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How does everyone pack sluggos into a tube in their surf bag?

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10 mins ago, marty_mccarty said:

The removable front pouch of that 3 tube flatlander, that's where I keep mine

Thats where my packets are in mine

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3 mins ago, Sandbar1 said:

Detachable front pouch made for sluggos/plastics/riggies.

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Just curious, what rod is that in the photo? 

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22 mins ago, Chrishockey said:
26 mins ago, Sandbar1 said:

Detachable front pouch made for sluggos/plastics/riggies.

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Just curious, what rod is that in the photo? 

Lami GSB 1201M. Great eel/ heavier plugging rod.

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I run a 3 tube myself, I don't put the soft plastics in the tube tho, gear up makes makes soft plastic pouch W / w-out bucktail loops.. I have a soft plastic pouch and it works great.

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On 7/11/2021 at 9:33 PM, NJTramcar said:

I like the idea.  I looked but paint ball mags that I see aren't Ling enough for 9 inch sluggos.  Where did you find these?

They seem to be made for one another. I've found these tubes work really well for eelskin plugs too. 20210713_180416.jpg.d56f2d8ac3680f3e04c6809bc890effd.jpg20210713_180432.jpg.b7584a05481be37ad48bb14f37ed44a6.jpg

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8 mins ago, Haycreekrambler said:

They seem to be made for one another. I've found these tubes work really well for eelskin plugs too. 20210713_180416.jpg.d56f2d8ac3680f3e04c6809bc890effd.jpg20210713_180432.jpg.b7584a05481be37ad48bb14f37ed44a6.jpg

Thank you.

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23 mins ago, NJTramcar said:

Thank you.

These are the only paint ball mags I know of.  When I went looking for them you can really only find them in 6 packs. But, I think I paid $20 for the 6.

They are the best storage I've found for rigged eels. There watertight and you can just throw them in your cooler or freezer when your done for the nite.

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That looks like a thermos to me.   

Now I'm hungry.....I'm thinking soup.

   

....but seriously folks those are some nice ideas for the OP.  

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41 mins ago, Haycreekrambler said:

These are the only paint ball mags I know of.  When I went looking for them you can really only find them in 6 packs. But, I think I paid $20 for the 6.

They are the best storage I've found for rigged eels. There watertight and you can just throw them in your cooler or freezer when your done for the nite.

Are they long enough to fit  9" sluggo? 

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16 hours ago, Haycreekrambler said:

Those are 9" sluggos in the pics.

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definitely looks like they'll fit the 12" also...........

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52 mins ago, yogiiiboy said:

definitely looks like they'll fit the 12" also...........

Definitely, you can fit 2 16" rigged eels in that tube.

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Pouch for soft plastics on the belt, i used a flat lander zipper pouch it’s perfect for my mega shads in the main pouch, smaller out zipper gets extra jig heads , zip ties, and i pack my little leader wallet velcro insert with 5 4x4 plastic bags that is taken out of the “prime site” fly fishing leader wallets they sell for 10$. very convenient, works for me. i’ve had  well over 10 in there at once too and good for all other soft plastics too. before that i used the tactical anglers pouch works but not as efficient. neater plug bag, happier fisherman. that may just be the carpenter in me speaking.

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Probably already mentioned 10 times but I don’t use a tube in the bag. I use a pouch on the bag or a separate container clipped. 

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