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We build a survival bow and arrows from an alder tree and para cord and use it to bow fish rainbow trout from a stream. The arrow is built from a tree branch and wrapped in snare wire and barb wire from an old rusty fence. The hooks are also built from barb wire fence wire, to complete a full survival fishing tackle box. The full Survival Fishing Playlist:

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We raid the junk pile in the forest for discarded, but useful materials including metals like bar wire, fence wire, discarded metal tools and whatever else we can use to spear, or catch fish in this epic survival fishing challenge.

In a survival situation, it might surprise you to still be able to find many hand tools and discarded modern artifacts that are useful in building spears and fishing hooks. The key to survival is to use whatever you find available. Junk is often left over and lasts for years before it is reduced back to it’s natural form. Metals can be worked and sharpened to make useful survival tools from fish hooks, to fish spears.


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  17. From and archery "expert" that had been doing archery and making my own bows and arrows for over 15 years, both of there bows made me cringe and the strings needed to be longer. Its just disappointing

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