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Thread: Carrying floats

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    My Orvis sling pack has two slots which hold 6 floats of assorted sizes, which cover the fishing condition I might encounter. More than that is overkill for me. As for split shot, I carry all I need in a folding micro tackle box (can be purchased via centrepinangling.com), which also nicely fits into another slot in in the sling pack.

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    x2 on the glasses case. An old Maui Jim hard case with the zipper enclosure. Holds plenty of floats and all shapes/sizes.
    There are some other good ideas here that I may investigate as well.

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    Old plastic VHS cases work great, just getting hard to find.

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    Quote Originally Posted by REG View Post
    Old plastic VHS cases work great, just getting hard to find.
    The old beta cases would be even better !!

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    I have a couple of cases that came with after-market car stereo units to put the removable faceplate in when you park. Work great, can carry several floats if you need to.

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    Small floats fit well in the small plastic eyeglasses case. For slightly bigger stuff, I put them in a plastic toothbrush case. My 2-10g floats fit well in them. I carry them prerigged for easy swapping or in case of a snag. For larger floats 11-20g, I use a trimmed up clear packing tube. There are lots of options for shapes, sizes, and closures. Itís an obsession really. I have them for just about everything.

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