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Send me your address, I'd be happy to donate my used plastics to the cause.

Otherwise, remove the hooks

And Throw that mess in the trash.

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A-Jay

 

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22 hours ago, A-Jay said:

Send me your address, I'd be happy to donate my used plastics to the cause.

Otherwise, remove the hooks

And Throw that mess in the trash.

:smiley:

A-Jay

 

So if you put a drop shot on lets say, then decided to cut off the leader and keep the hook and robo worm in a pile you think its best to just toss the plastic even if you didn't use it?

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31 minutes ago, GoneFishingLTN said:

So if you put a drop shot on lets say, then decided to cut off the leader and keep the hook and robo worm in a pile you think its best to just toss the plastic even if you didn't use it?

I rig my soft plastic baits at the time of use, as needed. Not in advance so I rarely run into that.

I understand what you mean as I have in the past debated on what to do with trailers that are not ratty. 

Leaving them rigged when I am fishing a lot, say for a trip or two seems ok.

Longer than that I worry about the hooks being damaged.

Especially on baits with heavy salt content. 

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Just remove everything from the hooks when done and put back in their original bag or tackle bin, and do the same with the hooks…unless you’re going to use the same setup again the next day, or you have some issue with used plastics - then just toss them (the plastics - keep the hooks).

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My Buds throw all their used plastics in ziplock bags and give them to me at the end of the season. I sort them by colors, remelt, and shoot into new baits.....no elaztech please. 

I remove mine at the end of the day and return them to their packaging, as Team9nine stated. If torn up, into the remelt pile they go. Brian. 

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