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Thursday, 10 September 2020 11:09

Z-Man Releases Bait LockerZ For Efficient Softbait Storage

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Z-Man has recently revealed its Bait LockerZ, which is a softbait storage case. 
According to Daniel Nussbaum, Z-Man president, it was crafted first and foremost for quick access to your soft plastics even if you have dozens of bait packs. This is something that anglers have typically struggled with when using binder-style totes and other tackle bags. Not only do these tend to be very limited, not to mention disorganized, but almost none of them allow you to finger-walk through all your bait packs with ease like the Bait LockerZ.
If you are a fan of ElaZtech and other baits you will appreciate the Bait LockerZ as it was tailored to precisely encase the width of standard 7-inch zip-lock bags. Bait LockerZ includes four removable Velcro dividers, which provide access to five separate, personalized compartments. Since the bait bags stand upright, flat, and organized, they are easily identifiable and accessible. Storing ElaZtech baits in their original packages also means their natural, original shapes are preserved without compressing or deforming them. Even if you have a large collection, the LockerZ can comfortably house up to 50 packs of ElaZtech or other softbaits, which should be more than enough for any occasion.
The Bait LockerZ features a tough, robust top enclosure that makes use of powerful magnetic flaps to stay shut, which prevents the lid from blowing open or water getting inside. It's a great design that also means there's no struggling with zippers to get access to your bait collection. To further safeguard the contents during transport it has dual snap enclosures while the rugged, rubberized bottom panel keeps moisture out. Also, the Bait LockerZ has a convenient lid handle and nylon should strap. The five clear storage compartments make it easy to isolate hooks, jigheads, and lures while bigger items can be placed in the two larger interior enclosures. It even has a spacious exterior mesh pocket where essential tools like jumbo bait bags, leader/lines spools, and more can be safeguarded. The 600 denier waterproof canvas design of the Bait LockerZ means it's going to last a while.
The other great thing about the Bait LockerZ is that it was designed with the needs of kayak anglers in mind and fits perfectly in place behind a kayak seat or other designated storage footprints. Check out www.zmansfishing. com where the Bait LockerZ can be found at an MSRP of $59.99.
Naomi Bolton

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