That is not survival. That is simply camping and forgetting a few things at home.
First problem - hunting season is closed in the summer because all the little animals are busy raising babies. You kill an adult anything - you have just allowed half a dozen babies to starve to death.
You want to try your hand at survival? You show up with the clothes on your back, wearing boots, a nice jacket, warm hat, gloves, and a half gallon zip lock back with any tools you want - no food except for 1/2lb pound of uncooked rice. Bring a lockback knife and a pack saw with lots and lots of strong twine wrapped around the handle to make your emergency shelter from.
What goes in that 1/2 gallon bag? That's up to you but do not forget these:
*two big lawn and leaf black trash bag. Cut one to become the underlayer of your emergency shelter. The other you save in case it rains bad - it makes a great head to toe rain coat.
*water purification tablets - because boiling your water all week long makes it taste like crap.
*a few un sweetened packets of Kool-Aid. You will get tired of drinking nasty tasting water - and that will make you dehydrated. A pinch or two of the powder and it takes tons better. The unsweetened will last two or three days per packet - the sweetened stuff just one day, if that.
* soup can to boil your water.
Band-Aids and Neosporin cream
fish hook and unflavored dental floss for line - no pole or reel!!
A book to read. You need to read faster than you use it for toilet paper!
Something to flavor the fish you catch - like creole seasoning where a small pinch adds a ton of flavor
Lots of Tylenol or Advil
Two thngs. You need to stay clean. Dirty clothes don't hold heat - you will get cold. Be Careful! Any cut or wound takes 3-4 times longer to heal when you are stuck outdoors and roughing it.