The best way I’ve found to rid your mind, body, and spirit of these lure clutter clusters is to Ebay them. I stand by the old saying, “One man’s junk is another man’s treasure.” I’ve found it to be amazing that the mistake you made by buying a lure to catch bass in XYZ lake in Ohio, is the best lure-buying decision ever for someone else to try and catch fish in ABC lake in Texas. The global market opens up a whole world to fishing equipment, no pun intended. But, I’m not going to get into how to properly sell the stuff on your own. I actually advise finding someone that has a business selling used stuff on Ebay, preferably fishing stuff, and letting them do it for you in exchange for a percentage of the sales. Simply tell them this: “I want to hand you a giant pile of fishing stuff, you arrange it for sale on Ebay, and send me a check when its gone.” The day you get the check, I assure you will be super happy to put that towards new bass fishing goodies to eventually make more piles…hopefully of the stuff you know you need and will use often. Just be sure to ask what cut of the sale you get vs the Ebay seller. And a seller that is more savvy with how to sell fishing lures, will get you more cash for your stuff.