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I know this has been brought up before but can't find it. Is it better to store soft plastics in their own bags or in a plano type box. if ya'll store them in their bags how do you store all of them in your boats. I currently have them in zip-locks but I'm no liking it to much. any thoughts?

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I use a backpack for all of my plastics. but i dont store them in my boat. they stay in the house. it gets too hot outside for me to keep them out in the boat.

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i use a BROWNING fish binder , i put the original package into the binder sleeves , works excellent !! i've recently down sized from my OKEECHOBEE FATS 8 370 tackle bag to a back pack . now i carry 2 370 sized trays and the binder plus 2 5x9 terminal tackle trays for my hooks and such . but to get to the point , check out the binder i'm talking about , you'll love it ... :ohttp://www.basspro.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Product_10151_-1_10001_103999_100011010_100000000_100011000_100-11-10

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I fish plastics, either by them selves or on jig heads way more than any other baits. I also have had both my thumbs broken and they do not work right, so those resealable bags are a pain for me. I store bulk home in the original bags. I bring 4 3700 boxes filled with me on trips, as the box snaps are easier for me to open and close.

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Hey Muddy I didnt know you were a former pool hustler

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Nah, not quite as thrilling. I was crossing a street in Brooklyn, guy in a van came through a light hit me, I had my arms out and when I landed, Fractured my arm, broke both thumbs and dislocated my shoulder, as well as a hairline fracture in my left leg!

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I use a binder for my tubes and NetBait Paca Chunks.  I put everything else in a duffle bag just because I havent bought more binders.  I can find what I want pretty easily since I prepare for the lake Im going to and stick the bags of plastics I feel I would use the most on top.  I still leave alot at home on the wall because I dont need all my stuff with me when I go out.  I personally wouldnt put my soft plastics in a plano type box.  I fear that the heat will melt them while on the water on a hot day.  When Im home, I store them all on a peg board at home in the basement.  

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i store them in a browning binder, but the original bag is just as good, doesnt really matter i just like to be organized and not have 100 different bags all over the place instead of all of them in a binder.

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All my plastics hang on a peg board in my garage in the original bag. It just takes a glance to see if I need to restock. When I get ready to head out I grab the ones I want and throw them in their compartment in my boat.  

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