Bass Pro Shops® Storage Boxes
Keep your lures protected and well organized with one of Bass Pro Shop's Tackle Storage Boxes. With a variety of designs available, you'll have no problem finding the right tackle storage system for your favorite soft-plastics, crankbaits and terminal tackle.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 183 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bassmacker Handy box I got the 349-5 and I must say, this little tackle box is really great, its efficient with a lot of space in a little box. I like to use it for the plastics that I've already used but don't want to throw away. It holds all my lures that are up to 4 inches long and fits easily in my pocket. good product, I plan on buying the rest of the models in this little series. June 1, 2008
Rated 4 out of 5 by eastenfish 350 Got a 350 to house my bullet and egg sinkers. That little 350 is holding about 6 pounds of sinkers. Do have to use a rubber band to make sure it stays shut, but it is holding up under the weight. The latches on the 350 need to be improved a little. This product is definately not intended for this type of use yet it is performing great. Thanks BPS for all you do. May 14, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by redrooster You can customize these to fit your needs. These storage boxes are adjustable and the slots are closer together compared to the plano version. You are able to fit more baits in your trays because there is no wasted room. April 18, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by fishbite25 I got a few of these I got many of these simple tackle boxes and use them for all kinds of uses. For one, tackle. Second, I used it to put sand crabs in while surf fishing. and some others. April 16, 2008
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A:Yes, You can put the dividers anywhere you want or not use them at all.
A:the box is only 7 inches deep. So 7 inch worms is the biggest if you want them to be kept straight.
A:id say go with the 8 "360's" b/c if you get more tackle youd be able to place them in the 360 storage then be stuck with the limit of 5 "370's".
i have 5 "360's" and i cant wait to get more =0)
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A:the five 370s have more square inches of storage; so that is the answer is you just want straight storage capacity. You may want to look at what type of lures you are storing, your tackle bag for transporting and boat compartments to determine what will best meet your needs.
A:Original package always! Retains the flavors and oils put on them keeping them fresh. Soft plastic in sun will melt into the tackle box ruining both. Learned as a kid. They have plastic worm binders where you can keep original package because of adhesive strips with holes to fit the binder. These are best for organizing plastics. They also sell bags for loose plastics!
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A:Honestly this is a personal preference. The benefit of boxes is that you can sort them by size, color, etc. and they are easy to store on the boat. One thing to keep in mind is that some plastics cant come in contact with other varieties or else they will "melt" and form one nasty glob of junk.
A:I like to leave mine in their original packages if I can. It keeps them from drying out over time. I mainly store crappie baits in mine. It may be a bit tougher to store bass baits since they would be significantly larger to be kept in the original packaging.
A:Either one is fine. I like to keep mine in the original pkgs to preseve the scent/ salt etc and you can have instant acess to reorder the exact color & size and Brand. Also , some have proper rigging tips and info on how best to use them.
A:Yes they are the same size but the latches on the Plano are better.
Details:It says it's "worm proof" does that mean that they are air tight and keep soft plastics moist and fresh?
A:No, they are not air tight. The plastics will not stay "moist" forever. Worm proof means the plastics will not " react" chemicaly and "melt" the box material
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A:No, it means that the boxes won't "melt" like they did 20 years ago. Almost all boxes are "wormproof" these days.
A:Not air tight, but most worms will not melt in them like some boxes. Some worms will melt though so use a test worm on it.
A:I would say marginally. I left it in the back of the boat in a heavy rain. The water of course all went to the back of the boat. It did get into the container. That said under normal circumstances I have kept tubes in it for over 2 years and no real ill effects. I do keep berkley powerbait products in their bags and usually to also wrap senkos etc. in zip lock bags and roll then tight and keep in the 4" deep container
Details:Am I able to remove all dividers from model 370 or 350?
A:All the latitudinal deviders come out, the longitudinal ones are molded in
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A:You can remove all vertical dividers but the horizontal ones are molded into the box.
A:Yes, except for the main dividers that run across the box
A:Several comes wth the box. Plano dividers are interchangable
Top 500 Contributor
A:you cant... just save up the ones you dont use
A:The 360 comes with 15 and the 370 comes with 20
A:I'm not sure about the 370 model, but the 360 models come with 15 dividers.
A:well i know the 360 modle comes with max of 36 small compartments little over L 1'' x W 1 1/2'' D 1 1/2'' THEY NEVER GIVE YOU ENOUGH DEVIDERS TO GET ALL 36 SMALL COMPARTMENTS YOU WILL BE ABOUT 4 OR 5 SHORT I JUST PURCHASED 3 360 BOXES MY SELF HOPE I COULD HELP
A:The 370 comes with 20
A:I have a pair of 370-3 boxes in my 370 extreme qualifier and they would also fit in the stalker bags
A:any i have them and i put worms tube jiggs everything in them
A:When you are looking to buy a soft bag the bags description should tell you what size of box it will take
A:I use an old duffle from Galls. It all depends on how many you want to carry.