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25 Wacky Redneck Fishing Tips

Fishing is an art. And just like all artists, fishermen all have their own set of tricks to get the job done.

With this in mind, we compiled a list of these redneck-approved fishing tips that we bet your fishing buddies have never seen.

From creative fishing lures to improvised fish hooks, we have the wackiest and most useful fishing tips that will have you REELing with excitement.

You won’t be able to wait to get out there and show off these new hacks.

Go try out these unique fishing tips and impress your fellow fishers with the amount of crazy tricks you have up your sleeve.

To fish like a pro, read on and discover our unique fishing tips and tricks.

1. Keep your fish hooks organized with safety pins.

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Full instructions here.

2. Vacuum seal your first aid pack to keep it safe from water damage.

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Full instructions here.

3. Keep salmon eggs on the hook with a little table salt.

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Full instructions here.

4. Become a master of all fishing knots.

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Full instructions here. 

5. Use an earplug as your bobber.

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Full instructions here.

6. Use wine corks as slide bobbers.

fishing-buddy

Full instructions here.

7. Create an easy paracord trotline.

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Full instructions here.

8. Use an empty drink pouch to store your stink bait.

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Full instructions here.

9. Wrap your rods with bungee balls to keep them organized.

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Full instructions here.

10. Keep a dental pick handy to deal with backlash.

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Full instructions here. 

11. Turn a can tab into a fishing hook.

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Full instructions here.

12. Use a baby wipes dispenser as a mini bate ice chest.

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Full instructions here.

13. Notch a paddle to easily grab your decoys.

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Full instructions here.

14. Use a pool noodle to protect the bottom of your canoe from damage.

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Full instructions here.

15. Add a nail in the head of your plastic worm bait to create more movement to lure in those bass.

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Full instructions here.

16. Use a wine cork to keep your sunglasses afloat.

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Full instructions here.

17. Create your own primitive fishing spear.

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Full instructions here.

18. Use a tic tac box as a small bait dispenser.

fishing-buddy

Full instructions here.

19. Spit on your bait.

There’s some debate about whether there’s any science behind this or if it’s just an old wives tail, but it’s worth a try!

 

20. Keep a hook and leader safely stored in a matchbook.

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Full instructions here. 

21. Make a pocket-sized tackle box.

fishing-knots

Full instructions here.

22. Keep bobbers secured in place using an egg carton.

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Full instructions here.

23. Store your night crawlers in a dig-proof container.

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Full instructions here.

24. Add a bobber to your handle for a sink-proof fillet knife.

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Full instructions here.

25. Keep a letter opener handy to cut braided line.

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Full instructions here. 

26. Keep your spool tidy with a drink koozie.

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Full instructions here.

Want more redneck tips? Check out these articles:

Camp Like A Redneck | 14 Unique Camping Tips 

10 Smart Ideas From My Redneck Neighbor

5 More Tips From Smart Rednecks

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At Urban Survival Times our mission is to be the best survival blog providing a vast array of knowledge, tactics, and skills in the survival and preparedness fields, to any and all who wish to become more prepared for whatever may come.

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