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- Any type of cordages such as rope, string, twine, and even tee-shirts can be twisted into cordage, cordage is needed for shelter building, fishing, animal snares and lashing gear to your pack or body
- Coffee filters for emergency water filtration
- The best survival knife is the one you have with you and if you have a choice grab the best one you have otherwise any knife, ax or machete will do and to protect yourself and gear from being slashed by the exposed blade duct tape/tape the cutting edge to store in your pack or slip behind your belt
- Multi-Tool and/or a small set of pliers, wire cutters and any type of digging tool such as a small trowel or entrenching tool or even a screwdriver can be used to dig or pry with
- Duct tape
- Whistle, a mirror for signaling
- Compass and maps of the area state and country
- Extra socks and undergarments
- Fishing tackle, paper clips, and pop-can tops can also be made into fishhooks and discarded water bottle caps, pieces of Styrofoam or plastic utensils can be bobbers and any shiny piece of metal can be used for lures and for weights.
- Personal protection