Making a survival water transpiration bag still is similar to the vegetation bag, only easier. Simply tie the plastic bag over a leafy tree limb with a tube inserted, and tie the mouth of the bag off tightly around the branch to form an airtight seal. Tie the end of the limb so that it hangs below the level of the mouth of the bag. The water will collect there. The same limb may be used for 3 to 5 days without causing long-term harm to the limb. It will heal itself within a few hours of removing the bag.
CAUTION Do not use poisonous vegetation. It will provide poisonous liquid!
Survival Water Transpiration Bag
Survival Spring Pole Snare
The spring pole snare requires a small sapling and cordage to construct. The trigger for the spring pole is the toggle. It is designed to lift the animal off the ground; not allowing predatory animals to take your game. Remember, the trigger can not be so tight that the intended game can not set it off.
SURVIVAL SPRING POLE SNARE
Survival Fishing Spear
If you are near shallow water (about waist deep) where fish are large and plentiful, you can spear them.
(1) Cut an 18-24" long straight hardwood sapling, fire harden if green.
(2) Sharpen one end of the sapling.
(3) Shave two green saplings to serve as prongs.
(4) Carve barbs on the prongs.
(5) Notch main staff to support prongs.
(6) Lash the prongs to the main staff.
(7) Prongs that do not easily flex under the weight of a finger need to be shaved and thinned, prior to lashing.
(8) To spear fish, find an area where fish either gather or where there is a fish run. Place the spear point into the water and slowly move it towards the fish. Then, with a sudden push, impale the fish on the stream bottom. Do not try to lift the fish with the spear. Hold the spear with one hand and grab and hold the fish with the other. Do not throw the spear as you will probably lose it.
SURVIVAL FISHING SPEAR
SURVIVAL FISHING SPEAR VARIATIONS