Tackle Techniques…Boat organization products

Wired2Fish Radio recently  visited with  Kevin VanDam on how he organized his tackle for ultimate efficiency. He gave some super suggestions for streamlining the location process but some killer  ideas about balancing the load in the boat and tournament day tackle management as well. Utilizing Plano 3700 utility boxes, spinnerbait boxes, and the new CDS boxes to be better prepared for each cast will help you put more fish in the boat.
During that program he also mentioned the use of a “deck box” that will keep specific lures that will be used for the day within arms reach without the normal “pro pile” at the end of the day. The Plano Pro Field 1435 box is the ticket for that application. Light weight, durable, and waterproof the 1435 is perfect for several  Strike King Sexy Shad  cranks, Perfect Plastic, Redeye Shads, and terminal tackle as well.    
Another great product that will help you keep your tackle at your finger tips is the Cook’s Go-To Tackle System. This system will work great for just about everything except crankbaits, mounts easily and is tough as nails. Three or four bags of Zoom Lizards, a couple of bags of Northland Brush Beavers, a few jigs and chunks and some Big Bite Kriet Tail worms all on the same rack.
These are great products and thanks KVD for the great tip!
To learn more about the Plano boxes mentioned about and too buy click here.

To learn more about Cook’s Go-To click here.
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