This is very easy to make and could possibly save your life in a survival situation.

Step 1: Collect Small Sticks

The body of the trap will be made from a grouping of small sapplings, and branches. Depending on the size of your trap is how much wood you will need to collect and how long the pieces need to be.
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<p>I love it when instructables teach &quot;principles&quot;. This is a great basic -able that allows for flexibility and situational differences. Excellent work. I see my home school kids and cub scouts practicing this coming summer. (For an ecological help the environment project, of course ;)</p>
Even more rewarding when you catch the fish AND the bait fish! Nice!
Cool! I'm crazy about fishing. :)
And im goinf for minnows not any fish over an inch long so it doesnt need to be bigger, it looks small in the pics but its lik 1x1 and thats fine for minnows
Jack off many trades, if i set 20 of that exact trap i have a pretty decent chance of catching A fish, i understand that if i set one of these and hope for the best then i will starve but again this is last resort and u will do anything for food, and you can go three days without food in the right conditions and i never said there wasnt other options
It's to small, creeks to shallow your really not forcing anything into the trap with the dam they'll just go over it. Also opening needs to be offset not like that like 2 walls Parnell and a hallway inberween it's gotta look like standing in a room and you can't find the door. You'd be better off taking a shoelace and a stick make a line and pole the shape a hook out of a briar bush limb crook and flip a log for a worm. Yes the traps are used in survival and the Indians used them, but they were bigger and went feom deeper to shallow. Heck catch crawfish and steam them on a fire. Take green leaves or see weed put it on a seperate fire coals put crawfish on top cover with leaves or blanket, wait till red not brown then eat. Good idea but you'll starve with your trap
That's awesome! I like working on survival kits and survival skills, and this will definitely help!
Good job man

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