tackle bag ideas

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  1. titan05

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    So my fishing has changed from offshore to walking the surf and bays etc
    What is a trick tackle bag/clip on/belt type bag that you people might know about ?
    something to carry some little jigs/swimbaits , hooks,weight etc without the bulk or size

    any ideas would be appreciated

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  2. SouthBayKiller

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    I wear a small backpack and just keep it light. Its mostly for holding a very small tackle box, some water and maybe a sweatshirt.
     
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    I second that backpacks are easy just keep them light.
     
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    I like surf fishing for Corbina almost as much as my long range trips. I find just a fanny pack with just a few essentials and small bait holder for sand crabs is all you need for a great time and some free exercise.
     
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    I was thinking a backpack but knowing me it would soon fill up.....I was trying to find something that would force me to minimize my gear
     
  6. scramblerj

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    Make it a very small backpack..... :)
     
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    tunacrzy It takes two to tangle

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    Check out the spiderwire sling its small and inexpensive.
     
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    Fanny pack will hold everything you need for surf fishing.
     
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    I have an old Shakespeare fanny. Shit, this thing is easily 20 years old. It has a couple of side pockets too. Been using it in the surf and mountain streams forever.

    I also bought one of the bigger new fanny packs that has a rod holder on each hip a few years ago. This one is nicer for longer trips as it hold more beer. It is made by WFO. But it is a we big...and I am a larger then average person. So I tend to grab old faithful more often.

    If I could get the rod holder on my old Shakespeare I'd be stoked. It's nice having a carolina rig and a plug rod setup.


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  10. titan05

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    they look nice but the one knock is no water bottle pocket but there is a Dick's Sporting Goods by me so I may pop in and take a look

    Thank you for that

    jim

    Ideally if somebody had a old WFO fanny pack I would be all over that.... I got so many bags from Doug over the years at WFO and never once thought to get the fanny pack :imdumb:

    This is why I love Bloodydecks.......people are always willing to help each other out :)
     
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    How much? You'd have to pay shipping too.

    PM me
     
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    I just checked. They are $55 new. Not sure it's worth it to sell....

    As for water bottle, you can get a bottle holder that slips over the belt. I use one on the smaller pack and I use one on my tuna belt.
     
  13. Willdoggy

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    I have an almost unused belt pack in the garage that is yours if you'd like it? Let me know.

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    I've been looking for a sling type of bag for trout fishing. I dont fly fish, walk streams, lake shores, etc. I'd like something small to. Need it to be a sling for when I am waist deep in my waders.
     
  15. titan05

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    Hey Willdoggy

    That looks like that would do the trick...just enough room to carry some gear but small enough so I don't load it down........will you be around this weekend ?

    It would give me a good reason to go down to the south bay :)

    Thanks

    Jim
     
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    Ok, it isn't the Midwest or Disneyland, but I have to second the fanny pack. Functional,easy, and you don't have to take it off to access what's inside (so you can do it while standing ankle deep). Added benefit might be the wide berth everyone will give you for wearing it. Lol
     
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    Just get a small backpack lol
     
  18. titan05

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    OMG.....just kill me now
    If I saw that fishing on the shore I would give up fishing and take up dodging cars on the 805
    I gotta go lay down
     
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    We should be around on Saturday and hopefully offshore fishing Sunday. You can pick it up anytime though. I can leave it out for you.
     

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