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    I fish from my yak so space is limited. I don't have room for those tubs in the previous posts. I've tried keeping them in the original bags, regular planos, waterproof planos, etc but never found a great solution until this spring. I picked up one of these from Cabelas on sale:

    https://www.cabelas.com/product/CABE...CK/2432339.uts



    If you have a vacuum sealer you can take each one of those bags and vacuum seal the middle of it to essentially put two types/colors of bait in each bag (don't vacuum seal the closing part of the bag obviously). This doubles the baits you can put in. Additionally you can then purchase one of these:

    https://www.cabelas.com/product/CABE...2.uts?slotId=0



    It fits perfectly in the inside zipper pocket and nicely organizes my jig hooks. And lastly, if you need additional bags (Cabelas discontinued selling the inserts for whatever reason?) for spares or just to fit more in the binder, these fit perfectly:

    https://www.basspro.com/shop/en/bass...lacement-pages



    I believe you want the ones that fit the 8x10 binder. And there you go! The binder is slightly thicker than a 3600 plano box (depending on how many extra bags you add) but about the same dimensions length and width. It fits perfectly on the side of my kayak seat. On the other side I have a Plano 3640 waterproof with floats, weights, terminal extra, etc. If you'd like I can try and get pictures later. It really is a clean, neat setup.






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    Quote Originally Posted by footballcoach View Post
    for where your fishing, you can put the colors you need in your shirt pocket
    LOL. True enough BUT bags of crappie jigs are sort of like guns. I always just need one more.

    Also, I can tell after looking at the pictures in this thread that some of you would surely pass out if you opened my tackle bag. It looks like Bobby Garland and Southern Pro trucks had a wreck in the bottom of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ET Fish View Post
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    This works for me. It helps to not have them quite this full!


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    Exactly what I do.

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    I like this! 👍
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    A few drops or 2 of mineral oil will do the trick, no smell or taste, but keeps the plastics like new in a storage container!

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    I used the binder type when I was kayak fishing
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle

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    I use a bag just like this from BPS. But where did you get they jig head holder ? I would like to try one of those. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curlytail View Post
    But where did you get they jig head holder ?
    It's a fly box. You can get them anywhere: Bass Pro, Cabela's, Amazon, Ebay or any fly shop.

    https://www.amazon.com/Guide-Tools-P...ishing&sr=1-20



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    Lol ! Never fly fished a day in my life wouldn't know how or anything about the eq. Thanks for info.

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