Spencer has done a lot of "business" in the woods and knows the tricks and tips.
Spencer and Eugene help a local preacher in need of snakes for a church.
Eugene and Spencer go on a mission to track down a mystery moonshiner.
Eugene and Spencer are ready to test their homemade hot water heater.
Eugene and Spencer are on the search for gold. Can Cowboy guide them.
The boys have figured out a way to convert pig fat into biodiesel.
Spencer shows us how to keep teeth clean on long outings in the woods.
Check out how to make a homemade oil lamp using shells and plant oil.
Herbert "Cowboy" Coward demonstrates how he has survived in the mountains.
The boys use their Hillbilly smarts to search for a lost creek filled with gold and create their own dredger to retrieve the treasure. They also use their hillbilly engineering skills to make a water-wheel-powered dehydrator out of junk, and to move a tin roof.
Eugene Runkis and Spencer Two Dogs Bolejack have survived in swamps, the deep mountain wilderness and the primitive Caribbean bush. Now, Eugene and Spencer are using their backwoods ingenuity to survive the Appalachian Mountains the Hillbilly way. From crossing a freezing river in a raft made out of vines, to eating deer heart for dinner, it's a hardscrapple life.
Check out some hillbilly tips for survival in the wilderness.
The boys are out to catch rattlesnake, but first they need to setup camp.
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