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Plano 1354 4-By Rack Tackle System

   

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11" x 7-1/4" x 10"

3500

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The Plano® 1354 4-By™ Rack Tackle System is the perfect choice for anglers searching for a lightweight, durable, and easily transportable tackle system. Designed with four 2-35000 ProLatch™ utility boxes for greater on-the-water organization, the rugged 1354 4-By Rack Tackle System also features bulk storage space under the lid with ample space for line, pliers, and other accessories. Plus, the DuraView™ front cover allows you to quickly locate the right utility box, saving time for more casting. Dimensions: 11"L x 7-1/4"W x 10"H.

  • Four 2-3500 ProLatch utility boxes
  • Bulk storage under lid
  • DuraView front cover
Plano 1354 4-By Rack Tackle System 4.5 5 33 33
Great I've had this tackle box for about a year and it has held up with me dropping it filling it up all the way and anything else I've done with it. I would recommend this to anyone who wants a light tackle box. Also the little lock part is great so when my kids try to go into it they wont be able to open it and get hooked or anything. I give this tackle box a five out of five. August 7, 2007
Bank fishing only. I bought this tacklebox for a lightweight, easy to maneuver way to make my way around local fisheries instead of having to lug all kinds of excess weight around. It accomplished this, but i wouldn't recomend this for a person to take on a boat with them because it doesn't have a whole lot of room. May 21, 2006
Good Until This was or IS my go to fishing BOX. It is the one I always load first and never go fishing without. It has all my terminal hardware: Clips, snaps Stinger hooks, small weights, beads, You name it. Very handy and easy to reach and locate. Until A big cruiser operated by a captain who probably never had a boaters safety class (Thanks to Lansing who cow tows to the boating industry)... This guy made way too big of a wake near fishing boats on Lake St. Clair and I fell down in our 20 foot boat, right on top of my Plano 1354 breaking all the plastic hinges. Now I have to buy another one. I wish it was made a little more sturdy. September 18, 2014
GREAT BOX This is a great little box. The key work is little. If you have a lot of tackle this isn't the type of box to go all out fishing with. It is a great box to have if you are taking the kids fishing and want a lot of room for small baits. I use the orange large Bass Pro Shop bag for my main bass fishing bag. I specifically bought this box for my ultra-light box. I haven't found a better box than this one. It will hold everything you will ever need for ultra-light fishing. It has plenty of room for all types of lures and the top storage allows for extra spools and line. One of my main uses is I put this on my sit on top of kayak for ultra-light fishing. It works great and is very well made. January 2, 2007
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i i brake one of the draws or drop it off the dock do they replacment draws for this box? on the model plano 1354-4by rack system
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Yes. You bet
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Yes. The tray model is Plano 3500. BPS sells them for I believe $4.69
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I see the dimensions, but has anyone had this fit in a bucket comfortably with enough room?
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No I would not try to jamb it into a bucket.
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This does not fit inside of a 5 gallon pail.
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By bucket what do you mean?
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Small spinner baits for sure.
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Yes. To make it easier I just bought a Plano spinnerbait holder than is like the trays buy made for spinner baits and it fits in the top without taking up much space. Plus only being about 5-6 dollars it is the easiest way to keep them safe and untangled.
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Yes in the top, but if your question is are there spinnerbait racks? No, there aren't any spinnerbait racks. You could still fit them though.
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It does not have the traditional spinner bait and buzz bait holder where they hang up and down. The removable trays sure make it easier to use, I have a worm tray, terminal tackle tray etc...
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Yes it will. but not the big Muskie sizes.
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Yes. I have 20 different bps xps series crankbaits in it right now and it only uses the top 3 trays. keep in mind that they are only 1-4 inches long. bigger ones will fit just not as many.
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yes i think they will.
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yes it deff. will. i just bought a plano extra box double sided. and it also holds them. take a look
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yes if they are small like the strike king sx1 or s1 series
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