Bass Pro Shops® Tackle Binder or Replacement Pages
- Heavy-duty waterproof material
- Comes with 10 worm-proof, PVC-reinforced, resealable bags
- Hook 'n' loop strap closure system allows you to overstuff for maximum storage
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 149 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tacklejunkie I like these binders Excellent for holding worms and even spinnerbaits, chatterbait, buzzbaits and jigs. I have two in the middle size. They came with pages, and I bought pages one size larger that also fit in the book just fine. I have small and large pages in the binder for smaller and larger worms. It now holds 22 pages with plastics in each page, all with easy one handed access (no zipper, just a quick velcro strap). My second binder holds 10 pages of spinners, chatters, buzzbaits, jigs, trailors etc. Both books fit easily in my float tube or pontoon pocket, with room for my hook box and crankbait box. Must have for any plastic fisherman! Reduce your tackle size and lose the packaging! I will probably buy more of these on top of the two I own already. Don't forget extra pages! September 19, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dixiedoodler Great for knitting supplies I bought this case several years ago to store my circular needles and knitting accessories. It is great. I have purchased additional needles and accessories so I ordered more pages to add to my binder. I put a label on each page with the size and length of the needle for reference. This is great. It is light weight and I would highly recommend it to any lady who is a knitter. What a find! April 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by philthepainter Soft lure binder Works Well I have collected so many varieties of soft plastics chasing the speckled trout as well as the redfish, I finally found these Bass Pro Shops larger sized binders, and also purchased 2 extra sets of #10 pages for further purchases. A full pack of 5-6 soft paddle tails fills each page to the half way point, so #2 fulll packs of plastics will fit in each individual page and still work well, with no over loading of the over all binder. I filled the 1st binder and a fourth of the second one, so along with the extra #20 pages, I'll have organazation and ease of finding as I put the soft plastics according to color schemes. love the soft velcro closrue, only the round metal rings are a little cheesy as one of my binders has a single o ring that is not locking very tight, and wants to come apart, allowing all of the seperate pages to fall out of the binder, as the binder does not have side panels. March 25, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Hondohank organized I was throwing soft plastics in a pouch. This holder is handy, keeps all the plastics visible and organized. February 14, 2013
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A:Yes, but because of the zip seal they probably won't dry
A:Yes you should be able to get three or four of them in the 7 x 9 bags.
Details:I am concerned about the bags holding up to frequent opening and closing.
A:bags open and close fine
just be careful not to rip the pages out of the binder, or try duct tape to re-enforce binder tabs
A:i have both products and find them to be equil. I have been useing them both for a few years now, and never had any problems. I fish 3 or 4 times a month.
Details:I am wanting to buy something to hold all 19 colors of the 4" squirmin worms by BPS. Each pack contains 18 worms. Should I buy the 7x9 size or the 8x10? I know the 7x9 would fit alright for the worm sizes but im thinking of the quantity as well. Would 18 of each worm be too much to fit the 7x9 or what?
A:They should fit. I can hold 20 6" finese worms in my 7X9 with no problems.
A:As far as the outside of the bag it's the same you may be alright since its a 4" bait the velcro is long enough to catch
A:Just so the bags are not jammed full i would suggest the 8x10 bag. You also have to think that if you put 18 works in the bag that they will not all lay flat and it will create your binder to be bulky.
A:2 BAGS WILL FIT A 7X9 BAG.
Top 50 Contributor
A:I would go with a worm speed bag. Our local BPS has a KVD Plano version that will hold 20 bags of plastics.
Top 1000 Contributor
A:I have quite a bunch of plastics in my binder, and I just added three more holders into my binder. I just received a new order of 7x9 inserts and already had a spare binder to fill them up with more plastics. I don't know what length of worms you are eventually going to put into the binder, but if you stick to 4 to 5" baits, you should be able to use the 7x9" inserts.
Details:In the reviews I think someone said they use bigger bags\pages in a smaller binder. Wonder if the holes in all the different size pages line up with the rings in the binders.
A:I have put smaller bags in the 8x10 binder. They fist so do not see why the bigger ones wouldn't fit in the smaller binder. The metal rings are not set in one place, I think that if you had to you could adjust the rings to fit by do not think you should have a problem.
A:I have the 7X9 and the 7x6 binders the rings are the same, the 7x9 replacements fit in the 7x6 binders fine they are just a little bigger than the 7x6 bags
A:i bought the 8x10
looks to me as though bigger would work just fine.the rings i believe are standard spacing.the bags don't go all the way to edge.
Details:I have an older Plano tackle binder and need replacement pages. Can anybody give me the actual measurements of the 7"x9" replacement bags (width,length top to bottom including the tab with holes and center to center of the holes)?
The pages I have measure 6"x7"including the tab with holes and have a 4" hole spacing but the binder is about 8"x8" inside so I am hopeful that the pages might just fit.
A:outside to outside 7 3/8" wide and 6" tall rings are same spacing as 7x6 binder
A:Actual measurements are 7.5X6 with 4" hole space. Should fit
Top 100 Contributor
A:Well, for anybody else who might like to know I will answer my own question. I purchased the 7"x9" replacement pages and the actual measurements are 7.5" wide, 6" tall(4" of storage space from zipper to tab seam) with a 4" center to center hole spacing.
They fit perfectly in my older Plano Tackle Logic binder and should work in any binder that they will fit inside of with the same ring hole spacing.
A:no they are 1" smaller tha the 7x9 binder pages, rings spacing is the same, they will fit fine in 7x6 binders.
Details:what are the bag dimentions for the 7x6?Im looking at it and I cant tell if it would be too small for what I need.
A:I would think it would be fine.. i got the bigger one, 8X10 or 10x8, whatever it is, just to play safe.. better to be too big than too small. but 7x6 should be fine, as long as your baits arent bigger than that, it should be fine. its a great product.. hope it works out for you.
Top 1000 Contributor
A:You will be happier with the two larger sizes - I've tried them all. The larger ones are handier and easy to get into.
A good binder for all your plastics and they hold a lot.
Order some extra bags, the binder will hold a good many.
Top 1000 Contributor
A:No, not on the binder itself. You would have to use the insert pages for that.
A:No, it's really just a cover. The plastic pages are thick enough you could put hooks in them without worries, though.
A:No special spot for weights or hooks. This is basically a heavy duty zip lock bag.
A:No. But i did think of sewing a pouch or mesh to the inside. Then again, why not just use one of the zip bags?..
Top 10 Contributor
A:no you ought no go with this one i just purchased a bps brand one and it had ample space, it cost 17.99. try buying that unless you want to put your worm wieghts, splitshots, octopus hooks, soft plastic hooks, etc. all in a bag. It's up too you.
Top 10 Contributor
A:you could just put em in the packets like everyone else said
but this isnt a full purpose tackle box
A:Yes! I would just use one of the bags for each the weights and another for the hooks.
A:No. This binder shouldn't be used as an entire tackle bag, but more as an accessories in a bigger tackle (box or bag). 360 storage boxes are great for terminal tackle (hooks, weights, ext.).
A:The pages are roughly the size of a piece of paper folded in half. Will hold hooks & worm weights if you want. It'd be easiest to keep them in their packages when you put them in the pages, just to keep everything organized.
A:You could put weights in the packets, tippits, anything of that sort but I don't think I would put hooks in it although it might work. My concern here is that they might put holes in the packets, depending on the style of hook you put in them. The packets ARE heavy duty, not thin.
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