Do you ever go fishing, but find that all of the good spots are taken? Or maybe you’ve gone out a few times, but have had no luck at all. If this sounds like you, then read on! In this blog post, we’re going to show you how to make a quick and easy minnow trap that will help increase your chances of catching fish. So without further ado, let’s get started!
You Will Need
- Two-liter drink bottle
- Plyers and a nail (for melting)
- A stone for a weight
- Bulldog clips
Make A Minnow Trap
Start by drilling or melting holes in a plastic bottle – the larger two-liter drink bottles work best. Once you have cut off the top, use scissors and/or a knife to remove any sharp edges so that it won’t hurt yourself when drinking from this container again later on!
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To make a traditional spear trap, tie one end of the twine to an object such as sticks or stones. Place your weight on the other side so that it can be triggered by any animal who walks through this GPA!
Secure the top of your previously cut-off bottle using bulldog clips. Fold back their metal pieces, and bait them with some bread so they don’t get hungry before we feed them later!
Lower your trap into the water and wait for an hour before fishing. Enjoy those pesky little minnows that always show up when you least expect them!
Minnows are so easy to catch, make sure not to miss any of them with this method–it’s best if we can release our prey back into their natural environment where they belong after catching it instead.
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So what are you waiting for? Get started on your minnow trap today and be sure to come back and let us know how it goes. Remember, the more traps you make, the more minnows you can catch! Have you ever made a minnow trap before? If so, we want to hear about your experience in the comments section below.