I'm after a bit of input from anyone who can help!
I like to fish, in particularly, with a handline.
over the years I've experimented with many types of handline, sizes, and setups. I've caught all sorts over the years, from trout as big as my finger to fair sized dogfish along the coast...
5col Survival Supply has added 2 new flavors of snare to our lineup-
The 0TS-60DS is a 60" snare w/ 1/16" steel cable, neck-lock, deer stop, and swivel tree-lock. This snare is suitable for mink, bobcat, fox, rabbit, small raccoon, etc. 12 snares for $32.99...
5col Survival Supply is proud to add Speedhooks to our line! The Speedhook is essentially a snare for fish. The minute the fish takes the bait, the speedhook springs and sets the hook, so that the fish cannot get away.
We currently carry two versions:
-The Military Emergency Kit (NSN...
I just had another one of those EUREKA! moments.
Chalklines. A common tool for construction use. Relatively cheap and durable.
I happen to have one of the best available which is made by Tajima. It's an aluminum case with a buttery
smooth geared reeling system. It reels about 1' for every...
Working on a Construction Site, I took advantage to put together
a few fishing kits for my packs and to keep one in my truck.
Instead of the regularly used foam/glue plugs I've seen in videos,
I used "knock-out" plugs which seal the tube and leave a seamless
end to launch the line from. I...
I searched the forum and didn't find anything on this topic. So I was wondering if anyone else uses their hollowed out gunstock as a last resort survival catch? If so, what do you keep in yours? Here is a video link to mine if you want to check it out.
I know there is a fishing section - but I think this post relates more to disaster preparedness than general fishing.
Im not much of a fisherman - in fact, I have gone fishing all of 4 times in my life...2 of which were this month....so my experience level is pretty low.
I've been wanting to...