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Cowbells in a zip lock.  Rigs wrapped around Foam swim tubes  from the dollar store. Set the hooks in the foam then I use a nail to hold the Snell end.

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I keep my entire setups in large zip locks including dipsies and all saves a lot of time....just hook up to wire and go. Often just switch out flies or Gambler rigs or go to another complete setup.

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4 hours ago, Fishstix said:

Cowbells in a zip lock.  Rigs wrapped around Foam swim tubes  from the dollar store. Set the hooks in the foam then I use a nail to hold the Snell end.

Same here. Use those same pool noodles for rod holders in my garage to. Drilled about 6 1" holes in a 3' section of noodle and then made a slit down one side of the holes so i could push the rod into them. Then drilled the whole thing to a wall. Works great. Those noodles are actually super useful for fishing storage ideas, but my daughter gets upset that i keep stealing them on her :lol: 

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Man do I know that! Lost a bunch of my Gambler Rigg Walleye harnesses last season not having mine tied down a while towing! I use foam pads and cut slots accordingly with tooth picks holding them them in place. They caught wind on I90 and never seen again.

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