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    Default lead head jig storage idea

    Dad and i were going through the ammo box with all the jigs laying 5" deep on the bottom of it completely unorganized and i thought of and idea to hang them. Take a piece of allthread and run it through the box at a level that they will hang on and yet just make contact with the botttom. Use locknuts on the outside of box and dremmel off any excess rod. if your smart you'll hang them with the hook side towards the wall side of box You can just heat the end of the rod with a torch to make the hole and push thru at the same time.

    Makes it alot more organized and saves space.

    hope someone else might find this as a usefull idea.

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    I use a 5 gallon bucket for storing the jigs and sinkers I use for the day. The jigs are hooked over the rim of the bucket, and 20-30#'s of sinkers in the bottom keep it from sliding around (on calm days). With the corkscrew swivels jig changes are super fast.

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    I use a doubled up piece of gagnon tied next to the wall in my cabin, I hang all my jigs and circle hook setups on this, works good for me

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