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Old 10-01-04, 01:18 PM   #1
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Default ? about soft plastics???

do you leave the soft plastics in their bags or take them out and put them in the plano box compartments?
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Old 10-01-04, 01:23 PM   #2
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Leave them in their bags. I stuff the bags into worm binders separated by type of bait. Takes up less room that way.
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Old 10-01-04, 01:53 PM   #3
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I have a bunch of space open in the top of my big tackle box, so i just throw all the bag in there. It will keep your baits fresh for much longer if you keep them in the bags.
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Old 10-01-04, 02:02 PM   #4
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Bags. Mine are concentrated with Fish Formula, so if i take em out, I lose the attraction.

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Old 10-01-04, 03:12 PM   #5
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Default Re: ? about soft plastics???

in plano boxes some tend to bleed in to the box i use binders and keep them in there own bag.

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Old 10-01-04, 08:48 PM   #6
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yeah, keep it in the bag
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Old 10-01-04, 09:30 PM   #7
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i put mine in plano boxes..some of the boxes are labeled with contents,others are search and destroy.
don't need no stinkin organ- I- zation.
i like surprises..lmao ;D
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Default Re: ? about soft plastics???

I don't know where I keep my soft plastics. I've got random bags of them lying around in my garage and my room.
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Old 10-02-04, 05:36 PM   #9
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Default Re: ? about soft plastics???

I keep mine in the bags and put it into binders.
You can actually store a shocking amount of worms in a binder
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yep i have 2 i can barley get shut.

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Default Re: ? about soft plastics???

I keep mine in both bags and the clear boxes. In the bags these are extras, and in the boxes are my main baits.
Make sure that if you put your worms in boxes that they won't melt or bleed.
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Old 10-02-04, 08:53 PM   #12
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In the bag in the box!!!
I have a special box that has the seperaters like a plano but each of the seperate holes is deep enough to put 5 bags of plastics,and there are about 12 seprate 5 bag holes in the box, so the box will hold about 50-60 bags!

You can get them in the sewing department at wal-mart,speaking of which I need another one,I'm having trouble closing the lid,to many brush hogs!!!

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[quote author=Buzzking link=board=news;num=1096647485;start=0#11 date=10/02/04 at 19:53:06]In the bag in the box!!!
I have a special box that has the seperaters like a plano but each of the seperate holes is deep enough to put 5 bags of plastics,and there are about 12 seprate 5 bag holes in the box, so the box will hold about 50-60 bags!

You can get them in the sewing department at wal-mart,speaking of which I need another one,I'm having trouble closing the lid,to many brush hogs!!!

PHIL G.[/quote]


Great idea, I was wondering who would come up with that Idea. I have the binders, and have 3 that are over-full. Plus I have 8 plano boxes full, plus about 40-50 bags still not even brought along, just of backups of my favorites(such as lizards)and I still keep buying more . I will have to check those out a Wallyworld. But to answer the original question, I now prefer the bags, just becuase they hold the scent better, but I still use scent anyways so to me it's what easiest for each person. I love organization while getting my boat ready, but when I hit the water, well everything is everywhere, and I clean it up after I'm done fishing ;D

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