How to Build a Small Game Survival Snare For Rabbit

M.D. Creekmore

I've been interested in self-reliance topics for over 25 years. I’m the author of four books that you can find here. Over the years, I’ve learned a lot about prepping, homesteading, and self-reliance topics through first-hand experience and now I want to share what I’ve learned with you.

2 Responses

  1. Jack says:

    Good, concise article on the basics. I believe trapping for survival purposes is a great skill to develop. Since my move to the Philippines just about six years ago, I have been studying the small game of the various islands in the chain. Sadly, a large number of the edible critters here are endangered species. The easiest local catch would be a loose chicken, someone’s pet racing pigeon or some to the many feral cats that roam around. Now, friends of mine in the next town down the road like what they call “exotic food.” I was invited for “a reptile dinner” and what was served was a large lizard cooked in coconut milk with chilli peppers. The next dinner was a python. There are also cobras in some areas. These sources of protein appear to be far more plentiful than what westerners consider game animals. I have also learned that trapping is the number one method of hunting used by the indigenous people here in the Phils.

  2. Mon says:

    A known tribe called the Aetas have taught US Seevicemen on jungle survival, which includes, making shelter, procuring drinking water and fashioning traps for smalle game…💪