The Fishing Lure Storage Box That is Really a Bag – or a Roll
When fishing is what you do a lot of the time, you need to have your stuff handy. That word, stuff, has been picked on down the years by school teachers who want kids to be more specific and descriptive, but hey, if you’re past the school stage, maybe waaayyy past it, and we’re talking about fishing, that’s the kind of equipment we’re referring to. Sorry, Ms. Carlsen, but we’re fishing enthusiasts and our stuff is what’s known as fishing tackle. We’re out of class now, but if we should be more specific, we need fishing lure storage, and to be exact, we’re talking about Nomad Tackle’t lure storage bags. Read More
A popular internet search term may well be a lure storage box, because the humble old box has traditionally been used for keeping stuff in. Now, though, lure storage is more sophisticated than that, just as lures themselves are more sophisticated.
You Keep the Bait in Your Bag? The Old Guard Wouldn’t Understand
Old Ms. Carlsen wouldn’t necessarily even know what a lure was, because in her day bait was live, and of course, there are still those who swear by that, but they have obviously never tried our artificial lures.
The thing about lures is that they can be a little bit bigger than the sort of bait people used to use. And because there are so many options – all useful additions to your arsenal – carrying them around with you is a very good idea. At Nomad Tackle, we have developed a lure storage bag which doubles as a roll. It’s designed to take as many as 22 big DTX 220 size minnows, rigged and ready for action. That equates to one hell of a lot of live bait and the kind of range and variety that you’re just not going to get with the slimy, wriggly ones.
Converting Your Lure Storage Bag into a Roll
Open the bag up and lay it flat and there are all these lure-shaped mesh pockets, so you can slip your array of lures neatly in there and you’re equipped for anything the day can throw at you. Roll it up, take it on the trip and when the time is right, unroll it and there they are, all present and correct. If conditions start off one way and change to something else, your knowledge and experience may tell you to try a different lure. No problem, if you’ve got one of our fishing lure bags – and they are called bags because if you find it more convenient to carry a bag in your hand rather than a roll under your arm, a quick bit of reconfiguring is all it takes. There is a video on here, showing you how to do it. It’s not rocket science, but this will just enable you to get it right first time and in future, you’ll be able to convert it in seconds.
It's rugged – and it’s washable, so when you get home after a good day’s sport and the lure bag smells a bit fishy because you’ve been handing the things and it’s inevitable, you can open it right up, wash it down and hang it up to dry. Even Ms. Carlsen would be impressed that you’re so civilized.
So Easy to Order
Getting your Nomad lure storage bag couldn’t be easier. A couple of clicks on the ordering page, give us your address and flash your credit card details and it’s all done. Or if you want to do it Ms. Carlsen’s way, give us your location and we’ll tell you where your local Nomad dealer is.Read Less