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Old 01-29-2008, 11:07 PM
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Default Attention All Sriper Ho,s.

IM DEVELOPING A LARGE AMOUNT OF SWIMBAITS. ( hard and soft ).

i know theres swimbait tackle boxes out there, but i dont see what i want.
i came up with an idea of making one.
THE QUESTION IS, were do i start.

i have swim baits from 12in to 4in.
ANY ONE HAVE AN IDEA OR HAVE MADE ONE.

if you can show some pictures , that would help me out. THANKS.


HERE ARE SOME PICTURES TO GIVE YOU AN IDEA ON WHAT I NEED.
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Old 01-30-2008, 04:56 PM
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Default Re: Attention All Sriper Ho,s.

Those are some nice looking swim baits!
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Old 01-30-2008, 07:13 PM
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Default Re: Attention All Sriper Ho,s.

thanks, any simple ideas on how to make a swimbait box?
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Old 01-31-2008, 01:45 PM
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Nice

If you have access to a woodshop that you can make a nice little plug box. Some of the craft stores have the leather straps as well as some of the wood working shops have hinges and all the nice brassy parts.
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Old 01-31-2008, 03:02 PM
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Plano boxes in a soft case will do exactly what you want.
No one uses hard tackle boxes anymore.
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Old 01-31-2008, 10:28 PM
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Plano boxes in a soft case will do exactly what you want.
No one uses hard tackle boxes anymore.

what i was thinking of, SOMTHING TO HANG THE NOSE UP.

I WAS AT WALMART TODAY, i saw a plastic container with a lid and handle for 8.00 bucks.

i did start to sea ideas on how to/ what to/ were to . lol

i figuerd some one on here might be or have a better idea.
i looked at the planos and i didnt see what im looking for.
do you have a part no# , or can you guide me to the right direction?
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Old 01-31-2008, 10:56 PM
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Do Do I dont know if this is what your looking for but look at the inserts on the hanging bait boxes by flambeau. Both hard and soft bags.

Flambeau

You might be able to craft something on their verticle design.
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Old 01-31-2008, 11:30 PM
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Maybe a googan idea, but a 10 buck Walmart bag and some 2x3 inch plastic gutter looks like this. The gutter is cut on a chop saw to just under 10 inches so you can get 12 pieces from a 10 foot length. Cut slow because the gutter will chip if you go busting through it. You could use a hacksaw if you don't have a chop saw.

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I use something similar to rick. but bigger. I used nutone central vac tube and lined them up in a rubbermaid container. that stays in the truck and the plugs I want for the specific situation go in the bag that comes with me.
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That is pretty cool rick You are an ingenous son of a gun.
I save all of my plastic insterts from different bags.
They are ridiculously expensive to replace.
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I use something similar to rick. but bigger.
And all these years I've been telling the better half that size doesn't matter.
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That's a great idea rick, i'm gonna have to do something like that myself
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Maybe a googan idea, but a 10 buck Walmart bag and some 2x3 inch plastic gutter looks like this. The gutter is cut on a chop saw to just under 10 inches so you can get 12 pieces from a 10 foot length. Cut slow because the gutter will chip if you go busting through it. You could use a hacksaw if you don't have a chop saw.

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i know what i will be doing with my 2 shimano bags tomorrow. BRILLIANT. Thanks
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Default Re: Attention All Sriper Ho,s.

thats a great idea.

THANKS FOR THE PICTURES.



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And all these years I've been telling the better half that size doesn't matter.
And she believed you?
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