Many of us enjoy fishing trips out on our boats and in and around the forest. Catching that fish is always a thrill but what if you wanted to eat it right then and there?

This man in Cambodia might just have a rough and ready solution!

The Outdoor Station - Cutting the bamboo open

At the start of the video, you can see the man cut open a section of a bamboo tube. He did so by using a hand made hammer and Bolo knife.

The Outdoor Station - Seasoning your fish

Next he grabs his freshly caught fish, cleans it up, seasons it and places it in the now opened up bamboo.

The Outdoor Station - Making a fire

He seals the bamboo section shut with the previously cut off section and begins to make a fire. After the fire gets started he works on a mini-stand where the bamboo will be placed so the fish can be cooked.

The Outdoor Station - Hmm...freshly cooked fish!

Finally the fish is cooked and ready to eat!

See full YouTube video below. Credit goes to Primitive Culture.

Posted by theoutdoorstation

Enthusiastic about everything outdoor related. We love the idea of living off the land and creating a small personal paradise somewhere in the outback.

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