this will show you how to fit everything you need to go fishing in an altoides tin

Step 1: materials

altoides tin
2 lures
2 pieces of BUBBLE gum
1 piece of starburst
fishing line
2 single hooks
1 tri-hook
1 small bolt
a "tri-hook" is called a treble hook.
oh yeah, sorry bout that. i forgot the name, so i just called it a tri hook. id asumme every would know what i meant.<br />
well actually ive seen fish under docks and for the hell of it i ripped a gumym worm up by each segment and dropped it and what do ya know? They love it! So i put it on a hook and caught minnows...thats what happens when the power goes out to a computer....boredom.....
I'd think anything small and floating would work to catch minnow; they seem to think anything like that might be yummy and they'll go check it out. When I was a kid we'd go camping a lot; I used to catch minnow using wild grass seed and coffee cans. Then they'd <em>mysteriously </em>disappear when my dad and his friends went looking for bigger fish. :)<br/>
Hehe..i think the sugar kinda attracts them
Put half a cork in for a bobber and storing hooks so they don't poke anything.
you should put a couple of screw eyes in there to tie the line to so you can secure it to stick or tree.
Its good but like a lot of people I know, I can't blow bubbles. = ( <br/>
Have you ever caught a fish with Starburst candy?
of coarse i have.
Fish don't eat starburst.
have you ever looked at the ingredients in fish attractant? ------ main ingredients------fish oil, SUGAR!!!!<br/>
Note that fish oil is first. This implies that there is more fish oil than sugar in the fish attractant. How much more, I don't know, but neither do you.

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