To make a bone fish hook at its strongest, you will need a rib bone, some fresh rabbit or other small game tendons, and a
(small game) tooth. First you carve the bone to the shape of a hook, but with a little wider curve. (Note: use a knife and not
a grinder as a grinder will produce cracks inside the bone and it will break easily.) When this is done, break the tooth so
you can get a small barb. Hold that on the inside of the bone hook and proceed to wrap the tendon (fresh and slightly moist)
around all the hook leaving exposed bone at the top of the hook so you can drill or burn a hole in it for your string. In
wrapping the tendon on the hook you should do it so the tendon goes on as flat and smooth as possible so when the fish bite
the hook will set. Hang this up in the sun (or by a grow light if there is no sun) to harden the moist tendon.Now you are
ready to go fishing. One good sized moose bone can make about 30 fish hooks.
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