Emergency Fishing Kit (For Survival, Backpacking, EDC, Bug Out Bag)





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Uploaded on May 20, 2011

"Emergency" fishing kit in action. In this demo, we catch a few fish using the micro fishing system that I keep stowed away in my backpacking essentials kit. We start by taking a look at the contents of the kit and then proceed through the setup and use of the system.

Stored in a 3x5 inch Ziplock pouch, this little kit packs quite a punch for it's size... and while weighing in at 1.1 ounces, it's a sensible option for adding to your backpacking gear. It's fish catching capabilities also make it an excellent addition to a "bug out bag" or EDC (every day carry), as well as small to mid-size survival kits.

Contents include:

- Mono-filament line (6lb test)
- Split-shot weights
- Assorted hooks (size 6-10)
- Snap swivels
- Screw-in eyelets
- Assorted small plastic baits (tubes & curly-tail grubs)
- Spinner blade with clevis
- Flies (dries & nymphs)
- Small pouch of Powerbait
- Tinfoil
- Length of nylon string

Here's a link to a published article on this kit:


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