https://www.amazon.com/Extra-Large-Deluxe-Person-Hammock/dp/B0036WL5RG unravel it, unravel the resulting rope, weave the smaller strands into netting. You dont have to wait the entire 2 weeks to first put some netting into the water, either. You should be able to put 300 sq ft of netting to use every couple of days. Once you've got that food-income assured, you can branch out into trapping and plants. The fishing kit should be taken as 8 BIG treblehooks, baited with salted fishheats (you're not on a sea shore in Mongolia). Take one of Chief Aj's slingbows, with 6 of the 9 arrows featuring 4-tined fishing heads. Each tine can become 2 fishhooks in a couple of minutes, courtesy of the multi-tool. Take the Condor variant of the E tool , with a saw edge. Take the Crunch multitool, with a file for sharpening your saw. There's no big timber to be cut and no need to do so, either. Take the snare wire, braid it to catch deer. Hook it (the treblehooks, too) to draglogs, so that your "cordage" doesn't get tested before the animal is exhausted and so that you have an easy trail to follow. Make little bags for holding bait, so that can't just dissolve or nibbled-away. Netfishing will always outproduce hook and line fishing. You can make 1500 sq ft of netting, guys. Use it as baited weirs, with a seine to push the fish into the weirs. Make a pontoon outrigger raft. It can be done in one day. Put yourself into ketosis a week or more before you go. Get your body and mind accustomed to having only protein and a bit of fat. Once you've stashed 50 lbs of fish and eaten well every day, you can indulge in gathering and boiling tubers and cambium. Then fry those carb sources in fish oils. Your brain needs SOME carbs and fish and game offer none, but over 2/3rds of your food will have to be fish and critters. The fishing season is just a month long, cause the rivers freeze solid. Once the fish are no longer present in the river, you switch more heavily into plants, birds and mammals. Netting, around sapling frames will catch birds and mammals. So dont leave the netting out in the river, to be lost to the ice. Consider making 6 small treblehooks out of 18 of the 40 single hooks (made out of the wire tines of 5 of the fishing arrowheads), using the snare wire to wrap their shanks. Set these treblehooks for weasels, coons, possums, hedgehogs, and the like. Crows, magpies, gulls and ducks can be so caught, also, if you set it up properly.