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Old 04-22-2011, 01:01 PM
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Default What's your tackle box look like?

As I was fishing today I noticed that there are some things I don't even use yet still have. Not that it's a situational bait just stuff that I don't use. For example, i've got a few swimbaits I never use and i've got a box of tube's I never use. I KNOW I should flip tube's as well as the jigs and worms but I just don't. So what does your tackle box look like. Is it just what you use and know you can catch fish on or do you have 1 of everything ever made?
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Old 04-22-2011, 01:41 PM
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I have used everything in my tackle boxes or tackle bags. If there is not a chance of me using it I wouldn't bring it as baggage. Don't get me wrong, there are hundreds of lures, baits, etc that I bring on a daily basis fishing that don't get fished. When I begin bumping quality fish I don't switch from that bait until conditions change or a different opportunity arises.
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Old 04-22-2011, 02:53 PM
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well... its a little over 17' long, has an outboard motor, made of fiberglass, and it rides around on a trailer. All joking aside, I have about 30 grand worth of lures in 8 compartments in my boat.Its easier to grab a box out of the locking compartments when I use the jon boat or bank fish, than it is to keep everytning in the garage and add everything when i use the bass boat
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Old 04-22-2011, 04:02 PM
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I have a small tackle bag..has 2 side pockets and one long pocket in front and holds 4 plano organizer boxes in the main part of the bag..

First..let's look what's in the 4 plani boxes..
A. Crankbaits from minus one to deep divers
B. jigs...and boat registration..
C. rattle traps..and other deep cold water lures.
D. top water...rapalas...torpedoes etc.

Side pocket...3 bags of worms...1 bag of flukes..1 bag of horny toad..Also a small plano box of assorted worm hooks . weights,rattles and toothpicks

Side pocket..small spinnerbait box that holds 4 spinnerbaits and a small plano box I made that holds 6 White Rooster tails

Front pocket..holds extra plug, scale, camera , chain stringer, 2 extra spinning spools..whistle..compass, wrench needle nosed pliers , small knife.

You need to carry a little of everything as sometimes your local lake can change it's look or you may be forced to fish a different lake..because of wind..crowded ..etc.I learned that lesson this year.
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Old 04-22-2011, 06:28 PM
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This is an easy answer... a complete and utter disaster!
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