The invention is a fishing container with a dual purpose for storing fishing accessories and live bait.
The list of fishing supplies is never ending, including fishing poles, tackle boxes, bait buckets, and chairs. This long list of equipment and supplies that one has to carry sometimes can spoil the enjoyment of the sport. While a fishing tackle box provides a great means of organizing such fishing materials and supplies, a bait bucket must be carried separately, which adds to the number of items being toted to the waters edge. Inventors Mitchell and Blackard have created a means by which fishing supplies, including bait, can be stored, transported and used in a functional manner.
This clever new invention conveniently retains and transports fishing supplies. The combined tackle and bait box features an aerator to increase bait life, a LED lantern, and a rope style carrying handle. The top portion of the invention provides ample room for live bait, and the bottom portion has multiple storage compartments for all other supplies. The use of the Combination Bait Bucket and Tackle Box allows fishermen to carry all supplies needed for a successful fishing trip in a manner that is easy and effective.