MY CIGAR BOX TACKLE CARRIER
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MY CIGAR BOX TACKLE CARRIER

MY CIGAR BOX TACKLE CARRIER




      
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MY CIGAR BOX TACKLE CARRIER


MY CIGAR BOX TACKLE CARRIER

Desiring a light but fairly roomy tackle box to carry with me on my rambles. I secured a couple of good-sized cigar boxes and set to work. I took the cover of one of these boxes off from its cloth hinges and reset it with a couple of small metal hinges. The second box was used merely to furnish material for the partitions which were arranged about as shown.

On one side of the largest compartment I fastened a strip of stout leather that would not stretch, tacking it down in the middle and at both ends. This was to hold my plain hooks as shown in the diagram. Then I took a strip of tin and cut a sharp point at each end which T turned down. Along either side of the tin I made a number of short diagonal cuts the edges of which I afterward dulled with a tool. I turned down the two points at either end and by sinking them into the wood, fastened the strip of tin to the underside of the box cover. At the other end of the cover I glued a number of small bottle corks. This arrangement holds my snelled flies and hooks very nicely. I simply stick the points of the hooks into the corks and slip the snells into the slits in the tin.

On the outside of the cover I fastened a “Unity Mixture” tobacco tin for a bait box (Velvet and P. A. tins are too deep. One cannot reach the bottom easily with the fingers). Then with a sling strap fastened to the ends of the box and a couple of small hooks on the front for holding down the cover, the job was complete. This box holds a surprising lot of tackle, protects it nicely and carries very well with the strap slung over one shoulder and the box resting under the opposite arm. It is light, does its duty and costs almost nothing.

Katz, Harry N. Kinks A Book of 250 Helpful Hints for Hunters, Anglers and Outers. Chicago: Outers, 1917. Print.

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