The tube I has only a few storage pouches and they are not very large, so I've been searching for a way to maximize what little storage my tube has, without having to leave any tackle behind.
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:I pick up some awesome plastic boxes from Bob Marriott's and use them for all my jigs and trout worms, I have quite the collection and prefer to carry as much of it as possible when I head out.
I also wear a fishing vest so a lot of the smaller stuff I can keep on me and out of the tube pockets.
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I carry 3 of these box with me when tubing and then I have a much smaller 2 sided box that I carry my bullet weights and beads. I also carry few bags of different baits and worm hooks and etc. I am not sure how big of storge you have but these are med. size boxes. I picked up my boxes from turners. Turners box was like $4 and the other pic is plano, much better of box but it cost alittle more. hope this helps you out.
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Man ive bought at least 6 different small tackle boxes in the last 3 weeks. I like using the double sided planos....and i also like havng the normal ones that have a bunch of slots....perfect for big hammers and stuff. The reason ive bought so many is because at first i bought them too big and they didnt fit in my tube pocket....the next ones i bought were too small. Last night at bass pro shops i was able to get a bunch of tackle containers and see if they fit in my tube because they had my model on display.....nothing fit. Looks like im sticking with the double sided planos.
Really wish they had a small container for spinnerbaits though....something that would hold maybe 5 spinnerbaits....just my go to ones.
I might go online and order some that perfectly fit the pockets of my tube....im looking for maximum storage for all my baits...but its gotta be organized or ill go insane.
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Nice. What size are the plastics in the top box?
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