Compact Survival Fishing double fish stick Kit
Easy to fashion 2 (short distance castable) Huck Finn fishing poles for survival or hiking. For a strong secure twig, always use a fresh branch from a live bush at least a ½” in diameter and at least a foot long. The eyelet wood screw and the eyelet rod tip will secure better and not crack. Best to use with a fly-fishing whip action technique especially for panfish.
*Sticks not included
2 Bobbin spools of 20lb. braided fishing line.
• 45 - 50 feet of braided line on each bobbin spool
2 wood eye screws (to secure bobbin to twig).
• Make a starter hole in the twig and screw in the larger eyelet to thread the hole. Remove and put through the bobbins center hole and screw back in twig
2 Small wood screws for twig rod tip.
• Make a starter hole in the twig tip and screw in the small eyelet.
2 #2 Hooks
2 Jig grubs small.
• Use the #2 hooks with the small jig grubs as a topwater bate like the flies
2 #6 Hooks
• The larger # 6 hooks are good for live bait if you can catch minnows or pieces of pan fish
3 jigs with 3 jig grubs’ - medium.
• Use the jigs with the medium size jig grubs to attract more fish
• Flies are the number one bate for topwater panfish.
2 Swivel clips.
• Attach a swivel clip to the line for fast bate change
4 Split shot sinkers.
• Use to cast further and for bottom fishing
2 Bobbers small.
• Keep jigs / sinking baits at midwater depth
1 Two and a half-foot hanging chain stringer.
• Carries the day's catch and can be used to skewer fillets and cook over a campfire
1 Folding Spanish fruit knife.
• 3-inch folding blade for filleting your catch. Works very well despite the blade length
1 five inch long carrying belt pouch