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Tackle Organization: How We Store Our Gear – New Ideas!

May 19, 2020 27 No Comments


Its time for serious tackle organization! We’ve all been hit by this unexpected quarantine and we chose to make the best of it. Tim spent a few days dialing in his gear and he’s finally got it perfected. Want to get the maximum number of crankbaits in a small box? Want to mix senkos with hooks while avoiding any concerns of rust? Tired of your different hooks mixing together every time you run in rough water? This is for you!

Tim started playing with the Edge boxes when they first came out but it wasn’t until the quarantine that he really jumped in. The Edge Terminal box offered storage solutions unlike anything else. By individually compartmentalizing all his small hooks he has avoided the never-ending struggle of hooks mixing together. The box itself resists rust and was a no-brainer with all the free time to organize hooks. From there he began finding niches for all of his tackle storage needs. 

Below is a breakdown of some of Tim’s favorite boxes for different techniques. The links go directly to Tackle Warehouse where you can see detailed photos and descriptions. If you’ve been considering upgrading your tackle organization, we’re very happy with these boxes so far. 

Edge Boxes… 

Terminal Tackle-

Standard 3700 size-

Deep 3700 size-

Thin Box (Awesome Space Saver)-

Stowaway Waterproof boxes… 

Treble Hook Storage – Standard 3700:

Custom Divider Boxes… 

Standard Box- Deep Diving Crankbaits:

Thin Box- Lipless Cranks/Blade Baits:

Bass Mafia Bags For Loose Storage… 

Money Bag Plus – 3 Pocket Bag:

Money Bag 13×16:

NEW Tactical Bassin Apparel… 

TacticalBassin Reaper Hoodie:

TacticalBassin Shadow Hoodie:

TacticalBassin Sun Shirt:

TacticalBassin Hooded Sun Shirt:

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