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My soft plastics go in the plano zip worm bags
in original packages,
got a BPS worm wallet for crappie jigs
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Took a page from the paddling book and got myself a second crate for the motor boat. Can get 6 of the 3600 boxes in a standard crate (8 in the file sized crates from office supply stores). I have a few more than 6-8 plano 3600s, the ones I'm not using for the day reside in an old file cabinet.
Attached a mesh pocket to one side of the crate for tools and line.



A web strap makes a shoulder strap if needed but it really ain't too fun to carry very far. Works like a charm otherwise, cheap, very sturdy and will also dbl as a fair seat if need be.

As for huge tackle bags, BPS sells their brand backpack tackle bag. My son has one and it is a good sturdy bag, zips apart for lighter trips and hold a ton of gear.

 

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Absolutely leave the bulk of your plastics in their original packages no matter how you store the bags, if the seal don't seal drop the whole package in a ziplock. Not that it makes a lot of sense, but if you put them in a plastic box, and moisture collects and stays for a while colors will fade & get milky, or they'' stick together, or you'll pinch them in the lid, or all sorts of other nasty things.........
 
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