Store your favorite gear in this Wakeman Fishing 14 in. 2-Tray Tackle Box Organizer. Featuring 2 pull out trays, with 27 small parts compartments total, perfect for plastic worms, crank baits, spinner baits and more. The large bottom compartment can hold terminal tackle, tools and extra line.
Also remember that the organization of your tacklebox is not a one-time job, but an everyday upkeep task. If you spend a Sunday arranging and labeling your tacklebox only to toss everything haphazardly back inside it after your fishing trip the next day, you might as well have never bothered with organization at all. The first step to tacklebox organization is deciding where you want everything to go and putting it there. The second step is putting everything back in those same spots every single time you go fishing. Disorganization leads to tangled fishing lines, tangled nerves, and plentiful frustration. It can even result in injuries – like a cut on your hand, for instance – if you need to go digging around in your box and nick yourself on a loose hook.
Store your favorite gear in this Wakeman Fishing 18 Inch 3-Tray Tackle Box Organizer. Featuring 3 pull out trays, each with twelve small parts compartments, perfect for plastic worms, crank baits, spinner baits and more. The large bottom compartment can hold large items, terminal tackle, tools and extra line.
Another often-forgotten step of tacklebox organization is the cleaning and maintenance of your actual fishing gear. After you’ve used a hook or a lure, take a moment to wipe the fish blood or sea grime off the tackle before returning it to its storage spot. There’s nothing like a smelly tacklebox to kill the mood of a re-organization session, so be sure to clean and disinfect everything you use.