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Bass Pro Shops® Extreme® Replacement Pages

   

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Replacement Pages - 5 pack

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  • Nylon, reinforced strip
  • Grommeted holes
  • Five PVC reinforced, self-sealing bags
The Bass Pro Shops Extreme Replacement Pages are resealable PVC binder pages with a nylon reinforced strip and grommeted holes. Designed for use with the Extreme Single and Double binders made in 2012 or prior. Dimensions: 9.25" x 8.5". Grommet holes are 4" apart on center. 5 in a pack. Imported.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 51 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Perfect for my flukes The bag is actually larger than I expected and that makes it perfect. Fits my needs to keep each color separate and not be over stuffed. April 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great value I had been looking for bait binders for my sons-in-law for some time, and had resigned myself to the fact that, when I found them, I would be paying big bucks to get anything worth having. I found these ones and found out I was wrong! April 10, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by KNITTING NEEDLES this item was mentioned in a vogue magazine article about circular knitting needle storage. so i decided to give it a try as i have over the years tried many ways to store these needles in a logical method. i can now organize my needles by size, length and maker. i will primarily use it for home storage, but, obviously it is easily portable. there are also places for accessories. i might need a second one and more inserts. just remember it is for worms and do not closse them too tightly as it can be hard to open the individual sleeves. April 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by A great soft bait bag This is a great way to organise your soft baits. I have already added one refill pack and I have it busting at the seems. But I was planning on buying 2 more. This is a great way to seperate your worms from your soft jerk baits, to your jig trailers, and I use the pockets on the inside of the covers for my buzzbaits, and spinners. A great buy. April 2, 2013
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Attractants???

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I've been curious about using fish attractants on my soft baits and wondered if I add a little in the zip lock bags provided in this worm binder will cause any negative effects?
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 - Florence, MS
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I have used this bag for about 2 years. The negative effect you will encounter will be when you fail to completely seal one of the bags in which you put attractant..... next time you open the bag you'll be greeted by a sticky mess and a wonderful aroma. Been there, done that....
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my answer to this is keep your soft baits in the original bags that you purchase them in and add the scent to that bag. I would always advocate when using a worm binder you should always keep the soft baits and plastics in their original bags no matter what. It offers double the protection when they are in the worm binder bags. If you start adding scents and you have multiple different loose baits in the same bag their is no telling what type of chemical reaction could take place and you may end up with ruined baits and worse a ruined stinky bag.
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Yes but I can't imagine needed too. It comes with more than enough. If you use all that come with it you would have hundreds of worms in it..
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I have 20 pages in my binder and it works out well. It came with 10 and I added an additional 5 and then decided to add 5 more, but I think 20 is going to be the limit.
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Maybe a few more. Its a tight fit with all the bags filled now. Maybe 2-5 more.
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Probably not unless you only put a few plastics per bag.
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I am concerned about the plastic bags holding up to being opening and closed frequently.

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The single binder bag has very sturdy pages. Sometimes you have to work a bit to seal them.
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I bought this product last summer and the bags have held up really good. They have a press seal system so as long as you make sure you seal them correctly I expect them to last years. And if they wear out the replacements bags are not greatly exspensive.
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Not an issue.
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Are the zippers on the outside plastic or a metal that will eat away. thanks,
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Plastic-should not be an issue in salt water
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I have used my bag in the salt and it performs well. Suggest you coat the zipper with a teflon based spray. It won't attract dirt and will help keep the zipper smoothness. I like it most of all because it holds so much stuff.
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