Matthew Davis, 37, was on parole after a long sentence for a firearms offense and injuries when police found the items as well as power tools stolen from his home, said Brooke Morrison, prosecutor.
They had been removed from the owner’s warehouse at his workplace during the holiday season.
The items were worth £ 2,100.
Davis was also given a suspended prison sentence handed down less than a month earlier for carrying a knife in public.
Davis, of Hallam Close, Filey, pleaded guilty to receiving stolen property and violating a suspended prison sentence and was jailed for four months, plus three months of the suspended sentence at York Crown Court.
The seven-month sentence began on the day it was imposed.
For him, Stephen Swan said he has been going straight for four years since his release from guns and the death penalty and has made dramatic changes in his life.
Davis called the manipulation offense his “biggest mistake” since being released from prison.
He was returned to prison in February following his arrest for an offense relating to fishing equipment.
He had been behind bars ever since.
Ms Morrison said the owner of the fishing rods and power tools checked her locker at her workplace in Filey on January 4.
He discovered it had been broken into during the holiday season. Police linked Davis to the address and his house was searched.
Davis was sentenced to eight months in prison with an 18-month suspended sentence on December 7 for carrying a Stanley knife in public.
He was on parole because in 2012 he was sentenced to an extended prison term.
He was jailed for seven and a half years, plus a three-year extension.