Plano 787 Guide Series Angled Storage System
awesome for bank fishing
I bank fish most of the time and I don't like to bring multiple tackle boxes so I bought a really big one. this thing holds more tackle than most people have in their ownership. well, I just about filled it up and have more on the way. it is heavy but that shouldn't bring the review down, since its the owner who makes it heavy with the tackle they put in it. anyways, great product, worth the price, sturdy, flat out amazing
February 22, 2015
Great! But cheaper elsewhere
This is an amazing durable tackle box that's why i'm giving it 5 stars price is 2 stars. My ex got it for me a while back and i love it but Its way cheaper for the Plano 732 elsewhere and its almost the same size so if you have the time shop around a little.
February 4, 2015
I've had this tackle box for 2 years now and I am quite happy with how its held up. It is a little on the heavy side but it usually stays in my boat so there's no need to carry it that often. There is plenty of room for all your hard and soft baits as well as plenty of storage for many hooks and weights, The only down side of the box is that there is no storage area for spinner baits or buzz baits, while its on my boat this isn't an issue as I have separate bins for those but it does become an issue when your pond fishing or in a friends boat cause then you need to carry more than one box.
February 22, 2014
Plano 787 BEST in CLASS
It took me 4 hours to tear down 3 Shimano bag type tackle boxes and incorporate over 300 pieces in this box. Well worth the trouble. Yesterday I went bass and crappie fishing and had every lure, swivel, split shot and hook that I needed right at my finger tips. It was a tought day and action was ice cold but if you throw enough stuff - something will work. With the ease of finding all I needed in this box, I skunked everyone else in the boat - (sorry Dad!)
You gotta get this box!!
April 25, 2012