74_or_more wrote:Also, something i always keep with me is a pair of nail clippers. Youd be surprised how handy they can be.
Fenris wrote:God-speed on all your innovative new ideas, lolz.
Veritas wrote:My bad, I obviously over-reacted. You are allowed to disagree without me being a douchebag.
bltjr1951 wrote:74_or_more wrote:Also, something i always keep with me is a pair of nail clippers. Youd be surprised how handy they can be.
Doesn't TSA nab them?
A P38 is a dangerous weapon to them also.
civvie wrote:By purchasing fewer things you can afford better things.
silentpoet wrote:My first two warning shots are aimed center of mass. If that don't warn them I fire warning shots at their head until they are warned enough that I am no longer in fear for my life.
Woods Walker wrote:I don’t think it maters what the OP calls his kit. If you want to know what it is just look at the photos and read the post. On a side note I can think of real world situations in which a bright orange thing and a mirror would sure come in handy.
First thing, I prefer tabs over bleach in a dropper because those can leak and destroy gear. I had it happen to me in the past. It only takes a faulty bottle or a second of inattention for someone to be without the purification method and damaged kit at the same time. If there is a desire for pills that don’t taste like iodine Micropur are a good option.
http://www.katadyn.com/usen/katadyn-pro ... n-tablets/
Here is a trick I do in my smaller kits. I take a Ti metal cup (2oz in weight) and toss gear like that bivy inside. This way the cup takes up very little room. A metal cup is a nice thing to have. So is Aluminum foil so maybe consider adding some. I always carry a packet or tube of anti bacterial cream, heck even have some in my altoids kit because it’s so useful. Tinder, cuts and even chapped lips. Remember the stuff in mostly petroleum jelly. For your fishing kit get.
1. At least 20 feet of 8-10 lb line. More line the better because its multi use.
2. 2-3 Green Woolie bugger flies.
3. A few #12 and #10 hooks. Remember you can catch a big fish with a little hook but it’s harder to catch smaller fish with a bigger hook. Smaller fish like panfish are more abundant.
4. Maybe a small bobber and some split shots.
You don’t have to over do a fishing kit as just a few items can get the job done. After the kit is setup make a copy and test it out. All gear items should be tested before fielded.
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