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6 Mechanical Fisher's Yo Yo Fishing Reels -Package of 1/2 Dozen- Yoyo Fish Trap -(FLAT TRIGGER MODEL)

$16.94


GoPro- YoYo Automatic Fishing Reel In Action

This is the classic YoYo automatic fisher.
It carries a 60 lb. test line and is plated to prevent rust.
Its stainless spring is strong, lasting and durable.
Its simple and easy to use and has adjustable tension.
Great for Survival Kits.
Sold in boxes of 12.

If you are camping and want to be warned of people approaching, these will work well. Simply take a can full of rocks and stretch the string across the area you wish to protect. Set the string at ankle height so that any disturbance will trigger the YoYo fishing reel. You can add fishing line to lengthen the string. When the YoYo fishing reel retracts, it will cause the can to fall or shake, warning you that someone is in the area. There are many other ways that you can use this to trigger a warning, even using it to trigger electronic devices.

Season 26 Episode 1 YoYo Fishing with Greg Thrompas Pt. 3

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YoYo Fishing For Catfish ~ Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana

I know a lot of folks in Florida like to fish and I was wondering how many of you have experience with YoYo fishing. They are basically automatic fishing reels that you leave out with a bit of bait and a sinker, and check on after a while. You can land some pretty big fish with them, and they are super easy to use. I have had a lot of success with strips of raw marinated chicken breast, but I have a friend who swears by frozen shrimp. The shrimp are easier to get post collapse I suppose. I think the marinated chicken works well in muddy river waters cause the fish can smell the chicken even if they cant see it. And catfish love chicken. Minnow's would also be an option, and are pretty simple to catch with a little net or water/soda bottle. I have not used minnows personally, but would if I did not have other bait available.

If you are camping and want to be warned of people approaching, these will work well. Simply take a can full of rocks and stretch the string across the area you wish to protect. Set the string at ankle height so that any disturbance will trigger the YoYo fishing reel. You can add fishing line to lengthen the string. When the YoYo fishing reel retracts, it will cause the can to fall or shake, warning you that someone is in the area. There are many other ways that you can use this to trigger a warning, even using it to trigger electronic devices.