Published at Wednesday, April 25th, 2018 - 21:01:59 PM. . By Maritza Emerson.
Mattock – A Tool for Tough Digging - Breaking up the soil can be very difficult in clay situations, and working around established trees can leave you frustrated with the roots. The right tool for both jobs is a mattock. It looks like the offspring of a pick and a hoe and handles both these tough jobs and a lot of others. I do not own a pick; the mattock covers those bases nicely as well (I am fond of tools that multi-task).
Swivels - A variety of swivels is also desired. Flies, Jigs and Lures - Your different flies, jigs and lures can take up a lot of space, so be selective. Floats and Bobbers - If you use them, an odd assortment of floats and bobbers are stored in the box by most enthusiasts. They are very light weight and do not take up much space in your average size box. Line - A spool of spare line and a length trace are very important requirements. If things go wrong and you lose your line you should be able to replace it. I was once traveling to an isolated fishing spot and had to drive on a narrow dirt track lined with thorn trees.
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