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    Default Organization Products for Artificial Bait

    I know this seems simple, but what are some tips for storing a large amount of plastic lures for crappie? I have accumulated quite the collection over the last couple years and trying to come up with a better storage solution than have 20-30 bags in a tackle box. Pictures would be appreciated as well. Thanks

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    Are you wanting to keep them in the original packaging? If not, a deep Plano 36 or 3700 series, with dividers works for me.
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    Great question that I'm not sure there is an answer for. I like to keep mine in the original packages, but I'm tired of having 30 packs of jig bodies laying in the bottom of my tackle bag, underneath the boxes that I originally got to put them in. Packages of Bobby Garland baby shad baits don't fit well in a Plano Stowaway boxes, or at least the ones that I have. I'm seriously thinking about keeping the tackle bag with one box for jigheads and one box for minnow rigging then putting the bags of bodies in gallon ziplock bags. One bag for clear water colors, one for muddy, etc...

    If you come up with a good idea, let us all know.
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    This ^

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    I throw mine in a Rubbermaid container and stick them in storage in the boat.

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    I have alot of plastics and I keep them in Plano containers. I label each one so that I can find what I am looking for. When I hit the lake I pull what I need. I store all of my tackle like this.

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    I use the worm tackle bags. Work like a champ!
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    I use the worm notebooks for all my bags of plastics and try to sort by color.
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    What I use is the shower curtain hangers and pass it through the hole in the original packages " monkey milk, opening night etc." on one hook and " electric chicken, cajun cricket" on another. All of this gets stowed in a tupperware bread box along my phone and wallet, I call it my $10 tackle box. You know when you walk through W M or your favorite tackle store and you find a color you dont have just pitch it in there. I know have two and working on my third.
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Size:  78.1 KB I store mine in these plastic container ad a little oil every now and then. Seems to work for me. When not in use put in tackle bag so the sun donít fade them.


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