The illustration shows a very simple and inexpensive device for the angler to string and carry fish. It is made of a pail handle through which is passed a piece of soft wire, having sufficient length for bends or loops at each end, and a piece of chain. A chain 18 in. long is sufficient. One end of the chain is fastened in the loop at one end of the handle, and the other has a piece of wire attached for pushing through the gills of the fish. The other end of the wire through the handle is arranged in a hook to catch into the links of the chain. - Contributed by G. O. Reed, Stratford, Canada.

Inexpensive Stringer Made of a Pail Handle and Small Chain

Ill: Inexpensive Stringer Made of a Pail Handle and Small Chain