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  1. cripple

    cripple Senior Refuge Member

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    Currently have whiterock bags with roughly 200 per bag and even 1 that has about 100 and seems that we keep having the bag seams and handle ripping apart I have contacted whiterock they replaced 3 bags last year and ive already had 1 of the new ones rip a handle and a corner seam with only 2 hunts into the season looking for suggestions on a better quality bag how are the deadly bags?
     
  2. negooseman

    negooseman Elite Refuge Member

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    If you don't have to carry them in, the big black/yellow totes from home depot work great.
     
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    870 Senior Refuge Member

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    nicapopolis Senior Refuge Member

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    I was just going to link the Lowe's demo bags too. I don't hunt snows a lot, but they hold up awesome for us.

    Going to move shells to them this year too.
     
  5. CamoHunter870

    CamoHunter870 Elite Refuge Member

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    I haven't used them yet but would also say take a look at those Lowe's bags that were mentioned above. I purchased two last year after snow goose season and can just tell by their sewing, they are much more durable then the White Rock bags that I have which have had a few issues with them.

    Only negative of the Lowe bags are they dont have a top but one can make one pretty easily I'd image.
     
  6. negooseman

    negooseman Elite Refuge Member

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    If you read the reviews on those Lowe's bags, they say they break down sitting out in the sun/weather. Might not be an issue for spring snows though. Dive Bomb bags are really nice but won't hold a ton of decoys per bag, maybe(and I'm guessing) 15dz whiterocks.
     
  7. nicapopolis

    nicapopolis Senior Refuge Member

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    My decoys stay in my shop/barn so I am not sure they would be affected much by sun/weather damage. I can only image people using them to store trash for awhile outside before they take it to the dump or something.

    I know how a tarp will break down over time being in weather/sun and the material seems to be the same.
     
  8. cripple

    cripple Senior Refuge Member

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    Some of the places I need to pack everything in but thanks guys ill take a look at them and see if i cant find a solution
     
  9. negooseman

    negooseman Elite Refuge Member

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    Maybe a 6/12 slot bag with the slots cut out?
     
  10. CA Birdman

    CA Birdman Elite Refuge Member

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    Use the lowes bags for part of my socks. Have held up, just keep them out of the sun. I use the big bean sacks to store my decoys that I get for free. Yes, they break down in sun, but last a year , so it works.
     

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