6 Hunting Traps – How To Build Them

Survival critter traps

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6. Rolling Snare

This snare uses a pair of wooden hooks to trigger a motion-activated spring pole snare trap. You’ll need a spring pole, a snare line with noose, a hook to drive into the ground, and a hook to tie to the snare line. This trap is ideal for trails and runs.

Find a forked branch about one to two inches in diameter. Cut a point on the non-forked end and drive it into the ground near the edge of a small-game trail. Find a similar, smaller fork to tie to the snare line. Engage the two hooks so that the free one will roll off the hook that is staked to the ground, NOT so they will hook together which would prevent the trap from going off. Set your noose in the trail, propped up with twigs or tied in place with thread. No baiting is required.

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There Are 9 More Bonus Snares In The Original Article

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