Well, forget throwing money at minnows. Gather your own! It’s simple with this easy-to make trap. Here’s how:If you have a plastic bottle and a cutter/knife/scissors, that’s great –you can make a fish trap in a minute it is so satisfying to catch a fish!
With the help of such fish trap you can catch a small fish, such as minnow, loach, gudgeon. It has been noticed that because of the big natural curiosity gudgeons often swim into the traps without bait!
This Video lesson of a fish trap may be used both for an ordinary fishing using bait fish and extreme situation is survival conditions, when you intend to eat caught fish.
WHAT YOU’LL NEED
- Two plastic soda pop bottles. The three-liter size is best, but two-liter will do.
- One woodworking nail, about 6-penny size (the exact size is unimportant).
- Some twine, kite string or something similar.
- Adult permission and/or help.
For tools, scrounge up a pair of sturdy scissors and locking pliers Vise-Grip or common slip-joint pliers. A utility knife can help with initial cuts but isn’t necessary. You’ll also need a controllable flame source ,the kitchen stove is perfect.