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Okay quick question. I just bought a bunch of Roboworms. Is it okay to put them say in a Plano hard case ment for worm storage?

I know some like Berkley leaches dry up rock hard, and some will melt together. I just want to know what's safe.

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None of mine have changed.

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None of mine have changed.

Okay, so.. I might have to go into dangerous territory and shop on tackle warehouse for a holder...

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Just keep them in the bags. It's easier and costs less.  I keep all soft plastics in original packaging until needed and then they go into a Plano just for that day. They seem to last longer and the scent lasts longer if there is any.

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Worm binder would work too. The Berkley Gulp stuff does not store well outside the original container because of its strange juice stuff.. Kinda like using live bait.. But not quite the same.

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Dont ever go on tackle warehouse for "one thing" one thing turns into 20.

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Dont ever go on tackle warehouse for "one thing" one thing turns into 20.

No.. turns into $50 because I want free shipping.

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No.. turns into $50 because I want free shipping.

at least $50..
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Yep, spend a dollar to save a nickle, lol ...

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No.. turns into $50 because I want free shipping.

 

omg this.

 

I did keep them in bags, now I keep them in Plano boxes, doesn't matter, the worms themselves will have no adverse side effects ether way, just a preference in storage.

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Yep, spend a dollar to save a nickle, lol ...

I make myself hit $50 so I can pay $5 more and have it in 2 days.

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Keep them in the bags, roll the bags up/wrap them around themselves, and put the whole package in your Plano box. Best of both worlds, and you can avoid the accursed bait monkey.

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I make myself hit $50 so I can pay $5 more and have it in 2 days.

That's great. Lol

Spend more to save on shipping only to spend more to get it faster for less. And that ladies and gentlemen is how the bait monkey gets us.

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Keep them in the bags, roll the bags up/wrap them around themselves, and put the whole package in your Plano box. Best of both worlds, and you can avoid the accursed bait monkey.

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Of all the hundreds (thousands?) of bags of plastics I have, Roboworms are the easiest to store in their bags.  Better question is how to store/carry Salty Core Sticks or Rage Lizards.

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Of all the hundreds (thousands?) of bags of plastics I have, Roboworms are the easiest to store in their bags. Better question is how to store/carry Salty Core Sticks or Rage Lizards.

I wouldn't know. I have never tried either.. I have headed good things about the lizards but to be honest. I'm not that confident on using them, nor now how to properly use them.

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Bought a Berkley worm binder a couple weeks ago and I love it. I just put the bags inside the binder zip locks. Sometimes the original bag is to big and I cut off the top, only because I like to keep the label around and not have to guess the color or size of a worm. I wouldn't put my worms in a plano. The ones I have usually go dry or melt a bit and get all sticky. Just not worth it.

 

Also *** is awesome. lol. I really would love to find a website with free shipping without a minimum order. I also wouldn't mind finding a cheaper option for my stick baits than Gary Yamamoto's. I have tried some of the cheaper stuff and just haven't gotten the same results

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I keep mine in the original bags. I will get a box of those ziplock snack bags, put a couple of each worm in separate bags, and throw them in a worm file.

Cuts down on lugging 20lbs of worms on the jon boat or bank fishing. It's worked out so far, but it sure is hard to leave all the stuff at home. I always feel like I left something I might need...lol

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Bought a Berkley worm binder a couple weeks ago and I love it. I just put the bags inside the binder zip locks. Sometimes the original bag is to big and I cut off the top, only because I like to keep the label around and not have to guess the color or size of a worm. I wouldn't put my worms in a plano. The ones I have usually go dry or melt a bit and get all sticky. Just not worth it.

Also *** is awesome. lol. I really would love to find a website with free shipping without a minimum order. I also wouldn't mind finding a cheaper option for my stick baits than Gary Yamamoto's. I have tried some of the cheaper stuff and just haven't gotten the same results

I have heard that about the senko. The cheap ones don't have the same action on the down fall. Might be a buoyant substance they use?

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