Mini Fishing Kit

Introduction: Mini Fishing Kit

I'll show you how to make an awesome and very tiny fishing kit.

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Step 1: Step 1

materials
3 tooth picks
five Rubber lures
three big hooks
one little hook
popsickle stick
fishing line
two rubber bands
A tiny bobber
four little weights
one big weight
some matches
match striker

Step 2: Step 2

cut the popsickle stick down to size cut two nothes at each end then feed the line though.

Step 3: Step 3

Take the matches and the line then drop them in the can as shown, plus take the match striker and then glue it on the can.

Step 4: Step 4

take the little bobber and the plastic lure and put them in the can that is shown in the picture.

Step 5: Step 5

Take the big rubber lure and put in along with the three big hooks.

Step 6: Step 6

take the tooth picks and drop them in the bottom of the can.

Step 7: Step 7

Take the weights and drop them in the empty spaces then put the big weight in the bottom right corner.

Step 8: Step 8

Drop in one of the rubber bands the close the case and wrap your last ruber band around the case and your know done!!

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    17 Discussions

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    Gamer917
    Gamer917

    10 years ago on Introduction

    if you use a larger altoids tin you can include one of those pocketsized extendable fishing rods

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    chi chi chippy

    dont put the rubber worm things close together because i did that and they all melted together. to bad for me nice ible though

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    Tesla Fan
    Tesla Fan

    10 years ago on Introduction

    If you cut a hole in the altoind box you can use the box as a rod and cast like a fly fisher

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    oddblob
    oddblob

    11 years ago on Introduction

    how about adding a few eyehooks which you could screw into either end of a native stick? nice 'ible

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    batman96
    batman96

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    i made a exact same thing a longtime ago

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    ducttapechemist

    i like what you did here. i'm going to make my own soon. if i get inspired to add anything else i'll post it when i finish

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    V-Man737
    V-Man737

    11 years ago on Step 8

    Tiny!! You should make an instructable about how to fish with this. Do you use a fishing pole with this, or could you do without? That would be so boss.

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    stevescam001
    stevescam001

    Reply 11 years ago on Step 8

    You could use a long stick you found nearby. The kit is a good one. It may seem a little silly but for spur of the moment fishing while hiking or just kicking around anywhere near water you're covered for a little excitement or maybe even lunch. I've caught a lot of fish with a lot less.

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    V-Man737
    V-Man737

    Reply 11 years ago on Step 8

    Nice. Seriously, make an instructable about how to fish with just this and a stick, especially for those of us who haven't ever caught a fish with even the fanciest of fishing poles. -_-

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    stevescam001
    stevescam001

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    I think you're right V-man. It's a good idea. It's not my instructable but I don't mind making a sequel. I've never made an instructable so it will take me some time. The more I think about it the more I like the idea. Bare in mind this instructable is intended as an emergency fishing kit to save your life. It's not my first choice of equipment.

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    microman171
    microman171

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Do an instructable on HOW to fish with this :D. Also the pictures, to diffuse you flash you need somthing translucent (lets light through but you cant see through) and place that over the flash. I have just about left my holiday and should have made somthing like this before I left.

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    PsychoPenguin
    PsychoPenguin

    11 years ago on Introduction

    A few tips for your pics:

    Get a tripod

    Turn off or diffuse your flash

    Use the macro setting on your camera

    Oh, and post a video of you catching a fish with that thing. That would be something to see.