Product: Plano Guide Series 7771 Tackle System Cheapest Place to Buy: Amazon.com Product Dimensions: 22 x 13 x 13 inches ; 13 Pounds Warranty: Limited Lifetime Warranty
A Place for Everything and Everything in its Place.
I’ve tried putting all my fishing gear in a 5-gallon bucket, but oh man that is a pain in the butt — tangled fishing line wrapped around hooks and lures. And it’s just a nightmare trying to find anything in that mess.
So eventually you need to break down and get yourself an excellent sturdy tackle box that has enough separate compartments to keep your hooks, fishing line, and lures from getting all tangled up.
The Plano Guide Series tackle box is a plastic molded tackle box that has two top accessible storage compartments, and four Prolatch Stowaway utility pull out trays. The top compartments are for bulk storage and can be seen clearly with the DuraView lens on top of the tackle box. The DuraView Lens top folds down over the front of the tackle box.
The dividers come in straight and angled and need to cut apart because they are held together with tabs. Little grooves in the trays to slide the dividers into. You could make a hundred or more little compartments within the trays. This is for some high tech organizing which can make the bait finding process very efficient.
All four of the 3771 trays are removable for easy access to your artificial lures. It’s a convenient tray system, to say the least.
The 3504 worm/spinnerbait box pulls out from the right side of the Plano Guide Series tackle box and is about 5 to 6” high and has four removable divider racks that slide out on the top.
My conclusion for this tackle box is that it has plenty of bulk storage space but with enough pullout trays and dividers so that you can arrange your tackle the way you see fit. It’s a sturdy box made of hardened plastic mold which should last you for years to come.
I also like the compact design of this tackle box. You can fit it nicely out of the way under a boat seat if need be.
The clear top DuraView lens is handy. All you have to do is glance through the lens and see what you have or don’t have in the top tray. This way when you are headed out the door, you don’t have to stop, put the tackle box down and open the lid to make sure you have what you need. That is one of the pet peeves that I have in other tackle boxes.
I recommend picking up one of these Plano Guided Series tackle boxes before your next fishing outing.
If you have any comments or questions feel free to leave them in the comments section below. Thank you for reading and happy fishing!
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