Improvised Fish Hooks

August 24, 2014 by | Be the first to comment »

Whether lost in the woods or stranded at sea, one of the easiest ways to gather calorie-rich food is by fishing.

Even without fishing gear, it’s relatively simple to improvise the gear you need, the most important of which is a hook. Below are a few examples of improvised fishing hooks using everyday items as well as items found in nature.

Armed with a little creativity, you’ll never go hungry when there is a body of water nearby.

Beer Can Fish Hooks

Bone Fish Hook

Bone Fish Hook

Gorge Fish Hook

Safety Pin Fish Hook

Thorn Fish Hook

Thorn Fish Hooks

Thorn Fish Hooks

Toothpick Fish Hooks

Melanie Swick (a.k.a. Survival Chick) grew up wanting to be a rocket scientist, but when she realized she that required way too much math, she took to her second dream—spending time in the wilderness. Today, when she's not hiking, camping, or hunting, she's blogging about it. You can connect with Melanie on Facebook.

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