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Bank Tacklebox Set Up ?


ChrisD46

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30 minutes ago, FishTax said:

I use a sling backpack fishing bag thing that holds 2 3600 boxes + a big pocket for plastics and 2 rods for bank fishing. For banks, I'm usually not fishing trebles because there is a lot of wood and dead grass mats pretty much everywhere I bank fish (ponds). I'm carrying a good assortment of plastics, a couple of frogs, and a variety of terminal tackle. I'm thinking of only fishing soft plastics for a month to reduce my tackle load and refine my fishing with those approaches. So many things you do with just plastics. TR, Wacky, Swimming worms, toads, craws, keitec, neds, etc. and many of those can be done weedless which is certainly my preference. 

I could follow this...provided I can count a spinnerbait as soft plastics. I have been working on refining my soft plastic fishing too actually. I am confident with, and decent with Texas Rigged worms and lizards, not so much with other varieties.

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On 9/18/2023 at 8:08 AM, ChrisD46 said:

If limited to bank fishing (assorted lake conditions) - what do you pack in your tacklebox to handle a wide variety of situations ? ... So far , I have :

  1. Ned Rig
  2. Senko (T-Rig , Wacky)
  3. Trick Worm (T-Rig , Wacky)
  4. Spinnerbait
  5. Vibrating Jig
  6. Arky Jig
  7. Football Jig
  8. Top Water Popper
  9. Walking Bait
  10. Lipless Crank Bait / Shallow Running Crank Bait


My kit is pretty similar to yours, the differences being:

 

1. Ned rig - I like a finesse shaky head instead.

 

2. Walking bait - The only topwater I carry is a popper

 

3.  I almost always have flukes with me if not already tied on one of my rods

 

 

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