stripping baskets?

does any one know where I can find a stripping basket (either in perth or on line)?




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 I bought a fairly decent one

Thu, 2011-01-13 17:01

 I bought a fairly decent one years ago from Bluewater in Scarborough, anybodies guess if they still stock them.

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Flyworld should have a few.

Thu, 2011-01-13 17:04

Flyworld should have a few. Bluewater Melville actually had some custom ones made for the saltwater flyrodders which are better though. Speak to Rohan and see if theres any still available (slim chance unfortnately).


Dont forget the cable ties.

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Are you fishing from a boat or land based?

Thu, 2011-01-13 17:33

the old washing basket with cable ties was reccomended to me for boat based!!



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why not make one?

Thu, 2011-01-13 17:38

why not make one?

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yeah i youtubed it, probably

Thu, 2011-01-13 18:11

yeah i youtubed it, probably will end up making my own. thanks tho, they seem to be hard to find online.


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Fri, 2011-01-14 06:49 amazing wholesale price and if you find cheaper in Australia they will match it!



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 a shopping basket , with a

Sun, 2011-01-30 16:44

 a shopping basket , with a bungee works pretty well and very cheap ....

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my advice

Sun, 2011-01-30 17:02

is to rig up a cheap one and see if you like them first. personally I didn't like them. If they are your thing, then go and get a nice one. get like a cheap rubbermaid basket or the like, cable tie it to a belt and give it a bash.


FWIW some guys I went on a trip with all used Orvis which was moulded plastic with cones in it to prevent tangles - they did say they had to drill holes in to drain any water though. I tried it and as I said I didn't like it. No idea if you can buy them in australia though.


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