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Re: Hair Jig Storage?
« Reply #15 on: 03/20/20 09:37 UTC »
Here ya go TOM

https://gruvfishing.com/shop/big-jig-box/

I saw those yesterday Mike. I tried a similar box about four years ago with these big boys and they about demolished the box. I like the zip top bags for these real well and will stick to that storage method. The bags are carried in a soft side, zippered, pouch storage bag and that works good. 

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Re: Hair Jig Storage?
« Reply #16 on: 03/22/20 13:26 UTC »
Need to find some really big Clear straws but this is the basic concept

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Re: Hair Jig Storage?
« Reply #17 on: 03/22/20 18:20 UTC »
That's quite an idea Doug. Thanks for sharing.

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Re: Hair Jig Storage?
« Reply #18 on: 03/22/20 23:08 UTC »
That's quite an idea Doug. Thanks for sharing.

Right... that is pretty a slick method.

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Re: Hair Jig Storage?
« Reply #19 on: 03/23/20 09:18 UTC »
 Thank you Fatman, I often make a small "day box" to take fishing rather than lug all my gear around and your idea would be great for that.

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Re: Hair Jig Storage?
« Reply #20 on: 03/27/20 17:07 UTC »
I use one of the soft side bags typically used for plastic baits. It holds plenty of jigs, any size. They usually have about 10 plastic bag pages in them.

I never put a wet jig back into any bag or box until I'm sure it's completely dry.

I don't have a photo of the bag.


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Re: Hair Jig Storage?
« Reply #21 on: 03/27/20 19:24 UTC »
Welcome to the forum Jim -

Judging by your profile picture, you'll fit right in here.

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Re: Hair Jig Storage?
« Reply #22 on: 03/27/20 20:13 UTC »
Welcome to the forum Jim -

Judging by your profile picture, you'll fit right in here.

Thank you! I've been making tackle & tying a long time. I suspect there's already folks here who know me, and I them. Fitting in is a good thing.  ;D