Want to catch more fish?
Location and presentation are two big keys to the puzzle, but one factor that is often overlooked is efficiency. The more your line is in the water, the more fish you’re going to catch.
One of the biggest ways to boost your efficiency out on the water is to make sure you’ve got your tackle organization dialed in. If you’re digging through bags and moving boxes around, you’re wasting time that you could be casting.
So, who does this best?
Typically it’s the “pros” who are on the water 1,000+ hours each year. In some cases, their livelihood is directly tied to catching more fish and being smart about how they manage their gear.
In this video, we asked three top anglers to share some of their favorite, most unique tips for storing their gear. You’ll hear from Keith Combs (Elite Series bass pro), Tony Roach (well-known full time guide), and Jim Edlund (fishing writer).
Each offer an interesting perspective into tackle storage that I think you’ll find helpful. You may even be able to steal a few of their ideas for yourself.