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Offline yakattack

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Re-kitting the Tackle box after a swamping accident
« on: July 28, 2013, 09:58:48 pm »
Hay guys,

So a few weeks ago I was trolling for walleye in Amherstburg and got swamped and lost all of my tackle barring a few crank baits (cheaps).

So with that said I need to re kit and on a budget. I target walleye, perch, and bass.  So far I have picked up a few jig heads (basic colors) a few bottom bouncers, and a few spinning rigs for the bottom bouncers.

What else is a must have in my tackle box for the yak. Keep in mind a limited budget so they need to be pretty versatile.

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Re: Re-kitting the Tackle box after a swamping accident
« Reply #1 on: July 29, 2013, 08:45:09 am »
Soft plastics with wide gap hooks.. very versatile for almost any application and can get you back on the water until you can re-stock. Flukes, lizards, grubs and tubes won't break the bank and some wide gaps in various sizes depending on the size of baits.. $100 should keep you rolling for the season easily.
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Re: Re-kitting the Tackle box after a swamping accident
« Reply #2 on: July 30, 2013, 07:21:33 am »
I'll second that thought about soft plastics being very versatile and fairly cheap. You can use them in almost any application on the water.


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