The Rite in the Rain Fishing Journal Kit lets you keep track of your fishing expeditions, even the ones where the weather doesn't cooperate.... especially those, in fact. Record data from your fishing trip, record your best (or worst) spots, and more. Sort it all out and review it later - it'll still be there thanks to RitR's weatherproof paper and durable notebook covers. The Rite in the Rain Fishing Notebook Kit contains:
- Rite in the Rain No. C1700 CORDURA Fabric Pouch - tan CORDURA fabric Pouch fits the 4 in x 6 in top spiral Journals as well as other essential gear. It has a rugged buckle closure and belt loops.
- Fishing Journal - 4x6 spiral-bound weatherproof notebook with customized fishing information.
- No. 97 All-Weather Pen - All-Weather pens write on wet paper and upside down in temperatures from -30F to 250F. Flat black metal barrel.
Rite In The Rain 1733-Kit: Flat's Fishing Kit, Yellow, 4 X 6. The 1733 Flats Fishing Journal - Expertly designed by Flats fisherman for Flats Fishing, this Journal gives you room to record everything from GPS locations to productive spots and tidal characteristics. Record critical data on flies, lures and presentation to increase your odds of nailing that bonefish of a lifetime.
Rite In The Rain 1731-Kit: Fishing Journal Kit, Yellow, 4 X 6. The 1731 General Fishing Journal - This Journal is designed to record critical information about your fishing experience. Remembering the details makes the difference between success and failure. The Fishing Journal gives you the advantage by providing details about how best to fish your favorite body of water. Great for competitive fishing tournaments or casual weekends on the water.
Rite In The Rain 1732-Kit: Fly Fishing Kit, Yellow, 4 X 6. The 1732 Fly Fishing Journal - Knowing the subtleties of fly fishing on your favorite stream can make or break your experience. The Fly Fishing Journal is designed to move you to that next level of fly fishing expertise or to start you out focusing on the important details. Remembering what works (and what does not) makes the difference between merely fishing and actually catching.