flashlight, pry bar, nails, screws, hammer, screwdriver. I like to also have with me #8 wire, steel wool, aluminum foil, tin snips, staple gun, plastic queen excluder. An old ice chest with a hinged lid is good to use for honey comb. A mechanic's stethoscope and a laser thermometer can be handy. Have fun.I have caught several swarms in the last couple of years, but I have never done a cut-out.
Any of you more experienced folks have a supply checklist that you use before heading out to do a cutout for someone?
Minor repairs of exterior woodwork; occasionally, a cutout turns into a trapout; occasionally, we leave a swarm trap on location; occasionally, we decide while we're out to check a nearby swarm trap or trapout or rehive a swarm. Don't need them too often, but they don't take up much space, and they are nice to have when you need them.What do you use the nails and screws for???:scratch: