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Best way to store Spinnerbaits

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#1
Howzit guys.

Got some new Spinnerbaits and was wanting to hear from you guys on how you store you spinnerbaits.

Thanks
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BFSA
#2
Plano spinnerbait storage boxes
Regards
Robert Jacobs
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#3
I have one of those boxes and used to use it. Now that I kickboat fish a lot it uses a lot of unnecessary space. Try putting them in an empty soft plastics packet. You can easily fit 6+ in one packet. You can seperate them by colour etc. if you want it more accessible. Also no rattle of blades in the box (MAJOR PRO)
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Dunno about you chaps but mine are normally stored in the corner of a fish's mouth................ :eusa_whistle:
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BIG FISH EAT LITTLE FISH....
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#5
Wysneus... :blue-lol:
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Robert Jacobs
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Riprap Wrote:Dunno about you chaps but mine are normally stored in the corner of a fish's mouth................ :eusa_whistle:

:blue-badgrin:
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BFSA
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BassLightyear Wrote:I have one of those boxes and used to use it. Now that I kickboat fish a lot it uses a lot of unnecessary space. Try putting them in an empty soft plastics packet. You can easily fit 6+ in one packet. You can seperate them by colour etc. if you want it more accessible. Also no rattle of blades in the box (MAJOR PRO)

I also found these boxes to be rather bulky. just don't like them for some reason.
Ill try this out.
Thanks bru
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BassLightyear Wrote:I have one of those boxes and used to use it. Now that I kickboat fish a lot it uses a lot of unnecessary space. Try putting them in an empty soft plastics packet. You can easily fit 6+ in one packet. You can seperate them by colour etc. if you want it more accessible. Also no rattle of blades in the box (MAJOR PRO)

BLY,

Just watched a interesting video now. This dude reckons a CD Case works well.
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#9
This CD case idea is awesome!
Good Luck Fishin'
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