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  1. Hunting and Trapping General Discussion
    this seems an incredibly good trap to me! and the tutorial on how to build it at no cost is very well done and detailed too! They say it is for rats but I think it can be used for many other games. I can even scale it up for raccoons or foxes or... please tell me what you think:
  2. Hunting and Trapping General Discussion
    I found an other trap used in Cambodia in the rice fields to catch big rats and suirrels in the jungle. it is hair sensitive if you make it properly and is really easy-to-make using only a stick of wood, (they use bamboo but any wood will do), a strong rubber band (they use a strip of inner...
  3. Hunting and Trapping General Discussion
    has anyone used an upside down ojibwe bird pole as a leg hold snare
  4. Vendor Deals
    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...
  5. Vendor Deals
    5col Survival Supply is pleased to have the Thompson Survival Snare Kit (SK-1) back in stock! Our price for the kit is $10.95 + shipping, with FREE shipping for orders over $50. And now until 6/30/13, we're giving away a free Derma-Safe folding utility razor with every order. Check it out...
  6. Vendor Deals
    5col Survival Supply now carries Thompson Snares' SK-1 Survival Snare Kit. Each kit includes two ready-to-use small-game snares, tie wire, and instructions. These snares are made in the USA.
  7. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I was at the local pawn shop today and I picked up a few traps. I got a medium sized, havahart style live trap, paid $30 for it, I think I got a good deal. (they also have a slightly larger one for sale that I didnt pick up for $45. Do ya'll think it would be a good deal?) I also bought a ankle...
  8. Australia and New Zealand
    G'day all Went camping last night at a little cove on the south coast of Australia. Beautiful private spot and only known by the locals. Had the place to myself. Made a few things while in camp. There is a sedge that grows all over my region that is pretty good for cordage. I've plaited it...
  9. Hunting and Trapping General Discussion
    Trapping is just a survival fallback at the moment, so just want to have some snares in my pack (no firearm for hunting) so can someone explain the difference between these two products in terms of effectiveness, flexibility of trap-laying options etc? Ausable 4 ft. 1/16 Ultimate Small Animal...
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