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Old 11-15-2010, 07:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Really really need to organize my fishing stuff. Have way to much.
Picked up some pegboard from home depot. All they had was a big 4'x8' sheet and I had them cut it into quarters. Need to get a few more nails but it is fine for now. I might move it downstairs anyways...
Thoughts on the plastic melting in the garage? It is convenient in the garage but downstairs would work also...
Have way more stuff to hang just put some stuff out that I had laying downstairs.


My cluster I need to work on
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Finish it all up and fill it tighter than Fish63's tackle room.
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Old 11-16-2010, 08:23 AM   #3 (permalink)
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the plastic will be fine. it takes like 350 degrees to melt. looks good.
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Look around for stores going out of business, I picked up a full size moving box (300 or so) of the hooks/pegs for $10 at an old craft store that was closing down.

The tackle box just keeps expanding out of the planos into the boat, and now into the house!
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Finish it all up and fill it tighter than Fish63's tackle room.
That would be impossible!

Sb I like the inside idea a little better. Going to switch it around a bit.

Ya need to look for a deal. The hangers were .75 cents each.
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Finish it all up and fill it tighter than Fish63's tackle room.
That would be impossible!

Sb I like the inside idea a little better. Going to switch it around a bit.

Ya need to look for a deal. The hangers were .75 cents each.
I'd do it in the garage. When you start drilling aimlessly for holes in the basement you're gonna have more holes to patch then you caused backing in your boat into the garage...
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Old 11-17-2010, 10:58 PM   #7 (permalink)
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if you go on ebay you can find good prices on pegboard hooks. i bought 200 for less than 10 cents ea
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Old 11-18-2010, 05:02 AM   #8 (permalink)
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if you go on ebay you can find good prices on pegboard hooks. i bought 200 for less than 10 cents ea
Thanks for the heads up Byron!
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Just seeing that gives me an auto-reflex to reach for the price sticker gun.
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Just seeing that gives me an auto-reflex to reach for the price sticker gun.
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