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DROPPING TACKLE OVER THE SIDE?

Need a place to hold stuff without scratching the boat? Go to your favorite variety or hardware store and pick-up some drawer organizers. They come in all shapes and sizes and they can fit together to form all kinds storage arrangements. To hold them in place go to the carpeting department and get a piece of the non-skid material sold to place under rugs. You can get it at the boating stores, but you'll pay more. Use a file or some other tool to remove the small legs on the bottom of the trays. Glue a piece non-skid material to the bottom. The perfect tray to hold tackle items, it stays put, and won't scratch the boat. I have several sizes on my dashboard. The non-skid stuff also works great under the cooler to keep in place. Instead of the non-skid material you can get a heavy duty Velcro (plastic teeth on both sides) Made by 3M called dual lock and use it to fasten trays to gunnels (or any other surface) to hold stuff like pliers and lures. After fishing the trays will pop off to store, out of the sun. I've only found this heavy-duty stuff at Boaters World.


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