View Poll Results: what do you use for carrying your Lucky Crafts for surf fishing

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  • store bought tackel bag

    1 50.00%
  • home made tackle carrier

    1 50.00%
  • don't use a tackle carrier

    0 0%
  • my pockets is my tackle box

    0 0%
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  1. #1
    Surf Ninja
    Join Date
    Jan 2014
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    ELA, American
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    the kind that bends
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    if it swims count me in
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    More Lucky Craft fun

    More Lucky Craft fun

    Been fishing the lucky craft lure for two years in the surf but one thing that keeps me from fishing them more often
    is the storage and entanglement of the hooks, so this is what i did to put the fun back into fishing the Lucky Craft

    I used a 3x3x6 ammo pouch for the pants belt and cut off the top cover and soak the pouch in water proofing stuff
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    and glued a hard drive magnet to the front panel for a fast holding of a lure and riveted a 1 1/4 x 6in tube to hold a rod out of the sand.
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    As for holding the lures i used a golf club protector tube and cut it 6in long ,

    I got 5 pieces out of one tube then painted them white inside and out so I could see what was inside of them at low lite20151215_211308.jpg

    I also heated the tube, then flaten them and staple one end to hold their shape.20151215_212409.jpg20151215_211824.jpg
    I dont like to carry a lot of baits four is all i need.

    There are many ways to do build this but this is my way, lets see your way on how you carry your Luck Crafts or other hard baits?

    have fun
    Last edited by tunamaster; 12-16-2015 at 01:49 PM.
    We don't need no stinking casting control nob...

  2. #2
    Water Swatter
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    Jan 2014
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    North San Diego county
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    Penn Battle II Penn Clash Cousins LSU 903 Phenix Trifecta
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    Halibut - 20 inches Spotfin - 18 inches Yellowfin - 14 inches BSP - 15 inches Orange Mouth Corvina - 22 inches
    1 pint, wide mouth Nalgene bottle works great.

  3. #3
    Moderator
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    Sep 2014
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    Rainshadow crank bait 7'6" 8-14 lbs with Curado 200E7, Curado 200E7, Clarus CRCD70M
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    20" Corbina, YFC 14.5", 13" BSP, 14" Spotfin, Sandbass 20" 21.5" Halibut on the surrf.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fishwithmax View Post
    1 pint, wide mouth Nalgene bottle works great.

    What does that look like ?

 

 

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