posted on Nov, 9 2009 @ 05:13 PM
I always love this topic( i am an avid fisherman). truth is, though, in a survival situation, forget the pole. Technique depends on where you are, but
the best survival fishing technique is net-fishing.
Use a sturdy peice of faberic(heavy shirts and sweaters work best). Cut it so it is one solid peice. Then find two sturdy branches, and attach one to
either side of the fabric.
Abracadabra, you've got yourself a fishing net. Next, if you are working a stream or river, find the channel, walk next to it, against the current,
dragging your net in the channel. You'll have plenty of fish.
Then take the fish heads and innards, dig yourself a 3--4 foot deep pool on the side of the river(still in the water), and throw the guts and things
in. You will then have a standing fish pool to choose from, full of crawfish, fish, etc. Time to get out your trusty net again.
A mirror reflection or flashlight shown into the water in patterns also will attract fish for you.