Plano® Big Game Bait Box

   

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21-1/2" x 12-1/2" x 13"

The tackle box for the big-game angler. Full bait racking system holds 32 big-game baits, so you can keep everything in one box. Half the racking system can be removed, offering storage for bulk items like extra spools (not included). Accommodates 12" long baits, so even the biggest big-game baits are easily organized. Flush lock lid securely locks hanging baits in the rack system to eliminate messes if overturned. Dimensions: 21-1/2"L x 12-1/2"W x 13"H. Made in USA.
Rated 4 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Large box Very large in size and every easy access nice tackle box July 8, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by avg it's bulky hard to travel with nice amount and hold big baits nicely July 14, 2009
Rated 4 out of 5 by Nice for big baits. This is a great box for keeping no. 5 and 6 mepps spinner baits and for big rapalas. This is a strong box and is great for storing all your pike and musky baits. It has a very large capacity that is just what a pike and musky fisherman needs. This products only down point is the price tag. July 11, 2009
Rated 4 out of 5 by Pretty nice big bait box I only use this box as a storage box for extra lures, and I never carry it with me on outings. I move lures back and forth between this box and my regular musky bag, depending on the season and weather conditions. I like this box because of it's light weight, so when it is full of lures, it isn't as heavy as some other musky boxes that I've seen. This box will hold all but the biggest of deep diving crankbaits with long lips on them, since the longer lips won't clear the lid. The latches and the handle are solid and secure, so there is no problem with carrying this box while full of $$$ in lures. This box has a molded bottom to add strength to it, so consequently some of the dividers don't fit all the way tight to the bottom of the box. Some of the bigger lures can get the hooks caught on the bottoms of the dividers and get hung up. All it takes is to jiggle them up and down a bit, and they usually come loose. This is only a minor issue with me, but if you were using this box day in and day out, it could be a bit frustrating. It's still a nice storage box for me worth 4 stars. March 24, 2008
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I am looking for a tackle box that will store plenty of lures. It needs to be able to store things like bulldawgs, cowgirls, crankbaits, jerkbaits, and bucktails.
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Look at the bass pro shops storage boxes A - F Models 370 or 370-3
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Could it store a 12" Jake or a bulldawg? I know it says it can store up to 12" lures, but I'm concerned about the width of the compartments.Also how about a crawler surface lure?
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Yes, this will accommodates 12" long baits.
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