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    Here's another tool you can add to your food gathering tool box. Snare fishing. Either by setting a snare or by actively using a snare to catch fish.

    http://wildwoodsurvival.com/survival...rm1-4pg15.html

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zs0sl9yh4IU


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    Looks interesting. Can't have too many tools in the tool box. Thanx.
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    Around these parts we call tying a line with a few spaced hooks to a sapling or limb and using a rock, brick etc to throw out a hand line. The one we take across the river with many hooks and weights tied to both ends we call a trot line. You got us on one thing, we don't do any ice fishing.
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    I've tried to catch big minnows with a snare but all I could catch was crawdads.

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    Confusing ain't it?

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