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Spinner storage idea.
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Found this idea on another site works great!

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Posted on: 5/26 7:32:38
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Re: Spinner storage idea.
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Not a bad idea. I love spinners & rigs and have around 100 pre-
tied. I just wind them up on three fingers and put them in the 3" x 3" bagette ziplocs. I can store way more in much less space than the pool noodles.

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Ret-ro wrote:
Not a bad idea. I love spinners & rigs and have around 100 pre-
tied. I just wind them up on three fingers and put them in the 3" x 3" bagette ziplocs. I can store way more in much less space than the pool noodles.


I would love to have the 3"x3" ziplocs for my bulk spinners I use on Devils. Where do you find them?

THX

Posted on: 5/26 8:29:00
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Re: Spinner storage idea.
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Northland tackle used to sell them near their tackle displays in sporting goods stores. Walmart has them in the craft section, Janns net craft, online options abound.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/200-Ziplock-3-x-2-Reclosable-Clear-Plastic-Poly-Bags-Small-Baggies-Beads-2Mil/131618651

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Kato wrote:
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Ret-ro wrote:
Not a bad idea. I love spinners & rigs and have around 100 pre-
tied. I just wind them up on three fingers and put them in the 3" x 3" bagette ziplocs. I can store way more in much less space than the pool noodles.


I would love to have the 3"x3" ziplocs for my bulk spinners I use on Devils. Where do you find them?

THX


Check out "Plymor" bags on Amazon. I went from storing my soft plastics in 3700 style boxes to original packaging this season (then storing those in larger, heavy duty zip bags separated by type). Obviously the original packaging only works for new purchases, so I had to repackage a lot of stuff I had in 3700 boxes. These Plymor bags are incredible - available in a ton of sizes, and available in different mils that are much thicker/more durable than a regular Ziploc. I bought a pack of 100 4 mil 6x4 for about $10. Worth every penny. For reference, a Ziploc sandwich bag is something like 1.2 mil.

Here's a pack of 500 3x3 in 4 mil for $15 (they also have a 200 pack in 4 mil for about $9 including shipping, but not Prime): LINK

Here's a 3x3 in 2 mil, 100 for $5.99 with Prime: LINK

Many other sizes available as well.

Posted on: 5/31 10:44:50
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THX! for the links!

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