8 Primitive Traps Videos to Catch Fish Birds Rabbits Crabs

These 8 primitive traps videos to catch fish, birds, rabbits and crabs with basic supplies and maybe even a little trash you find. If you have the time, patience and are lucky enough to have an animal cross your traps from the bait they smell….. you just might eat that night.


In a survival situation, primitive traps can capture animals that provide us precious calories from meat and fat so that WE can survive.

Yes, America has strict laws on LEGAL ways to fish and hunt but remember this kind of knowledge when SHTF (Shit Hits The Fan) and there are very few laws. I for one, am really big on learning how to survive without a lot of fancy equipment.

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Click the video above to view about how a young boy uses PVC plastic tubes and a wire guard from a rotating fan to make a simple bird trap:

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Click the video above to view how a man uses a long piece of PVC plastic pipe, rope, one nail, piece of wood and a woven basket to catch fish:

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Click the video above to view how a young man uses two plastic buckets, sticks and a tiny bit of twistable wire to make a rabbit trap:

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Click the video above to view a man using a car tire, electric fan metal guard, pieces of cut PVC pipe, rope and melted rubber tubing to create a bird trap:

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Click the video above to view how young man uses 5 gallon plastic water bottle, cut PVC plastic pipes, small plastic water bottles and live snails to make a floating fish trap

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Click the video above to view how young man uses a PVC plastic pipe and cigarette smoke to get honey in Cambodia

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Click the video above to view how young man uses a cardboard box, craft hot glue gun, straws, electric wire, string and mini generator to make a moving bird trap

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Click the video above to view how young man uses several cut bamboo hollow pipes, a dug hole, mud, grasses and a small amount of bait to create a fish trap that is beyond amazing

 

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