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This kit is a little different. It is waterproof,has a fire starting kit and fishing kit all in one.You can use it closed,and the line winds on the tube itself.Theres a knife,firestarters,a fire steel,hooks(treble sz.16,single sz.10)snaps,sinkers,bobbers,jigs and jig bodies,and an extra bobbin of line.

It would be easy to make a belt pouch for it also.





You can see the components of the kit here. Also notice that the ring on one side of the tube is flattened to keep the tube from rolling off a flat surface.
You could also wrap some duct tape around the tube,but I didn't because i carry duct tape in my pack.

I hope you like my kit,enjoy.:cool:
 

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Nice kit, but why do you have the treble hooks in the kit? I'm curious because I've never found a use for them outside of lures. If there are other uses for them, please let me know as I may need to put some in my kit as well.
 

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I've got a couple of the old Pocket Fishermen that I picked up from yard sales over the years. Tackle stores in the handle. They ride in my Jeep 'truck' that I made in the back of my Wrangler YJ from a 'donated' yield sign..

Make sure you change the line once a year or so. Don't want to lose the only fish that bites all day to brittle line.

Don't forget your paracord innards as well. That makes great fishing line!!
 

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What a great idea for old flashlights. I have several of them, that I've held on to for some reason and this is why, lol. I'm gonna get right on this, as I lucked out at a yard sale a few months ago. I got a nice fishing pole, reel, bag and lots of fishing items; such as hooks, sinkers, etc. It also came with a good size bunch of stinky catfish bait too, lmao. I have that double and triple bagged, hahahaha. Thank you so much for this amazing idea.
 

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All I have for an emergency fishing kit is, line and hooks. There are always something I can find to use for bait by the water. I will just use a rock for weight and can put out several hooks, so my chances are better at catching something to eat. I originally started out with to much stuff, then realized I could get by with a whole lot less. And my idea works fine, tried and true. I also used it with no weight, I just used a short piece of wood I cut for a bobber, and it worked out good also that way.
 
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