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Ive used - Amish Outfitters Spoon pads-  for a while.    

Also the - Plano Spoon storage boxes-  are nice too.

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I can store them on my boat for you. No charge.

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You might want to try "Big Al's lure holders.  See LOU classified. . I make 3 different sizes, 24 x 16.5 one sided, $35 ; 24 x 9.5 2 sided $25: magnum 36 x 16.5, 1 sided $45 ea                         Spring sale buy 5 get one (any size free),  FREE shipping,  My pads are an easy way to store/ protect/display your spoons/stick baits. 

Wood top stiffener so foam pad doesn't warp. solid brass grommets to hang pad from (no rust).

 

Custom sizes available

standard pad with 3 rows of spoons (80).jpg

2 sided walleye, bass lure holder.jpg

Magnum size with  64 stick baits.jpg

Magnum size.jpg

back_of_boat_lure_holders_pic.jpg

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Yes those are the ones I was looking for. I agree, Big AL’s are great.


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The sun can destroy the finish on your spoons. A hanging box is better. You can also take it home to store it safely.


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Ive used - Amish Outfitters Spoon pads-  for a while.    
Also the - Plano Spoon storage boxes-  are nice too.

Do they hold mag spoons? My super slims I have to tilt to the side in order for the lid to close?


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Yes, they hang from the hook. I have captains that like the original 24 x 16.6 or Magnum 36 x 16.6.for these spoons. Each boat is different and each captain has their own way of storing spoons. I used my first prototype as a place to put all the hot spoons and stick baits, so I could bring them to my buddies boat if we were fishing on his/ mine.

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Lure fading - Capt Rick Pecci has used my pads since before 2011, without noticing any fading.  The plastic I use is UV stabilized. Fyi

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