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How to: Make a 3-Prong Fish Spear

Category: Fire / Difficulty Level: 3
Posted: 2021-08-22 00:00:00
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In this video I show how to make a 3-Prong Fish Spearhead inspired by the Yaqan Nukiy, People of the Water:

https://royalbcmuseum.bc.ca/exhibits/journeys/english/water_2_2d.php.

I will be using a buckthorn (Rhamnus cathartica) "V" or "Y" piece of twig. Pine pitch as natural glue, and Stinging nettle cordage. This is a fairly small piece that could be used for very smaller quarry like some bass, perch, or bluegill. Obviously, one would scale this tool down or up to be relevant to the species of fish one is after.

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