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 Posted: Mon Mar 26th, 2018 11:06 am
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Pylstert
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Psy wrote: :)

Go look at Luke's page....

https://www.facebook.com/TackleTacticsfishingframes/?ref=br_rs

This is a very comfortable bag to carry, with many add-ons, trace pouch, ditty bag etc.
See the compartmentalised (jassus) plastic box utilised.
although quite a good idea, becomes a pain in the groin(imo) & the clips that connect the upper to the lower become dislodged and end up drifting in the ocean.

:?

Big Jim...big saving!

Those boxes are nice but the lids are prone to breaking

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 Posted: Mon Mar 26th, 2018 11:08 am
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Serra Moz wrote: Pylstert wrote:
Yip designed and started it but struggled to keep up and didnt have the cash to keep going so handed over to another gent and he seemed to have folded it, but glad to see you can get them again.

Supercool, however as mentioned I will need 2 x boxes, a bit more tuff, what do you suggest? Do you have pics?

Sorry Serra I am no longer involved. The best is to go to one of these big plastic shops and get a box or alternatively I see you looking at putting a Teza or Orca box on which is a very good idea

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 Posted: Mon Mar 26th, 2018 11:19 am
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Pylstert wrote:
Serra Moz wrote: Pylstert wrote:
Yip designed and started it but struggled to keep up and didnt have the cash to keep going so handed over to another gent and he seemed to have folded it, but glad to see you can get them again.

Supercool, however as mentioned I will need 2 x boxes, a bit more tuff, what do you suggest? Do you have pics?

Sorry Serra I am no longer involved. The best is to go to one of these big plastic shops and get a box or alternatively I see you looking at putting a Teza or Orca box on which is a very good idea



Yes, agreed, I have 2 of those, so if I cannot source a sturdy box, I will go the Orca / Teza way, it's my plan to fix at least one with an Orca / Teza. As mentioned the boys are now 9 & 11yrs....and ready to go, and you know when we were "lighties" we wanted our own stuff, best I rig one for them to share. As they have light weight bags for the river, but they are not geared for an outing or an overnight trip. I usually take one of the okes that works there by me as well (to carry the safari / pacific chillers with beers....LOL)

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