|Recurring Survivor Challenge|
|Description:||A recurring challenge|
Spear-it Hunt is a recurring challenge from Survivor.
Survivors must use weapons to set a series of targets on fire. The first person/tribe to light all of their targets wins.
The challenge debuted in Survivor: Africa as a tribal Immunity Challenge. Taking turns, the contestants had to use a bow and arrow to set alight a series of five targets ranging from thirty to seventy feet away. Boran won the challenge.
The challenge reappeared in Survivor: Pearl Islands. The contestants had to use a musket to hit sails on the beach, causing them to burn. Darrah Johnson won this challenge for immunity, making it her second Individual Immunity Challenge win.
In Survivor: Fiji, the challenge was used as a Reward Challenge. Taking turns, the tribes had to hit three large targets with a burning ball flung from a platform. Ravu won the challenge, making it their only challenge win.
"I'd Never Do It to You"
|Tribal Immunity|| |
| Pearl Islands|
"Would You Be My Brutus Today?"
|Individual Immunity|| |
"An Evil Thought"
|Tribal Reward|| |
- This was the only challenge that Ravu won.
- Darrah Johnson is the only person to have won this challenge individually.
- Both tribes that won this challenge contained the eventual runner-up.
- Fiji is the only season to use this challenge as a reward.