Plano Liqua-Bait Locker Tackle Wallet - 4648

   

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The Plano® Liqua-bait Locker™ Tackle Wallet is perfect for anglers who love to use scented and liquid soaked soft plastics, but hate the mess these baits can create. Designed to contain the liquids and odors associated with soft plastic as well as to ensure freshness, the Liqua-bait wallet will hold multiple packages of softbaits and will fit in the bulk storage space available in most tackle bags/boxes. Constructed from durable Duraview™ with a Dri-Loc O-ring seal to ensure this tackle wallet is leak-proof and airtight so baits are fresh and tackle boxes and boats are odor free. Made in USA.

  • Contain the liquids and odors
  • Ensures freshness
  • Dri-Loc O-ring seal
  • Leak-proof and airtight
Plano Liqua-Bait Locker Tackle Wallet - 4648 4.5 5 4 4
The best! Great for keeping lures of all types dry. A quick rinse after use in salt water and placement in this box keeps rust to a minum. September 12, 2013
As advertised This works as expected. I would order another one if need be. August 11, 2011
Tackle Wallet I love Berkley Gulp products but hate how the package leaks and how I had 2 put them in a big plastic bag. This saved all my problems. April 10, 2011
Just right I purchased this because I was getting sick of smelling the baits. In these wallets you don't smell anything and if any of the liquid leaks it's contained in the wallet. March 19, 2010
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I love Berkley Gulp Alive products but hate how the container leaks. Can this hold the bait with the liquid attractent
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You should be able to find gaskets that will fit your existing gulp containers and stop the leaks. If you google it you should find enough different fixes to this. Local tackle shops around me sell them specifically for the gulp containers and it turns out to be a lot cheaper and it fixes the problem.
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They recommend keeping the baits in the bag/jar but if the liquid leaks it will not spill out of the box/wallet.
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