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Hey all, I was wondering I anybody could recommend gear to stock a Plano six-tray tackle box. Man, those things are huge! I already have some stuff in there, like:

  • Catfish hooks and bottom rigs and floats
  • 4 and 10 inch Powerbait Worms, Creme pre-rigged worms, Zoom lizards, Zoom Craws, and Powerbait Rib Snakes
  • Livetarget and SPRO Frogs
  • Livetarget mice
  • Storm Arashi squarebills, Livetarget squarebills, Bass Pro Shops squarebills, 
  • Chatterbaits, bitsy bugs, A.T. Tackle jigs, 4x4 T-Roy swim jigs, 
  • Heddon torpedos, Rebel Pop-rs, Spooks, Lucky Craft Sammys, Livetarget poppers
  • Bass Pro Shops panfish baits and beetle spins
  • Worm hooks and weights and other carolina rig gear
  • Storm swimbaits
  • Spare trebles.split rings
  • Fish grip, pliers, knife, hemos
  • Booyah Pond Magic spinnerbaits, Cavitron buzzbaits
  • Panfish flies
  • Spare line for my panfish rod, medium rod, and froggin' rod

So, I was wondering if you guys could suggest some other baits and terminal and stuff to throw in there. I have the opportunity to fish for bass, panfish, catfish, and pickerel every day. I also get the chance to fish for snakehead, trout, stripers, and the occasional smallie/walleye whenever I go up to Maryland. Please don't just say to stock it with only one bait. Thanks!

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Your frogging' rod could probably handle some deeper diving crankbaits. Looks like you have the bases pretty well covered, otherwise.

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you forgot 5" senko for largemouth, smallies, walleye and pickerel

you forgot a pencil popper for stripers/bluefish (unless you aren't talking about saltwater)

a spoon would be a great choice that would catch everything.

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Panfish hooks, split-shot, smaller balsa floats, you have quite a bit to keep you busy learning for awhile, lol..maybe a few steel leaders, can you fit a minnow bucket in that thing?!!

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I would add some ringworms - Particularly Chartruese Pepper, Purple/white, and Black/Gold (if you can find it)

 

Maybe some hair jigs to go along with them. 

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You missed the universal lure: rooster tails

I have caught everything bass, stripers, pike, panfish, trout on them.

Get a 1/4 and a 1/12 size and you should be covered.

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Panfish hooks, split-shot, smaller balsa floats, you have quite a bit to keep you busy learning for awhile, lol..maybe a few steel leaders, can you fit a minnow bucket in that thing?!!

i can fit containers for bait. maybe not minnows, but definitely crickets, nightcrawlers, etc

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Some Senkos, Jerkbaits, and Rage Bugs and Rage Craws. and by the way loose the crème pre-rigged worms and save some space. they have no action anyways.

 

Good Luck!!!

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Some Senkos, Jerkbaits, and Rage Bugs and Rage Craws. and by the way loose the crème pre-rigged worms and save some space. they have no action anyways.

 

Good Luck!!!

Actually, one of my PB's was recently caught on a creme worm

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Get some 3" gulp minnows, some jigheads, some drop shot hooks/weights, and call it a day! .

 

Seriously, if you want to do some multispecies fishing, gulp minnows will get the job done.

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Actually, one of my PB's was recently caught on a creme worm

Was this in a farm pond? Because in those ponds the bass will take anything that moves.

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flutterspoons for everything

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With the exception of a roostertail, bucktail and a spoon you're pretty well covered already.

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Was this in a farm pond? Because in those ponds the bass will take anything that moves.

Nope, a bigger lake

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Anybody have anything else? Other than spoons, which I will probably be getting, due to all the replies.

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