Mine is almost a mirror image of yours. Depends how far I wonder away from the vehicle.Carry in pack or on belt when fishing. One to Three fly boxes, a knife, some TP, small first aid kit, a small bottle of insect spray, a wading staff, hemostats with built-in scissors, a garbage bag (can double as a poncho), headlamp, a small flask (for medicinal and spiritual purposes), a lifestraw water bottle so I don't carry water unless I am hiking away from the stream, snacks, an amaduo patch, tungsten putty, additional leaders (nylon/furled), indicators (4 plastic/some wool, nippers, floatant, camera/phone, Thermometer, tippet in 2X,4X,5X,6X plus an extra spool of 5X in the pack.
A lot of medics with outdoor training discourage the use of a snake bite kit - especially the cut and suck type. Turns out people usually do a lot of extra damage when the try to cut in non-sterile conditions, or they cut too deeply. Worse, the "sucker" swallows the poison.No snake bite kit?
I thought that's why runners started cutting the bottom of their t-shirts off - first necessity then fashion...Jeez, I need to up my game. All I carry is fishing stuff. From my long distance running days, I learned a sock works just fine.
Kidding aside, thanks to all for the great ideas.