Fish Trap (Fish caught on Camera)

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Native American fish trap, Wilderness Survival
Native American history how they got food for there hungry family, How the Native American made there fish trap, The funnel opening will have to be large enough for the fish or turtle to swim into, leave the opening facing into deeper water,They can't get out they do circles in the trap.for survival only. Basic Wilderness Survival bushcraft

cooking freshwater mussel Clam at the creek,wilderness survival
cooking freshwater mussel Clam at the creek drop them into boiling water just until they open up to be taken out of the shell to eat from Earth bowl wilderness survival, Camping tips., The Native Americans call it "Ee-Wah-Kee" meaning The-Mud That Heals Bentonite, as well as other types of healing clay,

Catching Fish from Inside a Minnow Trap POV 2
Click the link for the first POV video: This is a point of view (POV) video of a minnow trap catching fish in a salt marsh creek. The fish caught are sheepshead minnows and mummichogs which are very hardy and are used as a baitfish all the time. The bait inside the trap is a piece of hot-dog roll. You can see once one fish goes in, the rest start to follow... The more fish that move into the trap, the more that are willing to follow behind them! The trap I use is GEE'S Galvanized Minnow Trap: creative=390957&creativeASIN=B0033OI7V4&linkCode=as2&tag=chri0e2-20&linkId= W7SA7OEJSOW7U6Z2 Watch Cocahoe minnows POV in Louisiana: Watch these minnows hatching in the lab: **If the video was enjoyable, remember to give it a "thumbs up" and consider subscribing. New videos every Thursday** -Website: -Facebook: -Twitter: -Instagram: -Subscribe Here: -YouTube Channel:

100 fish caught in 1 minute
This is Joe Arrasmith catching a bunch of shad in a castnet. Post a comment about some of your cast netting experiences, Like this video, will ya? Follow me on Twitter for some good fishing tips/advice!/JoeArrasmith Thanks for the 200k+ views to everyone reading this!! Subscribe while you're at it, you wont regret it,see ya around.