By now you've read all about paracord bracelets and their use as a survival tool. One commonly mentioned use is taking the paracord apart and using the 7 stands inside the sheath for fishing line. Recently, 2 bloggers reviewed our Cobrabraid Paracord Bracelets and used them while fishing but not the inner strands as fishing line. They had more practical uses for the paracord.
Christine was fishing in South Texas with her husband and brought her Cobrabraid Paracord Bracelet along.
"I wore the Cobrabraid Bracelet out fishing because I knew I would find a reason to use it. D and I fish side-by-side and he had both the net and live bait bucket attached to his wading belt. The rope he was using for the bait bucket was too long and getting a new shrimp involved me pulling in the bucket while D was trying to fish. Then when we would hook one, the rope that connected the net to D’s belt was too short! There was my chance to use my Cobrabraid Bracelet!"
She took a pair of pliers and unwound her paracord bracelet while wading in the water and fastened her paracord to her bait bucket. Read the full review on her blog, Feathers and Antlers.
Dustin from the IdahoBoneCollector.com was in a similar situation. He was out fishing and forgot his stringer line.
"Well I wanted to take home some fish to eat and reached into my tackle box for my stringer and there was no stringer. I decided that now was a better time than any to give the paracord a shot."
He took his Cobrabraid Bracelet apart and in no time he had a stringer to bring home dinner!
You can read the full review on the Idaho Bone Collector website.
Both Christine and Dustin used our regular paracord bracelets that start at just $9.99.