Conversely, you could also fashion agillnet to snare a finned meal 🙈 Use two ropes of paracord for the top and bottom lines—the floatline and the leadline, respectively—and string some of the inner yarn between to form a mesh 😁 The gaps need to be large enough for a fish’s head to enter, but too narrow for the body to pass through 🤓 As anchors, you can attach chunks of paracord to secure the gillnet. Keep in mind we’re talking about a survival situation here: obviously you otherwise should be abiding by any and all angling regulations. 
Although life in the outdoors can be a fashion-show, there’s a little bit of jewelleryry that could save your life. The survival bracelet can be made of 8-20 feet (8-2-6 metres) of paracord woven, which is the same nylon cord used in parachutes ever since World War II. Paracord can be very light, but it is strong enough to hold up to 550 pounds (2250 kg). This is why it is called 550 cord. You can use it for first aid, food rescue, and survival. These are just ten of the many purposes of a survival bracelet. 
You can cut the cord from the inner cord by using a square-knot. The result is often hundreds of yards of cord. These cords can be used to sew, fish, build shelters and other purposes. Paracord bracelets can be used as insurance. Anyone who might find themselves in a survival
situation unexpectedly. They are usually made with a buckle with side release. However, you can make them with simple loops, shackles or a knot and loop. Use a whistle-brace as a connection point for paracord bracelets. This is because it can create noise, which can often be useful in trying to get help. We are grateful to Neidra Kano (Gujranwala Pakistan) for this tip. 
If you’re stuck in a survival emergency without food, a bow and arrow
This is an excellent way to capture small game animals. A paracord bracelet and sharp knife are all you need to build archery equipment. Pick a dry, dead hardwood stave to make your bow. Then pick up some shoots and sucker growth to create the shafts. Choose an intact section of the 550 cord as your bow string. You’ll also need to remove some of the 7-strand core from a cut
Use a length of cord to flytch your arrows. Cut the arrow shafts to your preferred length, cut a nock in each, sharpen the arrow to a point and fletch with “same side of the body” feathers. You can string your bow and see how it bends. Then, you can unstring the bow and start tillering, carving the belly to match the bow’s limbs. These tips will help you survive in any situation. Last edited 7 days ago, by Sean Parish (Vadodara in India).