistency. These have been my go to for silty rivers where that filter always gets slow: Aquamira Water Treatment Drops. They give you back an hour of your life each day spent "squeezing" :)
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
a little bit of squeezing but it's so small and effective... Thanks.
Zlatan Brankovic
Zlatan Brankovic - 2 years ago
At least learn how to use spinning reel rod...
Mark G
Mark G - 2 years ago
‘Hope you enjoyed my video. If you didn’t it is also ok’. Man, I enjoyed it a lot! Thanks so much for sharing!
Twil
Twil - 2 years ago
The scenery is astonishing!
masoiaXL
masoiaXL - 2 years ago
that cabin is awesome man!
NYKUSHMONSTER
NYKUSHMONSTER - 2 years ago
Did you seriously use a plastic bag to hold the pike?? LOL
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
No, no plastic bags were used. Pike would be very happy... it would break free right away, lol
Caleb Lavelle
Caleb Lavelle - 2 years ago
Where did you start and end
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
From Eagle to Circle.
Ric Seaberg
Ric Seaberg - 2 years ago
Really fun watch, thanks for all your work making this video!!
Paul Gioia
Paul Gioia - 2 years ago
Brilliant! Very Inspiring.
Nik Zechel
Nik Zechel - 2 years ago
Great work!
ItsmeTravi J
ItsmeTravi J - 2 years ago
Great video
Paul Gioia
Paul Gioia - 2 years ago
Holding the pole wrong and your drag was way too loss. lol sorry just noticed.
tigershark203
tigershark203 - 2 years ago
You did a fantastic job on this video. I hope to do this same thing one day...great way for a man to get his thoughts together and put life into perspective!
Vanessa
Vanessa - 2 years ago
you could visit treadwells last camp next time you in the bear country
Vanessa
Vanessa - 2 years ago
i subscribe. very nice calm relaxing sympathic video/person. ;)
Lice Pissidon
Lice Pissidon - 2 years ago
why do u hold your rod reel facing up?
MS
MS - 2 years ago
What kind of inflatable kayak was that?
Al Bau
Al Bau - 2 years ago
Thank your for this adventure trip. Very interesting. You look like a Russian Dude ;)
Rodri Garcia
Rodri Garcia - 2 years ago
Amazing! Does anyone knows the location?
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
From Eagle to Circle. 158 miles.
Michael Tupper
Michael Tupper - 2 years ago
very very nice love your videos thanks for posting
robertlefou
robertlefou - 2 years ago
nice video! no annoying music, no pretentious bullshit, just man and nature. very good.
what i am curious about tho is if you need any permissions to do travels like this in the nature of alaska?
is that route you took just some route u made up by yourself or is it specifically in a public free "reservoir" where you are allowed to fish,camp,make fire at will?

anyways, greetings from germany
take care
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
Thank you... I like this particular stretch of wilderness because it's one of the most beautiful parts of Yukon river.
There is no permit required but you do have to buy fishing license if you intend to fish there. In my opinion its nice and easy float so everyone should be able to do this.
Paul Jensen
Paul Jensen - 2 years ago
Very cool. Especially like the spruce pitch tutorial for wounds. U should incorporate native ways as much as you can in your adventures.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
Thank you... I'm incorporating it. I made pemmican for my upcoming trip to Alaska... a lot of it. This is the best way to preserve meat in my opinion. You'll see it in my next video.
DR Hayden
DR Hayden - 2 years ago
What an awesome video and an amazing achievement. Thank you so much for sharing. I'd love to have the kind of job where I can get the time off to take long trips like these into the wild country.

Question about the Sea Eagle 473rl. Is it wobbly on the water? I've been wanting to get one but I worry about the stability. Thanks for your insight.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
Thank you... As you can see in the video I often paddle my kayak on my knees with no issues at all. In my opinion its more stable than hard shell kayak.
Mike Magnum
Mike Magnum - 2 years ago
I really enjoyed your trip! Although, I had to leave part way through.... my son and I had to go out and shoot y 454 Casull and my 44 magnum with some new loads and today's weather was to much to resist! Bear season is coming up quick and there is much to be done.. I look forward to your next trip my friend, you provide a very well presented video that is a pleasure to watch! Stay safe out there and be careful!
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
Thanks... It's a great way to spend time with your son shooting these fine calibers. Recently I went out to shoot my new ruger redhawk 44 mag which I'm taking to my next big trip this coming June.
What parts are you from?
Evan Horger
Evan Horger - 2 years ago
why didn't you fish for salmon instead of pike?
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
At this time of year salmon runs upstream to spawn and doesn't eat at all so you can't catch it using bait.
Evan Horger
Evan Horger - 2 years ago
btw very cool video!! subscribed! hope to see more adventures like this :D
Blindman Limbo
Blindman Limbo - 2 years ago
you chop wood like a girl your holding your rode upside down bahahahahaha!!!! nice video!
Michael Skorulski
Michael Skorulski - 2 years ago
Beautiful scenery and excellent film quality. Thanks for the adventure.
Adam Casey
Adam Casey - 2 years ago
Very nice! Congrats on an awesome true backcountry trip!
Carl Bloecher
Carl Bloecher - 2 years ago
Before you do it again - please learn to use a spinning reel/rod as it is intended. Reeling backwards doesn't cut it.

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Josue B
Josue B - 2 years ago
I bet you've stepped over a few million dollars in gold out there!
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
Thanks... GoPro5 with karma grip.
MacGyver 2
MacGyver 2 - 2 years ago
Looks intrresting.What brand is ur kayak.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
It's SeaEagle 473rl
MarcoPolo
MarcoPolo - 2 years ago
Loved this video, watched the whole thing high af
Parabola
Parabola - 2 years ago
You’re using your spinning rod upside down =X
Brandon
Brandon - 2 years ago
Subscribed. Really enjoyed following your journey. I would love to do something like this some time.
John Sandlin
John Sandlin - 2 years ago
Great video. You did an excellent job keeping us interested and looking forward to the next one.
Alex Smurfit
Alex Smurfit - 2 years ago
мне кажеться или он говортиь немного с русским акцентом
ΠΑΟ
ΠΑΟ - 2 years ago
Wow at the abandoned mining dredge
GeraldoNX4
GeraldoNX4 - 2 years ago
Good video my friend! wonderful places, wonderful trip .. I share it on my facebook with your permission. Greetings from Argentina!
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
Thank you... Sure you can share it.
Breast Cancer Tv
Breast Cancer Tv - 2 years ago
great video thankyou for sharing!
Luis Cervera
Luis Cervera - 2 years ago
Great video... can you tell me about your hat? Who makes it?
Brandon Fouts
Brandon Fouts - 2 years ago
Awesome Video...thx
William Graves
William Graves - 2 years ago
Great video. I am inspired. What camera are you using?
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
Thanks... GoPro5 plus karma grip
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The Meat Trapper
The Meat Trapper - 2 years ago
This was a truly wonderful video and a trip of a lifetime! Thank you for sharing - it is inspiring. I would love to see a gear review of what you took on the trip - what worked well, what did not, and gear advice for a trip of this nature. Thank you.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
Thank you, I do have a gear video here https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ACTcEK_ojl8
Γιωργος Νικαςmax
Γιωργος Νικαςmax - 2 years ago
Congratulations on your daring! // What kind is your canoe? // Polyester or inflatable? // I like its design, it does for the sea too?// Thank you!
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
Thanks... It's an inflatable kayak SeaEagle 473rl. As the name suggests its good for the sea as well.
The Lumberjack
The Lumberjack - 2 years ago
beef jorky
Antonio Šibalić
Antonio Šibalić - 2 years ago
why do you hold your fishing rod in such way that reel is upside down?
Максим Федоров
Максим Федоров - 2 years ago
OMG, it's so beautiful, I think in Russia the cabins will be all broken or full of trash, great infrastructure. I am the subscriber now!
Der Gorghast
Der Gorghast - 2 years ago
:)
Игорь Наумчик
Игорь Наумчик - 2 years ago
дровосек ))))
Anthony MacKaye
Anthony MacKaye - 2 years ago
Beautiful video, with very good timing between scenes, nothing is boring. Your personality matches perfectly with the environnement. And your rod is not "upside down" for a European viewer. I think only US fishers have the reel above the rod (If that's what people are commenting about). Anyways, you got enough pikes for everybody to agree that you know how to fish !!
Sarcasmo TheGreat
Sarcasmo TheGreat - 2 years ago
Marlin 1895 .45-70?

Good vid. Subscribed.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
1894 .44 mag by Chiappa. Thanks
Daniel Woolman
Daniel Woolman - 2 years ago
Thank You for this video.
TorePåSporet
TorePåSporet - 2 years ago
When paddle, grag a loure.
Edward Miller
Edward Miller - 2 years ago
Great video; well done.
jean billy
jean billy - 2 years ago
the only thing to "complain" is the sound. Not very good (soft). Otherwise is a 2 thumps up. Thanks.
SptifireAce
SptifireAce - 2 years ago
Mate, you have your drag on the reel too loose and also, you can unscrew the handle of the reel and put it on the right sight so you don't have to hold the rod upside down.

Looks like a nice holiday!

Cheers,
TheOutdoorAngler
TheOutdoorAngler - 2 years ago
Very nice video, where’s your accent from??
Frank79811
Frank79811 - 2 years ago
I need a glass of water from river.
mikesxoom
mikesxoom - 2 years ago
First let me say I am envious. This looks great. I however, can't get past him holding the rod upside down when he fishes. :)
john mccormick
john mccormick - 2 years ago
great video
Nomad
Nomad - 2 years ago
'Very' cool video man! You are doing two of the things I like best , Kayak fishing and camping ! As was said by someone else .'Enjoyable to watch .Very relaxing and interesting ! We don't have many bears in the UK though, so I think I would have been bricking it at night trying to sleep in the tent : ) Oh, just out of interest ,do you ever set up one of those wire trips around your tent, with the blank cartridge, to scare an animal that gets too close to your tent at night . Only I saw one used in a program on the television one time ! Does the depth of that river vary much ,only I notice that you can camp right on the edge and it is raining quite a lot ! I liked your boat ...what make was that please ! Many thanks for posting this ,I hope you have many more such ventures .
Killuminati Assassins Survival
Killuminati Assassins Survival - 2 years ago
comforting
cdjk123
cdjk123 - 2 years ago
Why do you use your fishing rod upside down?
J T
J T - 2 years ago
great video mate. what a hell of a trip in a gorgeous place.
William Reilly
William Reilly - 2 years ago
Very nice, thank you for sharing!!
Jontra Volta
Jontra Volta - 2 years ago
Cool mate! Im going out in the wilderness in Sweden next month. I bought myself a Amok Draumr 3.0, Going to be very interesting to sleep in. Thx for the trip, i could almost taste your bread! haha
JACK SPARROW
JACK SPARROW - 2 years ago
That place looks like it is great for the soul!
X. Y.
X. Y. - 2 years ago
this is a dream of mine
Bennnnny1987
Bennnnny1987 - 2 years ago
Great video. Very soothing.
UK Trap Music
UK Trap Music - 2 years ago
type of place you would see a sashquatch . great video
Tim S.
Tim S. - 2 years ago
awesome, thanks for sharing!
Shane Early
Shane Early - 2 years ago
great video cool trip!
Erik Larson
Erik Larson - 2 years ago
Sorry if it's already mentioned. You "should" be able to switch the reel handle on that spinning reel to the other side. I have no idea why they sell them wrong. :) Great video I love it!
CBVTV
CBVTV - 2 years ago
Great video ... I just found it .. I was considering finding a location to make a canoe trip and found your video .. Thanks! What camera and audio equipment did you use?
CBVTV
CBVTV - 2 years ago
Yes I have done it that way also .. my videos are similar except I'm riding a mule... I have a zoom h1 .. I sure would like to find an easier way to get good audio while out and about
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
Yes, I do. Otherwise you're not gonna have a great sound as evident in my earlier videos. Editing takes a lot of time as it is and even more with an audio sync.
CBVTV
CBVTV - 2 years ago
Thank you... do you sync up the audio in post?.. thats alot of work
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
Thanks... I used GoPro5 plus Karma grip and separate audio recorder.
Paul Watterson
Paul Watterson - 2 years ago
Thanks very nice video
John Yu
John Yu - 2 years ago
hey man how long did your water filter last? Cause I got one but it only lasted a week; then I had to start boiling again.
John Yu
John Yu - 2 years ago
ok thanks. i think i might have been using a different kind because i use it like a straw to suck up water
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
You have to back flush the filter and it will last a very long time. It clogs fast if its not done often enough.
Jesus Alfonso Tortolero Martinez
Jesus Alfonso Tortolero Martinez - 2 years ago
What a video! Thank you buddy. I love Alaska.
Col
Col - 2 years ago
This guy is the man
Alon Krasin
Alon Krasin - 2 years ago
AMAZING! Ill travel in Alaska this summer and I would love to know where did you started the trip, if you bought a kayak or rent one and where have you finished and if you rent it how did you get back to the start point with the kayak? thanks!
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
This is my own kayak. You can find all the details including gps coordinates on kayakpacking.co where I'm a contributor. I'm glad you liked the video
Peter Westlake-Webb
Peter Westlake-Webb - 2 years ago
Great video and I really enjoyed watching. Looking forward to your next adventure.
Samantha Shlemantha
Samantha Shlemantha - 2 years ago
Loved your video!! All nature! There is way too much music in other bushcrafting videos. Too much of them trying to be artistic and cool with their shots.

Your voice and accent are lovely to listen to. Thanks for this video, can't wait to see more!!
Steven C
Steven C - 2 years ago
Were you spin fishing for those pike?
Mitch Jones Fragile ego
Mitch Jones Fragile ego - 2 years ago
I've always been told that pikes aren't edible, what do they taste?
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
I like pike more than a trout but it's just me. They do have more bones you just have to eat around it or fillet it correctly.
newname
newname - 2 years ago
Excellent video and adventure. Thank you.
MNA Bhuiyan
MNA Bhuiyan - 2 years ago
what camera did you use mate plz
MNA Bhuiyan
MNA Bhuiyan - 2 years ago
Solo Kayak Adventures thank you for reply. I was going to buy Sony A7iii but your go pro smashed it mate. So I will buy go pro 6
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
GoPro5 and karma grip for smooth video.
Porky Zarate
Porky Zarate - 2 years ago
Do you remember what kind of solar panel charger you have? I'm curious as to which kind you have.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
I have RAVPpower 16W solar panel from Amazon.
Joel Parkour
Joel Parkour - 2 years ago
This guy does pullups on the tree branches and pushups on the river rocks. Fucken mountain man badass
Joel Parkour
Joel Parkour - 2 years ago
Hell yeah brother. No gym required. You have a nice body btw haha no homo
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
Believe it or not you hit the nail on the head. Plus some heavy rock lifting to stay in shape.
The Lumberjack
The Lumberjack - 2 years ago
BEEF JORKY

HALO BEAR
HOW IS GOIN

im kinda jealous. love the vid man thanks for sharing
To Life!
To Life! - 2 years ago
Very enjoyable video!
Sergey Kaprantsev
Sergey Kaprantsev - 2 years ago
Супер! Оч классно
Lëë Sin Only
Lëë Sin Only - 2 years ago
this is soo chilling wow,make more :O nature is wonderfull,you re awesome guide and everything in this vid is great :D
Mad Dog
Mad Dog - 2 years ago
anmature if you turn the axe aroun gravity does the works
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
Another keyboard adviser?
Get Fukd
Get Fukd - 2 years ago
You shouldn’t go on a solo trip without knowing how to use a rod
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
Nice screen name.
Joey Alexandre
Joey Alexandre - 2 years ago
fantastic video, great stuff! loved watching it, great fishing, i hope more people learn to love nature and spend more time with nature and look after it.
growinlegit
growinlegit - 2 years ago
Also if you dont mind, what model of kayak do you have?
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
Yes, SeaEagle 473lr
growinlegit
growinlegit - 2 years ago
I found it I think sea eagle
Account Account
Account Account - 2 years ago
Really awesome trip video! Greater fishing. I'd like to hear a little on what gear/ food you used on the trip & if it worked well or not? What kind was that kayak? Inflatable?? Hope to see more from you!
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
Cabins are for public use no booking required first come first served. SeaEagle pro carbon package that's what I have. My rifle is .44 mag
Account Account
Account Account - 2 years ago
Thanks for your answer-
Great; & I found your gear video & some others. How did you arrange the cabins? Pre- booked through an agency? Or just on map? What specific model (I see they have several 2 person models) of sea eagle kayak did you use? & What caliber was the, Yukon trip, rifle you brought in for bear protection?
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
I had beef jerky, flour, rice, dehydrated fruits and protein powder with me plus I supplemented my diet with fish. Without the fish I'd be starving half way through the trip.
On my next trip I am taking pemmican with me. I made a a few batches already. It doesn't have to be refrigerated and lasts a very long time.
The kayak is inflatable very tough and easy to transport when deflated. Thanks
growinlegit
growinlegit - 2 years ago
What caliber is that rifle you brought?
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
Pacific North West is a beautiful place to live. I am sure you have plenty of good places to explore and camp.
growinlegit
growinlegit - 2 years ago
Nice I was reading thats a good caliber for alaska defense. You know how much id love to tag along on a camp trip like that. I reside on the columbia river OR/WA border.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
It's .44 magnum.
aDescarrega
aDescarrega - 2 years ago
Very nice video :) It was like I/We traveled with you ! You have a nice and calm voice, wich is good. Which camera did you use tu reccord your trip ? It looks very good and steady !
Cheers from France
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
I used gopro 5 with karma grip for smooth shooting. Thank you!
Lin Jackson
Lin Jackson - 2 years ago
Interesting
Pope907
Pope907 - 2 years ago
Hello there, Your video turned out good. Glad you were able to see some animals during your stay along the Yukon River. It was nice to meet you and maybe we will see you again. We posted some new videos from our stay along our Winter Trapline from this past year, you are welcome to check out. Thanks for sharing
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
Hi, its good to hear from you. I hope Audrey and Natrayah are doing well. I'm floating Noatak river in June. All the way down. I'll check out your new videos for sure.
For people who read this comment this is the family who I met in Slavens Road House on Yukon river. Check out their channel. When it comes to living in the wild these guys are the real deal.
36 eb/987
36 eb/987 - 2 years ago
I just subscribed
36 eb/987
36 eb/987 - 2 years ago
Awesome very nice i just watched nice enjoyed watching I'm Native American btw
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
My Canyonlands Green river float last spring was not far from Navajo Nation land. Interesting.
36 eb/987
36 eb/987 - 2 years ago
I'm Navajo from Navajo Nation
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
Thanks. What Native American tribe you belong to?
Kenny Lin
Kenny Lin - 2 years ago
This is DEEE BEST LIFE lol
eupsychon
eupsychon - 2 years ago
Very nice. What camera are you using. Is this a Go pro?
chris topher
chris topher - 2 years ago
Let me demonstrate turn best water in world into best water in world: knob head!
David Bronstein
David Bronstein - 2 years ago
Awesome video so far, and I only just started! Wish I could do this type of trip!
manonthestreetdotcom
manonthestreetdotcom - 2 years ago
Looks like a great experience. What kind of Kayak is that? Thanks for sharing :)
DEECEE's ADVENTURES
DEECEE's ADVENTURES - 2 years ago
good stuff Sir
Stephan Tzoutzourakis
Stephan Tzoutzourakis - 2 years ago
Just watch entire show. Goodjob.
Chow Luvu
Chow Luvu - 2 years ago
I enjoyed all your video. You have a unique way of showing your adventure. Thank you!
BaitTheHook
BaitTheHook - 2 years ago
I love the whole trip except for the fact that you dont hold the fishing reel the right away......... annoying....
Bonus Hunter
Bonus Hunter - 2 years ago
Great stuff. I really love your knife. Can you tell me where I can get one of these? Or tell me the brand and model?
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
Bonus Hunter
Bonus Hunter - 2 years ago
Sorry, but I cannot find the gear list video. Can you please post the link? Greatly appreciated.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
Check out my 'gear list' video. I talk about the knife and all other stuff I use.
Ernie Meadows
Ernie Meadows - 2 years ago
Great videos, really enjoy. If you wouldn’t mind sharing where you got your engraved silver cuff bracelet from I would like to know. Thanks, much appreciated.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
Thanks. Its a 'story bracelet' made for me by Hopi tribe silversmith in Arizona reservation. It tells my story in the form of symbols used by Hopi Indians.
David Bock
David Bock - 2 years ago
What a great video. Thank you.
Inked Skin Deep
Inked Skin Deep - 2 years ago
Great video. Heres a tip, most spinning reels have a reversqble handle. Meaning you can unscrew it & change it to the other side of the reel. It looked like you were using it upside down. Not saying thats wrong at all. A suggestion from a fellow angler.
Greg McKown
Greg McKown - 2 years ago
I quit watching when I saw he was using his spinning reel upside down @ 22:08.
Truth is the new hate speech
Truth is the new hate speech - 2 years ago
Not bad fishing for holding the rod and reel upside down.
MikeD
MikeD - 2 years ago
yep, it's hard to take him seriously after seeing that.
azpitbull
azpitbull - 2 years ago
Personally, I would consider replacing the rifle with a large caliber pistol. Reaction time, aiming point, and body mechanics always improves your advantages, especially from a pistol. Here's a quote...
"When you head into bear country, you must accept that you are no longer at the top of the food chain. Luckily, most bears usually do not want any trouble and will leave the area as soon as they detect you. However, this is not always the case and you should be prepared to defend yourself if you get in a tight situation. A good bear gun should be a part of your defense plan.

That being said, an ounce of prevention is worth more than a pound of cure. By using your brain and taking a few basic precautions out in the woods, you can dramatically reduce your odds of being attacked by a bear.

Give any bear that you encounter, especially a sow with cubs, plenty of space. Make lots of noise so that any bears in the area know that you are there, and carry bear spray.

Firearms should only be used as a last resort to defend yourself from a bear.

A charging bear can move extremely fast and only a hit on the bear’s central nervous system (brain or spine) is guaranteed to stop a bear in its tracks. Even on the biggest bears, the central nervous system is not a large target, so stopping a determined charging bear with a gun makes for some very challenging shooting.

Because of this, you must practice drawing and shooting your chosen gun extensively. Remember: even the biggest and most powerful bear defense guns are not guaranteed to stop a charging bear if you don’t make a good shot." http://www.wideopenspaces.com/10-best-bear-defense-guns-pics/
azpitbull
azpitbull - 2 years ago
40:13 Dredge..Sure looks alot like Tony Beets dredge from Gold Rush. He bought his for a million bucks. I wonder how much that one costs? Thanks for the adventure amigo -very nice!
rocky nazz
rocky nazz - 2 years ago
Great trip, well done!
Gregory R.H.
Gregory R.H. - 2 years ago
Absolutely loved your video! Thanks a lot. Keep it up.
Spectre EH
Spectre EH - 2 years ago
Great video. Thanks for taking us along with you on this Adventure.
simon
simon - 2 years ago
Awesome video !
Tim Kross
Tim Kross - 2 years ago
What type of camera do you use? I want to do survival videos and I want a camera that can withstand the cold and rain.
fugue96
fugue96 - 2 years ago
wonderful
scott cottrill
scott cottrill - 2 years ago
Very nice video. Will subscribe and like. Job well done...
Joe Black
Joe Black - 2 years ago
You did very well. You're definitely Native American. Prove me if I'm wrong. Curious where you're tribe is originally from. I plan on having a trip like yours one day. Alaska and Canada is a beautiful place.
den Men
den Men - 2 years ago
beautiful Pike! thanks for your video! it's a dream for french people!
Randy Shields
Randy Shields - 2 years ago
Thanks for sharing, one cool dude!
Sunset Hunter
Sunset Hunter - 2 years ago
I can see that you filter with a Sawyer filter your water. I have the same filter and have water gauges and it filters zero water !!!!!! it's scam! it may make the water look clean but not healthy! 224 ppm
B Thomas
B Thomas - 2 years ago
Very cool adventure.
Michael O'Mahony
Michael O'Mahony - 2 years ago
loved it
Rob L.
Rob L. - 2 years ago
Great video of your adventure! Thank you for sharing it.
MultiFish777
MultiFish777 - 2 years ago
very interesting and good quality. How did you find all the information regarding cabins that you stayed at along the river? How do you gather your information for the trip? If i would like to stay in one of the cabins can you tell me where would i find more info! спасибо! Also could you tell us more about your kayak? What brand it is and where did you buy it, looks nice.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
I'm gonna do a short video about my gear and kayak in a few days since I go camping tomorrow.
Details of my Yukon river trip will be available on a website where I am a contributor in a few weeks including GPS coordinates for cabins.
It takes a lot of time planing a trip like that studying maps and finding logistics to get there and return most efficient way possible.
My upcoming summer Alaska trip is four months away and 70% of it worked out and partially booked. It's going to be a longer trip above Arctic circle of total wilderness so it takes more time to plan.
If you gonna do the Yukon trip you won't be disappointed. Thanks and good luck.
trueblue
trueblue - 2 years ago
Great stuff - well done - - loved it -thank you!
Raymon Blodgett
Raymon Blodgett - 2 years ago
Nice video, thank you for sharing your adventure. God bless.
lastfanstanding999
lastfanstanding999 - 2 years ago
cool, i like your movie, but next time take a friend, you shouldn't go alone !
Victor vasquez
Victor vasquez - 2 years ago
I enjoyed it very much.
crispy86
crispy86 - 2 years ago
very inspiring and exciting
David Kinney
David Kinney - 2 years ago
I enjoyed your adventure very much and look forward for another one. You made the bannock look so good I think I will try it. God bless and best wishes from N.E. Texas.
doughnutguy82
doughnutguy82 - 2 years ago
On another note, food wise. you should consider making and taking a store of Pemmican. its loaded with protein, fat and tons of calories. you can tweak the recipe for your tastes, too.
doughnutguy82
doughnutguy82 - 2 years ago
Most often, you can move the handle to either side of the reel. that way you can run the reel hanging down, and itll be more comfortable for you.

the bear tracks were from before the rain. you can tell by the drop craters. from the look of it, it was a black bear track. be wary of them, as they have been known to track and attack humans.

love the video and look forward to the next
rc illustrations
rc illustrations - 2 years ago
Well done and well documented. I enjoyed this very much! Pike were my favorite catch. Difficult to land but so much meat. Happy travels!
Richard Presley
Richard Presley - 2 years ago
Thanks for sharing your adventures, your living my dream. Good luck!
Derek Sooman
Derek Sooman - 2 years ago
That is so interesting to watch. I'm not built for that sort of thing myself but that looks great. You made that very, very interesting to watch.
Rus Pesca
Rus Pesca - 2 years ago
Honestly great stuff ! thank you for sharing. love from chile !
PlayHard PlaySafe
PlayHard PlaySafe - 2 years ago
I cant wait for the next thank you for this Video and your time
kazakovg
kazakovg - 2 years ago
Hello!
I like your bracelet very much!
Is it possible to send me several shots of the bracelet?
Thanks in advance!
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
This is a 'story bracelet' made for me by Hopi tribe silversmith from Arizona.
I sent you a few pics of it. Very good artwork.
kazakovg
kazakovg - 2 years ago
djinko@abv.bg
Javor Outdoor
Javor Outdoor - 2 years ago
What a nice Video well done Sir!it brings a little bit Advanture in Our Living Room and a motivation to go out with the Kid and be in Nature to thank 's for that !We wish You more Advantures like this !Greetings from Germany Carsten and Family;)!
Romellyn David
Romellyn David - 2 years ago
awesome
Romellyn David
Romellyn David - 2 years ago
awesome
Romellyn David
Romellyn David - 2 years ago
awesome
chris mitch
chris mitch - 2 years ago
the best fishing spot ever when you caught that little pike.
WooglesOutdoors
WooglesOutdoors - 2 years ago
Great video!!
Jason Poe
Jason Poe - 2 years ago
Nice video, thank you for sharing your adventure.
Casey Ramsey
Casey Ramsey - 2 years ago
Great video. I want to plan a trip. Is it possible to do a 1 week stretch of the Yukon in the mountainous area?
Casey Ramsey
Casey Ramsey - 2 years ago
Thank you.  I am adding this river to my list.  I have a plan to do the Pecos River in Texas this spring.  Have you heard of it?  It has the most petroglyphs of any area I hear.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
You can do it in one week but you would have to cover 23 miles a day roughly to complete a trip in that timeframe.
Distance from Eagle to Circle is 158 miles.
Wojtek W
Wojtek W - 2 years ago
Alaska is beautifull. It was pleasure to see your video. Greetings from Poland :)
eiriktroll
eiriktroll - 2 years ago
looks like a great trip!
Fred Bloggs
Fred Bloggs - 2 years ago
shot with gimble=smooth and quality vid. nice
Oscar M
Oscar M - 2 years ago
are you from TX or Colorado ?
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
I live in South Florida.
Leonidas the Greek Norway
Leonidas the Greek Norway - 2 years ago
Really nice video and nice adventure
James Smith, The Quiet Hiker
James Smith, The Quiet Hiker - 2 years ago
Excellent!
Gary Trotter
Gary Trotter - 2 years ago
Putin !!!
Corin Delgay
Corin Delgay - 2 years ago
Awesome videos, I watched ALL in a day. Please post more very soon! Sending positive vibes Barcelona
Corin Delgay
Corin Delgay - 2 years ago
Also my girl and I are betting where you are from! She says Brazillian/DR/PR? I say East Europe...
Reading Rambo
Reading Rambo - 2 years ago
awesome video! The sawyer mini is garbage tho, definitely recommend the full size
Dale McDonald
Dale McDonald - 2 years ago
Where did you get the chair?
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
I don't remember honestly. I think it was Amazon.
Sergio Monteagudo
Sergio Monteagudo - 2 years ago
wich type of camera you used for video?
bla bla
bla bla - 2 years ago
great video!!
4mykids3
4mykids3 - 2 years ago
are you russian? familiar accent...
Shahram Naseri
Shahram Naseri - 2 years ago
It's the best advanture video with kayak I've ever seen.you paid attention to details .It's amazing thanks for sharing
Smokin Bill Williams
Smokin Bill Williams - 2 years ago
I think this the best Youtube video ever.
Sam Camp
Sam Camp - 2 years ago
Nice. Thx for sharing. Too bad about those chemtrails.
Hammad Ullah Khan
Hammad Ullah Khan - 2 years ago
amazing video, so much to learn about Alaska
tuborg carlsberg
tuborg carlsberg - 2 years ago
As this dude said when you get old you may be more mad about the tings you did not do then the things you did do..
ipokerurmama
ipokerurmama - 2 years ago
Amazing vid! Takes some courage doing this back country trip solo. I see you used the inflatable Sea Eagle kayak. How did it hold up against the shallows and rocks?

I'm also planning a trip with 3 other experienced canoist on the Yukon River Canadian side. Starting at Dawson City. Trip of a lifetime if you ask me!

We do a great deal of back country canoing in Temagami ( northern Ontario, Canada) but looking for something more adventurous in the far north.

Great to see like minded people and those who love the outdoors and what nature has to provide. Brings us all back to the basics and a great deal of self reflections.

If you ever need a canoe partner or if your ever in Ontario I would be interested in showing you our neck of the woods.

Keep the paddle in the water friend and the lungs full of fresh air!
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
SeaEagle is a good quality kayak. I did a lot of trips on it in the Everglades and Ten Thousand Islands in Florida with very sharp shells around so it was well tested before I attempted going on a long trip.
One disadvantage it can't do rapids above class 2. Other than that its good all around expedition kayak.
Canada is a great place for wilderness trips and some day I'll go on a trip there for sure.
Thanks for the offer to show me around your neck of woods I might do it one day.
John Royals
John Royals - 2 years ago
A wonderful Video you did an excellent job thank you :)
Terry Schake
Terry Schake - 2 years ago
Great video. If you like reeling with your right hand then just switch the handle around. You are fishing the rod backwards.
Apalachee Apachee
Apalachee Apachee - 2 years ago
Awesome video sir ...quick tip ....reverse the handle on the reel of your fishing rod and turn it the right way up....the eyes(holes) should be hanging under the rod for optimal use with a spinning rod
Lfo Mod
Lfo Mod - 2 years ago
Nice video! :) Great job and cool experience you had!
Brett D
Brett D - 2 years ago
I really enjoyed your video. What an amazing journey!
Carmel Daher
Carmel Daher - 2 years ago
Beautiful!
Ryan Mcghee
Ryan Mcghee - 2 years ago
Loved your video makes me want to do it.
Mike Smith
Mike Smith - 2 years ago
Great video! Not to poke fun but you're holding your fishing rod upside down.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
I don't mind fun poking ;)
Free L
Free L - 2 years ago
wonderful video beautiful place thank you
abby keel
abby keel - 2 years ago
I really like your video.glad that people, like yourself, take the time to experience God's country.
Those northern pike, what we Canadians call your jackfish, have allot of bones. So they need to be cut a certain way...were you able to get all the bones out?
Love the meadow you were fishing in. And that's one sweet rifle you have.
I'll remember the advice to apply the sticky compound from the spruce, in case I ever cut myself while on my adventures.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
I did manage to cut the Y bone out. After a few trials it became bone free eating experience. Thanks for watching!
AZ Campcraft
AZ Campcraft - 2 years ago
Nice video very much enjoyed, subscribed for more. I just bought a kayak and am looking forward to doing some kayak camping trips out here in AZ.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
Arizona is a great place for kayak camping. Thanks for watching!
Karen Cole
Karen Cole - 2 years ago
This old Great Grandma loved our trip❤️Thank You for taking me with you❤️
Roy Garza
Roy Garza - 2 years ago
Anyone notice he was reeling the reel backwards????
Act Naturally
Act Naturally - 2 years ago
Great video, keep em coming!! Please help small channels like mine get to 1000 subscribers. Thank YOU - Act Naturally
TRACKERV
TRACKERV - 2 years ago
Did you know that you can probably move the crank handle on your reel to the other side so you don’t have to use your rod upside down
Enjoyed the video,
Рыбалка сплавом
Рыбалка сплавом - 2 years ago
Good job man. Great videos !
B Q
B Q - 2 years ago
Very impressive. God bless you with continued success on future trips.
Donald Dickinson
Donald Dickinson - 2 years ago
Great video! Thanks for sharing.
ASAD ULLAH
ASAD ULLAH - 2 years ago
Love it <3 I enjoyed the video so much thank you for sharing your adventure with us too
louise smith
louise smith - 2 years ago
loved are video
Malkowicz
Malkowicz - 2 years ago
How did you charge your batteries?
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
I have 16W solar panels to charge all my stuff.
snafu918
snafu918 - 2 years ago
Can I ask what kind of camera and stabilizer are you using?
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
GoPro and Karma grip.
Brianne Morna
Brianne Morna - 2 years ago
I really like this what nationality are you. very smooth and peaceful. well done
tom bob
tom bob - 2 years ago
i really like the video just just a fishing tip real with the other hand n hold the real facing down works alot smoother :)
Brian Cook
Brian Cook - 2 years ago
He's looking at me, I'm looking at him. Haha nice video
PeytonsPawPaw 1
PeytonsPawPaw 1 - 2 years ago
That log was whooping his ass @ 13:35
Stringer Media
Stringer Media - 2 years ago
What are you eating? 53:41
Stringer Media
Stringer Media - 2 years ago
One of the best travelling channels I have seen. Not over rated, No drama and not self absorbed. Just the real deal and really good camera work. Can I ask what the two models of cameras you are using? One sounds like a Panasonic. The other maybe a gopro? Thank You for sharing.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
I use GoPro with Karma grip and separate audio recorder. No other camera in this video but I just got Sony action cam for close ups. Thank you :)
Ben Broomhall
Ben Broomhall - 2 years ago
this is great
lloyd aguilar
lloyd aguilar - 2 years ago
Why were you reeling with reel upside down?
Smokin Bill Williams
Smokin Bill Williams - 2 years ago
Lmao
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
So people can post more comments in this section
shaun ramsey
shaun ramsey - 2 years ago
who do all these cabins belong to?
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
Belong and maintained by the state.
Rockyamstel001
Rockyamstel001 - 2 years ago
I totally enjoyed your video. I've been up to Alaska several times...but what you did was amazing. If you ever look for another kayak member to tag along...just let me know.
James Row
James Row - 2 years ago
Nice video.
shawn walden
shawn walden - 2 years ago
cool vid, thanks for sharing, I know you mentioned you spoke at length to one of the cabin owners but what about the rest?
shawn walden
shawn walden - 2 years ago
very very cool!!!! ill look forward to more of your adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
The rest were built by various hunters and trappers. These people are no longer around so state stocks and maintains these cabins for public use.
Victoria Melendez
Victoria Melendez - 2 years ago
Iam planning to move to fairbank Alaska next year what you think? I want to buld a big cabin that why i need a big strong man
nomadic hunter
nomadic hunter - 2 years ago
Victoria Melendez you need to bring a lot money, it is very expensive here. Visit first, before moving.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
You have to try it first before you commit to building something there.
Summers are nice minus the mosquitos but winters are long and cold.
You never know if one might like it or not until you try.
I'm not Spanish I was born in northern Europe originally. Thanks for watching
Victoria Melendez
Victoria Melendez - 2 years ago
Hey you have a a sent where are you from look Spanish well I am from Puerto Rico and I am looking for a man like you
Baloo p
Baloo p - 2 years ago
Aint that the dredge from Gold rush alaska=)
Frank M
Frank M - 2 years ago
Very great watch. Thank you for the video.
BRICKCITY9MM
BRICKCITY9MM - 2 years ago
you should bring a goat with you on your next trip , do like the Muslims do, in case you set lonely.
thunderlord2200
thunderlord2200 - 2 years ago
love the video man thanks for the time. very beautful indeed, its sad to see very little to no wild life around there. i am very surprised you found a native to the area to help u. im sucked how little bear proof the last cabin was. insteas it had more a mordon look and large open windows. need them nails in wood over the windows for the ears. surprised you came so close to a bear in said cabin.

love the video really wish you make alot more
metaspencer
metaspencer - 2 years ago
Awesome video, man ... and what a cool cabin. Really nice to see ... I've subscribed!
cslay06
cslay06 - 2 years ago
Great video! Glad I found your channel.
Daniel Woods
Daniel Woods - 2 years ago
great, thanks for taking the effort and sharing with us
Jeckyll859
Jeckyll859 - 2 years ago
Outstanding job sir! Thank you for sharing!
InTheZero
InTheZero - 2 years ago
huge chemtrail at 59.10 other than that very good video
Ciel Vert
Ciel Vert - 2 years ago
Lovely video ! All the best from Bulgaria !
Todd Moores
Todd Moores - 2 years ago
Well done. I was looking to kick back and relax and enjoy an online adventure and you provided that in spades. You really conveyed the tranquility of the moment and the surroundings. Good luck on your future adventures. Be safe!
Jared
Jared - 2 years ago
Great video and thanks for sharing your journey!
kenshindoman
kenshindoman - 2 years ago
Those cabins you stayed in...who makes them and pays for them? Who maintains them?
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
Cabins were built by hunters and trappers back in the days. Now it's for public use maintained and stocked by the state.
Jarame Mitchell
Jarame Mitchell - 2 years ago
he's pretty fortunate, he must be going early in the season to be shirtless with no mosquitos.. i live here in Alaska and have been up on the yukon a couple different times during the summers and the mosquitos will eat you alive...
Josh C
Josh C - 2 years ago
Great job man. Loved the video
D NS
D NS - 2 years ago
Thank you. PS you are to hold a spinning reel upside down and if you are right handed you hold rod in your right hand and reel in with your left hand.
christian hayd
christian hayd - 2 years ago
great video--thanks.hi from southern Germany.chris
Donpardo
Donpardo - 2 years ago
Hi Bro, great footage! RE, Bears: just remember Timothy Treadwell!! you obviously made it in one piece,
well done, you're a free spirit!
SpottedXtreme
SpottedXtreme - 2 years ago
Great video keep up the good work
Gary Harris
Gary Harris - 2 years ago
Great video, just watched it and currently in the hospital. Took my mind on a very relaxing enjoyable adventure. Fellow has a good screen presence, great job men should be in the movies. G Harris
badchefi
badchefi - 2 years ago
Always kill your catch, don’t be this guy.
badchefi
badchefi - 2 years ago
I would personally never camp in a riverbed below what looks like a high water mark.
g b16
g b16 - 2 years ago
Brave man looks unbelievable bet you miss it every day !
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
I do miss it. I'll be back to Alaska this summer for a month long trip in the Arctic region. Thanks!
Cool & Quiet
Cool & Quiet - 2 years ago
Great trip footage! That dredge building is amazing!
Michael Crawford
Michael Crawford - 2 years ago
Not how you split wood
Steele McInnes
Steele McInnes - 2 years ago
This so good. Thankyou.
Paul Baggett
Paul Baggett - 2 years ago
Great Video Brother!!! I always Love Alaska!!! May I make one request,,, When you see the wildlife can you zoom in so we can see it better.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
I got a new sony camera in addition to GoPro specifically for that purpose to be able to see wild life closer.
GoPro makes everything looks farther than it really is. Thanks
kim beattie
kim beattie - 2 years ago
Nice trip i have been to Yukon and Alaska many times and allways enjoy my outtings
littlebrotherDFRJ
littlebrotherDFRJ - 2 years ago
Maybe I missed it in the video, but where was your starting point? I see you ended at Circle.
Josuah Duffy
Josuah Duffy - 2 years ago
ime in Melbourne Australia ,yet i am travelling down the yukon tonight .. great stuff mate ,good onya
Loliyo Abundiz
Loliyo Abundiz - 2 years ago
felicidades hermano, el video esta de lujo. nogales,sonora.MX
spijkerpoes
spijkerpoes - 2 years ago
Wow, a real good film about a real good trip. No rushing, no endless geartalk sheit, no- I'm the bushcraft master - show off. This trip makes my little kayak adventures look like visits to the local park.. I hope to see more of your trips! Big phat wounded thumb up!
Simon King
Simon King - 2 years ago
Really enjoyed this video, excellent ...thankyou so much, I subscribed and will avidly watch more of your videos.
anthony oliver
anthony oliver - 2 years ago
Great video, I’m jealous wish I was there. As far as the fishing and wood chopping at least he’s trying to learn most people now days don’t even know what a ax is lol!! Let alone go camping in complete wilderness alone. Good luck and god bless!!
W B
W B - 2 years ago
This was awesome. You should do another one.
Tony Felts
Tony Felts - 2 years ago
I enjoy video ...Pike looked good.
official slaytoven
official slaytoven - 2 years ago
THIS IS GREAT! really enjoyed seeing you survive but also not excessively use resources ! makes me wanna go :)
SpinDrift
SpinDrift - 2 years ago
that Norlund Axe is the pattern I need to complete my collection. Its the hardest to find. Wanna sell it?
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
It's not my axe. I found it there and left it there.
duncang01
duncang01 - 2 years ago
I see you have a Marlin Guide Gun in 45/70 or 450. I've been to Alaska a few times, both Spring and Winter, I love it. Why not carry a 12 ga and Slugs, 00 Buck and some #6 for all around usage?
duncang01
duncang01 - 2 years ago
Hogs are tough, you are correct. I had a Marlin 45/70 Guide Gun and it would kill the shooter and the shootee.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
This is 1892 by Chiappa in .44 mag but basically same design as Marlin you mentioned. It's a take down so it takes a lot less space for easy transportation.
Throw it in a small backpack and you are ready to go.
I hunt wild hogs with it and it's extremely effective as hogs are very tough animals. Not quite as tough as grizzlies but I think close second.
12ga is very effective too it's just not my personal choice.
Rustifer
Rustifer - 2 years ago
What was it you put on your thumb to promote healing ? Did you say spruce birch ? Is that near to spruce pine. That what the tree looked like to me. Spruce pine.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
Spruce pitch from black spruce tree. I don't know if any other pine family trees have similar properties.
Penney Bayer
Penney Bayer - 2 years ago
I like to hear you talk, you have such a soft, gentle voice that is refreshing and you sure know what you are doing. very good.
Nathaniel Cleveland
Nathaniel Cleveland - 2 years ago
Great video, thanks for taking time to put it together!
danthedewman1
danthedewman1 - 2 years ago
Nothing wrong with the reel or pole...holding it upside down is different....Spent time on the Yukon on a moose hunt near Grayling, AK...Beautiful out there..Lived 43 years in Alaska, and the bears are not behind every tree like some folks think..lol..I think in all my time fishing and hunting I saw maybe 12 -15 bears in the wild..What part of the Yukon did you start at.?? There is also Sheefish, Grayling, Char..in the Yukon tributaries
Ian Hopcraft
Ian Hopcraft - 2 years ago
Great video, lots of practical tips (but you can't swing an axe for toffee ;-)!). Got to get me a water filter like yours, I didn't trust them until watching this. You have the same camp chair as me - 'ultra lite' is the make - recommended. Thanks.
Philip Smith
Philip Smith - 2 years ago
Thanks for sharing,very enjoyable
Tincho Arcuzio
Tincho Arcuzio - 2 years ago
how is the name of that filter?
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
Sawyer mini
AirScholar
AirScholar - 2 years ago
Next time, if any, you go through the cabins, instead of just using the cabins and consuming the cut wood, try to contribute to the wood pile or make a repair to the cabin and leave something useful behind.
People before you did this and made your stay pleasant.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
You need to use a chainsaw and cut trees to restock wood. It's national preserve and you're not allowed to do that. Park rangers take care of that as it's public use cabins.
Tommy Rudolph
Tommy Rudolph - 2 years ago
What kind of Gimbal do you stabilize your camera with?
Tommy Rudolph
Tommy Rudolph - 2 years ago
Solo Kayak Adventures thank you they’re beautiful shots
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
It's karma grip.
remy brassard
remy brassard - 2 years ago
what solar pannel are you using?and what are you charging with it
remy brassard
remy brassard - 2 years ago
thank you and btw nice video
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
It's 16W solar charger. I charge my camera and gimbal grip. You can charge your phone but there is no reception in that region.
James Dean
James Dean - 2 years ago
Why are you using that open face real upside down lol
tskfrcdgr
tskfrcdgr - 2 years ago
A tip when chopping wood with big pieces and the ax is stuck. Swing it back up in the air but when it gets above your head twist it around so that the back of the ax is facing the ground and bring it down hard. This will split the wood easier and unfree your ax at the same time. Give it a go and let us know if it helps. You share with me, I like to share with you. Cheers.
Bluenose67
Bluenose67 - 2 years ago
Great vid, just subscribed...Love your sense of adventure!
Anthony
Anthony - 2 years ago
What camera did you use?
Shawn Langille
Shawn Langille - 2 years ago
Beautifully shot. Great video. Really enjoyed this . Thanks for sharing.
cuegards
cuegards - 2 years ago
What kind of water filter bottle is that?
Duane Armstrong
Duane Armstrong - 2 years ago
I love the video man I gotta subscribe
Ross Stillwater
Ross Stillwater - 2 years ago
Very enjoyable,was like being there with you. Bannock with honey over a fire sounds delicious,I'm going to try that.
Garry Swark
Garry Swark - 2 years ago
you are one of the few with brains. Yes, you made some mistakes but i did see a rifle big enough to stop a bear or mad moose. Most of the people on these trips seem to miss the reality of being alone in the bush with out some sort of protection. I know that a loud noise will not chase away a predator. Next time let the world know what the caliber of the gun is for future reference. thnx. Keep up the show. Late r ok
Smokin Bill Williams
Smokin Bill Williams - 2 years ago
44 mag
zzzombiez
zzzombiez - 2 years ago
Thanks for sharing that, Brother. I really like it up there. - Mike in Coronado
Sanat Chakraborty
Sanat Chakraborty - 2 years ago
Super solid Camping Vedios.. thanks for your Vedios..
Christopher Graff
Christopher Graff - 2 years ago
Thanks !
Nice to watch
TheChris P1
TheChris P1 - 2 years ago
How does one go about planning an adventure like this? That would be awesome!! How do you know what route to take to find those cabins?
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
It takes a while to plan a trip like that researching every little detail specially how to get there and successfully depart.
The cabins have GPS coordinates so it can be found just don't pass it or you won't be able to paddle against the stream to get back. Thanks
robert mcghie
robert mcghie - 2 years ago
brilliant thanks for sharing my brother,,one life,one LOVE,, xxxbobblexx
Syn Survival & Bushcraft
Syn Survival & Bushcraft - 2 years ago
I miss that river.
Panopticon
Panopticon - 2 years ago
This is some smooooth entertainment.
Vegard Jensen
Vegard Jensen - 2 years ago
Your Holding the reel upside down haha
Michael Barker
Michael Barker - 2 years ago
That looks like an inflatable kayak. What brand/model is it?
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
It's SeaEagle kayak
W B
W B - 2 years ago
What kind of camera did you use?
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
GoPro5
HALO INSTINCTS
HALO INSTINCTS - 2 years ago
Water smells pretty good? What a dumb lie. Skipping this video
Robert Perrin
Robert Perrin - 2 years ago
This was really cool, thank you for all the footage!
La Haine
La Haine - 2 years ago
Impressive! And how about the temperature ?
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
Thanks, temperature from 40's to high 80's F
Kenneth Acheson
Kenneth Acheson - 2 years ago
did you filet the northerns to cut out the "y" bones??
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
Yes, I did. I had to practice a little before it came out perfect. From a third pike on it was totally bone free eating experience.
Al Jacovic
Al Jacovic - 2 years ago
No mosquitos around Yukon river ? You are so lucky man !  Nice trip .
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
Some locations had a good number of mosquitoes some didn't. Overall wasn't that bad. I am not very sensitive to mosquitoe bites. Thanks
acoldcanuck
acoldcanuck - 2 years ago
That was very enjoyable GREAT
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
I was born in one of the Baltic states. Thanks
Joe king
Joe king - 2 years ago
best... i would pee in my pants sleep there at night :)
George Schmidt
George Schmidt - 2 years ago
Really nice video! What month of the year did you do this trip? I'm planning a canoe trip for this coming summer from Whitehorse to Dawson City.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
July/August. Thanks
Mad Penguin
Mad Penguin - 2 years ago
Awesome, easy viewing thanks!
Billy
Billy - 2 years ago
why not get a left handed reel?
Billy
Billy - 2 years ago
Oh man what a pain, but you made it work I guess !
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
I didn't use the reel since I bought it. Couldn't flip it to the right side during the trip. The thread got fused. I had to use a pair of pliers to unscrew it when I returned home.
Michael Wilkinson
Michael Wilkinson - 2 years ago
love ur videos but audio spikes r killing me in my headphones.
Michael Wilkinson
Michael Wilkinson - 2 years ago
eg the woodchopping but also when u cut to a different talking scene
Jim Baird The Adventurer
Jim Baird The Adventurer - 2 years ago
NIce, glad i came across your channel
Angus MacGOYver
Angus MacGOYver - 2 years ago
When you see clear water mix with muddy water, between 2 rivers it's usually a good place to fish. Good luck !
Angus MacGOYver
Angus MacGOYver - 2 years ago
I like your video, good job fishing too. I did this up near the border of Canada and caught a huge muskie from my canoe, it was incredible. My setup is a lot like yours.
TroutShark
TroutShark - 2 years ago
Where did you start your trip?  I did a very similar trip upstream in 2010.  Johnsons Crossing to Dawson City.  Took over a month.   Awesome trip with friends!
Jachel1000
Jachel1000 - 2 years ago
I enjoyed your vid.The best i ever saw of camping and nature
Nick Antonaccio
Nick Antonaccio - 2 years ago
Such an enjoyable video - thank you!
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
Thank you for your kind words. I did check it several years ago. I had it for a very long time and was concerned as well. I do use sunblock and make sure to never get a sunburn. I strongly suggest to everyone to do the same. Thanks again for your concern.
Laurence Dodds
Laurence Dodds - 2 years ago
For me, I enjoyed the sights. Lots to see, nature in its most natural state. You met a few people on route, shared knowledge and moved on. You made it seem relaxing, but I suspect there were some hard jobs to do too. Thanks for sharing your journey. I notice a few comments here from the hardcore outback guys, to you I think you are missing the point of this journey. I am sure you were trying to help in your advice though.
Ryan Young
Ryan Young - 2 years ago
"It's 720 and the sun is still high"
Rick Miner
Rick Miner - 2 years ago
This video kept coming into my recommendations and I’ve been avoiding it. Kinda sorry I did. How cool! Thanks for sharing this with us.
Cyra dLdu
Cyra dLdu - 2 years ago
James S D
James S D - 2 years ago
Wow, gotta try and do that there myself one day now, fantastic, greetings from London England, thanks...
bMoreBidness20
bMoreBidness20 - 2 years ago
Why are you holding that rod and reel upside down? just so you know, in the future...with spinning reels, you can take the handle off and put it on whatever side you are comfortable reeling with.
Wâldrinner
Wâldrinner - 2 years ago
Thanks for sharing, super nice vid!!
Maurice Brown
Maurice Brown - 2 years ago
Nice video.. just a thought though , if you unwind your spinning rod handle and put it on the other side ( looks like your right handed ) you will be able to fish the rod how it was made..
Mark Gervase
Mark Gervase - 2 years ago
Nice and entertaining, relaxing. What kind of a kayak is that your using?
Jeremy Berger
Jeremy Berger - 2 years ago
Awesome vid !
Jowa malcolmson
Jowa malcolmson - 2 years ago
What do you use for starter fire and lighters or matches?
Gary h
Gary h - 2 years ago
Very cool adventure, thanks for sharing
D WS
D WS - 2 years ago
well done trip clip ... the Yukon is a magical river, and rich with history..every inch of it. Tnx for efforts.
TheEZGZ
TheEZGZ - 2 years ago
Well Done! To Thumbs up! Priceless memories for you.
matthew giacobbe
matthew giacobbe - 2 years ago
Your fishing reel is upside down.
Woodrow Pass
Woodrow Pass - 2 years ago
How is it you are an outdoors-man, yet havent a clue how to throw, reel and hold rod and reel? Most children who are in and around the outdoors learn at a very young age how to do what you havent,,, Im a little perplexed
ipokerurmama
ipokerurmama - 2 years ago
I'm sure you would be beging for this man for help if you where stranded in the back country. Out door survival is not about knowing one thing well. It's about knowing a fair amount about everything. That's how you survive and he did an amazing job.
littlebrotherDFRJ
littlebrotherDFRJ - 2 years ago
Throwing shade at the guy who spent 3 weeks alone along the Yuokn river? Big talk from a guy sitting on his couch.
nigel base
nigel base - 2 years ago
Woodrow Pass right or wrong he caught and ate fish.....get over yourself!!
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 2 years ago
I am not an angler. I do this only to get food when there is no other options. I did fish when I was a kid but not much.
อภิรักษ์ กิ่งทอง
อภิรักษ์ กิ่งทอง - 2 years ago
very good
Joe Carbone
Joe Carbone - 2 years ago
You got the rod upside down buddy. And tighten your drag on your reel. It'll help a bunch. Cool video.
Jake Russell
Jake Russell - 2 years ago
Im quite certain it was due to his injured thumb. When landing the fish you can see the eyeholes facing down (correct way for a spinning rod).
Yak Smack
Yak Smack - 2 years ago
Embarrassing.
jaime mierow
jaime mierow - 2 years ago
its pretty cool that a guy like this can know very little about proper technique yet still has the ability to live out in the wilderness for 3 weeks at a time. Im not sure Id want to go do that- i know that i would be capable but it was just a thought that i had. Hes a character thats for sure
Pat Niccolai
Pat Niccolai - 2 years ago
Very enjoyable video, thank you...
I'm not complaining but your drag was set way too light and you had your real upside down I'm sure you know that I've seen people on and off for the last 50 years try to fish that way it's much easier if you have it on the bottom and if the handles on the wrong side switch it around it's much more comfortable
Stevie Sellers
Stevie Sellers - 2 years ago
I was wondering why he was reeling backwards lol I started pondering if it was possible to switch it like that.Then i thought it was a left hand reel flipped over to be a right handed reel. But i am glad that i wasnt the only one to notice. But hey....it worked I guess LOL
CoreyBanksFishing
CoreyBanksFishing - 2 years ago
Joe Carbone dude i was like o my god what is he doing. I felt disgraced
Thomas OConnell
Thomas OConnell - 2 years ago
I noticed too
pher8487
pher8487 - 2 years ago
All you need now is a guitar and singing some Kenny Chesney songs.
mick owen
mick owen - 2 years ago
y did u not kill the pike I mean its just a tap on the head, do it they don't need 2 suffer
paintur68
paintur68 - 2 years ago
Subscribed. :-D
conan barbarian
conan barbarian - 3 years ago
Awesome video Yuri Chesney.;)
Heather Renae
Heather Renae - 3 years ago
I really enjoyed this thank you for sharing your adventure with us!
Gina Beana
Gina Beana - 3 years ago
What a great video! Ty for sharing! All these comments about the way you used your fishing rod are stupid...you cought a LOT of fish! So you must be doing it right! Much love!
dedi Sembiring
dedi Sembiring - 3 years ago
Really nice video :)
bigchunk1
bigchunk1 - 3 years ago
one of the most interesting things I have seen in awhile.
Adaptron Ankidu
Adaptron Ankidu - 3 years ago
What a freedom!
Allison Goodall
Allison Goodall - 3 years ago
Awesome video...loved this would like to have understood more about the well stocked cabins...why are they there?
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 3 years ago
Thanks. Each cabin have a different history. These cabins are built by trappers and hunters of the past. Many passed away but national park services maintain and stock these cabins for public use.
Paddle Camp Cook
Paddle Camp Cook - 3 years ago
What kind of kayak do you have?
cornflake73
cornflake73 - 3 years ago
I enjoyed your journal of the experiences you had during your three week adventure in Alaska bush country. very relaxing too watch and I just loved those cabins you stayed at. very cozy and quaint. I hope you make another one some day.
Paddle Camp Cook
Paddle Camp Cook - 3 years ago
Planning a trip from the Missouri Headwaters down to St. Louis. Found your videos while doing research. Keep them coming.
Paddle Camp Cook
Paddle Camp Cook - 3 years ago
You audio has gotten a bunch better! Love your trips! Keep an coming
Wheelman Josh
Wheelman Josh - 3 years ago
You didn't stay very long in that first cabin. Did you rent it?
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 3 years ago
These cabins are for public use. Built a long time ago by trappers/hunters. First come first served.
Tammy Petry
Tammy Petry - 3 years ago
Excellent video and BTW you are one beautiful gorgeous sexy man.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 3 years ago
Thank you :)
ziff house
ziff house - 3 years ago
beautifull !
Michelle Mercado
Michelle Mercado - 3 years ago
Hello ThankU for all your videos and stay safe.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 3 years ago
Thank you!
Fred Warren
Fred Warren - 3 years ago
thanks for your Video, I want to do similar, however it wont happen, but I would be interested in joining a  camping  tour. Im Aussie 74 yo, maybe you can suggest something for me.... I was wanting to start Whitehorse and cover Dawson Creek . doing a round trip ending back in Whitehorse Via Watsons lake?
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 3 years ago
I am not familiar with camping tour companies East of the border. Never explored Canadian part of Yukon river.
NZ Salt Flats Racer
NZ Salt Flats Racer - 3 years ago
Alone in the wilderness is something everybody should experience. I thought you were going to break the axe there, it splits easier 90 deg to the growth ring.
Kevin Mcdonnell
Kevin Mcdonnell - 3 years ago
I could see the Clearwater your camera work is good looks amazing on my big screen TV this is good stuff great job
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 3 years ago
Cool, I haven't watched it on big screen yet. Thanks
Richard Anderson
Richard Anderson - 3 years ago
Just so you know, if your diet is only Northern Pike, you will die, there is not enough fat, it's too lean of a meat. I did here you will last longer by eating the whole fish, yup, the skin, eyes and some internal organs, yum. lol.
Smokin Bill Williams
Smokin Bill Williams - 2 years ago
No this guy knows what up. He just on vacation.
•Jo•
•Jo• - 2 years ago
Wait I didn’t think this guy was in a survival situation? Is that his aim?
Smokin Bill Williams
Smokin Bill Williams - 2 years ago
He will be okay for short time like this, but you are correct. Fat is extremely important especially in cold weather. And you will die without it for prolonged times.
TheMwnciboo
TheMwnciboo - 2 years ago
Soup the organs, skin, eyes etc....Not as good as eating raw, but helps. I heard the early 18th century trappers on the Hudson ate themselves to death on rabbit as they had no other source of vitamins because they wouldn't eat greens, even grass would have kept them alive. I don't think SKA will have a problem, he seems a switched on guy.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 3 years ago
Pike tastes so good. I'll die a happy man ;)
Danno Themanno
Danno Themanno - 3 years ago
Great vid. Love your spirit of adventure and nice job on the video shots, editing, commentary. I thought your accent sounded eastern Euro...maybe Polish but saw a comment about something maybe I didn't catch about Chechneyan. In any case welcome to N America and nice job, mate. Really enjoyed it.   p.s. Sarah Jones is a bitch.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 3 years ago
That's where I am from. Riga, capital of Latvia.
Danno Themanno
Danno Themanno - 3 years ago
Cool. My son-in-law and three grandkids are Latvian-blooded.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 3 years ago
I was born in Baltic states. US is my home for almost a quarter of century now. Thanks.
Danno Themanno
Danno Themanno - 3 years ago
subbed.
Anubis Ma-At
Anubis Ma-At - 3 years ago
that flour bread that you made at the cabin was something i have been making since i was 5 years old. in my country, Jamaica, boiled dumplings, which is the same mix, just boiled in water instead, is a daley meal. my mom when cooking would give me and my brother pinches of the raw dough which we would squeeze on sticks and bake on the open flame.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 3 years ago
Very interesting. I guess many nations around the world have similar simple recepie but baking it over the fire makes it taste better than just baking it in the oven.
disco07
disco07 - 3 years ago
Absolutely. A really interesting fun to watch video. I really worked hard outside today. This is a pleasant surprise. Thank you
mike theberge
mike theberge - 3 years ago
awesome video thanks for sharing
KJ L
KJ L - 3 years ago
33:21 are you sure those aren't bigfoot footprint?
Adam Kucharczyk
Adam Kucharczyk - 3 years ago
Besides the adventure itself (which I do envy with all my heart...) I do like the quality, you camera shows Alaska in the background perfectly and you have a good suspension, so the video is smooth and nice to watch (like 3:46 when it's clear the camera in not fixed to the kayak). Thanks for a great video :)
Seahawk.Customs.Pc
Seahawk.Customs.Pc - 3 years ago
+Solo Kayak Adventures

Hello my friend very nice video. And one amazing camping trip alone. Alaska has some of the most important and beautiful places in the wilderness. New sub keep up the great work and be safe...
Roger Mainville
Roger Mainville - 3 years ago
Good boy yourself
thanks for posting your video
Judi
Judi - 3 years ago
Just a guy and nature chilling ,great video. subscribed!
Eddy Spagetti
Eddy Spagetti - 3 years ago
@50:00 wow ! it's so amazing to see what people build, not just for themselves, but for the use of strangers as well...we should all feel PROUD of our practice to "leave it better than you found it" that is ingrained in our culture. what an inviting place, especially on a cold/wet night.
Black Warrior Lures
Black Warrior Lures - 3 years ago
Hey, what's the name of that filter?
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 3 years ago
Sawyer mini
adfasd
adfasd - 3 years ago
excellent video, one recommendation would be to normalize and compress all the audio so that all of your dialogue has equal average volume across all scenes, i was having to increase and decrease the volume. The video is amazing though. Thanks for doing this.
Stephen Andrusco
Stephen Andrusco - 3 years ago
nice video, subscribed.
Oregon Fun
Oregon Fun - 3 years ago
Great video. Nice job catching those fish. Don’t worry about the internet trolls. They never get off the couch and do much but complain lol.
piney power
piney power - 2 years ago
D Stewart even worse is when they leave the clicker on
D Stewart
D Stewart - 2 years ago
upside down spinning reel is horrible to watch
piney power
piney power - 2 years ago
We’re not trolls he was holding the rod upside down I fish for a living not on my couch sorry just trying to tell him the proper way to use a spinning rod everyone’s not a troll just because they correct someone.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 3 years ago
Thanks. I am not worried. Comes with the territory ;)
Anna Zinonos
Anna Zinonos - 3 years ago
nice nail window, do i listen to russian accent?
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 3 years ago
I was born in Baltic states but my first language is Russian. Don't get to speak it much these days.
Mother Earth Balance/ El Buen Estar/aka Sky
Mother Earth Balance/ El Buen Estar/aka Sky - 3 years ago
bro this nice great stuff wish i could go there too and get away love the way u film cool setup...bro can u tell us about ur camera setup what u use and how charge batteries with solar panel...
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 3 years ago
16W panel
Mother Earth Balance/ El Buen Estar/aka Sky
Mother Earth Balance/ El Buen Estar/aka Sky - 3 years ago
cool how many watt the solar penal?
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 3 years ago
GoPro, Karma grip, audio recorder, mic and a solar panel to charge all that. Thanks for watching
Alejandro W. López
Alejandro W. López - 3 years ago
I want going there ...this is my dream. I am Spanish but I want to go alone for a few days...I love that land
Tea Last
Tea Last - 3 years ago
This is an awesome video. Thank you for sharing!!!
BAKERSMAN
BAKERSMAN - 3 years ago
Awesome video.  Thanks for making it.
Survivalfuchsbr
Survivalfuchsbr - 3 years ago
Great video, very nice, thanks for sharing :-)
dedi Sembiring
dedi Sembiring - 3 years ago
No bear there ?
Peggy Ann Parkes
Peggy Ann Parkes - 3 years ago
My mother always made a salve from pinon pine gum and petroleum jelly (Vaseline). Melt the pitch in a disposable pan and strain it through a couple layers of gauze. Then add that much petroleum jelly and stir. Store in small, airtight containers. Use on literally everything.
Freekind Scary
Freekind Scary - 3 years ago
good men didn't shot the bear
Freekind Scary
Freekind Scary - 3 years ago
nice
willibill c
willibill c - 3 years ago
Great video, my Uncle an his wife lived in Michigan, after they retired, they spent every summer in Alaska, they loved it up their he had a pickup with a camper in the box, and pulled his boat also, he died in Alaska in a boating accident doing what he loved to do, where he loved to be.
willibill c
willibill c - 3 years ago
In the rutting season, you don't want to mess with a Moose either, I here they can be deadly.
NYCamper62
NYCamper62 - 3 years ago
I like how this guy respects the wilderness, nature & the property he visited.
Burton Outdoors
Burton Outdoors - 3 years ago
Amazing video footage, I've watched it all from here in the UK (East Grinstead) amazing scenery, going to watch some of your other videos now, subbed you too. Cheers, Lee (Burton Outdoors)
joe walsh
joe walsh - 3 years ago
What is the model of Kayak
Taka Yama
Taka Yama - 3 years ago
In 2000, I met old boy coming down Yukon in kayak. He was giving it up at Yukon bridge. Said water filter clogged up from silt couldn't use it, so drank straight from river. He'd been at it two weeks. He planned to go to sea, but had enough at bridge. You ain't split much wood, have you? Wrong tool. Needed a wedge axe. Whew, wear me out watching that. Watch a video on using a spinning reel, rod. You had it upside down. At least you caught fish, pike, bones but good eating. Anyway, hey, I love the video! Great job with this video! I've been all over from Fairbanks, but only by car. Up to Prospect Creek on Dawson Highway. Most interesting thing I saw was a wolf. Barely glimpsed him. Saw a heap of meese.
MultiFish777
MultiFish777 - 2 years ago
lol, he will learn, he is just beginner. but he is making good effort and that we love it
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 3 years ago
You gotta back flush your filter daily or it will clog up.
That is not my axe. It's something I found in the cabin. It's been used and abused for a number of years.
Philip Tetteh
Philip Tetteh - 3 years ago
Nice!
Isn't that Tony Beet's dredge? For Gold Rush on Discovery Channel??
Anyways, great adventure!
And thanks for sharing.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 3 years ago
No it's not. It's Coal Creek dredge. Thanks for watching
Kentucky Woodsman
Kentucky Woodsman - 3 years ago
Man what an awesome paddling trip. Thank you for sharing
Joe Yountz
Joe Yountz - 3 years ago
Great vid ....
Sun Shine
Sun Shine - 3 years ago
I enjoy the video immensely. The solitude, the natural beauty, the tranquility and fishing and eating fish. The best part of all is that you enjoy it when you are at your best!!!
Sassy Grsa
Sassy Grsa - 3 years ago
is it me or does that black patch in woods look like its moving and swaying at 57:19 ?
Rob Evers
Rob Evers - 3 years ago
Great vid! Enjoyed it very much. Spent a few years living in The Yukon and know this river a bit (only the Canadian part). Lookin' forward to more because you catch exactly what relaxing up North is all about (in summer).
Buddy Rowe
Buddy Rowe - 3 years ago
you are the russian version of kenny chesney
soisitimpossible
soisitimpossible - 3 years ago
15:10....don't like to sound like a skeptic but your rifle isn't even close! All I can say is you'll always need it when it's too far away lol! Just a piece of advice someone gave me and followed it ever since.....it has saved my skin twice now!
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 3 years ago
GoPro camera makes objects appear farther than they really are.
But certain risks have to be accepted or it's best not to take any trips of that nature at all.
Jan Sveen
Jan Sveen - 3 years ago
Great video. No music, just the sound of life on the river. really lovely,
D Mp
D Mp - 3 years ago
where are you from?
Dylan Goodboy
Dylan Goodboy - 3 years ago
10:37 tetanus
helmutoil
helmutoil - 3 years ago
What a fantastic Video, I want to do that its perfect!
Leticia Mondragon
Leticia Mondragon - 3 years ago
I would LOVE to do this someday...maybe next summer 2018.
TAM
TAM - 3 years ago
tam australia.i have travelled alaska summer to start of winter 30 below..amazing place such a feeling of freedom and space.loved your video.
Repairguy 2
Repairguy 2 - 3 years ago
Upsidedown on the reel !!
HENRY RIFLE
HENRY RIFLE - 3 years ago
I ENJOYED WATCHING THIS IT WAS GREAT
Solo Over 50
Solo Over 50 - 3 years ago
Nice job!
Cody Sciscione
Cody Sciscione - 3 years ago
The axe wasn't dull it was the way you swung it, no power
snacklofter
snacklofter - 3 years ago
Superb video. Thank you.
seamanjive
seamanjive - 3 years ago
Loved it, super film, th for sharing. I used to go wild fishing in New Zealand, sometimes away for 2 weeks. Living by your own effort is very rewarding. Luckily no bears in NZ!!! Thx again.
ed mazzeo
ed mazzeo - 3 years ago
thanks for a really nice video.
John Ganshow
John Ganshow - 3 years ago
Started in Eagle?
Alvin Olson
Alvin Olson - 3 years ago
Thanks for putting a great effort into recording your camping trip. Gave me a great insight into the wilderness on your side of the world . All the best from Tauranga New Zealand.
Chris F
Chris F - 3 years ago
Sexy guy =D
FEELING HEALING FREQUENCES
FEELING HEALING FREQUENCES - 3 years ago
Chris F yes sexy body, like young Putin
MCM
MCM - 3 years ago
Thanks for putting this together... easy to follow... well done!
dieselphiend
dieselphiend - 3 years ago
So very entertaining! Who needs TV?
Geo T
Geo T - 3 years ago
Not many large rivers yield clean fish anymore. The main clean rivers simply have fewer people along them (country folk who hate the EPA don't appreciate that factor).
Sean
Sean - 3 years ago
Best video i have seen in a long time...just amazing.
amy fletcher
amy fletcher - 3 years ago
I am surprised no one has tried to fix the engine on the dredger. Lots of interesting information..Thank you!!
henleyable
henleyable - 3 years ago
lol that ol' timers a relic.. would need a complete overhaul
LastCynicStanding
LastCynicStanding - 3 years ago
Wait..... so you packed a plastic cup to show off your water filter?
#1 preparedness
LastCynicStanding
LastCynicStanding - 3 years ago
Haha!
#2 preparedness for the wine
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 3 years ago
Plastic cup to drink some wine I had with me ;)
singer3188
singer3188 - 3 years ago
damn you werent kidding when you said you cut your finger badly you damn near cut your thumb off
Erik Gonzalez
Erik Gonzalez - 3 years ago
nice man! did it ever get hard to sleep out there with the sun not going down? good video.
J Ellis
J Ellis - 3 years ago
Thanks for sharing this beautiful place with us. Very well done
kenneth alcorn
kenneth alcorn - 3 years ago
fantastic video
Robert Agri Chillin' Outdoors
Robert Agri Chillin' Outdoors - 3 years ago
I enjoyed your adventure and so glad I found your channel .
Lumberjack Outdoors
Lumberjack Outdoors - 3 years ago
Very cool man, that cabin at 10:55 looks amazing. I need to start living and get out on trips like this. Incredible!!
bloodknot101
bloodknot101 - 3 years ago
did u reserve the cabin in advance or take a chance it would be empty when you needed it? enjoyed the video - 2 thumbs up!!
bloodknot101
bloodknot101 - 3 years ago
understood - thx 4 getting back to me about it. how is the thumb wound now? interesting that the natives really know some good natural remedies. i am going to send a pm and hope you find it.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 3 years ago
There is no reservation. First come first served. These cabins are used in the winter by mushers during Yukon Quest dog sled race. In the summer it's not used much.
PCL Outdoors & Bushcraft
PCL Outdoors & Bushcraft - 3 years ago
Great video & thumbs up!
fasx56
fasx56 - 3 years ago
The axe you are using to split wood is way to light, you need an eight or ten pound splitting mall. Enjoyed watching your solo adventure, you must have a lot of confidence in your abilities, there are so many circumstances where one can get hurt.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 3 years ago
I had two choices of splitting the wood. My bare hands or the axe I found in that cabin. Thanks for watching!
2199SPUDMAN
2199SPUDMAN - 3 years ago
Is it just me, or does this guy seem to have no idea what he's doing? He certainly has no clue how to land a pike. And why eat pike when you can get trout and salmon? He gets points for wearing a wife beatter with all those mosquitos.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 3 years ago
How the hell did I even survive​ the trip right? Pure luck...
You can't catch salmon on Yukon unless you own a fishing wheel. When salmon goes to spawn in the summer it travels upstream without eating anything fueled by stored fat.
Only fish you can catch is pike and grayling in the side streams. No trout there either.
Kevin Byrne
Kevin Byrne - 3 years ago
Beautiful country. I noticed that you weren't constantly swatting mosquitoes, gnats, etc. Interesting that cabins, dredges, ... survive intact in the wilderness.
Happy Hartshornes
Happy Hartshornes - 3 years ago
That was fantastic!
Dat Andthis
Dat Andthis - 3 years ago
what cameras did you have and equipment. thanks
Dat Andthis
Dat Andthis - 3 years ago
nice! thanks
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 3 years ago
GoPro + Karma grip and audio recorder Zoom H1
Aziz Bekov
Aziz Bekov - 3 years ago
Nice video. How is it sleeping in a tent with bears wandering around - you must have been completely exhausted near the end of your trip ?
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 3 years ago
I was worried a little but only for the first couple of days. I still slept like a baby. Before the trip everyone's told me bears gonna have me for dinner. I proved them wrong.
Charles Johnson
Charles Johnson - 3 years ago
Would love the opportunity to do what you are doing ! What an Adventure !!!
Templario1118
Templario1118 - 3 years ago
Nice video man! Regards from Spain
Frederik Dörries
Frederik Dörries - 3 years ago
Great adventure! Really inspiring, thanks for sharing.
Urocyon
Urocyon - 3 years ago
You don't really need a water filter in Alaska. It's better to be safe than sorry tho.
Bennnnny1987
Bennnnny1987 - 2 years ago
Yeah, not the place where you wanna get the shitters really bad - and particularly not in a canoe.
Jack Walsh
Jack Walsh - 3 years ago
Great video man. The views were stunning
Jeffrey Hurlbut
Jeffrey Hurlbut - 3 years ago
Why are you holding the reel up side down
Alex George
Alex George - 3 years ago
Fantastic video mate! thoroughly enjoyable, thanks :-)
mindy burton
mindy burton - 3 years ago
how did you put the canoe in to the plane?
Gabriel Pesciallo
Gabriel Pesciallo - 2 years ago
where did you begin kaiaking?
Damian Chuck
Damian Chuck - 3 years ago
What type of kayak is that?
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 3 years ago
It's inflatable. Got it to Alaska all the way from my home state of Florida.
Emanuel B
Emanuel B - 3 years ago
Well done! Time for a gear video!
Rio Simmons
Rio Simmons - 3 years ago
For Pete's sake will you learn how to f**** fish and turn the goddamn fishing rod over I hate people that fish the wrong f**** way like a kid you don't know how to use a spinning reel rod
nigel base
nigel base - 2 years ago
Rio Simmons get over it!
Donald Goforth
Donald Goforth - 3 years ago
Best video in some time. Enjoy the trip with you. Got to try the bread over the fire. THANKS DG
Tew Dogs
Tew Dogs - 3 years ago
why no trolling as you were paddling?
Girl in the Woods
Girl in the Woods - 3 years ago
Kenny Chesney look- alike! Thanks nice vid :)
asusatetheapple
asusatetheapple - 2 years ago
....pauly shore..jk
Mitch Jones Fragile ego
Mitch Jones Fragile ego - 2 years ago
Looks like Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone imo :)
•Jo•
•Jo• - 2 years ago
Girl in the Woods I was thinking the same thing!!!
Dr Dwg
Dr Dwg - 3 years ago
Dis nig look like a poor man kenny chesney!!!!
LindyTN
LindyTN - 3 years ago
He reminds me of Lou Diamond Phillips. lol
henleyable
henleyable - 3 years ago
Was thinking Jean Claude van dam..
Geo T
Geo T - 3 years ago
"Have another beer in Chechnya."
Macca Mph
Macca Mph - 3 years ago
awesome upload. thanks for sharing
WackysWanderings
WackysWanderings - 3 years ago
Awesome!!!! What else can I say? :-)
Mostly humble 1
Mostly humble 1 - 3 years ago
Some may criticize your ace handling, on the swing. I see you as just being careful. No hospitals for 100's of miles. Great video.
Solo Kayak Adventures
Solo Kayak Adventures - 3 years ago
Avoiding serious injury on this trip was number one priority for me. Could be potentially life ending...

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