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Keep your lures protected and well organized with one of Bass Pro Shops®' Tackle Storage Boxes. With a variety of designs available, you'll have no problem finding the right tackle storage system for your favorite soft-plastics, crankbaits and terminal tackle.
Decent product. Has plenty of divider options. Latches seem to hold well so far.
May 29, 2012
These are very good boxes for different lure sizes. They hold up well and are reasonably priced. They make it easier to organize my tackle. It would be nice if they had a clear top lid.
May 16, 2012
Great box for all purposes
Plenty of space in these for whatever you need. Work well with any baits.
May 9, 2012
Not so sturdy
I purchased 4 of the size 370 boxes to use whith a Bass Pro Shops® Extreme® Qualifier 370 Tackle Bag.
The main box seems sturdy and spacious/deep enough. My main issue so far is with the supplied dividers and the divider channels.
The dividers themselves can be extremely brittle. I have had quite a few break in half from thumb pressure while I was seperating them from each other with a sharp knife during the intial setup for each box.
Also, the divider channels that hold the dividers in place do not really lock in the dividers in place at all. They can slide out fairly easy.
These boxes might be good for general storage of tackle at home were there is not as much of a chance of stress, but I am going to probably replace them with some Plano boxes in my tackle bag that I take out fishing.
On a side note, the Bass Pro Shops® Extreme® Qualifier 370 Tackle Bag is pretty dang awesome and is well made. It is a little large for a single species trip, but it holds a lot of gear.
May 8, 2012
I like to leave mine in their original packages if I can. It keeps them from drying out over time. I mainly store crappie baits in mine. It may be a bit tougher to store bass baits since they would be significantly larger to be kept in the original packaging.
Either one is fine. I like to keep mine in the original pkgs to preseve the scent/ salt etc and you can have instant acess to reorder the exact color & size and Brand. Also , some have proper rigging tips and info on how best to use them.
I would say marginally. I left it in the back of the boat in a heavy rain. The water of course all went to the back of the boat. It did get into the container. That said under normal circumstances I have kept tubes in it for over 2 years and no real ill effects. I do keep berkley powerbait products in their bags and usually to also wrap senkos etc. in zip lock bags and roll then tight and keep in the 4" deep container
well i know the 360 modle comes with max of 36 small compartments little over L 1'' x W 1 1/2'' D 1 1/2'' THEY NEVER GIVE YOU ENOUGH DEVIDERS TO GET ALL 36 SMALL COMPARTMENTS YOU WILL BE ABOUT 4 OR 5 SHORT I JUST PURCHASED 3 360 BOXES MY SELF HOPE I COULD HELP
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