(Ebook) - Survival - Survival Fishing

(Ebook) - Survival - Survival Fishing - Survival Fishing A...

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Survival Fishing A few methods for survival fishing There are any number of ways to fish but when you are in a survival situation you wont have the luxury of sitting on the river bank all day with a pole in your hands. These are a few suggestions that might help in the coming times. Traps: There are several trap designs that work. I am sure you will be able to construct one that will work for you. Take some "chicken wire" and form a tube about 16 inches in diameter. You can make it square, if you want, but a tube is easier. Using wire or such, you will need to sew the seam of the tube. Also sew one end shut in such a way that you can open fairly easy. Then cut a "mouth" out of a square of the chicken wire. You will need to form a cone that fits into the other end of the "tube". The smaller end points into the tube. The smaller end should be small enough to allow fish to swim through but not big enough to let them swim back out. This kind of trap needs to have bait put inside to attract the fish. If you
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This note was uploaded on 12/12/2009 for the course ABC 123 taught by Professor Yah during the Spring '09 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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