Learning to create survival hunting traps such as a squirrel snare is a great survival skill to have. While thousands of people have been lost in the wilderness with no way of surviving, it’s essential to keep in check your available sources of food. This is why we’re here to teach you how to make a squirrel snare trap and how to make it work. Check out this tutorial.
Trap Squirrels With This DIY Squirrel Snare Trap
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First Things First: The Survival Kit
Having a survival kit is a very safe way to prepare for anything. The kit is about the size of your phone, and can literally save your life. You will need an Altoids box, a mini utility knife, some matches, some bandages, a mini compass, a couple small antibiotic ointment (Neosporin) packets, a pencil, and 10 feet of 24 gauge floral wire. Another very helpful item I carry in my kit is a survival card. I personally carry the UST Survival Card, and Survival Life has their own version — the Survival Business Card.
These very thin cards include: a mini Philips head screwdriver, a small flat head screwdriver, an attachment loop, a
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