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When transporting fishing poles to your fishing spot, you can keep the fishing hooks and lures from catching into something you don't want them too. Get a bottle cork and cut it in half or thirds. Now you can stick the hooks or fishing lures into the cork. That way, you won't snag anything other than your fish when you get to your fishing spot. This really works!
By dorothy wedenoja from New Creek, WV
Fishing season is just around the corner. Pick up CD organizers that have separate compartments to store all your fishing rigs, sinkers, small lures, etc. They keep everything tangle free and easy to find. You can find the CD organizers at rummage sales this spring. They're inexpensive and effective.
Take advantage of clearance sales right now by buying your fishing supplies now. Tackle boxes, fishing lures and fishing gear are all on sale so they can make room for the winter sports stuff.
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I am looking for tips to organize fishing supplies?
Michele from Kingsport, TN
My husband uses a tool box for his fishing items. One is small and he carries it with him. The other is HUGE and holds racks and racks of things, including his fly tying kit.
Something you can use to organanize multiple spools of fishing line is to put them in a small coffee can. We took it 1 step further and drilled holes in the sides of the can and then threaded the line through the holes. That way we don't have to remove the spools to use the line.
put hooks in small pieces of styrofoam for protection!
You can use empty prescription pill bottles for all kinds of fishing fishing gear you dont want all hooked together. works good for little emergency container for bandaids and stuff too.