Posted By jdudek on 14 Oct 2012 08:26 AM
I have started using an 'out of the box' method to store soft plastics. I use a three inch binder and heavy duty clear plastic page holders. My binder is a Case-It which zips up. Each plastic page cover holds a different soft plastic. I can flip through the binder like a book. The soft pastics tend to cling to the page cover so they don't fall out. In some cases I add some velcro strips to the top to keep the page cover closed. The binder I use has a shoulder strap for easy carrying. Regular binders can be used with a duffle bag. I get backpacks and duffle bags from Goodwill. I also bought some 1_1/2" book rings. to uses for bulk worm storage. Keep the binders in a cooler if the day is real hot or wrap in blankets.
Welcome to the Forums jdudek
It would be interesting to see a few pics of your setup.
If you are capable of it...consider posting your text above with pics into this topic...(you MAY have to Copy & Paste the link...as sometimes they don't become "hot" on here
I've resorted to putting soft plastics into ziplock type baggies over the years...as the fumes from the various brands can cause problems.
You mention putting binders in a cooler etc...another thing that works is a white towel...whether bath-type or dish-type if you know what I mean.
JMHO...and thank you for your post.