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How to Make a Survival Fishing Spear Intro, Equip 2 Endure

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Published on Jul 11, 2012

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E2E Instructor Bobby Plude illustrates a quick example of how to build a spear for fishing, that can be used for wilderness survival situation. This is a primitive fishing spear that Bobby Plude developed while spending time down here in the River Swamp of NW Fl. The spear shaft is a sapling, split on the end, with a band in order to stop the sapling from splitting any further than about six inches. The barbs are From the thorns of a Honey Locust tree. They are set at an angle in order to stop the fish from escaping after he has been impaled. The important thing here is too let the thorns "CURE" out and get hard and tough. Strictly a primitive technique. From the field, For the field.
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