While I was preparing to go on a camping trip with Mrs. Redneck and my youngest daughter, I was going thru some old fishing equipment and was struck with cranium flatulence.
People are all the time making survival bracelets, belts, straps and such with Paracord to use in survival situations.
I thought to myself, what could you really use it for besides the obvious ones being done to death.
Well I've heard people pull the inner cord out to use as fishing line but what about the bait. I cut up a few inches worth of Paracord and in under 25 minuets I had a fishing lure.
Step 1: Use Those Scraps
This is such a simple and easy project I'm sure you can finish this in a very short time with very little items. It took me about 25 minuets to make one, and that’s counting the time I wasted on the first one I messed up.
1 Fishing hook
2" scrap piece of Paracord
Few inches of fishing line
Multi-tool (Pliers and knife blade used)
Bic Lighter (to melt the end of cord)
With the many different colors of Paracord you could stock your tackle box with various color lures.