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I fish on the 115x and I am thinking of making a tackle tube / lure holder that slides in the rail system on the kayak , for fast lure changing. I tend to change lures quite a bit and don't want to reach behind me anymore into my bag. Has anyone made any thing like this that slides into rails. :D
 

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I once lined a bucket with tubes. I used tubes I bought at a golf shop for lining a bag and hold clubs.
I fish on the 115x and I am thinking of making a tackle tube / lure holder that slides in the rail system on the kayak , for fast lure changing. I tend to change lures quite a bit and don't want to reach behind me anymore into my bag. Has anyone made any thing like this that slides into rails. :D
 

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A pool noodle over a rod holder works great for hanging plugs and lures on. When beat to snot it is also very cheap to replace.
 

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I used tubes from Home Depot. They are used to store fluorescent bulbs. Cheap as hell and easy to cut.

Pool Noodle is a great holder for lures. Almost indestructible!!!
 

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I made extensions for my rod holders to raise them up and slid pool noodles over them to hang lures on and it works great. I also have a water proof lure box I keep under the bungee for the Revo's pedal drive right between my legs on top of the hatch which has more stuff in it.
 

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I usually just hang my lures on my thighs...they always seem to end up there anyway...:eek:
 
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