The Inshore Fishing Checklist (Everything You Need To Bring)


Do you have a checklist of everything you need to bring on your next inshore fishing trip?

Whether you’re fishing from a kayak, boat, pier, or even wading, it’s crucial to be organized.

And having a streamlined, minimalist checklist will ultimately keep you prepared so you can be successful on the water!

So in this new video, you’ll learn how to put together your inshore fishing checklist!

Check it out below!

The Ultimate Inshore Fishing Checklist [VIDEO]

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Here is the Ultimate Inshore Checklist:

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Have any questions about putting together your checklist?

How do you get ready the night before or the morning of a fishing trip?

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Sheldon Friedman
9 months ago

Excellent review Justin. Thank you. I fish from a flats boat in PI Sound (just got
a new Hewes Redfisher 18 last spring!). I do like having my line cutters & inexpensive pliers as separate tools for several reasons. I like the stainless 7” pliers without a tether or lanyard attached that I keep in my shorts pocket. I also like
the Boomerang line cutters that I purchase from Amazon for $10.- $12. This tool
is very light, stays sharp & attaches via a self retracting light line that I attach to
my belt/belt loop. I prefer this set up to using a combo pliers/ line cutter in a holster/case. I often fish with another angler on the stern. I keep a 2nd pair of
Pliers & line cutters in my vertical rod rack so that my fishing buddy & I do not
have to run back & forth in the boat sharing these tools.

Keep the good info coming!
Shelly Friedman, Bokeelia

9 months ago

Great video Justin I really like your organization and I agree simple is better.

Matthew Lanier
9 months ago

Great video Justin! Nailed it man!

10 months ago

Great stuff Justin. I have created a checklist and will update with some of the things I may have missed

Bertha Perez
10 months ago

AWSOME tips…you guys are truly THE BEST ! ! !

Richard Fiorentino
10 months ago

For a minimalist that seems like a pot of stuff.

John Thomson
10 months ago

Justin, great topic for inshore newbies like myself. Gave me some ideas to improve my checklist and lure/tackle storage!

Glenn Nunemaker
10 months ago

Justin, great job! One suggested addition would be to let someone know where you are going and when you expect to return. Makes it a bunch easier to find you if you do not return for any reason!

10 months ago
Reply to  Justin Ritchey

Lucky guy Justin. I come home 4 hours later than expected and my dinner’s on the stove and my wife’s in bed watching a movie🤔😉. Good information and presentation, thanks.

Joe Sabas
10 months ago

Great job Justin; Thats very good info there I would suggest a pair of line scissors,I put mine on a utility reel and locate it in a handy spot on my back pack or in my Kayak. Also I carry an extra pair of sun glasses just in case.

Tim Dodge
10 months ago

Good checklist, Justin. I’ve heard other discussions about the importance of eliminating unnatural scents from your fishing tackle. Have you noticed any issues with the use of sun screen or bug spray in this regard? I have been trying to only use clothing, hats, gloves, etc to protect against bugs and sun burn just in case.


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