Fishpond Piopod (Pack It Out) Microtrash Container

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Fishpond Piopod (Pack It Out) Microtrash Container - Fishpond developed a revolutionary accessory to help everyone Pack It Out—to manage the microtrash generated while fishing. For responsible anglers it’s as essential as clippers and net. Patent Pending.


  • Rugged, durable, recyclable construction with unique elastomeric cap readily accepts paper and plastic wrappers, drowned cigarette butts, etc.

Lining and Layers:

  • Specially designed to facilitate containment of waste monofilament line and tippet, which can endure in the wild for hundreds of years


  • Clip to a loop or belt or attach to a D-ring or lanyard
  • Gobbles up paper, wrappers and tippet
  • Sold individually
  • Assorted colors
Leave only footprints. Made using recyclable materials, its unique elastomeric cap gobbles up paper, wrappers, butts, line and discarded tippet. Clip on a loop or belt, or attach it to a D-ring or lanyard.
Dimensions: 3-1/4"H x 2"D.
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Fishpond Piopod (Pack It Out) Microtrash Container Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Must have for every fisherman

I can't say enough good things about the Fishpond PIOPOD. It's small but probably not as small as you'd think if you've only seen photos of it. It's about the size of a large PLUM though the photos would suggest it's the size of a large grape. The PIOPOD has a clip on the back that will secure it to a webbing loop, MOLLE ladder, belt, or just about any piece of strapping like a backpack strap. It also comes with a removable zip-strip that can be used to attach it via the lanyard hole on the top of the pod. I opted to clip it to a webbing loop on my sling bag. The inner part of the cap has small "nubs" that will catch on fishing line or tippet when pushed through the opening.
CJOttawa at Cabelas on 11/19/2012

Great Product!!

This thing works great!! Not only for fishing, but also for hiking and in my car. I don't know what the guy below is talking about because I can get dozens of discarded items into it before I have to empty it. It's great for gum wrappers, tissues, baby wipes, straw wrappers, etc, etc. Keeps my car clean. Once trash passes through the removable rubber flange, it's in there for good and, unlike a lot of other waste receptacles, nothing will pop out because you don't have to open and close the container. If every fisherman carried one of these, our rivers would be a lot cleaner. Get it!
499ocsgrad at Cabelas on 09/05/2010

Nice container for on-stream trash

This container is good for al those bits of leader material, etc. I used to keep such material in the inside pocket of my waders. This solves this problem and keeps this material for proper disposal off-stream.
CC10 at Cabelas on 05/07/2013

Negative Reviews:

A good idea, just not very practical

I picked-up one of these a few weeks back as i like to smoke while I fish and the description said it would be good to use for trash, butts and waste nylon. Unfortunately, it turned out to be somewhat of a one-shot deal. I placed an energy bar wrapper in there and it took up all the space so I just put the wrapper in my pocket. I started using it to store butts and this was fine for a while. Unfortunately, unlike the camera film cases I used to use this has an open top and hangs on my vest. This means that all day I'd get whiffs of old tobacco butts like an old ash-trey, which wasn't too nice. Also using it to collect butts meant I couldn't use it to store tangled line as it became hard to poke it in once there were a few butts in there. All in all, nice idea, just too small and not designed very well.
AaronAK at Cabelas on 07/30/2010