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How do yall organize your soft plastics in your boat? #10653652 02/27/15 10:15 PM
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Just curious how yall organize your soft plastics in your boats. I have mine in ziplock freezer bags labeled according to the baits and I keep them in a duffle bag. I'm just looking for ideas to perhaps make it a little neater. Thanks!

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Re: How do yall organize your soft plastics in your boat? [Re: CB2011] #10653686 02/27/15 10:26 PM
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I am re-doing my boat --- dealing with less storage than I had in my last boat.

watching this one closely - I currently use zip locks as well. Wondering what soft tackle racks work best - also wondering the same thing about jigs - cranks and so on! I want to be hyper-organized!


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Re: How do yall organize your soft plastics in your boat? [Re: CB2011] #10653690 02/27/15 10:27 PM
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I keep mine in ziplocs and in shoe box size plastic boxes and for my go to's I hang them on the Cooks System. You Tube is a good place to get ideas on this too.

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Re: How do yall organize your soft plastics in your boat? [Re: CB2011] #10653728 02/27/15 10:33 PM
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I go to the container store and spend 25 bucks on 13 tupperwear style boxes and have them labeled trick worm, beavers, brushhog, rattlesnake/senko, etc. But I keep the worms in their separate bags inside the boxes!


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Re: How do yall organize your soft plastics in your boat? [Re: CB2011] #10653752 02/27/15 10:38 PM
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I put mine in Plano boxes.




Re: How do yall organize your soft plastics in your boat? [Re: CB2011] #10653764 02/27/15 10:41 PM
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My last boat I put potato chip clips in there ever time we had ruff weather they would all be in the floor. Tear the bags up also. Now I use the ziplock method, the stuff I plan on starting out with I put in glove box & pocket.

Re: How do yall organize your soft plastics in your boat? [Re: CB2011] #10653790 02/27/15 10:51 PM
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I load my back back with the baits and all the thing I will need for the day; attach it to the front pole so there is no getting up and down. I restock it for the next day if needed. I would say no more than a doz. packages of my go to baits.
- 7" power worms
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- Beavers
- Brush Hogs large/small
- Flukes
- capt grumpy Cat Tails
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- Trick worms
- Stanley Pro Trailers for spinner baits


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Re: How do yall organize your soft plastics in your boat? [Re: CB2011] #10653891 02/27/15 11:31 PM
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Gallon ziplock bags, senko/trick worms, 7 in worms, 10 in worms, flukes, lizards, brush hogs.... Saves a lot of space. Keep reserve at the house


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I rotate plano 3700 boxes depending on season


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Originally Posted By: jfdawson
I rotate plano 3700 boxes depending on season





Could you come over and arrange my baits like that ? thumb


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I use a Plano tackle box for my biffle bugs and then I use big gallon ziplock bags for everything's else. Here are the ziplocs I have:

Brush hogs
Baby brush hogs
Jig trailers
Worms
Ring fry/French fry
Flukes/Senkos
Swimbaits

I can't think of anymore but I'm sure I'm forgetting something



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Originally Posted By: jfdawson
I rotate plano 3700 boxes depending on season





flehan...... wow


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I have straight tail worms,baby brush hogs, speed vibe craws, and power baits in plano boxes. For all my other soft plastics I use the package they come in (since most are zip lock packages now) and put them in a soft side tackle bag.

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Academy sell small tackle bags, I believe Berkley makes them. They're about 9x6x5. Good size and they stack nicely.


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Here is what I use. This is best box I've found for organizing soft plastics. The bags fit perfectly and the lids hinge so you don't have to worry about losing them. They hold a ton of baits and I carry six or seven in the boat and more in the garage.



They sell them at APT.



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