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When packing fishing gear for SHTF what do you have?

Again space and weight comes into play here. Sure it would be nice to be able to have your boat and 4 or 5 tackleboxes loaded with everything you have, but if SHTF comes, all of this is out the window.

I have a few basic things that I carry in the bob’s at all time.
1. Tyger Leader - 200 feet of Tie-able stainless steel wire.
2. Sufix 25lb test, 3000 yards
3. Mustad Circle hooks (2/0 thru 10/0 sizes)
4. Mustad ball bearing swivels all sizes
5. A few Rapala lures and Rooster tails & spoons
6. Bobbers & sinkers

The Tyger Leader can also work for repair of items that need a STRONG repair & with the TL and Sufix line, you have strong trip wire for warning if needed.

Again this is just a basic list that I put together fast, I am always looking for more items but again the space & weight are always being worked on and finding items that have more than one purpose is the way to go to help solve this issue…
 

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Hahaha well if you listen to my wife, Cabela's don't have as much as I do...:eek:
Ah Ha! You captured my quote...your trigger finger's quick! I deleted it, because I was gonna change it...Darn you anyway!:D:

Here...I put it back

Originally Posted by Gunner-Fisherman
When packing fishing gear for SHTF what do you have?
I bet not as much as you do...!
 

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I just have a basic survival kit of line, weights and hooks. Im sure I could pick up a drinks can easy enough.

My dad has fishing gear so Im not too worried.
 

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I only have small kits in my Bobs but I have and extensive supply in long term storage! Lots of poles, line, hooks, plastics, and powerbait! Cant forget my 7' cast net!
 

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Well when packing for SHTF, I hope to take as much with me as I can. That includes poles and reels! But if we are just talking a bug-out-bag this is my kit:

150 yards of 15lb power pro
#14 treble hooks
small variety of size 10-14 hooks
some sinkers

I put the hooks and sinkers into the circle-case and I stick that into the spool of line.

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about 25-30 hooks and 15 sinkers, both of 3 different sizes, 2 small bobers and 1 spool of trout line.i dont plan on fishing ,my plan is to set out a couple of lines ,check my traps and hunt most of the day come back that evening check and reset everything again :thumb:
 

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I have 5 rolls of 15lb test spyder wire. That stuff lasts forever! I also have hundreds of hooks from small for bluegill up to big for Bass and Catfish.
Remember big hooks catch big fish. I am not even sure the size designator for my huge catfish hooks but it is larger than me making a hook with my finger!

I use small rope for cats on a trot line so the spyder wire is for trout and bass and such.
 

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Well when packing for SHTF, I hope to take as much with me as I can. That includes poles and reels! But if we are just talking a bug-out-bag this is my kit:

150 yards of 15lb power pro
#14 treble hooks
small variety of size 10-14 hooks
some sinkers

I put the hooks and sinkers into the circle-case and I stick that into the spool of line.

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Brilliant idea, thanks for posting the photos.

I'll have to make up a few of these kits.

Thanks
 
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