Storage for plastics

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Storage for plastics

Postby goldrod » Sun Aug 12, 2018 5:32 pm

If your like me your always looking to buy some plastics but you dont have any more room for them.
Or if your bank fishing and you want to take some plastics with you but dont have time to pack a backpack heres a great tip
Homedepot and Lowes have the zippered tool bags. Looks like a students pencil bag but far more durable. You can put some bags of plastics in it and if your on your boat just fill out a card and put in in the view slot to know what you have in there. If your bank fishing just use a clip and you can clip it to your belt lope and it won't hold you down. I am not sure if they are water proof but you can check
They just helped me with saving space and can be labeled so that you know whats in them.
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Re: Storage for plastics

Postby bpettus2 » Sun Aug 12, 2018 6:37 pm

Yeah there like bank envelopes good idea . I like something I can see clear so the money bags work well too

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Re: Storage for plastics

Postby Hobie-Wan Kenobi » Sun Aug 12, 2018 8:32 pm

I do that with ZipLock bags. I group my plastics by type so I can easily see and grab what I need.
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Re: Storage for plastics

Postby accodn2ryan » Mon Aug 13, 2018 1:57 pm

ccass wrote:I do that with ZipLock bags. I group my plastics by type so I can easily see and grab what I need.


I do this as well.

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Re: Storage for plastics

Postby medicpelle » Sat Aug 18, 2018 1:32 pm

Gallon freezer zip lock bags for me as well.

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Re: Storage for plastics

Postby btoups » Mon Aug 27, 2018 11:48 am

Good ideas. Thanks for sharing.

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Re: Storage for plastics

Postby stykbowslim » Wed Oct 10, 2018 4:00 pm

accodn2ryan wrote:
ccass wrote:I do that with ZipLock bags. I group my plastics by type so I can easily see and grab what I need.


I do this as well.


Yup, me also

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Re: Storage for plastics

Postby fishing_tx » Sat Nov 03, 2018 9:41 am

Infuriatingly, all the plastics pouches I have seen for sale have easily rusted eyes and rings. I have taken to using an offshore style bag that has mesh/clear plastic sections. The one I have is like the Plano Z-Series Wrap. They're only $20, and they hold a ton of plastics in a way that's easy to deal with (especially if you are on a boat). They are too big for bank fishing or kayak fishing. On the yak, I really only carry what fits in an 8"x4" box. I can do a lot with a few paddle tails and jigheads.
Transducers are great for finding fish; when torn off the transom, it's shallow enough.


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