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I tried seaching this out, but I only found two posts that helped. Can you guys suggest some ways to store poppers and other good ways to store jigs.

I have looked at a few items, but I am note entirely sure they will work.

I was thinking the Shimano Butterfly Jig Bag (Medium) but not sure how many 8 & 10 oz Diamond Jigs and 7-10.5oz Williamson Jigs it will hold.

Also was thinking the Shimano Bluewave Washable Jig Bab Size L for poppers, but again not sure they will fit.

Can I get some suggestions, feedback, and pics please?


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a friend just droped these off.
they are pretty well made.
seem nice.
hold long and short jigs.
they are selling 39.95
i have stock;)

i am also waiting to hear from another guy making some nice rolls.
i have seem these, but dont have a sample.
they are going to be nice also.
 

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You might want to look at some surf bags on the market. Most have 10 tubes and a dozen or so slots for jigs, plus a few pockets for a spare spool or other terminal tackle. Seeing as you wont be hanging this thing on your shoulder for hours on end as surfcasters do, you can really load them up with weight.
Depending on how big you want to go, a large cargo bag would allow you to bring an aresenal worth a few grand if so desired.

Aquaskinz is a very respected name, and you can find out more information about them online.

Aquaskinz - Serious Gear For Extreme Outdoorsmen
 

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Paul, I want one or two of those bags. How many jigs do they hold?
let me know how many you want. no problem.
i am checking to see how many they hold.
they have over 40 spaces.
some are double so there is alot of room.
i will be at 610-591-7734 tommorrow. about 7am to 2pm EST.
try cell 610-316-3594 after that.
give a call i will get all your shipping info.
 

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Great idea with the surf bag.

I use shimano's version. However, I tend to have more "favored" jigs then just 10.

I guess i can buy 2 right?
 

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Great idea with the surf bag.

I use shimano's version. However, I tend to have more "favored" jigs then just 10.

I guess i can buy 2 right?
those tubes will hold poppers and jigs.
then there is room in front of the tubes for more jigs.

the surf bags arent my choice.
but someone may likem.
 

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I like the HPA popper storage bag best.
For jigs there are literaly hundreds of bags on the market that will do the job imo!

you can buy the HPA at meronline.fr
I don't know who sells them in the US
 

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Dan, who is also the distributor of the Power Jig bags that paul has is carrying HPA products, please contact him, or shoot me a PM and I can point you in the right direction.
 

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Dan, who is also the distributor of the Power Jig bags that paul has is carrying HPA products, please contact him, or shoot me and PM and I can point you in the right direction.
dans the one that dropped these off,
i guess i should have had some of the others dropped off also.:D
 

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Hey Guys - we are the direct importers of the "power jig bag" - a high quality, value oriented bag designed for small, medium and large jigs. These are now in stock and available immediately from several of the popular sources on the site. Due to ongoing discussions with retailers, wholesalers, etc.... I really don't want to discuss any specifics until all details are handled and I have really only had the time to get the product in that hands of local retailers in PA and NJ - that's not to slight anyone - just been crazy busy and trying to get my hands on a BFT as well.

I appreciate the mention but I don't want to and can't promote the product on the board as I'm not a paid sponsor. If a paid advertiser like JPR wants to advertise it then that is great news and thanks Paul I hope you do well with them.

In the near future I hope to expand distribution to Texas, Florida, California, Latin American, Australia, etc.

Peter has agreed to help me promote the bag and handle sales in his area.

I am also very excited to be involved with HPA - they have a very high quality product line that I'm sure many will enjoy using for years to come.

That being said retail you can purchase the "Power Jig" bag today from several of the sponsoring dealers on this site.
 
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