Plano 1258 Tackle Box
Great all around tackle box
I now have two of these Plano tackle boxes full to capacity. Excellent tackle boxes. They will hold every type of lure you can imagine, plus extra spools of line, tools, sun glasses, worm juice, magic markers, and anything else you have room left for. It is so versatile that I don't need to bring more than one tackle box with me when I go out fishing.
My oldest one is more than twenty years old and is still in great shape. Just bought another one for storage. Great product. Also makes a great gift.
November 6, 2010
Best Product Made
The product I purchased our ambulance company has used before and works well for our pediatric drug boxes I was just running out of this box and needed some moore when they are used on a daily bases they don't last for years. We have used a bigger box for our adult drug box that is just like the one I purchased only blue in color and I believe it might have been a Plano box not a Bill Dance unfortunatly they stopped making it and now we are running out of this Item. It is hard to find an Item like this that works well for our needs. THANK YOU
September 2, 2010
Plano Has My Vote
I use these tackle boxes daily for small and medium sized parts on installs/repairs in the maintenance world. These units have compartments that can be tailored to a wide range of different items. I have several of these in use with employees that work for me, and have put them through extremes of hot/cold, rain/snow. I have some with 60-75 lbs with no issues of fasteners breaking etc. You do need to watch and make certain the hinge pins do not work themselves out over time, but this is only worth mentioning and not an issue.
December 2, 2010
I have used these for years and have nothing but good to say about them. Sturdy but do not put so much in that the box top is bent out of shape...this applies to the bottom section also. Buy several if you can and one can be used for your favorite baits and eliminate carrying several boxes in a small boat or if you are fishing "no boat" in a tournament.
January 26, 2014