Looks like a good arsenal. I would add more jointed rattle raps and a couple steel or heavier leader line for Pike. After you lose a couple rigs from bite off you might want them..otherwise I usually skip leaders because I am usually targeting walleye. I envy your question and that picture.
Maybe those are leaders in the bag..or lindy rigs..can't tell.
my tackle box is not complete without a Shad Rap #7 "perch". I always bring SR5 and SR7 in perch, and my next trip will also include an SR9. The 7's caught the larger sized northern and walleye, while the 5's caught the opposite, as well as hoards of big perch. Go figure.
It may be a little hard on the fish, but I really like the spring loaded jaw spreaders for pike. I've had one two many hooks past the barb in my fingers to risk it any more. The jaw spreaders seem to immobilize the fish, and give me easy access to the hook. It comes in particularly handy when they've swallowed the hook pretty deep. I think it allows for quicker removal, and gets them back in the water faster, even if it does poke a little hole in the roof or bottom of their mouth. They are light weight and don't take up a ton of space.
quote smalltown: "this is what i bring on day trip( i target walleyes and Bass) " Nice assortment, I would add a blue and silver and firetiger rattlin rapala, a black spinnerbait with gold blades, and a black four inch powerworm, other than those your good.
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quote CapitalCity: "quote arctic: "Don't forget the drift sock or net anchor."
I am not a fan of the net anchor. Too noisy in the boat, too much BS to deal with on the deck of boat. I would much rather have a small drift sock. Thats my take on it. "
I hear ya, but sometimes it's so windy that even a drift sock won't slow you down enough for effective fishing, especially when the fish are deeper. Net anchors are a pain-in-the ass, though, especially if you need a HEAVY rock!