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sebastian restrepo
(srestrepo) - F

Locale: Western Mass
organizing tackle on 05/20/2013 15:28:29 MDT Print View

Anyone have any idea about how to best organize their tackle? i really like all the lures and variety of that i own. i'm ready to pare down the list of crank baits, stick baits, minnow baits, plastic worms etc. however i was wondering if some of you guys out there love largemouth bass fishing and have any suggestions on how best to carry your tackle. i know it'll be heavy, i'm sure. and i dont have the means to get a tenkara rod or flies. just wondering if someone is working with rapala lures and the like.

Ben H.
(bzhayes) - F

Locale: So. California
Re: organizing tackle on 05/23/2013 10:07:14 MDT Print View

Just get a small little divided container. The key is not to take everything. Pick out the most important stuff and leave the rest behind. At the end of your trip evaluate what you didn't use and what you really would have used and swap items out. I think I have a small divided box from deal extreme. Something like this:

John Reichle
(mammoman) - M

Locale: NE AL
Organization on 05/26/2013 12:21:25 MDT Print View

Cabela's has a nice lumbar pack that holds a pair of 3600's, and has multiple pockets. I use this for river trips that last 3-4 days. It's more than capable of holding supplies for a short trip if you pare things down and are organized.