Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Six Primitive Traps For Catching Food In The Woods

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Small-game snares can be made from the interior strands of parachute cord, braided strands of sinew, or fishing line. Snares stout enough to secure game as large as deer need to be made of rawhide or parachute cord.

Ground Snare

Position the snare at head height and tie off the end to a tree, a stake in the ground, or a log that the animal can only drag a short distance.


  1. I saw some of these primitive traps on Andy Griffith when Barney was trying to
    capture a pheasant while lost in the woods. His survival skills were non-existent to
    say the least though he thought differently.