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    I'm looking for some sort of a system to get my tackle organized. I have everything in one of those big plastic bins right now. It's about 24" x 16" and it's overflowing. I like all kinds of fishing -- inshore, offshore trolling for kings, bottom fishing. My regular tackle box can't begin to hold everything I use and to use it for a particular trip means taking stuff out and replacing it with other stuff for the targeted species. Any ideas?

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    Originally posted by Frankie251 View Post
    I'm looking for some sort of a system to get my tackle organized. I have everything in one of those big plastic bins right now. It's about 24" x 16" and it's overflowing. I like all kinds of fishing -- inshore, offshore trolling for kings, bottom fishing. My regular tackle box can't begin to hold everything I use and to use it for a particular trip means taking stuff out and replacing it with other stuff for the targeted species. Any ideas?
    I have a big orange waterproof box that I keep all my offshore fishing tackle in.. I pre-rig everything for bottom fishing and live bait drifting. They are in a type of sealable bag, similar to ziploc but much thicker. I label them such as snapper, trigger, live bait drift, etc..

    As far as inshore fishing, I have a large Plano tackle organizer that i take with me. I have had/kept the same (basically) tackle box for years and I know where everything is.

    https://www.amazon.com/Plano-131252-...11958636&psc=1

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    Mobile, Al.
    Dauphin Island, Al.

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    • #3
      I use multiple of these for each area.
      Skirts.
      Small troll.
      Med troll.
      Large troll.Bottom.
      Etc.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Parker Yacht View Post
        I use multiple of these for each area.
        Skirts.
        Small troll.
        Med troll.
        Large troll.Bottom.
        Etc.
        https://www.planomolding.com/fishing/storage/waterproof
        Well, I'm in a freshwater region now so its:

        Spinners
        Crankbaits
        Spoons
        Jigs
        Worms
        Creatures
        etc.

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        • #5
          One box does not do it for me. I have one what I call a rigging box with spools of line for leaders, swivels, snaps, fish finder slides, beads and such. One box for sinkers. One box with a variety of floats. One of these https://www.planomolding.com/fishing...-tackle-system
          with a few extra of these https://www.planomolding.com/fishing...ustrictor-3700 With different types of lures that I change out depending on the type of fishing I am doing. And another box or two with other items needed for fishing...Charlie
          Greetings from Lake Hopatcong NJ / Milltown NJ

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          • #6
            A bucket or three with with five gallon bucket rubber cup holders, some mesh lure bags for plugs and skirts, Stanley organizers from Home Depot for bottom stuff, a bunch of old tackle boxes, whatever other piece of plastic I might find lying around! Can you say scattered??
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              2 rows of holes, each row has 16 holes. Couple holes in bottom so I can spray them down and it drains.

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              • #8
                I'm working on under learning post storage some slides to fit Plano 3700 series boxes.
                Tease!
                BWP

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                • #9
                  Bought a bunch of lure bags off Ebay for trolling lures and whatnot. Got a big yellow bag from Bass Pro that I cram the lure bags, pliers, etc in for each trip. Usually has what I need. Also pre-tie leaders and hooks, loop them and secure with Scotch tape They go in zip-locs sorted by size.

                  The big yellow bag makes it easy to forget everything at once. Yep, I've done it.

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