Almost Drowned While Fishing In Dangerous Currents (Tropical Island Part 10 of 14)

OK, here is the story, usually this time of year, there shouldn't be a lot of current on this beach. But after this video the locals told us, that with climate change, now all of the year it can be dangerous to swim there. The current was so strong we wouldn't have made it back without the flippers. We were swimming full speed to the sore but we were most of the time standing at the same spot. Only the waves brought us in. Also the waves threw us on sharp corals and we got several cuts. Tropical waters are often infested with sharks, in this region particularly there where White Sharks, Tiger Sharks and Bull Sharks. This was a very dangerous situation and I am glad that we came out alive. One day after this video was shot a man drowned on a neighboring beach. 2 days before this video was made another man drowned on a neighboring island. Please be careful on beaches that you don't know and always ask the locals. I survived but I was lucky. Always be careful when eating fish from the tropics. Sometimes this fish can come with ciguatera poisoning. Please enquire at the locals if the fish can be eaten or not. On my island this fish was safe to eat. After I saw some locals catching and eating even smaller fish I caught one myself. Want to know what gear I am using? Check out my amazon store: http://astore.amazon.com/survlill-20 Almost Drowned While Fishing In Dangerous Currents Want a Survival Lilly T-Shirt? https://shop.spreadshirt.com/SurvivalLilly Lilly`s new cameras: Sony http://amzn.to/2b5w5of Olympus http://amzn.to/2naRUWC ► More Videos To Watch – Lilly’s Favorites ◄ Helicopter Drop Off On Vancouver Island https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WASK7oF9dog Survival Bow https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xPwuCbN3j3Q Top 5 Wild Edibles https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZwxL0vD3r4w&t=74s How To Make A Fire Without Matches Or Lighter https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VAF7Pl7R2Xg --------------------------------------------------------------- ► SOCIAL MEDIA ◄ Facebook ► https://goo.gl/j79k3j Website ► www.survivallilly.at Twitter ► https://twitter.com/SurvivalLilly Instagram ► https://instagram.com/survival_lilly/ ♥ Feel free to subscribe to my channel. Please share my videos on Facebook and Reddit. Thanks ♥ Hi, my name is Lilly and I like spending time in nature to practice my survival and bushcraft skills. This channel documents my learning process of all wilderness and urban survival skills.This is not a purely primitive survival channel. Sometimes I use modern tools which people might have at hand in a real survival situation. Thanks for watching ~ Survival Lilly Almost Killed Myself While Fishing In Dangerous Currents survival

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OK, here is the story, usually this time of year, there shouldn't be a lot of current on this beach. But after this video the locals told us, that with climate change, now all of the year it can be dangerous to swim there. The current was so strong we wouldn't have made it back without the flippers. We were swimming full speed to the sore but we were most of the time standing at the same spot. Only the waves brought us in. Also the waves threw us on sharp corals and we got several cuts. Tropical waters are often infested with sharks, in this region particularly there where White Sharks, Tiger Sharks and Bull Sharks. This was a very dangerous situation and I am glad that we came out alive. One day after this video was shot a man drowned on a neighboring beach. 2 days before this video was made another man drowned on a neighboring island. Please be careful on beaches that you don't know and always ask the locals. I survived but I was lucky. Always be careful when eating fish from the tropics. Sometimes this fish can come with ciguatera poisoning. Please enquire at the locals if the fish can be eaten or not. On my island this fish was safe to eat. After I saw some locals catching and eating even smaller fish I caught one myself. Want to know what gear I am using? Check out my amazon store: http://astore.amazon.com/survlill-20 Almost Drowned While Fishing In Dangerous Currents Want a Survival Lilly T-Shirt? https://shop.spreadshirt.com/SurvivalLilly Lilly`s new cameras: Sony http://amzn.to/2b5w5of Olympus http://amzn.to/2naRUWC ► More Videos To Watch – Lilly’s Favorites ◄ Helicopter Drop Off On Vancouver Island https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WASK7oF9dog Survival Bow https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xPwuCbN3j3Q Top 5 Wild Edibles https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZwxL0vD3r4w&t=74s How To Make A Fire Without Matches Or Lighter https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VAF7Pl7R2Xg --------------------------------------------------------------- ► SOCIAL MEDIA ◄ Facebook ► https://goo.gl/j79k3j Website ► www.survivallilly.at Twitter ► https://twitter.com/SurvivalLilly Instagram ► https://instagram.com/survival_lilly/ ♥ Feel free to subscribe to my channel. Please share my videos on Facebook and Reddit. Thanks ♥ Hi, my name is Lilly and I like spending time in nature to practice my survival and bushcraft skills. This channel documents my learning process of all wilderness and urban survival skills.This is not a purely primitive survival channel. Sometimes I use modern tools which people might have at hand in a real survival situation. Thanks for watching ~ Survival Lilly Almost Killed Myself While Fishing In Dangerous Currents survival

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Survival Lilly
Survival Lilly - 3 years ago
Similiar pot I used in the video: http://amzn.to/2fA1a3L, I used the fire steel on my knife blade which is a big NO GO. However I have to say that at this point the knife was already wrecked, (broken tip, chipped etc...) so I did not really care anymore. This was the last day I used this knife, so I did not mind striking the fire steel on the blade. Thanks for watching.
priya heikru
priya heikru - 3 years ago
Nice ass
freddy santiago
freddy santiago - 3 years ago
Amazing beautiful woman with amazing footage I really enjoy your journeys I wanted to ask would you do a survival footage of desert surviving video would be much appreciated much love take care
John Smith
John Smith - 3 years ago
Lilly, any word on the post apocalyptic guys?
MrPottymouth122
MrPottymouth122 - 3 years ago
Lilly, love your channel & what we learn from it. I did miss your usual narrative in this one though. I absorb alot verbally is why. Thanks for publishing!
sleveille4
sleveille4 - 3 years ago
Paradigm2012Shift very good advice, NEVER fight the current, all you will manage to do is exhaust and drown faster.
flp308bc
flp308bc - 3 years ago
Survival Lilly:Check out the US Phrobis III Marine issue M9.
It has a working saw back.
It will get shaving sharp with DMT diamond stones, hold an edge longer than anything and you can disassemble a brick building with it.
I run paracord in the barrel ring for retention.
If you can break it in your lifetime you can probably get a job with the Defense Department as a knife tester.
The sheath has wire cutter and pouch for fire steel with a built in stone on the back.
It is the best I've found, so far.
Eric Rider
Eric Rider - 3 years ago
You forget how hard husking coconuts is until you see someone else do it! Have you ever used the stake method? Another great video!
v vendetta
v vendetta - 3 years ago
Marry me?
mariorossiexcite
mariorossiexcite - 3 years ago
Survival Lilly Are you gonna sell that knife?
Survival Felix
Survival Felix - 3 years ago
Leiwondes Video

LG
David Jeffrey Spetch
David Jeffrey Spetch - 3 years ago
Just goes to show how quickly things can turn for the worse Lilly. Glad to see your inner and outer strength pulled you through to suruvive hence the survival part of your show. Steer clear from camping out of caves bears are hibernating in eh Lilly ;)
Paradigm2012Shift
Paradigm2012Shift - 3 years ago
Hi Survival Lilly, Excellent adventure video. Rip tides and currents can be unpredictable. People are taught to swim with the current, mostly parallel to land while gradually swimming back to shore. Even the strongest swimmers can't out swim strong tides / currents. Glad that you and your camera person made it out safely. Safe Travels. Thanks for sharing.
Survival and More
Survival and More - 3 years ago
Nice
Guy Johnson
Guy Johnson - 3 years ago
One very little fish
Andrew Green
Andrew Green - 3 years ago
i heard the trick is to swim like to the corner of the current
Pandorin
Pandorin - 3 years ago
Omfg NOOO LILLY!!! Did you die!!!! Wtf are you ok!!!!
RALEIGH WOOD
RALEIGH WOOD - 3 years ago
LOL climate change
Bobby A
Bobby A - 3 years ago
Did you check tidal charts for that area? It lists high and low tides. Also weather can greatly change the water conditions. Time your dive and stick to the tidal schedule and you should be okay.
SinApex
SinApex - 3 years ago
Watching through this series of videos, every time I see you husking a coconut it reminds me of PolynesianCultural's videos which honestly taught me a lot about the things you can use coconuts for and, as strange as it sounds, made me appreciate coconuts a lot more.
Erich Kempka
Erich Kempka - 3 years ago
10 minutes after they drink too much coconut milk everybody gets nightmarish diarrhea. Okay it didn't happen to you ???so I guess it's only me then.

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The Triggerati
The Triggerati - 3 years ago
Damn your arms are sexy.
777jec
777jec - 3 years ago
where is that at Lilly ?
777jec
777jec - 3 years ago
where is that at Lilly ?
TUGamer ZX08
TUGamer ZX08 - 3 years ago
1:15 is the camera really where i think it is??
James Corpuz
James Corpuz - 3 years ago
How to make every thing nice: play uke music in the background
supercrew63
supercrew63 - 3 years ago
btw i do love your videos,thank you for your hard work.
Ben Cooper
Ben Cooper - 3 years ago
Careful, have a local diver or fisher with you - they can spot rip currents for you.
Jorge Washington
Jorge Washington - 3 years ago
Saw your video "Alone in the Canadian Wilderness". Amazing and exciting to say the least. One of the best videos I have seen on YouTube. It was more exciting to watch than any adventure Hollywood movie. I thought a bear was definitely going to appear especially when you cooked the fish. I also learned alot. Thank you Lilly. You have amazing skills.....Jorge
BJ Martin
BJ Martin - 3 years ago
As a kid, I could hold my breath a very long time. If it wasn't for that, I probably would have drowned once when I lived in Florida. It pulled me under and twisted me, I couldn't tell what was up or down or sideways because everything was the same brightness. That one day, I got lucky because it was over my time limit underwater. Never told anyone.
allseeing stye
allseeing stye - 3 years ago
Lilly's coconuts are the best.

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Balbino Louzan Fidalgo
Balbino Louzan Fidalgo - 3 years ago
Hello, please could you go back to describe what are you doing coma used to describe each step you were doing a video but lately you are just showing it and full visual impaired people like myself quite hard to get exactly what you are doing, if it is difficult to do it, maybe a solution could be with the boys off after when you are editing video thank you very much for everythin
Sofa King Good
Sofa King Good - 3 years ago
4:00 Lilly at her most beautiful moment of the video.
gilbert furguson
gilbert furguson - 3 years ago
thought i had seen the signs of rip tide in an earlier video,, thanks for describing
Daemon Lee
Daemon Lee - 3 years ago
Be careful girl, wouldn't want to lose you!
Linus Linus
Linus Linus - 3 years ago
u can just keep three stones and keep the vessel on top and cook easily
Rodrigo Bogado
Rodrigo Bogado - 3 years ago
Binge watching your videos, I love it!
Rob Nance
Rob Nance - 3 years ago
Hey Lilly, good video and I live to watch such a sweet skilled woman cooking her catch of the day! Bless you!
Anthony Wurthmann
Anthony Wurthmann - 3 years ago
Please be careful. I am selfish and do not want to lose you.
Cj Playz
Cj Playz - 3 years ago
Gutes video ich finds dass sehr interessant keep up the good work
Zer0 Tolerance
Zer0 Tolerance - 3 years ago
Undertow is no joke. I'm a strong swimmer and had to bring my friend to shore because he was drowning. It was the most physically exerting thing I've ever had to do. The ocean was sucking me under the whole time and my friend definitely wouldn't have made it on his own.
ghanaboyz
ghanaboyz - 3 years ago
Well done. Glad it sorted out.

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Ivan Hamlyn
Ivan Hamlyn - 3 years ago
Where is this ?
Trumpet Fish
Trumpet Fish - 3 years ago
Lilly, what is your background for doing these videos? Nice islands, sometimes helicopter, must cost a lot of money??
Psychonaut
Psychonaut - 3 years ago
Auf welcher Insel warst du denn?
HOOKEM IN THE MOUTH KAYAK FISHING
HOOKEM IN THE MOUTH KAYAK FISHING - 3 years ago
You have a great video .I'll be back to see more . Thanks for sharing with the world.If you have a chance check my channel out.If you like hit subscribe.Let me know you did and ill say WHAT UP?! HOLLA AT YA BOY!!!!! Keep up the good work! Take Care God Bless!
jaromir kopřiva
jaromir kopřiva - 3 years ago
Měla jsi točit i live. Co bude další destinace? Aljaška....Tropy...co dál ?
MichaelKingsfordGray
MichaelKingsfordGray - 3 years ago
I wonder if the "effort to food-value" ratio was worth it. I expect that you spent more energy than you got in return.
Kathryn Kenyon
Kathryn Kenyon - 3 years ago
SO GLAD YOU CAME BACK SAFELY! WORRIED ME A BIT, BUT YOU ALWAYS TAKE YOUR CHALLENGES WITH SUCH A GREAT SPIRIT! BTW YOU LOOK STRONG AS HELL TOO!
KatieQuake 111
KatieQuake 111 - 3 years ago
This is one of those videos were your not sure if it would be an insult to like it.
Blackbart5118
Blackbart5118 - 3 years ago
Sounds like you got caught in a rip tide, also called rip current. If you find yourself in a situation like this again, remember to swim parallel to the shore until you're out of the rip tide, do not panic and try to fight it. These types of dangerous ocean currents are actually narrow channels of water and can be escaped by swimming parallel to the shore util you're out of them.
Doran Kruse
Doran Kruse - 3 years ago
Lilly< I would love to be with you on the beach surviving on the local resources. I enjoy your channel very much and will continue watching and learning new wood craft from you. thank you for your work.
Ajay Kalim14
Ajay Kalim14 - 3 years ago
I dont know wtf im doing here.
Royal Cambo
Royal Cambo - 3 years ago
cool ever
Bruno Antunes06
Bruno Antunes06 - 3 years ago
Hey Lilly check out this little zippo hatchet https://youtu.be/iH8Fom6JnFo , that’s just an idea for a test video ! Love you bye
Der Messias der Satire
Der Messias der Satire - 3 years ago
Eine Frau die sich selbst in der Wildnis helfen kann,selten. Gutes Video
Alfred Sup 14
Alfred Sup 14 - 3 years ago
were you buy your arrows????? PLEASE RESPOND¡¡¡¡¡¡¡
grhenf2
grhenf2 - 3 years ago
If you are being pulled out to deeper water it is likely because you have entered a current channel that allows the water that waves have washed in to return to the ocean. You can see these current channels (Google: rip tide) because where they cross the breakers the breaker wall is smaller than that to either side and the water is more mixed (often churning up sand). To get out of the channel you don't swim back against the current (that is how people exhaust themselves), instead you swim perpendicular to the current channel until you get back into normal water. Steeper beaches are worse than flatter beaches for this effect. If you can get a view from above the beach, it will be easy to spot these areas. Study the water and waves for 10-15 minutes and you will get a good idea of what the water on that beach is doing and showing you where not to swim. In a rocky area don't enter in enclosed spaces where waves wash into a narrow channel, it will strongly pull you seaward.
OutdoorsMan
OutdoorsMan - 3 years ago
wooooow didnt realize how beautiful you are!!!! awsome video!
Marky Marco
Marky Marco - 3 years ago
This is much better than taking down trees in every video.
fingal42
fingal42 - 3 years ago
Phew! That fish resembles a freshwater perch (perca). A species I'm very familiar with, but I was surprised to see a marine fish looking so similar.
Александр Гадоев
Александр Гадоев - 3 years ago
I fell in love :D

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Phil Tarrant
Phil Tarrant - 3 years ago
excellent.............enjoy your vidios....thanks
bruce wayne
bruce wayne - 3 years ago
Survival Lilly by name and by nature. I never really stopped to think that "Lilly" is actually a really nice girls name. Random
THE GAMING
THE GAMING - 3 years ago
I love You Lilly, I am from México
Timothy Hays
Timothy Hays - 3 years ago
So do we call him videographer guy or just Mr. Hand? lol Glad you are ok. Pretty sure between this and the crab trap, is how most of Puerto Rico is eating right now. There is no tourism, simple survival only. Bridges and highways just.... gone...zero infrastructure, no power at all. Total and complete devastation. Barbuda is abandoned until further notice, moved population to sister island. Lot of the islands took a hit, PR was hit twice. Between this and Mexico...bad joo joo in the tropics. Love to have tea at the Eagles Nest sometime......Peace
Skyler Christiansen
Skyler Christiansen - 3 years ago
Just saying didnt like the video to be a dick just liked it because of the way you cooked the fish in coconut oil and i thought it was interesting
Shy Slime
Shy Slime - 3 years ago
How much sand did you eat along with the fish?
Natis Ev
Natis Ev - 3 years ago
Yeeees you didint make me cringe when scaling the fish it was easier because the fis was small but still you did it right and didint try to cut of the scales
Scott Worthington
Scott Worthington - 3 years ago
Is there a fella named Gilligan on that island? Seems like you're never getting off.
Philsgoodnow
Philsgoodnow - 3 years ago
Hi Lilly, Yesterday I was going to show my son your post about getting your Styler sniper rifle. I love that video, you were so excited, like a child on Christmas morning who could not wait to tear off the wrapping. The way you looked when you saw the weapon was a joy to watch, the targets at each distance were superb...Then I saw the post where you nearly drown , my heart sank Lilly! I watched the whole post and was very happy that you were OK. When I lived in Alaska the Cook Inlet, (a large body of water in south central Alaska), would get sever rip tides like a huge spinning tube, that has taken many lives. I am so glad you are safe!!! Best regards young lady...I still think you need a spanking,
Canadian Prepper
Canadian Prepper - 3 years ago
You are far more brave than I, the ocean scares the heck out of me, I stick to freshwater lakes!
mybestyears
mybestyears - 3 years ago
The oceans are the strongest wild force in this world, we need to respect it, never be afraid. Before goes to the water, first thing to do is stay in front of it and observe for at least 15 minutes the waves action, because their act in different ways in different times of the day. They act like "waves", for some minutes goes strong and them goes calm, and this pattern will be repeated again and again. There's no "two equal days" in the sea, every day it behaves differently. It's the most fantastic place in the entire world. I'll be really afraid in a place where bears are living.
Eazy E
Eazy E - 3 years ago
Canadian Prepper same
RAD POL
RAD POL - 3 years ago
best solution for rip currents is to swim side way and then try to back shore
Lee Chalk
Lee Chalk - 3 years ago
You should plan to come back to the interior of British Columbia Canada. We live in Princeton B.C. The Dear here in town are more aggressive than the Bears or mountain lions. thanks for sharing your videos with us. cheers
Didi Marks
Didi Marks - 3 years ago
Kokosnuss knacken in einer Survival-Situation ohne Messer/Hammer etc., sondern mit Steinen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T9bXoOa1qTg
Rita Allen
Rita Allen - 3 years ago
I see you made it to your next birthday "HAPPY BIRTHDAY" keep on teaching us to survive!
Anonymus
Anonymus - 3 years ago
dat kinda resembles a tilapia
Cus band
Cus band - 3 years ago
Always be careful
Ability Videos
Ability Videos - 3 years ago
omg I can't believed you survived. Congratulations. Your videos get more and more survival and professional every week. I can't wait to see the one between you and the attacking jellyfish next.
DarkSlime[YT]
DarkSlime[YT] - 3 years ago
I'm glad you didn't get drowned
WAYNE HOUSKA
WAYNE HOUSKA - 3 years ago
Thank you for sharing. So while you cooked and ate your fish, your friend had steak... :o)
Moto Rick
Moto Rick - 3 years ago
That evil climate change almost claims Survival Lily. I always check my yard for "climate change" before going outside. /sarcasm off
Moto Rick
Moto Rick - 3 years ago
How can you seriously think that climate change is responsible for a local current hazard? Have you considered that it may be because of other factors? Has anyone done scientific tests and shown a correlation with climate change? I'm just sick of everyone blaming every environmental hazard on climate change. It's dishonest.
Moto Rick
Moto Rick - 3 years ago
And what has that got to do with the specific current hazard you mention? Nothing.
Survival Lilly
Survival Lilly - 3 years ago
Denying global warming while seeing glaciers and polar caps melt is like denying gravity while seeing objects fall down.
alaskankare
alaskankare - 3 years ago
wow, don't think I could handle all that sand everywhere. LOL glad you made it back safe!
Travis Montgomery
Travis Montgomery - 3 years ago
What a woman , i would be honored to dress her leg wound lol . seriously though shes awesome , not too many like her in this pussy ass world.
Trevorkian
Trevorkian - 3 years ago
Probably burned 1500 to 2000 calories to catch a fish with probably 30 calories worth of protein lol smh
ghanaboyz
ghanaboyz - 3 years ago
One could turn it around and say at lest she ate her catch. Many don't.
Davey Hendry
Davey Hendry - 3 years ago
What island is this
77cooler
77cooler - 3 years ago
That looked dangerous. I`m glad that you and your girlfriend are ok. Stay safe.
Randy J
Randy J - 3 years ago
swim to the side until you are out of the current then swim ashore. riptide. the same method you would use to swim a fast moving river
xander rice
xander rice - 3 years ago
you are one crazy lady. too much work for one little fish. risk too much life and burned way too many calories for this to be worth the endeavor. still appreciated the vid though.
lily cormack
lily cormack - 3 years ago
What knife did you use
kg062007
kg062007 - 3 years ago
More energy spent catching fish than fish provides, net calorie loss, not good for survival.
ghanaboyz
ghanaboyz - 3 years ago
true, but I don't think this is intended as a full survival instructio/full survival scenario in earnest. One could turn it around and say at least she ate her catch, many don't.
T. Anthony
T. Anthony - 3 years ago
I have somewhat of a stupid question. For people like us, who wear prescription corrective lenses, what do you recommend for eyewear in a survival/shtf situation? I'm sure we all agree that loss/lack of visual accuity would be detrimental in such situations.
Survival Lilly
Survival Lilly - 3 years ago
also have a second pair with you
Dave Joyce
Dave Joyce - 3 years ago
Glad you're ok Lily!!
TNAME
TNAME - 3 years ago
rip tide scary stuff
Jerry Fletcher
Jerry Fletcher - 3 years ago
Suprise! Survival Lily survived :) We like ur stuff, but u dont have to do dont do such crazy stuff again and again... survival skills are useless if they drive u into dangerous situations for purpose so one time the skills are mixed with bad luck and then survival leads to extinktion... plse stay safe.
ONETIME OUTDOORS Dj Rayner
ONETIME OUTDOORS Dj Rayner - 3 years ago
Great video thank you
jason morris
jason morris - 3 years ago
Ill kiss your boo boo's and make em better lol
Survival Dovydas
Survival Dovydas - 3 years ago
Survival lilly you open my chanall found bushcraft videos
David Lawrence
David Lawrence - 3 years ago
Awesome video Lilly, love the tropical landscape.
Braxx Juventa
Braxx Juventa - 3 years ago
Nice video again Lilly! Thank you.
Outdoorgamerz
Outdoorgamerz - 3 years ago
What instrument do you play
Randy C
Randy C - 3 years ago
I hope you are far away from the recent hurricanes. Maybe in the south seas.
Dougie Weir
Dougie Weir - 3 years ago
It's a good job you are Survival Lilly. Keep surviving young lady
Paul Taylor
Paul Taylor - 3 years ago
Wow. 30,000 people in 2 days find "water safety" irresistable... Lol.
I never realised health and safety was such an attractive subject.
You know who you are you lot...!
Θεματα Επιβιωσης
Θεματα Επιβιωσης - 3 years ago
Nice!! video!!! >3!!
Finker Gamer
Finker Gamer - 3 years ago
Next time if someone will say women should stay in kitchen i will send him on similar island with this video.
You are great ;)
Duane C
Duane C - 3 years ago
Are you keeping the coconut husk?, to be use for fire?
mrRuben
mrRuben - 3 years ago
glad you're ok, but sad that you probably messed up some coral doing this at low tide...
Péter Király
Péter Király - 3 years ago
3:16 DID YOU SEE THAT? there was almost a ghost right in between those two big rocks.
Darren Hanrahan
Darren Hanrahan - 3 years ago
i think im in love!
OlafGodredsson
OlafGodredsson - 3 years ago
Oh no! your Lily almost didn't survive
Koala Bear
Koala Bear - 3 years ago
So two persons almost "drowned", one was Lily and the other was the camera person??.

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Yuri Ilukkumbure
Yuri Ilukkumbure - 3 years ago
That's a lot of effort and a lot of risk for a really tiny amount of food. Isn't survival about being lazy shrewd and opportunistic? Still it's always worth watching Lilly in a bikini ;)
Gabriel Traveler
Gabriel Traveler - 3 years ago
What island was this?
Gabriel Traveler
Gabriel Traveler - 3 years ago
It was such a relief when the music changed to island music, lol.
Sathish Kut
Sathish Kut - 3 years ago
Be careful Lilly!
Aqua Gods
Aqua Gods - 3 years ago
Are you living the island life now? No more Austria?
whyno713
whyno713 - 3 years ago
Glad you're safe. Those currents can surprise us big time, even when we're so close to shore.
Pale Rider
Pale Rider - 3 years ago
great post...not many of us know about coastal problems.
Ed Cook
Ed Cook - 3 years ago
OK this looked and sounded like a Rip. More than common hre in Southern Florida. In fact they are common along any shore line. They really aren't overly dangerous as long as you don't panic and know how to deal with them.

You just swim parallel to the Beach until you are out of the current. Then you can swim back in to the Beach.

The worst thing is to panic. Panic is what kills more swimmers than anything else out there.

Ed
MELODY MUNRO
MELODY MUNRO - 3 years ago
When stuck in a current (or a rip as we call them in Australia) never try and swim against it as you will just become exhausted and likely drown...Instead - swim parallel to the shore until you are out of the rip....normally rip currents are not that wide ..maybe 30-50 feet...and most of all do not panic..
Taiwan _grrrl
Taiwan _grrrl - 3 years ago
Please Lily, no click bait!
Frank C
Frank C - 3 years ago
Hi Lilly great to see you explore ideas on ocean survival and is something I always thought ,that if I have to bug out ,I might be heading to the ocean and not the forest because of resources as food and water are very high and easier to get ,,,maybe?....I think the main reason people drown is because they panic , get short of breath till they exhaust themselves till no energy to just swim or float.... if someone finds themselves caught on a current or swells; beach currents push you sideways parallel to land and is like a underwater river ,you just need to get out of it by swimming "across" either side just few feet , they are not the whole ocean , just imagine that is a river you need to cross and get to the edges.... swells / tides are the in and out forces of water in the same direction of the waves , if you are swimming in it and has pulled you away from shore , just relax because it will only pull you out as far as where the waves form but they will also break on you if you stay too long in them, it is scary because that easily can be 100 or 200 ft out or more , but once you reach that distance beyond the waves it is calm and a place to regroup ,think and come back with the waves like surfing with the flow.... like I said , people die because they panic and fight the forces till exhaustion... if you remember what are you against, then you can think and use the same forces to get back!...I am just past my 50`s and also been diving for over 15 years in all kinds of conditions from beach and boats and have over 2000 dives and certifications from rescue diver to mix gases,etc. hunt for pictures or hunt for food too, but stopped before instructor because I just want to have fun!... we have to understand mother nature to work with her and avoid getting caught in bad situations and there are also water conditions that should be considered before getting in because it just a accident waiting to happen, ,,,as a kid I spend a lot of time fishing and swimming in the ocean and from the beach , when I turned 12 while swimming , I got caught on the swells and pulled out like 300ft (felt more like 1 km) out, not before getting tumbled and pounded by the waves and popping out just for air and ended alone far away from shore!, but once I saw I was behind the the swells I took the time re energize and had to swim back , is it scary but it is just like being in open ocean and tons of thoughts come to your mind, but like I say to all my friends ,divers or not, as long as you stay calm on the surface ,you are fine and breathing the air that you need , then you will have the presence of mind to plan your fight back! ... just my 2 cents in hope that helps someone when it happens and just keep a cool head ! Take care ,see ya` in the water! :)
Joseph C
Joseph C - 3 years ago
Small fish, have bigger ones in my aquarium
Matt Wernecke
Matt Wernecke - 3 years ago
Anything for a buck.
Nunya Dibness
Nunya Dibness - 3 years ago
Thumbs up for Survival Lilly's swimsuit edition.
Chris Burley
Chris Burley - 3 years ago
Great video! Shame about the knife. I’d be glad to take it off your hands and make it useable again. Shame to never use it again...
Darignobullseye
Darignobullseye - 3 years ago
Great video! Scary water! Good fish. Did you cook that fish only on cotton-balls wiped in vasaline? No wood? Well those lasted a while.
Adam Smith
Adam Smith - 3 years ago
So how did she catch fish with 'hook and line'? Why did she go scuba diving if she was using line?
JC1028
JC1028 - 3 years ago
One she's not scuba diving, she is snorkeling. Did you not see the hook and line she was using? ...
Jayden wiener
Jayden wiener - 3 years ago
do a video about the fishing kit
three legged cat Dog with two sacks
three legged cat Dog with two sacks - 3 years ago
Love your island survival videos. I'm on Oahu Hawaii! Come visit!!!
DaveDaveydo
DaveDaveydo - 3 years ago
risked ur life for a morsel u sexy nerd. snails would have been easier n tastier
Patrick Kelley
Patrick Kelley - 3 years ago
Yes she has Nemisis 007 and it works !
Sam G
Sam G - 3 years ago
I thought you were going to use that fish as bait to catch a much larger fish. My cat eats more fish than that. I'm sure it was very fresh and tasty but dangerous
Patrick Kelley
Patrick Kelley - 3 years ago
Hey Lilly great vid. I spent three years as a child in the Philippines. We drank alot of coconut milk and ate a lot of the coconut meat with a machete. I you poke two holes the milk comes out much faster, this brought back a lot of good memories Thanks
Christian Morse
Christian Morse - 3 years ago
Yes Lilly.
FISH lOVE DORITOS
FISH lOVE DORITOS - 3 years ago
Do spearfishing it's easier
Tony F
Tony F - 3 years ago
Lilly, look a lil unpredictable glad you didn't get pushed against the rocks. your my you tube girl friend, play it safe. if you were no longer with us there would be nothing cool to view on U tube.
Tony F
Tony F - 3 years ago
I didn't use the word creepy but it may have been a lil though. unpredictable is more like it, all in all glad she is in 1 piece.
Aimee Frost
Aimee Frost - 3 years ago
Tony F that ain't creepy at all.
neil castell
neil castell - 3 years ago
Lilly found Nemo
... then stuck a knife through his eye and eat him, :-D
J N
J N - 3 years ago
You definitely need a stronger knife for prying stuff. Try a CPM3V or Cru-ware knife
Pavia 1525
Pavia 1525 - 3 years ago
It's called being in the ocean. That was surf. Don't ever go into the the real ocean where there are actual riptides. You might panic...
Marty P aka thefam
Marty P aka thefam - 3 years ago
Survival Lilly you better be careful of doing your videos I love watching them all I'm saying is just be careful please!!!
NorthBound Video
NorthBound Video - 3 years ago
Glad your ok, please be careful Lilly
bd78377
bd78377 - 3 years ago
That's why you are Survival Lilly.
Archigeist
Archigeist - 3 years ago
Oh Lilly, you bait and I click... lol
Bill Mitchell
Bill Mitchell - 3 years ago
How do you know or how can you tell when its dangerous to be in the ocean? Is there any signs to watch out for.
Camo Dude MTB&H
Camo Dude MTB&H - 3 years ago
who is on the island with you, thanks Lilly,
Chin Boy
Chin Boy - 3 years ago
What's the Music name??
Terry Green
Terry Green - 3 years ago
has your boyfriend ever gotten mad about your fanmales ?
Terry Green
Terry Green - 3 years ago
Lilly Do you ever wear pink ? and don't let your daddy catch you using pot ! (psychedelic Furs) (Dresden Dolls) - Pretty in Pink
Shelley Raskin
Shelley Raskin - 3 years ago
Another way of cooking a freshly caught fish is to just toss it on a fire (real fire)’ flip it over when it starts to burn then pull it out when it starts to burn agin, all the scales are burnt off and the guts shrivel, good to go!
Jolly Joel
Jolly Joel - 3 years ago
Just shows even professional survivalists can find themselves in life threatening situations
Nick Gardella
Nick Gardella - 3 years ago
What beach is this. It looks AWESOME.
Skankpronger
Skankpronger - 3 years ago
you'll go skinny if you spend to much time on that beach
Dom Sow
Dom Sow - 3 years ago
Sounds like a rip tide. They can be scary if one does not know what to do. Nice video.
Keith Cope
Keith Cope - 3 years ago
When your swimming in the ocean and are being pulled out to sea by the current just go with it till it gets less strong then swim parallel to the beach untill you are out of the current then swim back to the beach dont panic
Rich Weatherly
Rich Weatherly - 3 years ago
Great advice, Lilly. Had a similar experience off a reef in Guam. Was diving beyond the reef when the tide started out and the current toward me was quite strong. Had to navigate between branches of the reef and received some nicks and cuts from coral.
Tom Lang
Tom Lang - 3 years ago
Holy cow are you ok I was so scared for you watching this, in fact it had all the hype complete with music of a good Bear Grylls video. Best part of video was the bikini, I'd swim with ya, the vid well let's just say a bit over hyped to say the least.
Jakob Stagg
Jakob Stagg - 3 years ago
That's why I stay in the boreal woods. I only have bad weather and furry ferocious critters to be concerned about.
Billy W.
Billy W. - 3 years ago
We are glad you are ok. My family enjoys your videos. Just ordered a Cold Steel SRK!
Robert Carmody
Robert Carmody - 3 years ago
'Lily, you always tell us to be careful. Now it is time for us to tell you to be careful. Losing you would be horrible,
1tulip
1tulip - 3 years ago
Lilly, great video. Glad you made it out! A little (ok, a lot) off topic, but do you know how your friends at PostapocalypticGarage are doing? We haven't heard from them in such a long time.
1tulip
1tulip - 3 years ago
Thanks for your reply. That's good news! I was afraid that last video had gotten them arrested or something.lol
Survival Lilly
Survival Lilly - 3 years ago
they are pretty busy, but they will come back on youtube soon
Wolf Smith
Wolf Smith - 3 years ago
I was once caught in a rip current off the coast of southern California. I was a strong swimmer but got pulled out about a half mile before I remembered to swim parallel to the shore and not try to swim straight back. Frightening and tiring!
Preppen en survival met Marcel in Nederland
Preppen en survival met Marcel in Nederland - 3 years ago
Nice fish :d

Regards Marcel from Holland
Ray getoutdoors
Ray getoutdoors - 3 years ago
HI Lilly, I had the same experience when I lived in Florida swimming by myself on a deserted beach. I too had flippers that day which saved my life. I got caught in a rip tide. I ended up about a thousand yards down the beach from where I went in. I could not even get up off the sand I was so tired. I started to panic but caught myself and then just swam with everything I had. God was merciful to me that day, I will never forget it. Ray, Oklahoma
Mr,Casino
Mr,Casino - 3 years ago
i wonder what island your on lilly????.......and BTW please be carefull lilly....
FixedByDoc . com
FixedByDoc . com - 3 years ago
cool...
Mike Boone
Mike Boone - 3 years ago
Lilly your to bright to fall for the BS on global warming Nasa has already stated that the data was fiddle with just like the lying at the British college where all data was falsified .As for the melting ice I hate to tell you but there is more ice now on both poles than there has been in years . You really need to do some research on this. Great work on the beach and great fun looking for the next video .
Ryan Mercer
Ryan Mercer - 3 years ago
Global warming is valid science. Please educate yourself.
Survival Lilly
Survival Lilly - 3 years ago
This chart based on scientific evidence pretty much proves that the world is warming up https://climate.nasa.gov/vital-signs/global-temperature/
Thesurivorthatwillsurive
Thesurivorthatwillsurive - 3 years ago
I am sick agin but this time I can't walk without pain in my abdomen can I please have some likes
Donald D'Egidio
Donald D'Egidio - 3 years ago
Hi Lily,
Hope those coral scrapes were just a minor nuisance.
ming Lam
ming Lam - 3 years ago
cool
Mario
Mario - 3 years ago
Da hätte ich zu viel Angst von Haien. Der Fisch schaut lecker aus.
Mike Boone
Mike Boone - 3 years ago
Please it's not have any more mention of global warming, back in the 70's we were told we were entering another ice age that has not work out to well as you can see . Stay safe .
Survival Lilly
Survival Lilly - 3 years ago
global warming is real. look at the statistics and scientific evidence of NASA and other institutes. Saying global warming is not real, while seeing melting ice in arctic and antarctica is like saying gravity is not real while seeing that objects fall to the ground.
Janina Perez
Janina Perez - 3 years ago
I would recommend a wetsuit, that has helped me avoid serious injuries against coral but stingrays.
weerobot
weerobot - 3 years ago
Be careful with any sea Lilly...it can catch you out!!!
John Berry
John Berry - 3 years ago
Oh the drama!!!
Sumeet Singh Saluja
Sumeet Singh Saluja - 3 years ago
very good video
please take care too
that I want to see
god bless you
sister
David Garcia
David Garcia - 3 years ago
Don't worry survival Lilly if I was there I would have given you mouth-to-mouth
Eazy E
Eazy E - 3 years ago
David Garcia stfu cuntface mother fucker.
Scrooge
Scrooge - 3 years ago
What a creep
Jeff Thomas
Jeff Thomas - 3 years ago
Lol, the only thing that almost drowns is the camera!
Harvey Acosta
Harvey Acosta - 3 years ago
Always consult your tides tables before get into the water, also wave patterns, like surfers and rip currents, study wind direction and put a coconut in the water to see where it goes............
BanZandar
BanZandar - 3 years ago
The one place I'd never want to be stranded is on a deserted island. I'm allergic to fish. I can only eat shellfish and they can be a little hard to come by. As for the knife, I could tell that the blade was a wreck. you can see in the vid that the tip was broken.
woodworks1423
woodworks1423 - 3 years ago
Don't fight the currents, that is where people exhaust themselves. Let the current take you where it will then swim to shore. Currents/rip tides will stop at some point.
Josef Krakel
Josef Krakel - 3 years ago
An awful lot of trouble and danger for such a small fish... Lilly is a better huntress than a fisherwoman!
David Harris
David Harris - 3 years ago
Smart, sexy, beautiful, capable and talented!
Waldhandwerk - BushcraftSurvival
Waldhandwerk - BushcraftSurvival - 3 years ago
Cooles und schönes Video. Aber Ja, die scharfen Kanten mit den Wellen sind gefährlich. Guter Fang und verdientes Mahl. LG Sepp
Apple Stump Bushcraft Stuff and Things
Apple Stump Bushcraft Stuff and Things - 3 years ago
I was stung by living coral while snorkeling in the Red Sea. It caused a sore that took months to heal. I'd rather have been scratched than stung. Cheers.
Sheldon Cooper
Sheldon Cooper - 3 years ago
Waldhandwerk - BushcraftSurvival Mir gefällt vor allem die Kulisse!
Rod Dyer
Rod Dyer - 3 years ago
Rip Tide. You need to swim parallel to the beach to get out. Glad you are safe :-)
mike savage
mike savage - 3 years ago
That wasn't a rip.
John Handcock
John Handcock - 3 years ago
+Zer0 Tolerance just look up a rip tide ... you supposed to swim out of the section of sand thats getting sucked out to sea . also know as undertow
Zer0 Tolerance
Zer0 Tolerance - 3 years ago
Rod Dyer swimming parallel gets you nowhere closer to the shore. What's the point? Do you mean to say swim parallel to a spot where the current isn't as strong?
Story Parker
Story Parker - 3 years ago
Rod Dyer I was going to tell her the same. Anyone who goes into the ocean should know this beforehand.
Vsevolod Kamradov
Vsevolod Kamradov - 3 years ago
that would be easier poured make two holes in the nut
Bill Stoger
Bill Stoger - 3 years ago
Is that survivor mike with you???
Ken Parnell
Ken Parnell - 3 years ago
Please be more careful, I enjoy your videos.
mmdirtyworkz
mmdirtyworkz - 3 years ago
You're wasting Vaseline :D
turtle eats tomato
turtle eats tomato - 3 years ago
i remember pulling open the fins like that 3:10 when i used to go fishing. u doing this got me an idea: would it be possible to like cut it off, pin it down (open) and let it dry so it stays in that position, then u could make like the feathers of a bow out of it. i dont know it just thought it was a creative and kinda unique idea.
Christopher Ellis
Christopher Ellis - 3 years ago
Yep, the sea is a killer, even when one is not in the water. Especially in that tropical stuff, which is overrated.
Stephen esler
Stephen esler - 3 years ago
First rule never dive alone you got that right I didn't realize you guys has such beautiful beaches in Austria
Matt Parrinello
Matt Parrinello - 3 years ago
Marry me lilly.
amy fletcher
amy fletcher - 3 years ago
Is this parts of the first video you put up here...I think I already saw this part also.
Craig Corson
Craig Corson - 3 years ago
Vaseline petroleum jelly? Do Europeans not have their own brands of petroleum jelly?
Muffin Puffs
Muffin Puffs - 3 years ago
I love you Lilly.
Joe Brown
Joe Brown - 3 years ago
Love your channel. Been awhile since last video.
Joe Brown
Joe Brown - 3 years ago
Bell has always been rung.
ghanaboyz
ghanaboyz - 3 years ago
Be sure to enable the notification "bell"
Don160500 alias Spike149
Don160500 alias Spike149 - 3 years ago
Hey Lilly, was hast du denn eigentlich als Köder genommen oder hast du blanken Haken genommen?
Don160500 alias Spike149
Don160500 alias Spike149 - 3 years ago
Survival Lilly
Alles klar. Okay danke :-)
Survival Lilly
Survival Lilly - 3 years ago
schnecken gingen auch gut
Don160500 alias Spike149
Don160500 alias Spike149 - 3 years ago
Achso. Aber wenn man gestrandet ist. Hat man leider kein Brot. ;-) Ansonsten wenn man nicht hat, kann man nur den Haken nehmen?
Survival Lilly
Survival Lilly - 3 years ago
brot ging am besten
weedXD38
weedXD38 - 3 years ago
Stay safe current can be strong!! Keep the vids coming!! :-) :-)
polishpicl
polishpicl - 3 years ago
Excellent, ,been there done that right on the beach..brought back memories
Myra Madd
Myra Madd - 3 years ago
Be careful there!
Brian Gray
Brian Gray - 3 years ago
Climate change..LOL..
ghanaboyz
ghanaboyz - 3 years ago
eh. what is it to "lol" about? Weird.
Am so tired of flat earth-alternative-facts-anti-science.
The scientific evidence is overwhelming.
"Observations show that Earth's climate has been warming. Its average temperature has risen a little more than one degree Fahrenheit during the past 100 years or so. This amount may not seem like much. But small changes in Earth's average temperature can lead to big impacts." Source:
https://www.nasa.gov/audience/forstudents/5-8/features/nasa-knows/what-is-climate-change-58.html

Others that may be of interest:
http://www.wired.co.uk/article/what-is-climate-change-definition-causes-effects
https://www.takepart.com/flashcards/what-is-climate-change/
https://www.ipcc.ch/publications_and_data/ar4/syr/en/mains1.html

Oh, and yeah, you could always go to any of the places loosing island and laugh at the people around there:
https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2016/may/10/five-pacific-islands-lost-rising-seas-climate-change
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Effects_of_climate_change_on_island_nations

I guess one driving factor in the information warfare against the scientific facts are pure, selfish, greed. But I guess stupidity also kicks in.
Der Waldläuder outdoor.bc.kochen.survival
Der Waldläuder outdoor.bc.kochen.survival - 3 years ago
Who is your second Person?
Nisse Tomtesson
Nisse Tomtesson - 3 years ago
The thumbnail looks like a girl trying to drown a man
افلام كارتون
افلام كارتون - 3 years ago
الي عرربي وجاي يشاهد هذا الفديو يسوي لايك وشتراك بقناتي
Yurasuki
Yurasuki - 3 years ago
Man he didn't say anything rude if google translater is right, so just let him be in peace, no need to offense random arabic people.
America Reigns
America Reigns - 3 years ago
افلام كارتون go to hell muslim
افلام كارتون
افلام كارتون - 3 years ago
ursus the pipe smoker ☺️
ursus the pipe smoker
ursus the pipe smoker - 3 years ago
افلام كارتون I completely agree
CrankyPants
CrankyPants - 3 years ago
This is a very enjoyable series. Can I ask where you were and how long you got to stay in such an amazing place? I didn't know there were that many remote spots left that weren't full of tourists. It looks beautiful there and you're obviously having a great time. Thanks for sharing your vacation with us.
CrankyPants
CrankyPants - 3 years ago
Anonymous User Ahhh, that makes sense. Thanks, whoeveryouare ;)
Anonymous User
Anonymous User - 3 years ago
Tourists concentrate in relatively few areas. There are far more beaches without tourists than with, but people generally flock together and think all the beaches are crowded instead of realizing they're just all going to the same beaches.
gene johnson
gene johnson - 3 years ago
been there done that... the key is not to panic.
The Last Grownup in the Woods
The Last Grownup in the Woods - 3 years ago
I hope that fish was the best one you've had in your life to make it worth all the life risking.
Papa Bear
Papa Bear - 3 years ago
I am confused. It looked like you could stand in the water?
Euseibus
Euseibus - 3 years ago
You can get smashed against the coral or rocks by a big wave if you're not careful. Shallow rocky water is scary i wouldn't have gone out there :S
Apple Stump Bushcraft Stuff and Things
Apple Stump Bushcraft Stuff and Things - 3 years ago
+Ronnie Morris The Snake River is well known and properly feared for its ability to suck people under and hold them there. Local Indian (Shoshone, Bannock, Paiute) lore has it that creatures called "Water Babies" are often the cause of this. Whatever the cause, the Snake is a killer river. Many meet their maker in its waters every year. Cheers.
Papa Bear
Papa Bear - 3 years ago
Thank you for replying. I have never been in that position and now understand it alot better. I even read that tying a 5 pound weight on your foot and trying to stay afloat is impossible. I was thinking to myself well just stand up like you would in a pool when I watched this and now understand better the power and the force of the ocean alot better.
Ronnie Morris
Ronnie Morris - 3 years ago
Tony Heydorf, unless you've been caught in a strong current it's hard to explain to someone how hard it is. I could probably bench press Lilly numerous times, and, I'm much physically stronger than her. I was caught in a massive current in chest high water when our canoe flipped. It immediately sucked my tennis shoes off my feet, and, pinned my back to the bottom. I had to fight with all my strength just to get my mouth into air to gulp a breath. It also kept dragging me down to the bottom like the Hulk had a death grip on me. I luckily was able to make my way towards the bank, and, got out of the dangerous part after about 90 seconds. I could barely move. I was lucky to have survived, and, I was a very good swimmer. This was in a river. NEVER underestimate how fast moving/swirling water can kill you! Oh, yeah. I had on a very good life preserver. Without it, I would never have been able to pop up for a split second to be able to gulp a breath of air, that kept me going.
Papa Bear
Papa Bear - 3 years ago
Oh ok...that changes my opinion when I think about that...thanks for the response...much appreciated
Survival Lilly
Survival Lilly - 3 years ago
not really, because the current was so strong. with deeper water it is less dangerous
HeadGroove
HeadGroove - 3 years ago
Where is that?
theBald1
theBald1 - 3 years ago
Ok.. now that looks scary... My fat butt can't swim unless I float like a bobber otherwise I sink
Joe G
Joe G - 3 years ago
Stay safe lil Lady
Herbert Isaacs
Herbert Isaacs - 3 years ago
That music made me amped!! Take care survival Lilly!!! We can't lose ya yet! So much havent taught me....lol becareful!!
darksskull
darksskull - 3 years ago
I'm a simple man, if I see lilly in a bikini, I click!
Paradigm2012Shift
Paradigm2012Shift - 3 years ago
Hi Survival Lilly, Excellent adventure video. Rip tides and currents can be unpredictable. People are taught to swim with the current, mostly parallel to land while gradually swimming back to shore. Even the strongest swimmers can't out swim strong tides / currents. Glad that you and your camera person made it out safely. Safe Travels. Thanks for sharing.
Clarksville Diggers
Clarksville Diggers - 3 years ago
when in strong tip currents, Never try to go straight back way you came out. Go back in at a 45 degree angle
Apple Stump Bushcraft Stuff and Things
Apple Stump Bushcraft Stuff and Things - 3 years ago
+Survival Lilly Glad you and your videographer survived the currents. Good information all the way through. Best wishes. Stay safe. Cheers.
Karl Heger
Karl Heger - 3 years ago
Hart erkämpftes Essen. ;o) Aber ich denke er war es wert. Absolut Top die Gegend dort.
Survival Traps
Survival Traps - 3 years ago
Amazing video
Kovács István
Kovács István - 3 years ago
4:01 ahhhhhhh yeeees
Karl Rove
Karl Rove - 3 years ago
Where is your dog?
sithon sithon
sithon sithon - 3 years ago
Karl Rove he passed away last year.
Fox Lee Survival
Fox Lee Survival - 3 years ago
Can you do the update on the bear grylls knife
Charles McIver
Charles McIver - 3 years ago
Why would you post a stupid comment like that? Are you over 12 years old?
dale carpenter
dale carpenter - 3 years ago
Fox Lee Survival
grylls sucks elephant shit !
Survival Lilly
Survival Lilly - 3 years ago
not yet :)
Akasha nee
Akasha nee - 3 years ago
Cool video.. i am glad you came back to shore in one piece! More tropical island videos please :D how is your knife production going?? i want to preorder your survival lilly knife - is that possible!!??? Keep on being amazing and thank you for your hard work xxx
Bantamdude Rodriguez
Bantamdude Rodriguez - 3 years ago
You prob spent more calories fishing and cracking the coconut. Should have just ate the vaseline.
Apple Stump Bushcraft Stuff and Things
Apple Stump Bushcraft Stuff and Things - 3 years ago
Vaseline is not digestible. No available calories there. Coconuts are loaded with calories if you eat the white "meat" inside them. Simply drinking coconut milk won't balance the calorie scale. Cheers.
aidan hart
aidan hart - 3 years ago
it always amuses me watching continental europeans swimming xD .. from a kiwi person
Steven Cotton
Steven Cotton - 3 years ago
That's a bit of an aggressive response. You seem to have missed my point completely though. There is no inherent skill based on where one is born, it's just practice, and there's nothing wrong with Lilly's swimming, even experienced people can (and do) get caught in a rip. If Kiwis are naturally better swimmers you might think it'd be reflected in Olympics medals tables, but it isn't, even taking population size into account.

I say this with a large Kiwi family, visited five times, spent a lot of time at Piha because my niece and nephew are members of the life-saving club and compete internationally. Don't confuse practice with ability, which is what Aidan Hart did.
Aimee Frost
Aimee Frost - 3 years ago
Steven Cotton are you actually that ignorant? You're telling me that the average American can climb a coconut tree better than Madagascan peeps on average?
Or that people who live on land are better swimmers than those who live on water?

Environment shapes us. Those people who live on water villages will be better swimmers overall than people who do not.
Steven Cotton
Steven Cotton - 3 years ago
Only because they tend to ignore any markers and signs, not being aware of them, or the local dangers. You also get locals that die in the sea every year. Still not sure what that has to do with humans from different parts of the world swimming though.
TheBackwoodsbastard
TheBackwoodsbastard - 3 years ago
not down here in nz you aint , the amount of tourists that drown every year here is crazy .
Maarten Pennings
Maarten Pennings - 3 years ago
aidan hart WHAT THE FUCK? To quote DJ Khalid 'We the best swimmers'.
Oxatolla
Oxatolla - 3 years ago
I'd love to see how you would do on the American show Survivor. Cheers
Oxatolla
Oxatolla - 3 years ago
Agreed. I guess I just wanted to see somebody real and accomplished compete against that edited Hollywood smoke show. Cheers
Kevin S
Kevin S - 3 years ago
Sorry, but Lilly is grossly overqualified for that scripted so-called "reality" show. She gets things done instead of whining and crying about how hard things are like the so-called "contestants".
OasisofSpirit
OasisofSpirit - 3 years ago
There is a lot easier way to split a coconut husk. Stand with your back to that large rock or tree, grab coconut in both hands, bend over and spread your knees apart, then slam the coconut into the rock on the end of the coconut. It will SPLIT the outer husk usually into three or four pieces which are easily peeled away from the inside coconut. You can also use a hard rock on the ground! Try it, it may take two or three good whacks but It Works! Beats using a machete or a knife.
jsanders031
jsanders031 - 3 years ago
So as long as I have my pots, knife, snorkeling gear, vasoline, cotton balls, camp stove, and cooking spices, I can survive on a island.....good to know.
Clay Richardson
Clay Richardson - 3 years ago
No, you would probably die, but no one will care.
highlander723
highlander723 - 3 years ago
If Lily got stranded on Gilligan's Island she would have either a turned it into a Tropical Paradise that The castaways would not want to leave. B got them all off the island in less than a year
Hubert Van Calenbergh
Hubert Van Calenbergh - 3 years ago
Beautiful mermaid.
Luis Barrionuevo
Luis Barrionuevo - 3 years ago
Very good I liked fish
mack tightwad
mack tightwad - 3 years ago
Lilly I am so GLAD you had flippers on and did not DIE ! If you had of done I could not still dream of you every night! ( smiles)
Slash Le Pew
Slash Le Pew - 3 years ago
Not creepy at all....
Ichiban Noodles
Ichiban Noodles - 3 years ago
Gilligan has nothing on you !
Xactermaz X
Xactermaz X - 3 years ago
liek if you see in teh day :v
cassandrask8
cassandrask8 - 3 years ago
All those wonderful natural materials around you and you use a petroleum product. I don't get it.
cassandrask8
cassandrask8 - 3 years ago
Tara's Kul the Crazy Russian Hacker shows coconut husk ignition.
Alex Zander
Alex Zander - 3 years ago
cassandrask8 Do you have videos of you using coconut fibers to start a fire? Try being more courteous in life im really sorry your reflection isnt that well..good day.
cassandrask8
cassandrask8 - 3 years ago
Apparently some people don't know how wonderful coconut husk and palm frond fibers take a spark. Taking equipment and technical supplies on a journey is the definition of camping. No one is learning a thing from these.
Axel Mennucci
Axel Mennucci - 3 years ago
scub it, or it will scar
Nemisis 007
Nemisis 007 - 3 years ago
Oh no she's learned click bate
skeptic moderate
skeptic moderate - 3 years ago
It's not clickbait. They did almost drown.
sRm
sRm - 3 years ago
@ dave --- That would be more of a, ... masturbate bait!
Eli Jandrew
Eli Jandrew - 3 years ago
This comment made my day
Paul Taylor
Paul Taylor - 3 years ago
Mike Worrell
Depends what she's sat on. !
Dave Here
Dave Here - 3 years ago
if she wanted to have click bait, should have used 4:01 as the thumbnail... this is one of the few channels that i watch nearly all her videos
thelaughingman79
thelaughingman79 - 3 years ago
mmmm....lilly is pretty damn hot herself. i'd have her over a tour bus filled with miss america contestants
Mike Worrell
Mike Worrell - 3 years ago
I would think practically in a survival situation: Do I want a supermodel who will sit and cry and eat leaves, or would I want Lilly who would kill a boar with a spear and cook it in a clay oven?
Deimos Cain
Deimos Cain - 3 years ago
Nemesis 007 : it's Not click bait if she Delivers! I saw Lilly in a bikini... so not clickbait (I Likes Lilly in a bikini ;-)
ItsCizza
ItsCizza - 3 years ago
fucking lol
Anonymous User
Anonymous User - 3 years ago
The silent survival guy from Primitive Technology doesn't do this shit
Paul Taylor
Paul Taylor - 3 years ago
You left the apostrophe out... Of. 'bate... Lmfao
Or was it a spelling error vs freudient slip? Replies welcome.
Christian H
Christian H - 3 years ago
Eh, it happens. Not a fan of the whole instant-satisfaction filming/editing style feel to the video either. It was much more enjoyable just seeing her do her thing out in the wild at a natural pace. At the end of the day, it's her channel, though.
redcinos
redcinos - 3 years ago
Nemisis 007 it is click bait!.
steve i
steve i - 3 years ago
yep she has to, and it is worse than drowning.
Joseph Santiago
Joseph Santiago - 3 years ago
Lol
Daniel Wilson
Daniel Wilson - 3 years ago
bait
Szymon Olszewski
Szymon Olszewski - 3 years ago
Always make 2 holes in coconut.. it's easier to drink if it even the pressure outside and inside. ;)
crispypicklechips
crispypicklechips - 3 years ago
thats twice the work though
Yolanda
Yolanda - 3 years ago
This was great, but please don't take chances.
Shad ow 2003
Shad ow 2003 - 3 years ago
Rip man
peter meier spawp inc.
peter meier spawp inc. - 3 years ago
swimmng was always a viking winter sport,
best regards
Survival Dovydas
Survival Dovydas - 3 years ago
Lilly you make video overnight
NinoFullCam
NinoFullCam - 3 years ago
damn i havent seen lilys video for a looooong time
she was posting but i wasnt lookin my bad lily SRY
Harald Van der Voort
Harald Van der Voort - 3 years ago
Oh my God. I am so glad you are alright.
ZTSurvival
ZTSurvival - 3 years ago
sub4sub =
ZTSurvival
ZTSurvival - 3 years ago
nice ;=)
NitroCorn
NitroCorn - 3 years ago
Sure :) Done!
GearshiftTrolls
GearshiftTrolls - 3 years ago
Wooooooooo new vid

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