Plano® Liqua-bait Locker™ Tackle System - Deep - 4641
The Plano Deep Liqua-bait Locker™ Tackle System is perfect for anglers who love to use scented and liquid soaked soft plastics, but hate the mess these baits can create. The Deep Liqua-Bait Locker System was developed to contain the liquids and odors associated with soft plastic baits as well as to ensure freshness for continued use. Constructed from Duraview™ for durability, the Deep Liqua-bait Locker Tackle System's Dri-Loc O-ring seal makes this tackle system leak-proof and airtight so baits are fresh and tackle boxes and boats are odor free. Designed to hold one bottle with room for additional packages of soft baits, the Deep Liqua-bait Locker Tackle System includes one bottle and one handy bait grabber. Dimensions: 14'' L x 9.13'' W x 3.25'' H.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Alohaoly Finally something for the Berkley Gulp This is exactly what you need if you use Berkley Gulp shrimp. I have been fishing with Gulp for several years and now I don't have to carry multiple bags for each type of bait. Plano came out with the answer to the softbait containers. Thanks Plano July 9, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fishngal No leaks so far I filled up the liquid container with Gulp juice and the rest of the container with smelly plastics and the box has worked great - no leaks, no smells, and I've flipped it upside down and sideways plenty of times. My only problem is it won't fit in a milk crate (too big) so there's no place to put it on my kayak, so now I just use the inner (liquid) container. It's doing a good job! October 24, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by twatbass29 Trouble with dividers. While the bait locker serves it's purpose for keeping a variety of bait for me, the dividers proved to be a problem. One was a bit too long, and both caused problems going into their slots, no matter how I tried to turn them. Overall a good product - it seals well and holds lots of bait! I would recommend it to anyone using those wonderfully smelly plastic baits. September 13, 2010
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