Trying to stay organized while fishing can be a bit
difficult. There are so many different tools out there from lures to fishing
rods. The fact of the matter they are tools. Each fishing pole and each lure
has been designed for a specific purpose.
Most people understand this and have an extensive inventory
they call their own. With so many great ideas widely communicated so openly on
the web in combination with all this stuff how is a person to stay organized.
Some people may not consider organization a key in being
successful when fishing but I believe it’s a must. Just think, trying to hurry
up and put everything in the boat only to get on the water and you can’t find
what you’re looking for.
You dig through you’re equipment and find what you need the
first time. You even dig the second or third. More times than not you begin to
lose you’re ambition to dig for things so you begin to use what’s on you’re
rods or out in the open.
One approach to dealing with this is to go as visual as you
can. Have a plan and set out a reasonable amount of the fishing lures and tools
you believe you will need a head of time
Walleye Fisherman often struggle with leaders measured to a
certain length. These leaders are used for anything from Hand Lining in the Detroit River to Stacker Rigs while trolling
Planner boards in Saginaw
Bay. Both approaches
require multiple leader lengths that can range from five to fifty feet in
Keeping the long leaders identified and organized at a
glance has always been a challenge. Most of the time if you can identify them
the first time after switching leaders a few times the organization tends to
There are several ideas out there including cutting swim
noodles in sections to wrap you’re line around. These are very vulnerable to
blowing out of the boat and still marking you’re leaders is difficult.
Commercial options tend to work out better. The commercial
options tend to be made of more practical materials. These tend to provide the
opportunity to label a location for each size. Some leader holders tend to have
mounting options as well. This helps to keep you’re leaders visually organized
and ready at a glance.