How often have you needed to just carry a few fishing tackle items with you? I mean, how much gear do you really need sometimes? If you're fishing for tuna on a long range bost chances are that you've got a huge tackle box near the back of the ship with all of your fishing gear. Typically, you are going to be running from the bait tank to the back of the boat and then up the side as you do the tuna shuffle.
Either you are going to get hooked up or you'll yank the sardine off your hook, reel your hook back in and start all over. If you do get hooked (and I hope you do), you'll probably want to change out your leader, your weight and your hook. Instead of walking back to your tackle box where you'll have to fight for space because everyone else is there, wouldn't it be nice to just to be able to pull out some leader, leader and hook from this mini tackle bag that's resting on your waist and get right back into the swing of fishing again?
Many people have also found a secondary use for this micro bag - they've turned it into a camera bag. Since it does have some padding it makes a great camera bag or gps sack that sits in place until you need it. When I go geocaching, I use it to store some of the small items I need, like my geo log stickers, a pen, pad of paper, spare batteries, and my camera.
With this tiny, micro fishing tackle bag, you can do just that. Store leaders, hook packs, small sinkers and lead in this bag and run your belt right through it. It even has velcro so that you don't have to take your belt off to get it on. There's plenty of room in there for just about everything you need.
If you are freshwater fishing, most likely you've got a few of those small, palm-sized plano fishing tackle boxes - the kind that open on both sides. This bag was designed around that size box, so there's room to stick one of those utility boxes inside and still fit in hook packs or other items. When you need some tackle, it's handy and you don't have to lug your whole fishing tackle bag or tackle box around the lake with you.