Plano Flipsider 3-Tray Tackle Storage Box
My wife got me this box when I started to outgrow my other Plano. Great storage, easy to organize and holds a lot too. I keep Jigs, spinnerbaits and buzzbaits in the front window. Inside the three trays work great to organize all your baits. Also the bottom is deep enough to keep bobbers, bags of plastics, scents, pliers, spare spools, etc. Cup holders work great when fishing from shore. I gave it 4 stars because you better check that the front window is closed before you open the rest of the box or else everything will fall out. Other than that great all around box. I only own Plano tackle boxes. They have one for every need.
December 16, 2009
3 tray flipsider
very nice tackle box! i bought this one for my 7 year old son to give him some extra storage over his beginner box. i may have overdone it, because he keeps trying to steal my lures to fill it up. the lids opens in two parts which makes for easy access to the trays inside the box. this also balances the box really well when open, which reduces the chance of it toppling over. this feature is a godsend because there is no such thing as flat ground in west virginia. this box is also very deep so you can store multiple small storage boxes in the bottom. i only gave it 4 stars because the flipsider tray (on all plano flipsiders) needs work. even for a child's fingers, it is difficult to get lures out of it without getting yourself hooked. other than that, it is a great box to own. well worth the money.
July 7, 2007
this is a nice box the flipsider works great for smaller spinnerbaits larger ones dont fit as well i use this for my pike lures lots of bulk storage and doesnt take a lot room up in the boat.
February 3, 2007
Worth the money
This takcel box isn't the best tackel box on the market, however it definatly does its job very well. There is plenty of room, you could easily store 150-250 pieces of tackel. Having the flipside allows the tackel box to be bigger and have a deeper bottom storage compartment. There is a compartment in the front of the tackel box that allows you to store pencil float bobbers or smaller crank bait and swim bait. You could also store new packages of hooks in the front. Bottom line is that it is worth the money, and it does a great job keeping your tackel safe. The only disadvantage is that the clips that hold the tackel box together occasionaly fall off. All you have to do though is snap them back on!
July 9, 2011