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Wall tackle storage - peg board vs slat board? #14107498 08/25/21 12:55 PM
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Building a shop, planning on putting two 4x8 sheets of peg board or slat board on one side for tackle storage. Anyone used slat board rather than peg board? Like it better? Lets see some pictures of what yall are using.

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Re: Wall tackle storage - peg board vs slat board? [Re: Tyler822] #14107501 08/25/21 12:57 PM
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You DONT wanna see mine. I have folding tables full of 3700’s and zip lock bags. It’s a cluster.


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Re: Wall tackle storage - peg board vs slat board? [Re: Tyler822] #14107504 08/25/21 01:01 PM
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Re: Wall tackle storage - peg board vs slat board? [Re: Tyler822] #14107550 08/25/21 01:31 PM
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i've had both and in my new shop changed to https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B079K6N3RT/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 (rolling grid gondola)
you can put hangers on both sides and is on wheels so i can move it around. wall mounted just ate up a bunch of space. of course i have a lot of tackle....


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Re: Wall tackle storage - peg board vs slat board? [Re: Tyler822] #14107597 08/25/21 02:22 PM
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I used pegboard and it works well

Re: Wall tackle storage - peg board vs slat board? [Re: Tyler822] #14107999 08/25/21 08:01 PM
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Cheap piece of plywood and finishing nails works well.

Re: Wall tackle storage - peg board vs slat board? [Re: Tyler822] #14108005 08/25/21 08:07 PM
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I like this route. Grab the boxes you want instead of loading boxes w individual items every trip. Works well for me….


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Re: Wall tackle storage - peg board vs slat board? [Re: Tyler822] #14108009 08/25/21 08:09 PM
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Re: Wall tackle storage - peg board vs slat board? [Re: ToasterWEyes] #14108020 08/25/21 08:17 PM
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Originally Posted by ToasterWEyes
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I like this route. Grab the boxes you want instead of loading boxes w individual items every trip. Works well for me….


I tried that but I ended up with a bunch of rusty boxes and bloated soft plastics! I have a big batch of boxes that I keep in the boat but I keep a peg board in the garage with new stuff. I try to keep stuff in the package as long as I can. Usually inhibits rust the best I've found.


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Re: Wall tackle storage - peg board vs slat board? [Re: Tyler822] #14108121 08/25/21 09:25 PM
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I have pegs. You can get these 2’x2’ black squares at either Lowe’s or Home Depot. And they go together like a puzzle. So you can keep adding to it if you need too.

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Peg board here


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Re: Wall tackle storage - peg board vs slat board? [Re: Sinkey] #14108133 08/25/21 09:37 PM
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I have pegs. You can get these 2’x2’ black squares at either Lowe’s or Home Depot. And they go together like a puzzle. So you can keep adding to it if you need too.


Can we get a picture facing the baits ? I would like to see the spacing between the rows. smile

Re: Wall tackle storage - peg board vs slat board? [Re: Tyler822] #14108140 08/25/21 09:40 PM
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PVC Slatwall here.


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Re: Wall tackle storage - peg board vs slat board? [Re: Tyler822] #14108208 08/25/21 10:46 PM
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Peg board here and you will need more than 2 [Linked Image]
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Re: Wall tackle storage - peg board vs slat board? [Re: Tyler822] #14108263 08/25/21 11:14 PM
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