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Organizing Lures still in the package

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Hello,

 

I was wondering how everyone organizes their non-opened lures or new lures still in the package? Without getting them misshaped or rusted?

 

Thanks

Martin

 

Lures I need to find a way to organize...

 

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I open them and throw away the packaging as soon as I get them home. I then store them in Plano utility boxes. 

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I store them on peg board hooks.  Once I'm ready to take them out to the water, the packaging comes off and they go in my box.  

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Plastics go into shoe-box sized plastic tubs sorted by type.  Hard baits go into cardboard boxes placed in large rubbermaid bins very roughly sorted by type. 

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Plastics go in old tackle boxes based on what type of plastic it is. Senkos in one box creatures in another like that. I open the hard baits as soon as I get them home. 

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66 quart tubs with other like baits where they set forever because I do not have enough time to fish them but keep buying them.

 

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I keep them semi-organized on pegboards in my shop. 

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several totes like this with grocery bags inside organized by type: stick baits, flukes, craws, creatures, etc...

For hard baits, a huge cardboard box with grocery bags inside organized by type: spinnerbaits, shallow cranks, mid cranks, deep cranks, jerkbaits, jigs, etc. 

Then a few smaller cardboard box for terminal tackle like weights, hooks, jig heads, misc., etc. 

I don’t have a problem with bent baits. But then again haven’t gotten to the bottom of the tote lol. Seems like I never will. The pile only gets bigger!  I do rummage through occasionally and haven’t noticed anything too bad 

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Thanks for all the replies and help!

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I've seen display stands sitting out behind stores in strip malls many times. I assume they're trash and are free for the taking. Or you might ask someone in a store if they have any old display stands you could have.

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7 hours ago, Bluebasser86 said:

I keep them semi-organized on pegboards in my shop. 

Me, too!

 

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Yeah, I don’t have that problem yet. Can’t wait till I do though lol. 

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On 3/25/2019 at 8:43 AM, Scott F said:

I open them and throw away the packaging as soon as I get them home. I then store them in Plano utility boxes. 

This is what I do too. Open them, change out the hooks and split rings and organize them in plano boxes.

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Pegboard hooks. Easy to see and grab when restocking. 

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Store them in Ziploc gallon freezer bags by brand or type, then store those in the large 66 qt Sterlites.

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