Jig Storage!

How does everyone store there jigs/hooks/leaders when going out jigging? Ive just gotmyself a SWLAB jig bag, pretty swank, holds about 20 big jigs and about 6 small ones. Plus 2 pockets for leaders/sparehooks/rings.

Ill get a picture of it up later on!

What everyone else use?

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Welcome Shizz

Wed, 2006-08-09 20:19

Nice to see that you've joined the SWlab jig bag revolution Shizza. Had one for about 3 months now, awwwwwwesome for storage and easy jig selection. Rate them!


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Looking myself

Wed, 2006-08-09 20:22

G'Day Shizz,

Do you stock those at the shop, and if so what price would I be looking at?


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nice bag

Wed, 2006-08-09 20:23

how much 4 the sw baggie??

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Wed, 2006-08-09 20:50

Think they were $25 or $35, can't remember now, but bloody good value if you've got a few jigs. Even the other pockets are good for keeping accessories. I've got one for almost everything, 1 lure bag, 1 jig bag, 1 bottom rigs bag and a tackle bag, more than I know what to do with, but make keeping endless amounts of fishing tackle simple!


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about 30-35 retail. Dont

Wed, 2006-08-09 21:21

about 30-35 retail. Dont have any currently, but will be ordering more in in the next few weeks. And yeh adam, those pockets all come in handy, fits my leader spool perfectly and hooks/rings fit easily into the second pocket.

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I this one from Singapore

Wed, 2006-08-09 22:08

I got this one from Singapore last yr and filled up pretty quick before it got back here. Holds 24 jigs and has 2 plier pouchs, 2 velcroed pockets (back and forth)

The front

Page 1

Page 2 and 3

Last page

Last one

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bought mine a while back,

Wed, 2006-08-09 22:44

bought mine a while back, and filled it up in 3 months =)
same design as yours! with the pages and everything.
don't know how I'd live without one.
It weighs 12+kg! Great for weightlifting, and testing the drag on a rod.. I need another one though, its full, and I got a fair few in the 300-550g lying around...

Got another bag for the 50-300g jigs too, thats a bit lighter...

do my eyes spot a fisherman jig honsu..?
Ooh, also, for future buyers, its just in my opinion that jigbags with the layout such as whats shown at the top are better... simply because when vertical, they have a tendency to 'pierce' through the bags, due to the weight and pressure, while that wouldnt really happen when lying vertically.

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nice bag honsu but yeh like

Thu, 2006-08-10 19:11

nice bag honsu but yeh like the way the jigs sit in the swlab one. Now to fill it up, only have like 7 jigs left after exmouth :P