Ok I started making my own harnesses but now I have a new problem. How to store them for travel with out them getting all tangled up? I have like 20 made hanging in my work area and dont know what to do with them now.
I've taken the noodle one step further to avoid the huge box, for the non-boat owner.
Get a prolatch 3700, the kind most use in their softbags for other baits. It measures 14"L x 8.75"W x 2"H. Take your basic pool noodle and cut individual pieces 1 and 7/8 long. Lay the piece on end and shave off a heavy 1/8 to create a flat end. Mark about a 1/4 slit on the rounded top and make a small slice for your loop/swivel.
Wrap each harness on its own piece and you can house 14 harnesses. Use
the dividers provided, and labeling is up to you.
A more compact version is to use foam pipe insulation. It is cheap. It comes with a slit already for the swivels. It is much smaller than the pool noodle and it works just fine. I cut mine about 7" long and four pieces fit into a one gallon ziplock bag. Easy storage for spinners and leaders.
I ordered some off Ebay that came in a really cheap very mobile system. They were in individual plastic ziplock bags about 2.5x2.5 with a hole punch hole near the top. He then had a notecard ring that he put through the holes. If I get a chance later I will put some pics up, as my explanation is probably lacking
I store mine on noodle very similar to roger, however I take the treble and insert it eye first into the noodle. I push it down enough to bury the point in the noodle that way you don't have to worry about getting hooked.