When I lived in my apartment I thing honestly the best thing to get is a rod rack if you dont have one already...you would be surprised at how much more organized your room will look with a rack instead of rods everywhere....
also, I just stack up my plano 3700s on the floor (after a day on the water I leave them all open to air out overnight) and a tackle bag full of worms next to them...it honestly doesnt take up that much space you would be surprised how much you can organize with nothing...
now this all depends on how much stuff you actually have...I only have 10 plano boxes full of lures and a tackle bag full of plastics and 8 combos on the rod rack....
I do have a horizontal rod that holds 12 combos hanging on the wall next to my dinning room table haha. BUt you are right it is very organized looking and a conversation piece
But i do need a work station.. I have your run of the mill IKEA desk with just legs as of right now, so i have no where store any thing. everything is just piled under the desk and on top. I was contemplating building a storage system underneath so i was looking for ideas of what others have. I have 13 3700 plano tackle boxes and 5 gallong sized ziplocks full of soft plastics. Kinda crazy all this stuff with no bass boat...
ill take a picture of my mess so you can see what im talking about
You can use this at home and separate all your plastics and stuff by category. I have one box full of worms, one with craws, one with creatures, etc.
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I like that Talon Very nicereelblues wrote:
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Plano 3700 boxes are a good fit in a normal office filing cabinet.
i feel like i'm the only one that has stuff scattered all over the damn place, (yet knows where every single hook is.)
i think some of these ideas will motivate me to clean up my fishing room.