Jig Bucket Hanger

SilverKing97

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I am looking for one as well. I saw online that a company called Stellar Quality Products was making them out of Costa Mesa. I tried the phone number and it did not work. Looks like it was called the KP Original Jig Rig...anyone know where you can get one? I realize you can make something similar, but this product seems to check all the boxes
 
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reel man

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I am looking for one as well. I saw online that a company called Stellar Quality Products was making them out of Costa Mesa. I tried the phone number and it did not work. Looks like it was called the KP Original Jig Rig...anyone know where you can get one? I realize you can make something similar, but this product seems to check all the boxes
Buy a five gallon bucket with a ring around the perimeter and cut the ring off to install in the inside of the bucket.. Drill a few holes and install cable ties to support the ring. Walla, hangs your jigs.

If you're really smart take a piece of plywood and bolt it on the bottom of the bucket, and glue some indoor/outdoor carpet on the bottom.

And, put a smaller bucket in the middle with some lead weights to keep your bucket from falling over.
 
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Cubeye

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Buy a five gallon bucket with a ring around the perimeter and cut the ring off to install in the inside of the bucket.. Drill a few holes and install cable ties to support the ring. Walla, hangs your jigs.

If you're really smart take a piece of plywood and bolt it on the bottom of the bucket, and glue some indoor/outdoor carpet on the bottom.

And, put a smaller bucket in the middle with some lead weights to keep your bucket from falling over.
Actually a 3 gallon bucket works better. Insert it into a small "milk crate". They are about 13" x 13" square, and install some 1 1/2" pvc tubes in each corner for rod holders. Put some lead in the bottom, a lid on top and now you have a "tackle box" that you can sit on. The smaller bucket with lead, and the plywood/carpet is a good idea.

If you work with wood at all, you can make an insert to hold the jigs. I have seen plastic inserts for the buckets. Really nice and durable.
 
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    The 3.5 or 5 gallon buckets can be purchased with lids. Cut out the center of the lid with a hot knife and drill holes around the circumference of the hole. This is also a great place to rinse the jigs with fresh water and spritz with some wd40, the jigs and hooks will last for years this way.

    Get a bucket base to keep it from sliding on the deck.
     
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    Johnlgarrison

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    I have found the best place to get 3 and 5 gallon buckets is a your local doughnut shop. The one near my house sells clean buckets for $1.00 each. They usually have lids.
     
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    Brad I

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    I've got a large/two tier/5 gallon one and a smaller/single tier/3 gallon one. I've also got a shelf that fits over the jig holders for additional storage. If someone wants the large one, its $20 and the small one is $12, the insert is $10 (I don't have buckets, this is just for the inserts). I bought 'em and used the big one just once. I'm in the west San Fernando Valley and can meet locally.

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