Growing old disgracefully.
- Oct 3, 2004
I have enough to cover any freshwater fishing situation, including Carp and river. (wifey told me to say that).
I have inventoried my fishing tackle, even all my hooks and all other small items (I stopped counting split shot below No.4) and I have to say that I like my inventory list very much. It has become a big excel table in which all is listed. Also about every item there is information about date of purchase, condition, maintenance, etc...I stared an inventory, but never finished it, I was going to try and categorise it all for insurance. 40+ rods, 12 reels, 4 poles, a collection of whips and that doesn’t include fly or sea gear.
You counted EVERY piece of shot , wow, that's commitment. I remember when I had my tackle stolen years ago, listed all that I could think of for insurance co. The stuff I missed amounted to a fair chunk of extra I needed to spend,hooks,floats,shot, even line on the reels, it all adds up. I must have 20+rods,3 poles,2 seatboxes, but only about 6 reels. I may have to check and make a list, just in case lightening strikes twice.(I stopped counting split shot below No.4)