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storing soft plastics #13570839 05/25/20 05:36 PM
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best way to stay organized?

seen the kvd worm bags

buzbe boxes and store the worms out of the bag $$$$$


trying to organize my zx250 better instead of wasting time searching

Re: storing soft plastics [Re: Daniel1381] #13571434 05/26/20 11:53 AM
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I use 3600 and 3700 boxes. I label them and stand them on their sides. I have dozens of them.

Re: storing soft plastics [Re: Daniel1381] #13574989 05/29/20 12:09 PM
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Keep in original bag. Use Tupperware containers with no lids.


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Re: storing soft plastics [Re: Daniel1381] #13575005 05/29/20 12:20 PM
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I'm like dayne I keep all mine in plano boxes on the boat. They've never had any issues at all.

Re: storing soft plastics [Re: Daniel1381] #13575021 05/29/20 12:28 PM
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One gallon zip lock bags. Separate them by brand/style. Easy to see into. Quiet when bangin waves. Inexpensive. Pack em in.


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Re: storing soft plastics [Re: Daniel1381] #13575084 05/29/20 01:12 PM
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+1 on the zip locks! thumb

Re: storing soft plastics [Re: Daniel1381] #13575424 05/29/20 04:17 PM
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I use the original bags or ziplock bags and put similar bags of plastics in a mesh laundry bag to keep them together. I have a bag for worms, one for creature baits, one for swim baits and one for senkos....


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Re: storing soft plastics [Re: Daniel1381] #13578157 06/01/20 01:06 PM
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Plastic shoe boxes sterilite at Wally World. Just label what’s inside.
Keep them in original bags. Works great.


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Re: storing soft plastics [Re: Daniel1381] #13578401 06/01/20 04:39 PM
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I have several of the Bass Mafia Money Bags... They work great! I really like the fact that it has a zip top & plastic slide lock.

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Re: storing soft plastics [Re: Daniel1381] #13579539 06/02/20 01:42 PM
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Both.... I have Plano boxes for baits/colors I use most often and everything else is in original bags separated into gallon zip locks in the driver side rod locker or one of the compartments in the back.

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og bags in cheap tupperware labled boxes. walmart has em on sale for .99 alot of times.


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bags fit perfect


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Re: storing soft plastics [Re: SteezMacQueen] #13579970 06/02/20 07:09 PM
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Originally Posted by SteezMacQueen
One gallon zip lock bags. Separate them by brand/style. Easy to see into. Quiet when bangin waves. Inexpensive. Pack em in.

Very efficient on space utilization also. Be sure to use the freezer version that uses thicker/tougher material. Label them with a Sharpie, then keep the Sharpie in the boat to black-out the last few feet of your braided fishing line.

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