12 ways to get your fishing gear organized in your home.

12 ways to get your fishing gear organized in your home.

For the avid fly-fisherman who seems to have too much gear, keeping it all organized can be daunting. With the myriad of lines, reels, and accessories, you might not know where to begin. Maybe you can create a dedicated room or corner of a room. How do you maximize space for all your stuff?

To help you get organized, Ryan Castillo from Redfin Blog reached out to fishing experts like me and outfitters to help you transform your home into the ultimate fishing paradise. Read on to find out tips and tricks the pros use to keep their gear clutter-free in order to maximize their time hunting for the big catch: https://www.redfin.com/blog/organize-fishing-gear-in-your-home/

 

A garage or spare room is a great place to store your fishing gear.

 

Big flies in big fly boxes. Big streamers need room to lie flat so they don’t tangle up and ruin them.

Montana fly fishing fly tying

Attach a pegboard to the wall near your tying bench to store fly tying materials. This displays the materials and keeps them neat, out of the way, and within easy reach. 

For more fly fishing tips & tricks, and Montana fly-fishing trips visit FishTales Outfitting.

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