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33-Piece Realtree Angler Tool Kit Fishing Bucket EXPIRED

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Walmart has 33-Piece Realtree Angler Tool Kit Fishing Bucket for $19.97. Shipping is free w/ Walmart+ (free 15 day trial) or on orders of $35+.

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Includes:
  • 2.5 Gallon round bucket
  • Live bait lid
  • 7" Carbon steel long nose pliers with waterproof lanyard
  • Stainless steel scissors
  • Folding cutting board
  • 6" Fillet knife w/ plastic sleeve
  • Fish gripper with waterproof lanyard
  • Aerator (2 D batteries included)
  • 6 Ft Rope stringer
  • Fillet glove
  • Fishing towel
  • Minnow net
  • 3x Floats
  • 5x Removable split-shot sinkers
  • 2x Bass casting sinkers
  • 4x Aberdeen hooks
  • 4x Baitholder hooks

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leoskee asked this question on 12-06-2021 at 01:26 PM
12-06-2021 at 01:26 PM
As a fisherman it's quite illegal in most states to use live bait that's not from the same body of water, which is why most fisherman don't use them, and introducing invasive species is a big no no for game warden and park ranger.
12-06-2021 at 01:26 PM
You are not allowed to in most states

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As a fisherman it's quite illegal in most states to use live bait that's not from the same body of water, which is why most fisherman don't use them, and introducing invasive species is a big no no for game warden and park ranger.
Looks like a good deal, unfortunately I don't think I need any of this stuff. Although, can one really have "too much" fishing gear, maybe I should reconsider?

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Looks like a good deal, unfortunately I don't think I need any of this stuff. Although, can one really have "too much" fishing gear, maybe I should reconsider?
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Is this a good deal if I only need the bucket/lid/net/aerator? Not sure how strong the aerator is either. Seems like a good price for all those things alone but I don't have a real reference point here
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Quote from ChrisC6240 :
Looks like a good deal, unfortunately I don't think I need any of this stuff. Although, can one really have "too much" fishing gear, maybe I should reconsider?
I have a lot of fishing gears- still need more …lol
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Seems like a decent deal if you need all of the items. A 5gal bucket is $5 at Home Depot or Lowes. And the Mr Bubbles Aerator+Lid will run around $15-20 granted it's for a bigger setup. Not sure if the lid on this Realtree kit will be able to fit a 5gal but I'd imagine not. Not sure on the quality of the knife, pliers, gripper and scissors. The tackle I probably wouldn't be inclined to make much use of...especially the hooks. The cutting board looks kind of handy.
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Quote from jplee3 :
Seems like a decent deal if you need all of the items. A 5gal bucket is $5 at Home Depot or Lowes. And the Mr Bubbles Aerator+Lid will run around $15-20 granted it's for a bigger setup. Not sure if the lid on this Realtree kit will be able to fit a 5gal but I'd imagine not. Not sure on the quality of the knife, pliers, gripper and scissors. The tackle I probably wouldn't be inclined to make much use of...especially the hooks. The cutting board looks kind of handy.
It's a 2.5 gallon bucket, good catch I didn't notice that. I will just buy lid aerator and net from my local
Shop and feel good about it. Thanks!
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I have everything except the bucket and the cutting board. But I think I should still get this lol
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Can you use goldfish as bait in freshwater?
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Great for a Christmas present for a kid to catch minnows and frogs, but nothing really practical for legitimate use.
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Quote from leoskee :
Can you use goldfish as bait in freshwater?
Yes... But not advisable since they are invasive. Altho I have given the 10 cent feeder tanks at the pet store a second look in the past...
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Quote from leoskee :
Can you use goldfish as bait in freshwater?
As a fisherman it's quite illegal in most states to use live bait that's not from the same body of water, which is why most fisherman don't use them, and introducing invasive species is a big no no for game warden and park ranger.
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No store pickup?
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I imagine most of it is crappy but if I needed a bucket and aerator to transfer bait from bait shop to boat, and needed a few of the items or as backups, I'd consider it. If I'm trying to build a nice setup for fishing, you might as well piece together good deals on nice pieces and forget the low quality stuff.
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Quote from ChrisC6240 :
Looks like a good deal, unfortunately I don't think I need any of this stuff. Although, can one really have "too much" fishing gear, maybe I should reconsider?
Quote from hi4noon :
Great for a Christmas present for a kid to catch minnows and frogs, but nothing really practical for legitimate use.
Yep, anyone who actually fishes is looking at this like, "Hmm, I could use another bucket, but..."
This is like a starter kit for people who don't already fish. Not bad, but most of us who would even look at it have all this stuff.
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