Organizing Gear Storage: Tips?

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  • Brayden's avatar

    Such a satisfying feeling when it’s done!

  • Adam D's avatar

    you need to flip your time spent in turkey and deer season 😁

  • Kenneth's avatar

    Uh …. Maybe you have way to much …

  • Mike's avatar

    I can’t help with organizing, I’m a mess. But… keep those trail cams out year round my man. You can learn so much by watching them year round. And, you don’t have to worry about organizing them🤪

  • Brad's avatar

    @Adam man I love both. Spring is usually busier with life events tho

  • Brad's avatar

    @Kenneth 😂

  • Brad's avatar

    @Mike haha yeah for sure. I pulled these recently from the poacher property and haven’t decided where I’m putting them back up. This bag also has my old steel cases and some trail cam stuff I should prob just toss at this point 😂

  • Mike's avatar

    @Brad nah, outdoor hoarding is acceptable

  • Brad's avatar

    @Mike I think I’m gonna get out and drop some cameras on a few spots for turkey season for this property I normally hunt. Gonna try to get out and clear a quieter path into the creek too.

  • Mike's avatar

    @Brad typical man. Fresh off of success and off to the next conquest, haha. Did I mention I’ve already started the plans for next year’s improvements 🤪👊

  • Brad's avatar

    @Mike I’m possibly planning a deer hunt on 53K acres with @O2 and the GoWild boys... Check your texts

  • Mike's avatar

    @Brad as the text says…… I’m in!!

  • Bruce's avatar

    When I built the home where i live I built a special secure room for all my hunting gear. That was 1991, the problem is it’s not big enough.

  • Ferg's avatar

    Pretty much the same as yours man. An overall outdoor gear area with things compartmentalised into different activities like photography, hiking, shooting kinda thing. It’s worth doing eh, av pens 100’s of pounds on buying repeat items just to end up throwing them away in a clear out

  • Zach's avatar

    I’m jealous! I hope to be more organized for next upcoming seasons!

  • O2's avatar

    @Brad

  • Dan's avatar

    If i could give one tip, it's try to keep it that way now!! haha It's very easy in the rat race of a season to quickly have stuff laying everywhere.

  • Brad's avatar

    @Dan now that’s a good looking hunting room

  • David's avatar

    @Kenneth no such thing!🤣

  • David's avatar

    @Mike very acceptable, could be considered mandatory. 😁

  • David's avatar

    As you can tell by my posts i do a lot of fishing. I have all my tackle in separate bags - one for crankbaits, one for soft plastic jigs, one for terminal tackle, one for micro cranks and inline spinners. Just expanded into another to hold spinners and large cranks like jerk baits and I have a 16 rod stand coming. Its square and spins.
    All my old camo hunting clothes are sorted into short and long sleeve tees,top and bottom base layers and shirts and pants.
    Archery stuff is just getting started.😁

  • Brad's avatar

    @David this man knows haha

  • Christopher's avatar

    Now a have a goal for my storage room nice very nice

  • Kenneth's avatar

    Or maybe… the “ Game” the one where the person with the most toys wins .. is never won. See pic its a part of mine . 😎

  • Brad's avatar

    @Kenneth 😂 ok here comes the truth!

  • David's avatar

    My organized chaos.

  • David's avatar

    And more.

  • Steve's avatar

    I need to do this as well how long did it take to organize everything?

  • Jim's avatar

    I store gear that gets used seasonally in big plastic bins with lids. I take an inventory of what lives in each bin and make a list that goes in an envelope taped to the outside. This makes it easy to know what’s in there and what is running low. It also makes it easier to get what I need vs. searching through every bin. When it comes to camping gear, I just load the camping bins in the car and go.

  • Brad's avatar

    @Steve two hours

  • Brad's avatar

    @Jim that’s a good idea. I’ve always wanted to inventory my deep freeze this way so I’m not digging through it

  • Jim's avatar

    If I were going to inventory a freezer, I would get different colored tape and use it to mark different cuts or meats and mark the corresponding colors on a master list.

  • Jim's avatar

    @Brad I’m sure @Dan probably has a smart freezer with wifi, gps, and a robot that will tell you what you have in the freezer while it folds your laundry…

  • Brad's avatar

    @Jim you’re probably right Dan is a gear guy

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