What if... You and your best friend decide to do a one week guided hunt in remote Alaska. You are both in good physical condition and have been hunting together for 5 years. You have contracted with a guide and will be flown to your hunting location by bush plane where you will be left until your guide radios for pick-up. After takeoff, your guide instructs the pilot to drop you at an alternate spot. On landing at your drop location, a lake landing, your plane hooks a deadhead on the Port pontoon at 60 Knots, spinning the plane and causing the Port side wing to dig into the water. The pilot is killed in the crash, your guide drowns unable to exit the sinking plane, and most of your gear sinks with the plane in 160 feet of water. You and your buddy manage to get to shore, but are completely soaked. Temperatures are in the mid 40's but you know they will drop with the sunset. You both have 10” sheath knives, .44 Magnum revolvers in shoulder rigs but only the rounds in the pistols. Your buddy managed to drag one dry bag to shore with him and it contained one change of clothing and dry boots, one -40 degree sleeping bag, and one Zunden 1/2” fire starter. What steps do you and your buddy take to survive with the knowledge that your bush pilot may not have filed a flight plan, your guide is dead, you are wet and knowing that there are predator in the immediate area? What is your first priority, second, third, what's the plan, etc.?