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hook packaging

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Now with the packaging system they have now when buying new quality bare hooks of different sizes. Has there been a system to store these, rather than waisting space seperating them in our hard or soft sided tackel boxes.

I was thinking a cd case to serve the purpose if nothing was out there.

If not the run is on for a patent.

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I use small zip loc bags. You can get them at craft & fabric stores. They work great for hooks, beads, bobber knots & any other small things.

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Check out the Daiwa double hook wallet. These work really good.

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OTBASSER that is exactly what i'm looking for Thanks.

I was out looking today trying to find something like that. Could not find it.

Got any ideas where to get the wallet.

Or is it an on-line thing to purchase.

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I don' know where you can buy it, I found it online, I would think though that cabelas would carry something like that.

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I use small zip loc bags. You can get them at craft & fabric stores. They work great for hooks, beads, bobber knots & any other small things.

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Metrojoe I came up with the same results for the daiwa but I did come up with another idea.

Fly fisherman have them. Leader wallets essentialy the same thing as the Daiwa double hook wallet. Gonna take some time to find the right one but I will find it. I also see Joe's carries daiwa takel boxes. I think a guy could go to any good store that has a good fly fihing department, not gander or fleet, should have these leader wallets. I also Cabelas would have somethinh like that.

Going on a search today have to get my boat license might as well make it into a fishing supply day.

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Clear plastic wax worm container or empty plastic chew container.

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