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Tackle storage #6982333 12/28/11 03:16 AM
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How do y'all pack, tons of stuff or the bare minimum. I've figured I can carry one of those clear Plano trays with enough hooks: circle, and worm, weights, a few spinner baits and some rattle traps. The worms are the only things that cause problems. I use a small binder for them but it's a pita to pull out from under the seat. Guess I could just carry a few less bags.



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Re: Tackle storage [Re: Nocona Brian] #6982380 12/28/11 03:27 AM
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After a lot of trial and error, I went to the thin Plano box's and have a box for each rod setup.

This will have the bait and rigging for each, just pull out the box that goes with the rod that I am using.

Works pretty good and is easy to keep up with stuff.

But still trying to figure out the perfect setup, good post, be interested to see what everyone is using.



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Re: Tackle storage [Re: Nocona Brian] #6983175 12/28/11 01:41 PM
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Bare minimum for me. I keep it as simple as possible.


Re: Tackle storage [Re: Nocona Brian] #6983239 12/28/11 02:04 PM
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I used two waterproof tray style boxes for my my hard lures. One has the larger baits and one has the smaller ones. Then I have a smaller waterproof tray style box for my hooks, weights, jigs, etc. Then I have a zip lock bag full of soft plastics. And thats about it. I keep everything under the center hatch so its easily accessible while Im out on the water.


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2-4 rods rigged & 2 loose tackle trays. maybe a few packages of assorted soft plastics in my PFD or loose in the yak. no need to take it all is my mind. one day i admitted that i had a 1/2 ton of tackle that I'd never use & honestly didn't work for me at least on what i was targeting. Finally decided I'd learn to use some more versatile lures that caught fish & more importantly what worked well for me.






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Originally Posted By: fiSh ZoMbiE
2-4 rods rigged & 2 loose tackle trays. maybe a few packages of assorted soft plastics in my PFD or loose in the yak. no need to take it all is my mind. one day i admitted that i had a 1/2 ton of tackle that I'd never use & honestly didn't work for me at least on what i was targeting. Finally decided I'd learn to use some more versatile lures that caught fish & more importantly what worked well for me.




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Re: Tackle storage [Re: Nocona Brian] #6983608 12/28/11 03:37 PM
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I use a crate and it holds 5 regular size boxes and 2 smaller ones. I also have two bags to hold my plastics that I keep in the hull. I also carry 5 rods via two hobie rod holders. I take everything I have when bass fishing. Never know what there gonna want.


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I use the Falcon FTO 400 series system before Plano took over. Unfortunately it's been discontinued, but I managed to get a hold of extra boxes when I still could. For bass fishing I have 5 small tackle boxes that I carry a variety of lures, but in basic patterns. I'll adjust the some patterns depending on the year (ex craws for the spring). I use a spinnerbait wallet too. Sand bass, crappie, and stripers each have one box specific to targeting them.

For the coast I have 2 medium boxes that'll catch'em year round.



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For Bass fishing I try to take everything. I hate getting out there and wanting to use something that I didnt bring. I use 4 clear plano trays for hard lures. Also, Plano makes a decent bag that zips closed and has a carrying handle on it that has 3 ring zip lock bags inside it. Each has about 12 bags in it and I like them bc you can take a sharpy and lable each bag.


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