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#12790712 - 06/13/18 01:42 PM Spinnerbait storage
forkduc Offline
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Registered: 03/28/07
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Loc: Plano,Texas
What are you using?

#12790778 - 06/13/18 02:37 PM Re: Spinnerbait storage [Re: forkduc]
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Loc: Justin, TX.
The Browning Spinnerbait binder is no longer made. They went to the plastic zipper across the top of the page and just would not hold up. They have been discontinued until the pages can be made with the older metal zipper that way used when they first came out.

The Browning Jumbo Worm Binder works just as well and replacement pages can be ordered to add more pages that the binder can easily hold. The main reason I use this system is my spinnerbaits all have living rubber skirts. I want those kept as air tight as possible with Baby Power applied to the skirts before storing them away each time. The binder also fits nicely in a flat position in the bottom compartment of my back pack which I only carry for day trips; leaving things that I don't need hanging on the walls of the shop.

Now for Silicon skirts the hanging system that comes within a Spinnerbait Box allows you to reach in and pick one very easily without flipping pages and zipping up the binder.
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#12790792 - 06/13/18 02:51 PM Re: Spinnerbait storage [Re: forkduc]
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I use a 1"X1"x18" piece of aluminum "L" channel. I drilled about 30 3/16" holes in it and mounded it to the bottom of the center storage box. I mounted it to the brace. I simply hang the baits by their hooks in colored order and grouped by blade type.
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#12790800 - 06/13/18 03:01 PM Re: Spinnerbait storage [Re: forkduc]
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Registered: 06/22/17
Posts: 174
Loc: Wise county

I do something similar to what steez had mentioned but I used lattice cap from Lowe’s it has held up for over a year and I don’t ever have trouble with them falling out

Edited by Ripinlip (06/13/18 03:05 PM)
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#12790817 - 06/13/18 03:13 PM Re: Spinnerbait storage [Re: forkduc]
Captain Chunk Offline

Registered: 05/14/09
Posts: 369
Loc: The Hilltop
Bass Mafia Blade box.

#12790858 - 06/13/18 03:42 PM Re: Spinnerbait storage [Re: Captain Chunk]
Txduckhunter Offline
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Registered: 02/19/02
Posts: 1918
Loc: Lake Fork
Originally Posted By: Captain Chunk
Bass Mafia Blade box.

I've stored them a million different ways and none of them seem to work long term. Currently using this ^^ but jury is still out on whether I like it or not. Great concept but doesn't fit into my storage box on the boat neatly..(odd shaped compared to my Plano boxes and is currently in another compartment)
I've most recently taken to just carrying a few baits and a box filled with skirts, blades and assorted parts. This way I can change a bait to what I want in a few minutes and don't have but a handful of actual spinnerbaits in the boat.

#12790924 - 06/13/18 04:30 PM Re: Spinnerbait storage [Re: Donald Harper]
forkduc Offline
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Registered: 03/28/07
Posts: 12043
Loc: Plano,Texas
This sounds good. I've tried the boxes and don't really like them. Only talking 10-12 baits. Thanks Sir.

#12790938 - 06/13/18 04:37 PM Re: Spinnerbait storage [Re: forkduc]
hurricanecraig Offline

Registered: 04/17/17
Posts: 90
Loc: Dallas, TX

#12791001 - 06/13/18 05:32 PM Re: Spinnerbait storage [Re: forkduc]
bigbass94 Offline
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Registered: 05/27/12
Posts: 4394
Loc: San Antonio, Texas
If you can a used one, the old Falcon FTO spinnerbait box is about as good as it gets. I've had mine for 10 years or so and it's still going strong.
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#12791252 - 06/13/18 09:21 PM Re: Spinnerbait storage [Re: forkduc]
Shallow Waters Offline
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#12791558 - 06/14/18 08:08 AM Re: Spinnerbait storage [Re: forkduc]
CBoone Offline
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Registered: 03/09/08
Posts: 2187
....stuck in the upper carpet in my starboard side rod box.

I may get the Cooks Go-To; looks easy enough

#12791603 - 06/14/18 08:37 AM Re: Spinnerbait storage [Re: forkduc]
96speed Offline
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Registered: 10/12/10
Posts: 1418
Loc: Houston, TX
Tried all kinds from spinnerbait boxes to ziplock bags. Still don't have the winning formula.
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#12792618 - 06/14/18 10:54 PM Re: Spinnerbait storage [Re: forkduc]
BigTxBassMan Offline

Registered: 05/12/09
Posts: 71
Loc: Livingston, Texas
I use several of the old Plano spinnerbait boxes similar to this one

Tackle Warehouse Plano Spinnerbait Box

I keep them separated by size


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