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Plano Elite Spinnerbait Organizer - 3607-04

   

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10-3/4" x 7-1/4" x 1-3/4"

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Your Plano® Elite™ lure boxes can now become infinitely customizable, letting you organize precisely for the way you fish-they take tackle compression to the limit, maximizing capacity and efficiency with designs made to fit an exact style of lure. As a result, you can store more lures in one third of the space of a normal box. Elite lure boxes are now sized to the traditional 360 footprint to better fit your tackle bag. Dimensions: 10-3/4" x 7-1/4" x 1-3/4". Made in USA.
Manufacturer model #: 3607-04.

  • Organize precisely for the way you fish
  • Made to fit an exact style of lure
  • Store more lures in less space
  • Sized to the traditional 360
Plano Elite Spinnerbait Organizer - 3607-04 3.8 5 14 14
Good Storage Box I like this product. It does a pretty good job of holding in all the spinnerbaits i have. April 17, 2013
I love mine I was able to fit all my spinnerbaits and a few new ones. The spinnerbaits do not get tangled up as they did in my former spinnerbait box. It fit's nicely on the top of other 360 boxes in my new BPS top loading tacke bag. You can even lay a few more on top of what fits in there normally. August 16, 2011
Many spinnerbaits won't fit Many of my spinnerbaits would not fit into the internal frame of this box, so I had to remove the frame on one side of the box and lay them flat. The 360 footprint is just not deep enough to work well with this system. I would recommend getting a spinnerbait satchel instead of this box. May 4, 2012
Wrong Size I ordered the storage case thinking that it would hold small spinner baits. I was wrong. It is designed to hold very large spinners. The description of these products need to be much more detailed and "size specific". The case is good quality and will work for very large spinner baits. May 14, 2012
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Plano® FTO Elite™ FTO370 Series Utility Box - Spin/Buzzbait wouldl be for both spinnerbaits and buzzbaits. Item
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You put the lead off the bait in the bottom notch and the blade arm in the top notch. You have to pinch them together to snap them in place.
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Insert the spinnerbait head in the slot and take the arm with the blades and latch them under hook area, which is above the slotted area. I have it and it's fantastice
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Spinnerbaits fit in slots . The spinnerbait arm is locked into plastic hook,with two holes, just above slot. You need to bend down on arm so that it locks in slot. The arm is flexible and will spring back up when you use lure .
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