25 Comments on "Native American fish trap, Wilderness Survival"

  1. ok thanks

  2. beef liver for bait

  3. what did you use for the bait

  4. @tim3jones cant wait to try it once it warms up

  5. MrMcnastyxx | February 1, 2010 at 7:00 pm |

    yeeaaa thats never gonna work

  6. Your welcome.

  7. pretty neat man thanks for the vid

  8. greet video

  9. SleestaksRule | February 1, 2010 at 9:17 pm |

    I bet this would work in a lake that has bullheads. They seem to feed at night and you could probably leave it go overnight and end up with a catch or 2 by morning if not earlier.

    Great video.

  10. yes it would still work.

  11. if u put this trap in the middle of a creek or something and made the cage inclosed accept for the entrace would it still work

  12. Yes i will soon…

  13. Your welcome, Good luck.

  14. can you make a detailed video of how to make it?

  15. deathofkindness | February 2, 2010 at 12:06 am |

    Thanks Tim…I will be giving this a try

  16. Yes it will work in a pond…

  17. deathofkindness | February 2, 2010 at 12:19 am |

    Great video bro

    I have a rather stupid question

    how do you think this would work for ponds?? I have several ponds around where i live filled with crappie and bass and turtle and I wonder if this would work for them in a survival situation

    Thanks

  18. You can yous chicken wire make it round, make a door at one end and a funnel at the other end.

  19. is there a way to make a cage type kind of trap? im using it for deep sea fishing, i’m going out to sea on a boat, so i cant use it near the shore, can you please make a tutorial on a more portable type? or can i just make one myself using the same concept?

  20. Yes many other species of fish will fall for it.

  21. 47dannytheman | February 2, 2010 at 2:36 am |

    nice….i wonder what other species of fish will fall for it….

  22. Thank you.

  23. jasongiddensviper478 | February 2, 2010 at 3:54 am |

    Geat video keep em coming!

  24. little Flathead catfish.

  25. what kind of catfish was that?

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