Wallet Size Fisherman's Survival Card – Readyman

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Fisherman's Survival Card
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$ 12.99


The ReadyMan Fisherman's Survival Card was created with catching fish for survival (or fun) as it's sole focus.  The Fisherman's Card is made out of .65 millimeter stainless steel which makes the hooks slightly stronger than on the ReadyMan Wilderness Survival Card. The ReadyMan Fishermans Survival card includes 22 different tools to include:

  • 9 Single Hooks (Small Medium and Large)
  • 3 Double Hooks (Small Medium and Large)
  • 1 Treble Hook
  • 1 Quad Hook
  • 5 different Lures
  • Fish Scaler
  • Saw

All ReadyMan Survival Cards they are 100% Made in the U.S.A!


  • 100 % American Made
  • 301 Stainless Steel
  • Credit Card Size (3 1/2" W x 2" H)
  • 10 grams (.03 oz)

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Roger R.
United States United States
Hope I never have to use these

I have not used the Fisherman’s Survival Card but they seem well made and are handy for EDC, as are all Readyman survival cards. They would do in a pinch and be sure not to forget to bring your fishing line!

Patrick D.
Canada Canada
Great product

Looks great, can't wait to try it.

Sydney M.
United States United States
Eating is surviving

With the fisherman's survival card my chance to feed myself in a bad situation just went up 100%. I may not be able to catch a record fish but at least I will be able to feed myself. I love the fact that I will be able to make lures with a flasher on them.

United States United States
Great product

Have not used it yet. It is for my big out bag but overall is a very sturdy card

Brian K.
United States United States
Caught fish!

I went to a local mountain stream where I am always able to catch fish easily just to try this card out. I fastened line to the smaller lure and wanted to see if I could catch one with a straight unbent blade. It took a few throws, but I caught one. I then bent the blade like a normal spoon and the action netted me several more fish. I think I’ll bring a video camera along next time. This was just hand lining it-no pole!