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Jun 30, 2012 ... my mprovised animal trap. perfect for use on birds, and small rodents and is really effective. Can be made out of anything you have to hand ...
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Oct 14, 2010 ... been a couple days, i used lettuce for bait- and still no groundhog or other animals. really need a better trigger method... this is just to share the ...

How to Build a Trap: 15 Best Survival Traps | Outdoor Life


Mar 5, 2013 ... In a survival situation, traps can capture animals that provide us precious calories from meat and fat. Think of them as little hunters that you put ...

Live Trap Plans - Build Your Own Box Trap - Trap Anything


This trap works really well! You can also build a homemade box trap to catch larger animals like raccoons, opossums, feral cats and skunks by building the box ...

How to Make Booby Traps: Homemade Options + Traps for Animals


How can you cleverly surprise and incapacitate intruders: explanation on booby traps during a home invasion and survival situations. How to make homemade ...

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Making a really simple rabbit trap - Instructables


The trap needs to be long enough for your biggest prey, so that the door will not land on the animal. Otherwise a great simple effective trap that anyone should ...

4 Simple Animal Traps For Off-Grid Survival | Off The Grid News


Survival snares and traps will help feed the family during a long-term disaster or simply if you're looking to supplement the menu choices when living off the grid ...

How to Build Your Own Small Mammal Trap: 13 Steps (with Pictures)


While it is simpler and far more humane to buy a good animal trap, some die- hard ... Homemade box traps, can traps, snare traps, etc. are all insufficient for ...

Six Primitive Traps For Catching Food In The Woods | Field & Stream


Oct 17, 2006 ... How to trap food in the wild when you need it most. ... along trails or outside burrows when a passing animal or bird brushes against the trigger.