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#11607149 - 05/16/16 09:41 PM Garage gear storage
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Getting ready to build a big workbench and cabinets in the garage. I'm trying to get some ideas on fishing gear storage.

Let's see some garage setups!
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#11607171 - 05/16/16 09:49 PM Re: Garage gear storage [Re: BigBassB]
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Use peg board

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#11607187 - 05/16/16 10:00 PM Re: Garage gear storage [Re: chickenfried76]
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Originally Posted By: chickenfried76
Use peg board
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#11607443 - 05/17/16 06:42 AM Re: Garage gear storage [Re: BigBassB]
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Planning on building cabinets with doors. Was hoping to see some pictures of how everyone has their gear stored
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#11607465 - 05/17/16 07:02 AM Re: Garage gear storage [Re: BigBassB]
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I have steel shelves on the back wall that my outboard tucks in between for tackle boxes, fluids, etc. Electric outlet on wall to plug charger into.


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#11607482 - 05/17/16 07:14 AM Re: Garage gear storage [Re: Gamblinman]
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Originally Posted By: Gamblinman


I have steel shelves on the back wall that my outboard tucks in between for tackle boxes, fluids, etc. Electric outlet on wall to plug charger into.


Gman


I can only dream of a garage that clean. My wife has too much furniture from when we were divorced. When we got back together.....I remarried her new furniture and ecessive school supplies.

I simply have rod holders for 60 rods and a table to work on. The rest is in my travel tubs. I keep em there so when I hit the road, it's an easy load into the truck.
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#11607802 - 05/17/16 09:36 AM Re: Garage gear storage [Re: BigBassB]
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Get some peg board! You can get the little peg board hooks 50bucks for 100ct. My garge looks like academy...
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#11607809 - 05/17/16 09:38 AM Re: Garage gear storage [Re: SteezMacQueen]
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Originally Posted By: Gamblinman


I have steel shelves on the back wall that my outboard tucks in between for tackle boxes, fluids, etc. Electric outlet on wall to plug charger into.


Gman


I can only dream of a garage that clean. My wife has too much furniture from when we were divorced. When we got back together.....I remarried her new furniture and ecessive school supplies.

I simply have rod holders for 60 rods and a table to work on. The rest is in my travel tubs. I keep em there so when I hit the road, it's an easy load into the truck.



retreads wear uneven FYI
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#11608055 - 05/17/16 11:22 AM Re: Garage gear storage [Re: BigBassB]
propman Offline
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I don't have the wall space for a large pegboard so I store Plano boxes in an old wide style file cabinet and on a top shelf I keep plastics in clear shoe storage boxes.

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#11608104 - 05/17/16 11:42 AM Re: Garage gear storage [Re: propman]
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I used to keep all me over flow baits in a heavy black trash bag under the front deck...got invited on a weekend fish trip, and I pulled the bag out to get a few things.while I was gone the wife but the house hold trash in my boat so the dogs wouldn't tear into it. Following Monday I haul the trash off and throw away all me tackle...didn't even know it till later...moral... however you organize your tackle. Don't put it in trash bags.the end
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#11608106 - 05/17/16 11:44 AM Re: Garage gear storage [Re: BigBassB]
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I can't do that, my wife would wig out if she knew how much stuff I have. She would go buy a bunch of furniture she didnt like just to get even. !!!
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#11608425 - 05/17/16 02:02 PM Re: Garage gear storage [Re: BigBassB]
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Loc: The Colony, TX
+1 on the peg boards and organizers

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#11608528 - 05/17/16 02:45 PM Re: Garage gear storage [Re: BigBassB]
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You always have a few things that need to be stored in cabinets. I have found that all the rest needs to be quickly accessed. This is not exactly how my shop is done but here are my suggestions:
- build two rows of lower cabinets with doors having your work bench counter top for all the items you will be working on. I put everything I can in the clear storage boxes in those under cabinets. You can never have enough counter space.
- Put a high wide shelf near the ceiling that that you can store the items that are hardly ever used. I put all these things that are small enough in the clear plastic tubs with lids. I can look up there and see basically what is inside and get the ladder to get one down when needed.
- Several racks built to hold the Plano boxes looks really impressive in each corner of your work bench area sitting on top.
- Pegboard the whole shop area even if you are going to put floor cabinets over some of it. If you decide to rearrange then it want be a problem.
- All space between the counter top and upper shelf can be used to hand packages of plastics and etc..
- Air-conditioning is a must have in order to stay out there to work. Make those arrangements from the beginning.

It is still cluttered when I unload the boat for any reason.






Edited by Donald Harper (05/17/16 02:49 PM)
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