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Friday, April 10, 2020
By Dave Graybill
Here is another installment in my tackle organizing series. This time I am showing what I use to store my bottom bouncer weights. It is a very handy, Velcro-closing bag, that holds a ton of these weights on wires. I have bottom bouncer weights from 1/8th ounce to 4 ounces in this bag. This was a gift from my fishing buddy and guide Brian Neilson in Moses Lake, and between the two of us it has years of use and will get many more. If you look at the photo on my Facebook Page, along with this storage bag I also show some measuring tapes and a small, plastic storage box. I am constantly frustrated by hearing reports of fish of a certain size being caught. Then, when I get these same fish, Lake Chelan kokanee for example, they are always an inch or two shorter. I don’t keep a scale in the boat, but I use these tapes to measure fish and leaders and are in every tackle box I put in the boat. In the small storage box at the bottom I have a variety of swivels, plug snaps, slider rigs, rubber beads and clippers. It’s always in the boat for tying what I need.