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Thursday, November 30, 2017
By Eric Granstrom
For, I'm Eric Granstrom. For what seems like the umpteenth time in two few years, I'm moving again. No, I'm not moving away...just to another home within the same community. Each time I move, which I'm sure is a common discovery for anyone else who's moved lately, I find I have more stuff. And as I near the end of my current move, which I hope will be my last for a number of years, I find I have more fishing stuff than I remember. I didn't dare do a count, but let's just say the entire conversation of storing my rods has become a "thing!" In the house I'm moving out of, I had some pretty nifty, open rafters in the low-ceiling'd garage to be able to reach up and gently nestle my rods above the cross beams. That's not possible in my new garage, however, because it's finished. Oh sure, the drywall looks great and it's actually over twice as large as my last garage, I was still in a quandary over where to store everything. Until I thought out of the box and used a wire-framed shoe shelf. You can see it on Facebook. You just need to think outside the box. Until next time, Good Fishing!