Storing Z-Man Lures (So They Don’t Melt)
By: Tony Acevedo on September 20, 2019
Have you ever tried to store your Z-Man lures in a plastic container, or with other soft plastic lures?
If you have, you’ve likely noticed that they easily melt!
It’s heartbreaking getting to your honey hole, seeing tailing reds, and reaching for your favorite Z-Man lures, only to find they’re melted and out of commission!
Thankfully, there’s a way to combat this, stay organized, and save space at the same time.
Watch the video below to learn how.
Storing Z-Man Lures [VIDEO]
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It’s a great way to stay organized so there aren’t packs of lures scattered around your boat or kayak.
Have you had trouble with Z-Man lures melting?
How have you stored them?
Let me know in the comments below!
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