What's in your box?

Discussion in 'LOCAL TENNESSEE TALK' started by Matt Smith, Feb 7, 2006.

  1. Matt Smith

    Matt Smith New Member

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    I'm sitting here going through my tackle box, trying to see if I need anything else for the Fish'n Camp this weekend. So far, I have:

    2 big wooden floats
    Several 4/0 Kahle Hooks
    4 Owner brand 5/0 circle hooks
    Several size 2 treble hooks for stinger rigs
    A handful of 2 ounce slinding sinkers (egg shaped)
    4 3 ounce bank sinkers (teardrop shaped)
    Split shot sinkers
    A spool of 30 pound test mono for leaders
    A spool of 8 lb test mono for tying sinkers to 3 way rigs
    Several "bait" lures including roostertails, grubs, and doll flies
    3 way swivels
    Barrel swivels
    Snap swivels
    Hook sharpener
    Needle nose pliers
    Forceps
    Hand towels
    Gloves
    Walkie Talkie with weather radio

    I'm using 6500's spooled with 50lb power pro on Shakespeare Tiger Sticks

    Am I forgetting anything?
     
  2. dinkbuster1

    dinkbuster1 New Member

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    State:
    Ohio
    a few cans of vienna sausages:D
     

  3. dickieboy

    dickieboy New Member

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    State:
    Cedar Grove, TN
    With a Friday night low of 24, Saturday high of 38, night of 20 and Sunday high of 39, ANYTHING you can think of to stay warm.

    Good Luck
     
  4. Matt Smith

    Matt Smith New Member

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    State:
    Tennessee
    I can stay warm! :thumbsup: I gots a Mr. Heater and a 20 pound bottle of propane as well as all the deer and duck hunting clothes a man should need!

    I also gots TWO rolls of TP! :D
     
  5. SilverCross

    SilverCross New Member

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    State:
    Fairbury, Illin
    You need a camera.
     
  6. tncatfishing

    tncatfishing New Member

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    State:
    clk. tn
    As long as you keep moving you will stay warm, of course if your in a boat that is a different story. In my box, to much stuff or not enough stuff, I think I need to go to bass pro or grandpas and check some more.
     
  7. Tym2Fish

    Tym2Fish New Member

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    State:
    Scottsdale Arizona
    If the above quote is accurate my hats off to you:) I wouldnt be out there in that kind of temps. Highs in here will be 80 or so the rest of the week. Glad I live in AZ!!!!! I would assume you have included a fillet knife? I didnt see it on your list. Good luck, I wish you well!!!!!
     
  8. Matt Smith

    Matt Smith New Member

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    State:
    Tennessee
    Yep! Got a filet knife, cutting board, and camera.

    I have a job in Nashville tomorrow that will afford me the opportunity to drop by Bass Pro and get a few more hooks and sinkers.
     
  9. mmarcum6

    mmarcum6 New Member

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    State:
    Tenneessee
    Matt I see you got the gloves and that is a must as at the Chattanooga gathering last year that was the coldest part of my body and I think Whistler will agree. The other things would be rain gear and a dip net for the minnow bucket if you are planning on using minnows. That cheap little net will save your hands tremendously from the numbness.