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usful everyday idems for tackle..?

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  • usful everyday idems for tackle..?

    just thinking, and clearing my taclke box out.... and come accros some bits, that warnt ment for fishing but end up as perfect angling items....... ie carp floats made from the plastic kinder egg.... quiver board made from a plastic busicuit box lid...ect ect.... Any items you guys have got or found useful for fishing..???
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    Freezer Bags use more of these for bait than for freezing food !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Different size straws for meat punches
    Crayons ideal for marking depths on top kits as u dont have to scratch the marks off like u have to with tippex
    Blind acceptance is a sign of stupid fools that stand in line

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    • #3
      hairbands work well for keeping bags of bait closed or for keeping line on a spool, also work as rod bands if pushed.
      i'm not lazy, just energy efficient.

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      • #4
        back in the day a washing up bottle lid would never of been missed............

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        • #5
          just pole pots out of deoderant lids

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          • #6
            polestyrene cup for bloodworm.
            150 freezer bags for freezing bait.
            top of fruit shoot lids for pole pot.

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            • #7
              Nail clippers,tippex,hard as nails,rubber bands-they've all got their uses in my box
              Team south- 2014 talk angling inter regional team champs
              Alwight tweacle?

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              • #8
                widget for bubblefloat for pike and nail clippers

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                • #9
                  2 buttons and an O-ring make a handy adjustable line clip for your top section:


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                  Half man, half Octoplus, half bean wannabe test pilot.

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                  • #10
                    Black marker pens for the float bristles and some insulation tape for that dreaded broken section . Oh and the wifes nail scissors!!

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