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Stuffing all my terminal tackle in a Oxo tin leaves one item of tackle un-protected, the float. Long waggler’s are always vulnerable to breakages so the Palmer Float Case is ideal, light and strong and can hold up to ten 14″ floats.

To store shorter floats I have come up the rather ingenious (I’ll say it myself) solution of using a cotton surgeons tool roll which looks like Efgeeco themselves could have stitched  it together. It can take up to around twenty floats and rolls up into a neat little bundle, this one is made by S Rampling of 8 Market street, Cambridge.