|05-24-2001 01:31 PM|
since my nippers and hook hone are attached to my
chest pack, I have a second set of the same that is
on a lanyard which I use when fishing off a boat.
(i don't from beads, man)
|05-23-2001 09:14 AM|
Re: the headband design, I have "Beatles" ties we can use as ideas. Anybody got any Peter Max artwork hanging around? Oops - cant forget IAFF logo in a sunburst of flame (Sounds like a silk screen project in the making ;D )
|05-22-2001 08:21 PM|
Hey dudes....Sparky can dig the beads and the head bands. I even have an old VW bus we can paint with peace signs. DFIX it was great to meet you at the CAC. John's a great host. Next time, I'll get us a cleaning lady.
|05-22-2001 10:20 AM|
|05-22-2001 09:35 AM|
|juro||Did someone say Woodstock clave ;-)|
|05-22-2001 09:05 AM|
|striblue||Dave, you can make one without the beads if you choose... But I think a head band would go well with you....and Jim. I'll start woking on my design ASAP. We can show up with them next winter at UFT and other functions... it will be great|
|05-22-2001 08:11 AM|
I think that the lanyards make the most sense on a drift boat where you have most of your stuff in a bag. I think that the hold every thing lanyards where developed by giudes who are not fishing, and don't need a vest (too hot?). I can put all that stuff on my vest or Wood River bag.
When I am fishing salt, don't use that much stuff often enough to justify having it around my neck all day (the boga grip would be a little uncomfortable).
I have a nipper on a piece of fly line around my neck and some pliers in my pocket. If they are good pliers, I attatch a coil lanyard to a belt loop. A zinger makes more sense for the nipper, but it is a pain to go from shirt to shirt. Maybe one of those Orvis ones with the aligator clips. How do they hold up in salt?
A million ways to do this but none are perfect.
|05-22-2001 08:10 AM|
Sparky, wan' me make ya one??? I got some neat 1/8" braided cord that'd really do the trick with those beads! ;D
|05-21-2001 05:52 PM|
|striblue||Thanks Adrian.. yes they are a groove... reminds me of 1968. I am thinking of a headband... made of tie die.... with flies attached to it, of course.|
|05-21-2001 03:11 PM|
|Adrian||And there I was thinking you were doing an impression of Turk Wendell this past week-end. Seriously though, it does seem like a simple / smart idea and the beads are, as you rightly point out, "kinda groovy man"" 8)|
|05-17-2001 11:17 AM|
I have an old (18+ years) stainless steel combo tool, scissors form, plier tips, crimping tools, cutting edes, etc...
Came on a lanyard, alwyas used the lanyard, haven't lost the tool in the 18 years I've had it.
I would put a lanyard on anything I valued.
|05-17-2001 09:08 AM|
|striblue||Good points... The Lanyard I use I bought and I can't remember the name... (but it has groovy beads on it to,Man). But the neck thing is a good pint..but for saltwater there is really no woods walking... but I had not thought about the obvious safety issue.|
|05-17-2001 08:02 AM|
John, I have looked at the lanyards sold for fishing and thought about using them. However, what always comes to mind are two questions. First safety, I am primarily a freshwater fisherman who often ends up bushwahcking to get to where I want to fish. and I've learned the hard way (net on a zinger to the back of the head amongst other lessons) to minimize the number of items that get caught in the brush. With something hung around my neck I would worry about strangulation unless the lanyard has a release built in to prevent that problem
The second question is; why hang something around my neck while fishing if I despise hanging a tie around it?
I can get answer my first question but I haven't figured out the second. For the record I tie my tools to the pack I am using with a length of cord and then put them in a pocket of the pack.
|05-17-2001 06:30 AM|
What kind of lanyard do you use? I remember somewhere reading about a piece of old fly line with big snap swivels knotted to it at various places along the length and one to close it. Haven't gotten around to making it, but it seems like it could be good. I guess my main prob is I don't really carry anything but some forceps and a leatherman. I can bite up to 60lb test with my teeth, much to the dismay of my dentist, so I don't really need a pair of cutters in the field.
|05-16-2001 08:46 PM|
|striblue||24 reads and no opinions ... well I guess they are not popular.|
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