Plano StowAway 2-Sided Tackle Box - 1713
Plano Customer Service
We apologize that you were unable to accomplish your tackle storage goal with our 1713 box. You might want to check out our 4600-00 (or 4700-00 which is larger) two-tiered StowAway boxes with which you can create 13-45 compartments with removable dividers, and there is a bulk storage area in the base.
If you check out our full line of utility boxes on our website, we are sure you will be able to find the right combination of storage solutions to fit your needs.
Again, sorry for the inconvenience, and thank you for choosing Plano.
Note: Because we are required to assign a star rating, we give 3 stars to all of these responses.
June 12, 2013
I have this tackle box and I'll start off with saying that it is very easy to transport. However, you can only really store very small swim baits, most jigs, all the normal weights, hooks, and tiny bobbers. Don't plan on taking any crankbaits or spinners anywhere. Almost all hard-lures are not going to fit in here. I never use this tackle box. ONLY YOU CAN DECIDE IF YOU SHOULD PURCHASE THIS BASED ON WHAT, WHERE, AND HOW YOU FISH!!!
June 6, 2012
Great little box
We have 2-3 of these and they work great for trout fishing. Hooks and sinkers in one side and spinners in the other. My boys have even used this box to carry worms. We put a snap clip and a length of cord on it and it hangs from a belt loop.
June 26, 2011
I've had a large Plano utility tackle box for years that was great for long trips where I felt I needed everything in my fishing arsenal. I've reached a point now that hauling this big tackle box around is too much. Especially if I am fishing a small river or farm pond where I have to do some walking. I wanted to downsize to a small soft-shelled bag that I could carry only a few specific lures. I purchased these little stowaway 2-sided tackle boxes for just this purpose. Unfortunately these boxes are just too small to accommodate much of anything other than sinkers, hooks and/or the smallest of lures. If this box was larger and had more depth to the individual compartments then it would be worth buying. There are better plastic utility boxes on the market. This is not a good buy.
April 22, 2011