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    I am using a mesh dive bag . I was wondering what everyone thinks the best bag/tote/bucket for dog training bumpers

    thanks Scott

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    I use the heavy plastic milk crates. They are awesome. Thin or fat the bumpers lay the short way and stack nice.

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    Milk crates and buckets from Home Depot or similar.
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    I have a DeWalt tool bag that would work well if it didn't have a bunch of DeWalt tools in it. Really roomy, sturdy, and has a good zipper and some side pockets both inside and outside.
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    Have a Mud River Trainers bag, and assortment of 4 Gal & 6 Gal Milk crates. Use the bag to haul e-collars, leashes & first aid supplys and a couple of bumpers. Milk Crates for the bigger training setups where you need more than one or two bumpers.
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    Bucket with holes in the bottom for drainage.

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    Using my own home made bag (4-5 bumpers) for short trips and I have a bucket for longer days!
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    Those canvas or cloth shopping bags you see in grocery stores, or walmart etc work great. They will hold a couple dozen to 30 bumpers no problem. I have one for my orange bumpers and one for my white ones.
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    Milk Crates

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    Avery bumper bag
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