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Got a question about fishing, that you have never been able to figure out?

Well, along comes old Fishin' Tipster, Weekend Semi-Pro and resident backlash picking champion, with the solution.


Don't you just hate it when your 'stuff' gets wet? I don't think there is a 'dry storage' made that is always dry. And, there's nothing like a wet rainsuit or jacket on a cold day. Better yet, try using that roll of toilet paper when it is nice and soggy!!

Well, along comes old Fishin' Tipster, Weekend Semi-Pro and resident backlash picking champion, with a great solution.

Look at the accompanying photo. Every store in town carries some type of storage boxes with snap-on lids. K-Marts and Wally-Marts have tons of them, as do the office supply stores. Where I am, the supermarkets even have them. The 15-20 quart sizes are ideal for most storage needs. Rainsuits and jackets will even fit. If you use the 15 quart sizes, you can normally stack two in a storage well and still have room to the side for items that water doesn't affect. A smaller one, say 8-10 quart size, is good for the smaller items, like that toilet paper, spares gloves, light bulbs, aspirin bottles, the boat registration, etc. By the way, always put the boat and trailer papers in a plastic bottle with a good fitting, screw-on cap, like a spice bottle. Not only is it good and dry, but it keeps all the papers together and it floats if you get clumsy like the Tipster.


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