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  1. 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...
  2. General Discussion
    This time of year, our friends to the North are typically battling yellow jackets. Especially when eating outdoors. Saw this homemade trap and thought I would pass it along. A board, a rubbermade storage bin and some soapy water. Claims he killed 1000 in just a few hours. You can skip to...
  3. Hunting and Trapping General Discussion
    Hi, I have a new video about how people catching a wild chicken with simple foot traps, if you like that I will have a video show you how to make this traps. Like and comment in this video if you like, thank you so much! Watch this video here
  4. Hunting and Trapping General Discussion
    Hi all! Welcome back with my new video. It is in the summer in my country, this is the best time for trapping and hunting and I have made a new video about catching quails in my farmland with simple net trap. Nice to share for you! Click here to watch video
  5. Hunting and Trapping General Discussion
    Hi all, today I will share you some videos about catching a quail in Asia with simple trap. The territorial disputes between Quails is a habit that people take advantage to make a quail trap. :thumb:https://youtu.be/Ry5TlPkaQ2E :thumb:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=syVj_I-3wgM...
  6. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Been working on an idea for using jelly rubber (slingshot/speargun stuff) for trapping. Is it viable? Are there any advantages? I'm still playing with some ideas, but i've got enough to share for now so i'll put it out there and see if anyone can add some ideas of their own. I figured this...
  7. Hunting and Trapping General Discussion
    So I've been deer hunting and haven't been seeing many deer. There have been 2-4 big fox squirrels eating my corn and I was wondering how I could take them out without scaring the deer. I was thinking some kind of snare or trap. Suggestions would be awesome, but here are the ones that I've...
  8. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Sometimes i find i wish i had some way of alerting me if someone was to approach my camp site, especially at night. I know there are commercial alarms available and its possible to make all manner of different contraptions out of different store bought materials. I decided though, to give it a...
  9. Hunting and Trapping General Discussion
    has anyone used an upside down ojibwe bird pole as a leg hold snare
  10. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    The question was inspired by a video I watched on Youtube where a man was trapped in an elevator for 40 hours, the video was fast-forwarded, which someone posted on a kid-friendly comic site. It inspired some discussion, mostly no real survival, prep related discussion. My question is more...
  11. Shotgun Forum
    ive been getting more into trap shooting recently and have primarily been using my Remington 11-87 28" barrel, but am now thinking of investing in an over/under shotty specifically for trap... primarily because maintenance will be faster/easier does anyone have a recommendation for a decent...
  12. 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...
  13. 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...
  14. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    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...
  15. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Hi Folks. I put dill in a separite catagory since I do the same with it as I do my sunflowers. I grow dill in a different spot from my gardens, so I can make my own pickles and such, but also for trade and give aways. It is easy to grow, the same as sunflowers. Why do I grow more of something...
  16. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Here's a great video of a Survival Guy making a Figure Four trap and showing you exactly how to set it up. Very thorough if you got about 15 mins. MP76
  17. Shotgun Forum
    I want to know the difference between these disciplines. Sorry if this has already been asked. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
  18. Hunting and Trapping General Discussion
    I've been living in Virginia for the past few months and have returned to one of my old pastimes...coyote hunting. Now, let me give you the lay of the land. I'm hunting in steep, hilly Appalachia, and although there is plenty of open space, the land is definitely not flat, and heavy woods are...
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