With the simple device illustrated, no fisherman need worry over running short of bait or even regarding the usual repeated baiting of the hook. A small clear-glass bottle should be procured, and several hooks wired to it about the neck, or at each end, as desired or found best after several trials. After filling the bottle with water a live minnow is placed in it, and the bottle is sealed with a cork, which is notched around the edge to permit water to enter or leave the bottle without losing the bait. If live grasshoppers, or similar bait, is desired the cork can be used unnotched to form a watertight stopper. As illuminated bait for night fishing, several fireflies can be put in the bottle. - Contributed by L. Wah-rer, Tiffin, Ohio.

The Bait is Kept Alive and Unharmed in a Bottle Surrounded with Hooks

Ill: The Bait is Kept Alive and Unharmed in a Bottle Surrounded with Hooks