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Old 06-13-2011, 10:35 PM
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Default How do you store your tying materials to keep away pests?

So, I've just spent quite a bit of money on some quality necks, and I'd be devastated if I opened up a bag with a neck chewed to bits by moths. I have talked to Charlie Collins of Collins Hackle Farm and he insisted I use Enoz moth cakes that are a different chemical than mothballs. I have read that they don't smell as bad as mothballs, but they still stink. I also have a young son who is curious and i know its not exactly healthy to inhale that stuff. I also know cedar chips prevent damage, but don't kill the bugs like Enoz. So, do any of you have suggestions on effective methods of bug control with your expensive necks and saddles? I currently have my necks residing in a snap lock air tight bin, but is this enough?
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