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Terminal Tackle Storage #13843695 01/12/21 08:34 PM
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Anyone tried these out?

https://www.googleadservices.com/pa...uAhUST6wKHVbWDQwQ9aACegQIFRBY&adurl=

Or this one??

https://www.tacklewarehouse.com/Bass_Mafia_Terminal_Coffin/descpage-BMTC.html

My hooks and weights jump around in my regular clear box so wanting to clean that up a little and be more organized...

Thoughts? Worth $50 for a 3700 box?


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Re: Terminal Tackle Storage [Re: Bass Buster1] #13843723 01/12/21 08:52 PM
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Had a coffin and took it back - just not that anal.

Take some cupboard liner and glue it to your lid. It compresses so that you can still close it and gives you a tight seal between the lids and compartments. You can buy enough to do every box you have and then some for about 7 bucks at Walmart

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3700 Waterproof Stowaway

Been using these for a while now. Dividers stay in place and no issues with anything getting mixed up.

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Originally Posted by tmd11111
3700 Waterproof Stowaway

Been using these for a while now. Dividers stay in place and no issues with anything getting mixed up.


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Re: Terminal Tackle Storage [Re: tmd11111] #13843755 01/12/21 09:22 PM
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Originally Posted by tmd11111
3700 Waterproof Stowaway

Been using these for a while now. Dividers stay in place and no issues with anything getting mixed up.


Same here.

Keep it SIMPLE. Waterproof is the main thing as hooks will rust in a hurry.


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Re: Terminal Tackle Storage [Re: Bass Buster1] #13843788 01/12/21 09:35 PM
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Here is an option: Academy Terminal Box
I have used this for about a year now and like it. I can see the foam getting worn out after a couple of years, but its not soo incredibly expensive

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I've had boats for 30 years and have never had hooks and/or baits rust. What are you guys doing to get that much water in your boxes? Are you opening them up during a downpour? Storing your boat outside with no cover?? I'm baffled by this thread and others like it.


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I use smaller boxes and have techniques in each box.

3500 boxes and 3640-10 if you NEEDED waterproof.

I have 5 boxes



texas rig... hooks weights beads bobber stops etc

weighted swimbait hooks in another

shakey heads, swing heads, jig heads

c rig, flipping

wacky drop shot hooks and some misc tungsten drop shot weights (this one is even smaller than a 3500)


I do have a over flow type box with many more drop shot weights, terminal tackle like split rings, treble hooks, stick on lead, pieces of lead solder. etc.

I refill my small boxes from a BIG box where Im easily stocked up for years to come that I keep in my shop or rv.

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Re: Terminal Tackle Storage [Re: Bass Buster1] #13843828 01/12/21 09:55 PM
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No rust issues here, just my 3/0s trying to get with my 5/0s and 3/16 trying to pretend they are 1/4s etc... which I find highly inappropriate!


See you on the lake and have a great day!
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Originally Posted by fivebites
I've had boats for 30 years and have never had hooks and/or baits rust. What are you guys doing to get that much water in your boxes? Are you opening them up during a downpour? Storing your boat outside with no cover?? I'm baffled by this thread and others like it.


probably not letting them air dry before stowing


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Re: Terminal Tackle Storage [Re: tmd11111] #13843897 01/12/21 10:26 PM
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Originally Posted by tmd11111
3700 Waterproof Stowaway

Been using these for a while now. Dividers stay in place and no issues with anything getting mixed up.

Works great without breaking the bank. It’s all I use now.


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Originally Posted by Bass Buster1
No rust issues here, just my 3/0s trying to get with my 5/0s and 3/16 trying to pretend they are 1/4s etc... which I find highly inappropriate!


Lol!

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Academy sells one, its fantastic, swapped mine over last February. Its like the bass mafia terminal tackle box but bigger and cheaper.

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You do need to cut and glue some foam mesh in the lid to keep sinkers and small stuff from falling around inside when turning it upside down, I don't use the foam inserts they just take up space.

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Re: Terminal Tackle Storage [Re: mikey_ batts] #13843926 01/12/21 10:53 PM
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Originally Posted by mikey_ batts
Here is an option: Academy Terminal Box
I have used this for about a year now and like it. I can see the foam getting worn out after a couple of years, but its not soo incredibly expensive


Same, I have had this one for about a year now, for the money it is hard to beat.

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