Plano® 6102 Tackle Box
The traditional 2-tray styling of the Plano 6102 Tackle Box keeps all your tackle organized. The wormproof compartments in the two trays are big enough to hold lures and terminal tackle, while the large bulk storage compartment below holds tools, leader wheels, or extra spools. Made from heavy-duty materials, the brass bail latch holds securely preventing spills.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 25 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by kyleax1 Inexpensive box, good for the price It's cheap and cheap if you know what I mean. Many times when I open the box the lid comes out of the plastic snaps that hold it on. Not a big deal considering how little this box cost. August 6, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by BobbyD Best Box! This style Plano Box is the best there is... I have the single tray, the two tray and the three tray versions of this box and all three of them open and close one-handed very easily and anyone who fishes knows how frustrating it can be to have to set down your rod every time you need to get in or out of your box... this completely eliminates that problem... I have a much more expensive two tray box made by another company and it never lines up right to close it... you have to fuss with it and it almost always takes two hands to close it, so I leave it unlatched most of the time while fishing. I can't tell you how many times I've kicked it over or picked it up while it was unlatched, dumping it all over the boat, in the sand, wherever! These Planos are fantastic! July 13, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by jfergus7 Great value for your $ Actually purchased this box to be used as an accessory case for all my archery gear. With the removable dividers this box is very versatile. And for the money you won't find a better deal! Definitely recommend it! July 10, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by theike122 great tackle box this is a great tackle box. you can use it as a begginers box, just stick some trout lures in there,a short trip down to the lake, or you put all of you favorite lures in there just to lighten the load. November 8, 2008