Plano StowAway Spinnerbait Tackle Boxes - Models 3503
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No need to look any further. This is the one you need to keep your spinners in order. Get more than one or two and seperate your spinners by size or color or blade count or type. Stores easy on shelf. Just take the box that you will probably be using most that day and leave the rest at home out of your way.
July 17, 2013
This box makes life so much eaiser. easy to pick what you want .easy storage in boat.
easy to get lure out and back in.
This little gem is atime saver!
August 19, 2007
Keeps You Organized
If you like to keep your tackle organized then you will love these boxes. Just don't believe that your going to get up to 22 spinnerbaits in them. You would have a total mess and they would get tangled up very easily. These are also way better than the smaller boxes that are only a couple of inches high. The spinnerbaits fit naturally in these boxes and aren't forced.
The way I use them is if your facing the front latch, if you pop it up and then lift the lid, you have three compartments. Two on the outside and one in the middle. The blades go in the middle with the heads on the outside. I put two heads side by side in the front two slots, skip a slot, put one more head, skip a slot and put one head directly in the middle. In the rear of the same row I put two heads side by side and then skip a slot and put in one more head. This allows me 7 heads in the same row for a total of 14 Spinnerbaits for both rows or the entire box. When I'm pulling one out or putting one back in, I will utilize the extra slots that I left to move over the ones I'm not using so that the hooks and trailer hooks don't get tangled on each other or the skirts. It only takes a few extra seconds to do this and saves a lot of headaches.
December 2, 2011
Good but not great
This spinnerbait box is a good, sturdy box that will keep your spinnerbaits in order and in a hanging orientation so that the skirts don't get deformed from laying down. It has a secure clasp on the lid and is intended to accomodate a large quantity of lures. The one problem with this box is that the slots for lures are too close together; so although you could theoretically fill each slot, your lures will be placed tightly together, which doesn't facilitate easy removal of the lures. If lures are placed in every other slot, leaving a slot unused between lures, the lures fit better. Also, although this box is intended for spinnerbaits, some buzz baits will fit, but not all. Buzzbaits are restricted from fitting based on their lengths and blades.
March 17, 2010