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Anyone out there have suggestions for a large soft plastic binder or bag?  Up to now I have used the medium sized bps bag but it just isn't cutting it.  I'd prefer to have one large one.  Was looking at the jumbo shimano binder but I've heard it only comes with 10 ziplock pages and I haven't seen any pages sold separately for it.  

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I didn't even know there was binders like that for plastics. I put mine in a plano box LOL!

 

I would like to see some of these binders/bags.

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Harbor Freight has canvas tool bags for $6 more or less.   These work great for sorting out various plastics.  Not a big fan of the "one bag to hold them all" school of thought.   In my case, that bag would get way too heavy.  I like the 15" size best although the 11" size  works ok for smaller assortments.  Currently I keep a dozen or so in the boat - more or less.

10" worms - 7' ribbon tail worms - 5" paddle tail worms - Chompers - tx rig drop shot baits - nose hook drop shot baits - senkos -

assorted tx rig stick baits - finesse drop shot baits - ned rig baits - brush hogs - assorted other creature baits - Lizards - Yum Zellemanders - wait, seems like I keep more than a dozen and I'm pretty sure I'm forgetting some.

 

Anyway the advantage to these bags is that they are heavy duty canvas and you can just throw them in the bottom of the boat and no damage happens to them when you step on them and kick them out of the way.

 

Check it out, I find that a variety of canvas bags sorted by bait type works much better than a big bag to hold everything did.

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2 hours ago, Mjmj said:

Bass pro

http://www.basspro.com/shop/en/bass-pro-shops-extreme-worm-binders-large

 

Check out the double binder bag. I have 2 and they store all my plastics

 

That's what I'm currently using.  it's the same thing my father used when I was growing up 25 years ago and they work just fine. Just was wondering if I'm missing out on something better.

45 minutes ago, Fishes in trees said:

Harbor Freight has canvas tool bags for $6 more or less.   These work great for sorting out various plastics.  Not a big fan of the "one bag to hold them all" school of thought.   In my case, that bag would get way too heavy.  I like the 15" size best although the 11" size  works ok for smaller assortments.  Currently I keep a dozen or so in the boat - more or less.

10" worms - 7' ribbon tail worms - 5" paddle tail worms - Chompers - tx rig drop shot baits - nose hook drop shot baits - senkos -

assorted tx rig stick baits - finesse drop shot baits - ned rig baits - brush hogs - assorted other creature baits - Lizards - Yum Zellemanders - wait, seems like I keep more than a dozen and I'm pretty sure I'm forgetting some.

 

Anyway the advantage to these bags is that they are heavy duty canvas and you can just throw them in the bottom of the boat and no damage happens to them when you step on them and kick them out of the way.

 

Check it out, I find that a variety of canvas bags sorted by bait type works much better than a big bag to hold everything did.

 

I have been leaning towards the multiple bags.  I figured if I'm bank fishing it wouldn't be too bad to have all my stuff, then a separate empty one for a day bag that I could load up and start hiking.  It's what I do with all my other tackle so it wouldn't be the worst.  Lugging a 3700 Plano guide series bag was never an option.  And lugging all of my soft plastics would never work either.

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