But is there a trick/technique for storing multi-hook lures on a leader?
The best solution that I have found for organizing lures and hooks with (and without) leaders is using pieces of foam floor padding that are cut to fit my tray compartments.
Below is a description of what's in each compartment (left to right) of the tray that is pictured below.
You'll notice that all of the treble hooks have one prong removed. I do this primarily to increase the efficiency of the hook set and strength but a major side benefit is for storage space. (See separate topic titled: "PapaD, why are all of your treble hooks broken? The beauty of duplex hooks")
Since the contents are random items I grabbed just for this photo not all of them have leaders. If I was going out for the day in my paddle (not pedal) kayak, most if not all of the lures would have leaders pre-attached.
#1. (left) Swimbait and cocktail (or anything with a single hook in the middle). Note that the foam has a V-notch in the middle for setting the hooks.
#2. Live bait hooks with leaders marked with hook size, leader strength, and leader length. Note that the leaders are wound into short slits on each end marked with a felt pen to make them easy to see in low light without changing glasses.
#3. Loose lures (jerk-bait and rattletrap) without leaders get stuck into small pieces of the foam to keep them from tangling.
#4. Long broken-back lure with leader and hook set on the side.
#5. Two 1 oz KastMasters and two Krocodiles with elastic hair tie holding them to the foam.
#6-top. Roughly a dozen rooster tails and super dupers hung on the narrow strip of foam to keep them from getting tangled.
#6-bottom. Trout lures with pieces of synthetic cork on their hooks again to keep them from getting tangled.
On the lid you will see a repurposed prescription bottle did I use to keep loose hooks, snaps and swivels. They are easy to open and yet still very secure.
Hope this helps.
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