Lets see your tackle box & rods & reels

spectr17

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mostly for bass with some trout stuff. Lots of top water lures in the plastic bags, I need to get some plastic boxes for them. Fave topwater lures are the woodchopper and pop r.

This old rebel tacklebox needs replacing. The plastic handle broke so I cut off part of an old belt and used rivets to attach the belt. One class just broke too. Who makes a nice big tackle box now?

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We will not be too specific about how much tackle I actually have.
I use a 22 cubic foot upright freezer as my cooler for big game in my garage. I quarter the deer and put it on the shelves for a few days at just above freezing before I butcher it. When that freezer is empty (like right now) it is as full as I can get it with Plano tackle boxes full of lures and hardware. The last time I counted rod and reel set ups I had over 50.
 

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I have this tackle box sitting in my closet. It's a Plano. I fish a lot of ponds. Got tired of lugging a tackle box. So I got a bunch of the Plano boxes and transferred most of my tackle to a backpack. Much easier.Screenshot_2020-06-24-18-15-36.png
 

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We will not be too specific about how much tackle I actually have.
I use a 22 cubic foot upright freezer as my cooler for big game in my garage. I quarter the deer and put it on the shelves for a few days at just above freezing before I butcher it. When that freezer is empty (like right now) it is as full as I can get it with Plano tackle boxes full of lures and hardware. The last time I counted rod and reel set ups I had over 50.
You can never have too much tackle or rods and reels!!!
 

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I have this tackle box sitting in my closet. It's a Plano. I fish a lot of ponds. Got tired of lugging a tackle box. So I got a bunch of the Plano boxes and transferred most of my tackle to a backpack. Much easier.View attachment 77959
Thats what ive done, most of my good bass gear is in my fanny pack or a backpack. I hate lugging tackle boxes, they get heavy
 


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