Kit Loadout

GingUK

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So lately I’ve been thinking of ways to improve my setup and though maybe some people have better ideas and want to share their Loadout and why they chose parts of it.

Mine is directed to matches

Seatbox
-draws contain rigs and terminal tackle
-cassette box had feeder stuff and pole pots

Side tray (maver storm)
- keep all bait in here so I can prep at home and just pop in car then on box already done so nothing to do at bank

Rod hold-all (map dual)
-3 ready made rods 2xfeeder 1x waggled covers most rod work
-pole with topkits (all have eleastic protector bungs so I can just push together and done)
-margin pole matches all topkits to one set of topkits needed
-landing net handle and keepnet quick release for box

Rollers bag
-2 map rollers
-top kit roost

Accessories bag (map lay flat)
- big compartment has extra tray and groundbait bowl and spare leg
- 1 part had extra box accessories I don’t use often
- another had cupping kits, mini pellet pump, other small items
- final one has spare reel and towels.

Stink bag
-4 keepnets and 1 small landing net (small fishing days) normal size net for bigger fish

Additional things I’ve done.
- pole has tape to mark roller locations so I can setup faster.
- all topkits have protector bungs so can literally push together and done
- all bait is prept and put in the side tray ready with catty in the sleeves so always to hand.
- keep quick releases on box so I can quick add what I need.


What’s you Loadout and tips to speed things up or be more efficient?
 

Paul22

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Geez let me think ......
Seat box with all my rigs line hooks feeders kinder pots just about everything in it.......
Traditional hook wallet with most of my pre-tied hooks in it.......a guru method hook box for my 4inch method hooks.
A magnetic hook box for all my loose hooks.
A Preston 4 way bits box with my story in it no6-8-9-11
A shot remover
A knot picker
Several bait drills and needles
Bombs different sizes
Plummets different sizes
Catapults in the base of box
Pole cups and elastic fluid base of box
Spare spools base of box
No footplate on box I removed it so 2 long keepnet arms on box
Ripple bar on box with pole sock if needed
Main hold-all with pole landing net handles and rod rest which attaches to box also a few bank sticks for extra keepnets if required (very rare)?
Ready rod bag 1 for commercial venues with 10ft feeder rod and 11 ft pellet waggler and short bomb rod
Ready rod bag 2 with 11 ft feeder rod and 13ft feeder rod usually for natural venues instead of ready rod bag 1
Stink bag with 4 keepnets nets plus 4 landing net heads.
Bait bucket and riddle bucket usually carries pellets and ground bait to peg.
Preston coolbag for all my hook bait maggots etc and flask usually keep my towels in there.
2 pole rollers which stay in the bag on the trolley.
Preston trolley.
Preston bait tray with square bowl that slides underneath (old but reliable)

So usually have 2 rod bags with me unless it’s a pole venue
Don’t use pole roosts

It might not look it but it’s quite a compact set up and pretty minimalist compared to just about everyone I fish against or with
???
 

cockneybob

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Two very good write up lads on what, where and how you store and prepare the different items you take with you, it give me an insight on what to have and where to put my gear when I prepare my tackle next time.
 

Bob Astill

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I am a tackle tart so I would not know where to start i take way to much gear but i never know what i am going to need :) i do leave a lot in the van though when i have had a look at the peg
 

sly

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What’s you Loadout and tips to speed things up or be more efficient?
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That sentence alone is an alien concept ???
 

johng19

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Additional things I’ve done.
- pole has tape to mark roller locations so I can setup faster.

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Iv never thought of that, I'll give it ago.
 

tipitinmick

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What’s you Loadout and tips to speed things up or be more efficient?
That sentence alone is an alien concept ???
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As Peter simply throws it all out on the ground for him. ????
 
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