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small jig storage
« on: 11/26/17 10:31 UTC »
I make lots of small jigs....down to 1/80 ounce. Sometimes storing these while fishing gets to be a challenge but a couple years back the oldest grandson came up with a solution for me that costs zero cents and keeps things well organized. Today I sell a few small jigs and then the orders come in units of ten of one color, I use one of these handy little units to ship them. These are out of my personal pail except for the box with the 1/64 heads on the left.

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Re: small jig storage
« Reply #1 on: 11/26/17 11:09 UTC »
That is one of the best ways to keep the little ones Tom

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Re: small jig storage
« Reply #2 on: 11/26/17 12:10 UTC »
That’s a great idea!

My tackle bag is getting pretty full and I really don’t want to go buy a second bag to carry. Well I don’t think I need to at this point. If I moved to something like this it would free up most of a full size tray and be small enough to slip down in a pocket on my tackle bag.
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Re: small jig storage
« Reply #3 on: 11/26/17 12:29 UTC »
My personal preference is the Rose Creek jig box.
Holds plenty of jigs individually and securely and has no foam in it.
The problems I have had with this style foam is if it gets any moisture in it it holds it and then your hooks begin to rust and you can't tell until you pull a jig out.
I've had it happen before so switched and couldn't be happier.

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Re: small jig storage
« Reply #4 on: 11/26/17 13:08 UTC »
I have several rose creek boxes and keep jigs in them to be ready to move into the small boxes I show here. I open these small boxes a crack every time they go fishing when I get home and have zero issues with rusting hooks. I open all of my boxes that go fishing for a day in the furnace/water heater room where moisture issues are nil. Any moisture brought to this room is gone in an hour its so dry. The rose creek boxes are fine if your jigs have hooks larger than a size 8 other-wise the jigs come loose and I don't have to open a thing to see what is in that box.

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Re: small jig storage
« Reply #5 on: 11/26/17 13:23 UTC »
Reclosable Poly Bags, 3" x 5", 8 mil thick.
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