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  • #16
    you forgot to add "ask me how I know"
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    • #17
      Originally posted by Diesel View Post
      you forgot to add "ask me how I know"
      reason for that....don't really remember.....;)
      Live like you'll die tomorrow, learn like you'll live forever.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Echo2 View Post
        only if your ground is not attached to the pipe...yet in the water....

        and me.....welding.....and a lot of water.....don't get along so good.....:)
        I build piers and docks. 90 percent of my work is on the water.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Echo2 View Post
          reason for that....don't really remember.....;)
          Lmao yeah that is way too true.

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          • #20
            in a pinch you can use an old style hammock to fish with. LOL. My grandfather taught me to fish as a kid. my incentive was pretty mean and cold blooded. we would pitch camp, and he would reveal two cases.

            " boy, either catch fish or you get to choose from the C ration case. or you get the mystery meat can case from the Korean war."

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            • #21
              not a vrey good hook and line fisherman fish seem to evacuate the area if i touch bait but i bow and spear fish and am a fair hand at that and thoughts on the fine art of spear fishing
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              • #22
                Yo Yo's are pretty cool but a bit bulky. Has anyone tried "Speedhooks"? , much lighter than a YoYo and easier to pack. speedhook.com/servlet/the-Fishing/Categories works on fish, small mammals and probably lizards.

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                • #23
                  Here are my thoughts on the issue- Wilderness Way published this a few years back.
                  http://briarpatchoutdoors.educationf...shing_kit.html

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                  • #24
                    I posted this in the DIY section before. Use either green or ripe walnut shells to fish. Just grind the shells up into a powder and toss into a calm area of a stream, preferably just after bend in said stream. There is a chemical that prohibits the transfer of oxygen through the gills of the fish. Then scoop them up and go on about your business.

                    I have used this several times over the years. The only times it did not work was when I tried it in an area that was flowing to fast. When I was a teen I had built a rock wall out from a bend in a small stream not to far from the house and this made a huge calm area. I would go out there and amuse myself by knocking out fish using walnut shells and then throwing them out into the fast moving area.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by cbprice797 View Post
                      I posted this in the DIY section before. Use either green or ripe walnut shells to fish. Just grind the shells up into a powder and toss into a calm area of a stream, preferably just after bend in said stream. There is a chemical that prohibits the transfer of oxygen through the gills of the fish. Then scoop them up and go on about your business.

                      I have used this several times over the years. The only times it did not work was when I tried it in an area that was flowing to fast. When I was a teen I had built a rock wall out from a bend in a small stream not to far from the house and this made a huge calm area. I would go out there and amuse myself by knocking out fish using walnut shells and then throwing them out into the fast moving area.
                      cool....now I gotta get some walnuts.
                      Live like you'll die tomorrow, learn like you'll live forever.

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                      • #26
                        Dam or log trap fishing. let the fish come to you. in a survival situation Id rather not spend all day fishing with a line and hooks when I would have a ton of other things to get done as well.

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                        • #27
                          Limb lines and trot lines are great- easy to carry and move around too.

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