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Tackle storage system question... #10096275 06/27/14 08:01 PM
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I am looking at installing a tackle storage system in my boat in an effort to clean it up make a little room, but mainly to find specific baits/worms quicker, less searching more fishin. I have kicked around a couple ideas but really don't want to drill holes in the lids. The EZ View seems to be a decent system and what I am leaning toward. What are some others or creative systems you gents have come up with. Oh, I am in a SX190 Skeeter DC.


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Re: Tackle storage system question... [Re: 'Ole Man] #10096323 06/27/14 08:23 PM
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http://www.easyviewtackle.com/index.html

this one looks to be a good system...


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Re: Tackle storage system question... [Re: 'Ole Man] #10096567 06/27/14 09:47 PM
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I've had the easy view system for a few years. Not a big fan.

The strips of clips seem to just be resold Frito/Chip bag clips. They are not real strong for heavy bags of plastics and fail. The clips soon flex and lose their bite. And they rust. The rod locker spring lifters on my Z Ranger which has no lid lift rings could never pop a tackle loaded lid open enough to easily grab and open.

I can only use the little tackle clips now by putting a key ring in each bag and hanging the ring on every 4th or so chip bag clip.


Re: Tackle storage system question... [Re: 'Ole Man] #10096636 06/27/14 10:15 PM
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Held on with 3M outdoor double sided tape. I did put in a couple of 1/2" screws for a little insurance. Baits are hanging using shower hooks.


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Eddie I like this, what is the metal piece that the shower curtain hooks are attached to?


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Re: Tackle storage system question... [Re: Smurfs] #10096682 06/27/14 10:37 PM
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Originally Posted By: Smurfs
Eddie I like this, what is the metal piece that the shower curtain hooks are attached to?

Its just a piece of 1" angle with the holes already in it I picked up at either Lowes or Home Depot.

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Looks great Eddie.


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I love my backpack and fanny pack systems. I never have to leave the front deck to look for anything. I load it before the trips depending on the lake and I am good for the day or week. These packs sell at BPS and Cabelas starting at $70 to $170. Mine is $60 shipped for the large back and $45 for the small pack.







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Thanks Eddie, great idea and it does look great!


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Thanks all. Was view doesn't look so good now


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