By Lena Kelly. Hand Tools. Published at Friday, December 29th, 2017 - 09:31:28 AM.
Spading Hand Fork – One is Good, But Two is Better - A spading hand fork is a beautiful tool for transplanting and aerating; two together make such an excellent device for splitting grasses and perennials that I have always had two hand forks (stab them back to back at the point you want to cut and work the handles apart). They will also do the job of a manure fork, sorting hay, mulch and the like, at least for a smaller garden.
De-Hooker - A titanium bonded de-hooker is another tool found in most tackle boxes. Very easy to use and the best part is you can get the hook out and not damage the fishes mouth. If you are returning it to the water it will still be able to feed. Scale - Having a small scale in the box is also a very popular. If you catch a big one and are not be taking it home or before filleting, its nice to weigh it. Many of these scales can weigh fish up to 50lbs.
Mattock – A Tool for Tough Digging - Breaking up the soil can be very difficult in clay situations, and working around established trees can leave you frustrated with the roots. The right tool for both jobs is a mattock. It looks like the offspring of a pick and a hoe and handles both these tough jobs and a lot of others. I do not own a pick; the mattock covers those bases nicely as well (I am fond of tools that multi-task).
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