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Plano ProLatch StowAway Utility Box - Hook N Sinker

   

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Next time you head out to the water, keep yourself organized and your tackle secure with a warp-free, polymer tackle box specifically made to house your terminal tackle. This durable Plano® ProLatch™ StowAway® Utility Box takes tackle compression to a new level, so you'll be able to store all your weights, hooks, sinkers, swivels and other accessories in a third of the space of a normal box. Designed with 27 pre-labeled compartments for superior organization, the 4-latch system seals the lid firmly to prevent spills.

  • Warp-free
  • Durable
  • Store all your weights, hooks, sinkers, swivels and other accessories
  • 27 pre-labeled compartments
  • 4-latch system
Plano ProLatch StowAway Utility Box - Hook N Sinker 4.7 5 48 48
Smartest Thing I Bought This Year This product is by far the best fishing investment that I have purchased for this fishing season. It keeps all of your stuff neatly organized and allows you to know when you are getting low on anything. It fits perfectly in my soft-side bag. My fishing buddies were so impressed that they got one for themselves the next day. This product will save you so much time on the water and you will never get caught without something you need because you can clearly see when you are running out. I recommend this box to any serious angler. January 22, 2007
Perfect Box These boxes are excellent. I had always had problems organizing my terminal tackle in normal boxes. This box has perfect storage dividers that are permanent and do not ever come loose. All my stuff stays where I want it and leads to less fumbling around in the boat. I liked this box so much, I bought a second one to leave on the boat. June 17, 2007
best hook n' sinker box ive been fishing for bass all my life,this is by far the best hook n' sinker organizer ive ever used. what i really liked about it is that small terminal tackle like swivels and snaps dont move from one comparment to the other February 10, 2010
A have to own!!!!!!! Excellent organizer....and trust me it does organize...you guys know what im talking about when you find your weights mixed in with your hooks and everything out of place becuase of a bumpy boat ride....this box keeps everything in place....several different organizers in different sizes....waterproof....excellent choice....A+++++ from me...thanks alot Falcon and Bass Pro December 14, 2006
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It's closer to the 3700 but is leaning toward right inbetween.
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It is in between, I would say closer to a 3700 though.
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Its closer to a 3700 series. But the depth of this box is too large to fit in most tackle boxes and tackle bags
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It looks like you can only put a small amount in each compartment. I usually take 15-20 hooks minimum {3/0-4/0} every time im on the water. It dosent look like it can store very many!
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There are many compartments. There are ones for 3/0 and 4/0 etc but there are spots you can put more. You can get 15 easy into one slot for 3/0s.

Losing a lot of hooks are you?
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You can fit that many in each compartment, no problem.
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In my 737 the smallest compartment may hold as many as 100 2,4,or 6 hooks; as many as 50 or so of a specific size of swivel, or a dozen fish food crawlers in a line of 4 slots.
I have one section with probably 25 size 2/0. It might reduce to 20 of a larger size. Movable compartment sides make the space more usable
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in the plano 7771 you can store a lot of hooks. it comes with 4 huge boxes and i have a lot of equipment and i still have 1.5 boxes left
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E-mail Plano and beg them. Haven't tried it yet personally.
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No problem at all. Contact Plano--very helpful
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Please contact Falcon Rods for replacement latches.
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Larry. They are fixed. No mixing tackle with these.
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Solid bottom
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They are solid.
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Solid--I have felt your pain.
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Please make sure that the dividers are in the proper position. Then with the smallest of eyes and finest hooks, I add a piece of furnace tape to hold the dividers. Then the smallest clevis or split ring cannot slide under.
Use a checkerboard diagonal pattern of storage to visually sort close sizes.
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Larry,
I use this box for all my terminal tackle supplies. It is great. Hooks don't slide around. Great purchase.
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They are fixed in position. The case is designed to hold different sizes of hooks and is labeled at the bottom. (500 series)
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They are solid to the bottom. It is a great organizer
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they are solid
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These boxes are bigger than 3600 and smaller than 3700. Not sure what size the Browning bag takes.
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The size is closest to the 3700 plano in dimensions. A little smaller. If 3600s fit tight, this might not work.
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Anything that carries 3700 size plano boxes. These are slightly smaller, but larger than the 3600 size.
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spider wire bag or a plano soft bag.
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Browning front loader
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Stick with the Falcon bags. This item is made to fit them.
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38-424-650-00

XPS Bag. I love mine and it holds about 7 of the falcon trays. Plus it has tons of pockets for softs.
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38-424-650-00 or 38-875-810-00 would work well with these boxes.
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