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Scotty "455 Bait Board & Accessory Tray"

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Scotty "455 Bait Board & Accessory Tray"

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455 Bait Board & Accessory Tray
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The Scotty "455 Bait Board & Accessory Tray" is the ultimate multi-purpose workspace for all your tool, tackle, and gear prep needs. Quickly mount the 455 to any of our post mounts, enabling storage for all of your fishing favorites with the built-in lure and accessory rack.

Quick and easy access to everything you need is now conveniently at your finger tips. Exterior tray walls let you cut bait and prep lures in a tidy, contained space. Keep knives, pliers, hook sharpeners and other sharp objects organized in between use for added safety. 

You can easily customize your 455 to the right height and angle by attaching any Scotty adjustable extender, such as the 429 Gear Head Mount Extender. Mount the durable board to your kayak with our 453 Gimbal Mount Adapter. 

The 455 comes with a universal post base, to fit any of our Rod Holder Mounts and Adapters. 

So go ahead and speed through the prep work. Spend more time fighting the fish, and not the fishing gear!


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Scotty Bait Board

I bought this not to actually cut bait on but as a safe place to leave my big pike lures as I swapped them out. When fishing for pike or musky I usually rotate between 3-5 primary lures. These are big lures with big, sharp hooks that I want handy when I need them but need to keep from hooking myself. I bought the Scotty bait board because I already had Scotty mounts. I've only used it a couple of times because while it does work to keep my main baits handy it just eats up too much valuable space in my yak. I actually found a better alternative to those main baits safely within reach...a 48 ounce plastic Folgers coffee container.

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
2-6 times

Pros & Cons

Keeps my lures in easy reach
Takes up a lot of space
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