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Old 02-18-2020, 03:52 AM
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Default Organizing crankbaits

We really never got any ice here in southern Michigan so it's time to get organized for the upcoming softwater season. I'm sure many of you have ways to keep your cranks organized, here's what I did.
I hope you find it helpful

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Old 02-18-2020, 09:34 AM
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Anchor Express advertises a Plano 791502 tackle box for $67. It holds 40 crankbaits in a similar manner. Not a bad idea .
My method is to sort baits by type and species, so , for example, if I am going to target walleye, I grab the Walleye tackle box, which also includes jigs, leaders, bottom bouncers, etc. I have separate boxes for catfish, trout, bass, etc.
Bottom line, no matter how we organize our tackle, the lure we need today is either:
In the other tackle box.
At home, because it didn't perform earlier, or
being used by the brother-in-law fishing in the front of the boat.

Thanks for starting this thread. I hope others join in with their ideas.
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