Tackle compartmentalization is a great way to have exactly what is needed for the task at hand. Bass pro Jimmy Mason carries several small boxes, each of which contain the right components for a presentation. His wacky rig box contains a wacky rig tool, o-rings, and a variety of hooks and jigs. Apply this system to a flipping/pitching box, drop shot box, Neko Rig box, swimbaits, bobbers — this list goes on and on…
Use Small Boxes to Organize Tackle
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