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Brand:
Plano
Model:
Stowaway small 5 compartment
MSRP ($):
3.00

When I am out fishing on foot one of the first few things I think about is packing light. I know my area where I fish and I know what works so packing just what I need to catch those bass is cinch using this small Plano stowaway. 

It features 5 compartments, a latching lid, and an eye opening to attach a rope or a lanyard. I use a lanyard and hand the box around my neck. The lid has never came open on me but I do sometimes keep a rubber band around it just in case. This is not a waterproof case. I also modified mine and cut one compartment wall out to make a larger space for a lighter, extra phone battery and my fishing license. 

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Plano Stowaway

A great little tackle box. Perfect for your pocket or hanging around your neck

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Small Ponds
Used:
30+ times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
small, lightweight, cheap
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