Plano Guide Series Tackle Box - 1444
You'll have no problem keeping your tackle organized in Plano®'s Guide Series™ Tackle Box with its four separate layers of storage. The bulk storage space in the lower base is designed with spinnerbait racks, while the additional layers offer compartmentalized storage ideal of accommodating a wide range of different styles and sized lures. Made in USA.
- Four layers of storage
- Lower base contains bulk storage space and spinnerbait racks
- Super comfortable molded, soft-grip handle
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This model tackle box has withstood some heavy rains, but I don't think that this model was designed to be submerged.
This is not a "Water tight" tackle box. We do produce a variety of waterproof storage solutions, many of which are different varieties of waterproof StowAway boxes that you can put into different tackle boxes or bags. But we also have noticed a lot of kayak guys gravitate toward our Hydro-Flo items which are boxes that have holes all over them that allow water to flow out of the box if it gets in, but it also lets air in once you are off the water so your lures dry out.
If you are fishing in saltwater from your 'yak, they also allow you to hose off your tackle to remove saltwater and simply let the water drain out.
Based on the shape of the box you were interested in, and the fact that it is a hard plastic box, we recommend checking out our Flex-N-Go Satchels that allow for the attachment of multiple StowAway utility boxes to go along with the built in storage, and there is a Hydro-Flo version.
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Down below, on the right side, you have inserts to hang spinner baits, jigs, etc, and can store at least three dozen or four dozen of them. On the left side, it is set up so you can purchase the smaller clear plastic boxes to hold your hooks, weights, jig heads, worms, etc.
You can make room in the bottom to hold your pliers, spare spools of line, bottles of worm juice, sun glasses, and a couple of cleaning rags.
Once you decide what you want to take with you for a day of fishing, you can figure out how to get it all to fit in this tackle box.