Plano 3-Tray Tackle Box with Dual Top Access, Dark Green Metallic/Off White
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- Three cantilever trays with 22 to 34 compartments Two top access storage areas Brass bailed latch
- Three Cantilever Trays with 22 to 34 Compartments
- Brass Bailed Latch
- Two Top Access Storage Areas
- Collapsible Handle
- Perfect for the Young Angler
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Plano's classic three-tray tackle box features a cantilever tray design that extends open to showcase the contents. A sturdy collapsible handle makes the case easy to carry and store while the brass bailed latch tightly secures the lid, keeping items protected and organized.
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The outside latch is nice and the carry handle is sturdy. The coloring is nice too, it is not dull yet not overly bright. Inside you will find plenty of trays to place hard-baits and some space in the bottom for plastics bag and loose tackle. I found myself still having room to add and shut the box with stacks of worm bags three high with one 300 yard spool of line and pliers on top. The hard baits slips are plenty deep on the bottom and middle tray for things like long jerk-baits and trolling lures. I recommend keeping loose terminal tackle on the top tray so it's easier to "fish" out.
Very pleased so far and I recommend. I am yet to do the leak test, therefore corrosion test. Although, my tackle is in dry storage in rainy weather anyhow since I fish from a boat more than shore.