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52 minutes ago, NittyGrittyBoy said:

@Tyler. When I walk creeks in the summer I tote a backpack full of trays just like that. 

 

I use to hate setting my tackle box down, walk off fishing and have to keep walking back to get it haha

Ya the only thing that sucks is it’s disorganized. I got several size so I know what is what. Other than that it wouldn’t be bad. 

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20 hours ago, Tyler. said:

I may just use this. $10 at Walmart. Numerous size utility boxes and ziplock baggie full of soft plastics. I just need something that I can put all my stuff in. When I go fishing I never know what we may be going for. 

 

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X2 when I'm not on boat a backpack is great I can put as little or way too much in it🤣

 

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check this out.... I may go with this.

 

 

5 hours ago, Tyler. said:

Watched review on this. This may be where I go. Got big pocket on top for small plastics or smaller utility boxes. I like the designated spot for pliers. Has a rod holder for those rods that can break down. 

 

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I'll never own another one that you can pick up from the top while it's unlatched and dump the top of the tackle box all over the place. I can't tell you how many times I did that as a kid. Enough times that I put everything valuable in the lower trays.

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I have at least 20 Plano 3700 tackle boxes filled with lures and other tackle that I store in my house. When I go fishing I use a backpack to store 1-2 Plano 3700 boxes with the lures I need for that day. So far it has worked great for me.

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This ~ 

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Goes in here ~ 

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:smiley:

A-Jay

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Gah - I could MAYBE fill 4-3700's...if I put my wrapped bags of worms/grubs/etc in long slots.

 

As long as I've been fishing (50+ years) I still can't wrap my head around having so much tackle - I'd go into a panic attack trying to decide what to use next.

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My tackle box is a portable file carrier from Staples which holds 6 Plano 3700s. To its right is a utility carrier which stores the tools you see on the middle seat of the 14' rental boat I fish from as well as small Plano boxes of hooks, weights and etc. The dry bag in the stern holds 3 Plano 3600s. extra clothes and, of course, a thermos of coffee.

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3 hours ago, A-Jay said:

This ~ 

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Goes in here ~ 

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:smiley:

A-Jay

Jealous lol

2 hours ago, RetiredGuy said:

Okay, here's a shot of my Bass (Rainbow, Walleye) box - this is it...this is all the tackle I own.

The 3600 box has my short worms. Two stacked 3455 boxes have my jig heads, weights and hooks.

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I hear ya I really do. I just like watching shows and buying the baits to see if they work. 

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14 hours ago, Will Wetline said:

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My tackle box is a portable file carrier from Staples which holds 6 Plano 3700s. To its right is a utility carrier which stores the tools you see on the middle seat of the 14' rental boat I fish from as well as small Plano boxes of hooks, weights and etc. The dry bag in the stern holds 3 Plano 3600s. extra clothes and, of course, a thermos of coffee.

Will,

 

The pic of your setup takes me back 40 years to my Dad's backwater honey hole. I'm sitting on the bench seat casting a weedless, hand poured, flat tail worm with a Zebco 33 while Dad is wearing them out with his various Abu 5500C's and 5000A's. Thanks for the refreshed memories. 

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On 12/3/2018 at 1:41 PM, Darren. said:

I've been all over the map in terms of this topic. Backpacks, worm bags,

"regular" tackle boxes, utility boxes, and so forth. I currently use a Plano

Guide Series box for freshwater, something similar for salt.

 

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That said, I am ALWAYS looking for more efficient methods. I *almost*

went with what @Catt and @J Francho like. That may be on my radar

in 2019 to try out. I really like BPS's utility boxes for senko and other

soft plastic storage....

I like mine a lot.  This is my "carry all" box where I have a bit of everything and it does a good job holding spinnerbaits and buzzbaits (in the bottom).  I got mine used so it's missing some of the smaller boxes in the bottom but I use that space to hold my gulp containers and some bags of plastic. The only "issue" I've had with it is if you aren't careful to make sure it's latched and you pick it up by the handle, it will dump your baits EVERYWHERE.  But a lot of boxes have that issue. 

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27 minutes ago, Ratherbfishing said:

I like mine a lot.  This is my "carry all" box where I have a bit of everything and it does a good job holding spinnerbaits and buzzbaits (in the bottom).  I got mine used so it's missing some of the smaller boxes in the bottom but I use that space to hold my gulp containers and some bags of plastic. The only "issue" I've had with it is if you aren't careful to make sure it's latched and you pick it up by the handle, it will dump your baits EVERYWHERE.  But a lot of boxes have that issue. 

Yup. You got that right. I've had that happen a few times, so I 

got VERY observant and always leave at least one top latch shut

when I'm out on the water...bottom is closed most of the time.

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17 hours ago, Tyler. said:

check this out.... I may go with this.

 

 

 

 

Nice looking backpack.

 

https://www.kastking.com/kastking-pond-hopper-fishing-sling-tackle-storage-bag_p0251.html

 

I may eventually get one of the Kastking pond hopper sling backpacks. They look like they really put some thought into these packs as far as storage and access to tools. Sold out on Amazon but it looks to still be available from the Kastking website. 

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