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Old 11 August 2015, 13:20   #11
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1lb to 2lb's, there are some lighter ones in there

But this is my Charter kit for much deeper and faster flowing water. My other lead box has smaller leads and is what I take on my RIB.

You can also tie a Spongy Bungee to the top so that you can wash the guts off your mits.
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You can also tie a Spongy Bungee to the top so that you can wash the guts off your mits.

Spongy Bungee, the biggest waste of money ever.
12 for a sponge on some string.
Your as bad as Carp anglers.😉😂

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Spongy Bungee, the biggest waste of money ever.
12 for a sponge on some string.
Your as bad as Carp anglers.����

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You don't buy one! Make one with a piece of bungee left over from an old boat cover and a 50p sponge. Does the job nicely for a season.
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My advice is keep it simple,don't take extras you won't need.....just for the type of fishing/species you are targeting...A good Toweling cloth for wiping your hands is a must,unless you like scales and blood/guts all over your Boat! As is a Priest....if Bass fishing a de scaler is much easier/cleaner to use while at sea...make up any traces/end tackle at home,and remove ALL kit AND ancillarys from the Boat for a clean/wash down after use,if you don't want it to let you down next time.
Not a fan of tackle box's (tend to fly about too much!) on a RIB I use an army rucksack with lots of designated pockets,easy to locate what you need..and if it's Knarley or Wet stuff it into a Dry Bag.
A decent fish bag which can be left wet is a help too/I do use a cold bag/box for Mackies especially if the kids are aboard...or if it's a full days trip out.
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