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    gunner76's Avatar
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    I use USPS tyvek envelopes, plastic zip lock bags and or ripstop nylon stuff bags depending on the type of stakes.
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    Yes, I prefer the one with the black screw on lid. They still carry them along with the snap on green lid. I just grab the black lid ones. They are great for the stakes and other small stuff.

    Happy Hangin!!!


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    I don't use a bag. Just throw them in my back pack pocket and they are just fine.

    Fronkey

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    Sometimes I just place them in a side pocket of my Go-lite Pinnacle pack. It's a stretch side, and holds them pretty good.
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    Senior Member rngn's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wittsertuck View Post
    i just hang mine on the outside of my pack, with a rubber band around them so they don't klink
    +1 ditto +1 ditto

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    Quote Originally Posted by anvil440 View Post
    Genius. Duct tape to the rescue.
    Pouch made from a Tyvek envelope and wrapped with ducktape. I wrap about 20 feet extra tape on there, too, in case I catch Yogi swiping picanic baskets.

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    Senior Member spamburglar's Avatar
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    I keep mine in a small cuben bag....usually 6 mini groundhogs
    "Go sell crazy somewhere else, we're all stocked up here"~Jack Nicholson/As Good As It Gets

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    I have a mesh bag that came with an old cook kit that holds all my lines, stakes, and associated kit. I store them in one of the side zip pockets on my Osprey Kestrel.
    I solemnly swear that I am up to no good...

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    Quote Originally Posted by taylo View Post
    I keep mine the same place as my tree straps sometimes...... 15 miles back at the last camp site.
    So True..
    HAHAHAH!

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    Currently I carry some dull and cheap stakes. So I have no problem sticking them in a Zip-Loc baggy with my cordage.

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