top 5 things you should have in your tackle box
The top 5 things I think every angler should have in there tackle box are plently of diferent color spiner baits variuos crank baits and snipping tool for cutting those lines quickly when changeing bait’s and lures and most of all if you are an angler like me you should have a first aid kit that includes lot’s of extra fishing line because on like those pro fishers on T.V. I tend to have alot of misshap’s and tangles I can’t count how many times in a day I wind up for that ultimate long cast only to realize right @ the end of my front swing I have somehow put that hook either in the back of my leg or head,I know as an angler non of us like to admit it when this happens or when we cast that powerful cast only to have our lure make a huge PLOP! 2ft in front of us and right away we look around hopeing no one saw it and if some one did right away we start looking @ our fishing reel blameing it either on poorly greased or a faulty something rather (come on we all know it’s true)so I really think we all should have that first aid kit in there with lot’s of extra fishing line I also think every angler should have a small camera in thier tackle box @ all times cause we all know we will catch that big fish one no ones around and without a picture to prove it there will always be 100 sceptics telling us that we are just telling another fishing story.
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