Hooks that are attached to gut or short strings are difficult to carry and to keep in good shape for use on a line. I made a carrier that overcame this trouble, from a block of wood. The block is 1/2 in. in thickness with brads driven into one end, for engaging the loops on the gut or string, while the hook is caught on the opposite end, the block being just long enough for the short line. The hooks will be held securely, and the block can be carried in the pocket. - Contributed by Victor E. Carpenter, South Bend, Ind.

The String is Drawn Taut over the Block, and the Hooks are Caught in the Block End

Ill: The String is Drawn Taut over the Block, and the Hooks are Caught in the Block End