How To Make Best Wild Cock Trap In Forest And Cook It On Open Fire

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  1. melvin west

    melvin west New Member
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    1. Arboriginal Professional jungle chicken
    Arborigines has a simple but effective cock trap as follow:

    • Choose a firm and 2m length tree branch with good elasticity so that it can be bent or straightened. Tie a string to one end and attach the other end to the ground.
    • You need a stick “that is known as the pin of the trap”. Tie the string to 2 end of the stick, one end is fixed and the other is movable. That will become a lasso tightening the animal when it fall into the trap.
    • Drop the lasso near the ground and hold it by some firm sticks with pins.
    • When the chicken fall into the lasso, its reaction will move the stick out of the pin. Thank to the bounce of the tree branch, the string will be tightened so that the prey can not escape.
    • To attact the chicken, you need to prepare its favourite food - it is earthworms. After found earthworms, just put them near the trap so that jungle fowl can eat and be trapped.
    • You can reused the trap later.

    If you want to know more clearly about trapping method, watch the following video:


    2. Wild cock cooking:

    After hunting a chicken, our friend started to process chicken.

    · In a pan over medium heat, heat oil.

    · Add potatoes and carrots and cook, turning once or twice, until lightly browned. Remove from pan and drain on paper towels.

    · Remove excess oil from pan except for about 2 tablespoons.

    · Add bell peppers and cook for about 30 to 45 seconds. Remove from pan and drain on paper towels.

    · Add chicken and cook, turning on sides once or twice, until lightly browned but not cooked through.

    · Add onions and garlic and cook until softened.

    · Add tomatoes and cook, mashing regularly with back spoon until softened and release juices.

    · Add fish sauce and cook for about 1 to 2 minutes.

    · Add water and bring to a boil.

    · Lower heat, cover, and cook for about 20 to 30 minutes or until chicken is cooked through and sauce is thickened to desired consistency.

    · Add potatoes and carrots and continue to cook until fork-tender.

    · Add bell peppers and sweet peas. Cook for 1 to 2 minutes or until green peas are heated through and bell peppers are tender yet crisp.

    Season with salt and pepper to taste. Serve hot.


    Good luck with this simple but great chicken trapping method. Enjoy this food in your own way.
     
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  2. Keith H.

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    This looks like a smaller version of my predator trap. The only way to use worms in reality is to pin them to the ground. These blokes were undoubtedly using a domestic chook & the worms had only just been placed on the ground. If you do it in a survival situation, the worms will burrow & disappear in no time.
    Keith.
     
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