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Best tackle organizer for sandy beaches or show your messiest tackle box.

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image.jpg.d1ff2a49640ecbfc6124a2f1b61d1460.jpgCan anyone suggest a good tackle organizer for hooks, leaders, bass assassins,  bucktails, pliers, bait knife and small plugs to six inches for sandy beaches which are relatively sand proof or can be easily cleaned of sand and that won’t break the bank.  I am on foot so frequently organizer will sit on sand. Maybe this is a tall order but current tackle box is getting full of sand and approaching sand = tackle + plugs + tools. I’m lazy and hoping to minimize sand clean out by emptying all compartments  in this tackle box. I use it for the beach and it invariably comes home sandy but amazingly it has served me well, although the hinges are starting to fail. Maybe I need a separate sand box as a sandy tackle and lure dump which gets cleaned at home?

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I use plastic hardware/organizer cases from harbor freight. loaded up in milk crate. 

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Pick one based on size need. These things can hold a ton of stuff.

 

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6 hours ago, Inshore said:

Pick one based on size need. These things can hold a ton of stuff.

 

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Yup.......I have the original Cabela's model before BPS just slapped their name on it :th:

 

 

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Thread has a lot of potential! 

 

The flip side of "tackle organization suggestions"... 

 

"show you messiest tackle!"

 

 

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I've been using a Yeti Loadout Gobox and some Plano organizers, like the Edge 3600 Terminal. Organization is great, but it also traps quite a bit of sand, which seems like the situation you're trying to avoid. Best bet may either be to drill some holes in your box of choice or just use a milk crate.

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Less is more.. random cheap 2-3 plastic boxes and a backpack.

 

A roll of 30lb and 50lb mono for hooks or casting. A roll of wire leader 30lb

Box with 3/0 and 6/0 circles, beads, floats, swivels, clips.

Box for small lures.

Few sinkers anywhere in backpack.

A bucket attached to a lightweight handcart.

 

Never needed more than that.

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9 hours ago, 55555s said:

Thread has a lot of potential! 

 

The flip side of "tackle organization suggestions"... 

 

"show you messiest tackle!"

 

 

I could take a picture of my garage- but I won’t!

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22 mins ago, EricDice said:

I could take a picture of my garage- but I won’t!

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On 8/9/2022 at 4:58 PM, cmdrzog said:

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Tray comes out & sits on sand.  Lid goes back on for a seat. 

Holes in the trays allow for easy washing

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I found a canvas bag with a shoulder strap at an Army/Navy store, it also had a flap came over the bag with two clips to close it. Lots of room inside where I keep sputniks and bait knife, numerous pouches for hooks, metals and BT's. Also a proud member of the white bucket brigade, canvas bag and bait go in the bucket, brush for the sand. Don't really carry plugs, metals should work if a mini blitz happens. 

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