It depends on where, when and how I outfit.
Since I have camping gear for all occasions, Solo, Family, Hammock and am well versed on weeklong hike in camp expeditions I have various tools for my needs.
I have a Sawvivor, folding saw, it folds down to the width of a bow-saw blade (basically becomes a rectangle with the blade stored inside. Weighs about 6oz.
I also have a hatchet, that stores a pruning saw inside the handle, axe handle is 20" and saw is 18.
So if I’m somewhere where they may be splitting requred, I’ll take the hatchet/saw combination if I’m just thinking of firewood no larger than 6" in diameter I’ll take the folding saw.
But it all really depends on the outing.
My boat will carry me plus 150Lbs of gear so if boat camping I may take both.
Usually I load the C-Tug in my Aft compartment, with various bits and bob’s tucked in. This take the most space but is there in the event of portages.
Midships will be food/cook gear/water processing. (I only carry 3l of water at launch. I process the rest as I go.) forward compartment will have my tent/ground mat/clothes.
Obviously if i have room other stuff can be sorted into other compartments.
My Cell and wallet, and spare Powerbank live in the cockpit with me, behind the seat in a dry box. My rain gear and Skirt are also tucked in there.
On the Deck Fore Spare paddle. Aft any other gear that can get wet or go in a drybag.