Plano 728 Angled Tackle System


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18" x 9-1/2" x 11"


  • $59.99

  • SKU: 1849452

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The Plano® 728 Angled Tackle System secures its three 3600 size StowAway® utility boxes with an angled storage platform. This compact tackle storage system makes organizing and accessing your gear quick and easy. The system's main compartment presents utility boxes at a 15° angle for easy access. DuraView™ covers and doors keep contents visible at all times. The system includes three Plano 2-3650 StowAway utility boxes. Other features include bulk under-lid storage, dual side storage, sturdy latches, and lid storage access. Dimensions: 18"L x 9.5"W x 11"H. Made in USA.

  • Main compartment presents utility boxes at a 15° angle for easy access
  • DuraView covers and doors
  • Includes three Plano 2-3650 StowAway utility boxes
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Amazing gift My mom gave this to me last christmas and it's just beautiful. It comees with 3 med. size plano boxes for lures, weights, jigs ect. and they fit so much inside if you know how to keep organized. The side compartments can hold allot of plastics and/or line spools. I fish in both salt and fresh water so one box is for salt and one box is for fresh. the extra box is just filled with things like bullet weights, jig heads, small lures, a whole slot is filled with at least 140 mini tube heads, all kinds of hooks, and there's still allot of room left inside. And extra boxes are sold in stores so you can just customize you inventory whether you want to use all salt water, all fresh water, or a bit of everything. The top compartment has allot of room to put random stuff in like pliers, unopened lures, soft plastics still inside the bags, and what not. Theres is two smaller compartments on each end of the lid on the big top compartment. I use it to store lures Im gonna use for later or any item that I will need frequently inside of it so I dont have to dig in the tacklebox. I usually fish by myself or with friends so I keep 2 ponchos in the top compartment and 2 in one of the side compartments. Pros and Cons-Since I usually fish by myself and have to carry all my stuff while fishing and hiking or walking to wherever, I like to have all my fishing materials with me. The box can hold a really good amount fishing items. The only bad thing I can think of is the weight of the box itself. Its pretty freaking heavy for a tackle box and even worse when you load it with a whole bunch of stuff. After a while walking and holding my tacklebox I would need to switch hands or take breaks every once in a while. But if you wanna be optimistic, it forces you to get bigger muscles and it acts like a weight vest...but, you hold it. :P January 29, 2013
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