Saturday, July 17, 2010

A4 Sized Eging Keeper Experiment

I've always wanted to have a bigger Eging pouch to keep my squid jigs instead of the usual sizes that tackle shops provide. So i had this idea when i saw the file at Daiso. I got some material from my office and Daiso All Purpose Glue...



I went to work on it today. Glued the sides and bottom to the edges of the file. I got itchy though and sprayed paint some stuff... It turned out disastrous but i could improve on the next version...

The keepers at the side are just experiments... I wonder if they will work and not be a problem there...

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The completed version waiting for glue to dry... itchy butt me went to spray...
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5 comments:

Taufik Sardon said...

Do you really need that big of a folder for jigs? If its for quantity I can understand but there's far too much extra space left in the center... unless you're going to velcro the center as well... but still too big for any normal luring bag.

A good idea would be to use a harder folder so it doesn't damage the jigs when it flexes...

Nigel said...

Thats the thing.... i need more space. buahahaha.... always bring too many jigs on trips

Paddy Pike said...

Looks good to me Nigel, I am like you, I always take more than i need, Just in case Haha,
Regards,
,,,Paddy,,,

Taufik Sardon said...

Just bring them along like you used to lor... use the plastic box. Lan lan need to wash every jig after every trip but its still more compact and effective than an oversized folder.

You might want to get a slightly thicker folder, then can make double decker with an extra piece of plastic card in the middle, so you can paste all your velcro on the plastic plate. Will look and feel more organized really... can do one.

-_-" if not sure, just call Vin Yeo... he'll muster up something nice for you... for a price.

Nigel said...

Its compact enuff to fit into my blue fishing bag... just nicely..kekekeke

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