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How do ya'll store and carry the Butterfly, Knife, Diamond, and other heavy jigs?? Thanks in Advance. Red-Fin
 

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I bought a jig storage box from Roy's Bait & Tackle, it works well but only holds 12 Jigs
 

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I had an old fastner bag that I bought from home depot, it was a set of 3 bags and one of them was made with two pouches, I went to a seamstres and for 2 dollars she sewed handles on it. I keep dimong jigs in one pouch and butterflys in the other. Works great, beats shimano's $45.00.
 

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100 quart ice chest with 10 plano plastic boxes inside. 1 100 quart for butterfly jigs. 1 100 quart for diamond jigs. 1 100 quart for assorted other jigs.....rick
 

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mcgolfer said:
100 quart ice chest with 10 plano plastic boxes inside. 1 100 quart for butterfly jigs. 1 100 quart for diamond jigs. 1 100 quart for assorted other jigs.....rick
What's funny is some folks may think you're joking.
 

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Now THAT'S something!
carries 20 jigs & looks to be about 16" wide?
I wouldn't mind buying one from you if you've got an extra?
great idea!
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Yep D.N.A. has been pouring and painting them then he epoxy's them on a low rpm turner so the paint won't chip off. I think he has his turner set up so he can epoxy 10 long and 10 short @ the same time. I figure we probably have $4,000.00 - $5,000.00 worth of jigs for about $400.00 invested.
 

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Ksong's pic shows the way I used to do it in Ca.
D.N.A.-> Email me if you want to do this
might be interested in some of those fine jigs, too
-B
 
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