By Demi Lane. Hand Tools. Published at Tuesday, June 19th, 2018 - 17:31:13 PM.
Nose Pliers - All good anglers will have a pair of corrosion resistant nose pliers.You always seem to find a need for them when out fishing, so a good quality pair is on top of most fishermens must have list. Fillet Knife - The next tool you will find in all tackle boxes is a high quality fillet knife. These come in all shapes and sizes to meet each anglers different needs but the common feature is that they are usually razor-sharp and have a good quality blade. I prefer the titanium bonded type with an 8 inch blade.
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).
Rake - Garden rakes can sometimes be called soil rakes, bow rakes, ground rakes or level heads. These have fairly long, straight heads which have short, rigid tines. They are designed for some heavy jobs, such as breaking up hard soil and creating planting rows. Youll probably want one of each typea steel garden rake and a steel or bamboo leaf rake. Garden rakes make short work of leveling out the ground and creating raised beds, and leaf rakes are good for spreading lightweight mulches and smoothing the finely prepared soil on top of a seedbed.
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