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  •  I currently own a Havoc Bag which holds 3 3600 and 2 3601 Plano boxes.  I currently own a Havoc Bag which holds 3 3600 and 2 3601 Plano boxes. Also what Tackle boxes are the best design for lures. Tell me model number and details of tackle boxes. Also wondering whats best spinning tackle box. I buy Plano boxes to replace them. the boxes that come with them generally suck. the boxes that come with them generally suck.  Planos come in numerous sizes but for the larger bags the 3700 and 3701's should work fine. Give me details about why its the best tackle bag. They will be going into a backpack at times and mostly into tackle bag.


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Best Youth Football Play – Beast Right Tank

He started playing football in 3rd grade and played through HS. His High School Offensive Coordinator and Linebacker's coach, was Ron Schroeder, one of the winningest Coaches in Texas Football History.  The TB or last back in the second line just turns to his right and blocks the DE setting up the contain box.  I think the game was called Playmaker football and it had several single wing type formations and I happened on what I called Loud Rowdy Monkey for Left, Right and Middle alignments of this weird power football offensive formation. This is a place where youth football coaches can share information about coaching youth football.  But when I start running this formation in youth football leagues the next season I will have one or two of my opponents start running the Beast. We finally made it to my favorite and best youth football play since I started coaching youth football  in 1994.  I knew from my youth football days that the youth game is mostly running the football for both offenses and defenses. I have run the Beast formation as my only offensive formation for two seasons, and both seasons made it to the play offs.  Look, not every youth football coach has studs and can run a Spread or have a few Peyton Mannings to run our offense.  Coach Gregory calls the formation, the Beast, which sounds tougher and meaner than a Monkey so I now call it Beast too. If defensive players start submarining the formation,  have your offensive lineman use their arms like fork lift arms and stop the penetration then lay on them if unable to move the defensive player out.  I believe in at least two formations in a youth offense, so the Beast works great as our power formation in most situations. Have a great Spring Football Season, Welcome to Coach Parker's Youth Football Zone.  In my rookie coaching season with Plano Sports Authority just north of Dallas, I bought a Apple Macintosh football simulation game and started using it to formulate plays.  We do not run the Beast as our main formation anymore but as one of our power formations.  If your team just relies on your RBs to make all the plays and your players do not learn how to block then this play will not work.  If you are losing major yardage on this play your QB is running the play too deep.  I started coaching youth football using the Loud Rowdy Monkey Beast so I love the formation just like many of you love the Spread.  Our opponent blitz the tackle hole and the QB saw the early hole open and sprinted 99 yards to the goal line.  I like to run the Beast when I need two yards or to run out the clock.  I know I know, but it is not today’s football but it is early football.  I wrote the article today because a coach emailed me about his playoff success using the Beast, and he wanted me to breakdown the Beast this week. Coach Parker has been coaching youth sports since 1994. In 1994, he was a member of the Plano Sports Authority Football Coaching Staff of the Year.  Make sure you QB is looking for the early hole because the defense will sometimes sell out to the outside hole and the inside hole is wide open.  So if the QB runs the ball the order of backs on second line are FB, WB, TB.  See above play diagram.  And most importantly it WORKS at the youth football level and if you search on YoutTube you can find a few HS in California running the Beast.  The WB and FB angle block to the right riding the offensive line hips basically setting up a flying trap on CB and LB as they reach the second level of the defense. Your running backs are lined up directly behind the tackles and tight end.  So before you blow off the Beast make sure you read on because if you like the Wedge play then this is just a flying wedge trap to one side of the Center.  If I wanted to coach in the league had to take this team, so I did, and the Beast formation got us to the playoffs.  I now run the Beast as one of my power formations.  If they have a tough defensive line you can Severe Angle block if you need to.  Your offensive lineman must try to keep their shoulders together to stay close similar to maybe a flying wedge. the hole over the playside guard and at the outside tackles butt.  They do not push hard nor do the push the lineman straight but a little to the left as the running backs step right. Coach Parker also played Racquetball and Handball for Texas A&M club teams and was a certified racquetball instructor.  We scored a 99 yard game winning TD hitting the early hole in one of our playoff games a few years ago.  Sometimes, the defense stacks the gaps over the running backs and leaves a big hole over the playside gaurd.  The formation starts with an overloaded offensive line to the right.  The QB should feel his inside forearm slide over the butts over the lineman until he sees daylight to turn up between the FB and WB blocks and ride the wave to the numbers and finally to the end zone.  We usually run one or more of the following along with the Beast.  Because the QB is running right off the o-lineman hips, you cannot allow penetration.  His closeness to the o-line prevents any loss greater than one yard on this play.  This play also uses the principle of putting more players at the point of attack than the defense can handle. living, breathing and playing football.  From what I can tell in my research, Yale ran the Beast formation in the early 1900′s.  We really do not want the defense over shifting their line into gaps and subbing every gap.  But you must block for this play to work.  If you cannot block well this play will not work.  One last thing on the QB run.  As you can see this play is all about blocking.  If the DE tries to shoot the gap the TB must pick that up.  A pre-read by the TB will help him see the DE’s intentions.

Nov 17, 2012 by Matt | Posted in Camping

What do you have in your emergency bag?

"I'd rather have it and not need it than need it and not have it." That seems to be a popular saying around my town. With that said, I am currently making a list of items I want/need for my Emergency Preparedness (Bug Out) Bag. So far this is what I've got planned so far to go in my CFP-90 Main Pack with Patrol Pack: MAIN COMPARTMENT: 2 Man Sleeping Tent Compression Bag (Jacket, change of clothes, sleeping bag, rain suit) 16 AA Batteries / 16 AAA Batteries 50' OD 550 Cord Plano 1350 Magnum Tackle Box (Yo Yo's, Trot Line, Fishing Tackle) Fillet Knife w/Sharpener 2 Hand Warmers 3 Emergency Blanket Thermal Blanket 50' 1/8" cord 4 Pair Socks / 2 Underwear / 1 Shirt / 1 Pair Long Johns Assortment Zip Ties LOWER COMPARTMENT: 1x8x10 Camo Tarp Individual Camo Net Clear Box; 2 Lighters / 8 Tea Candles Krazy Glue 2 Steel Wool 2 Rags Black Dry Box; 0.5 oz Bee Sting / Snake Bite Kit Tube Antibiotic Ointment 4 Small Packets Anitbiotic Ointment Burn Gel Tube Hydrocortisone Tube Lamisil Various Wound Dressings Various Band Aids Bottle of Skin Shield (liquid bandage w/antiseptic Alcohol Wipes Smelling Salts Nail Clippers Medical Tape Scissors Box Latex Gloves Dental Floss OUTSIDE, UPPER COMPARTMENT 50' Camo Cord Blue Dry Bag; 120 Lumen LED Flashlight Hunting Knife Multi-Tool Lensatic Compass Folding Saw Compass / Whistle / Thermometer / Magnifying Glass Nylon Strap / 2 Shoe Laces OUTSIDE LOWER COMPARTMENT Dry Bags; 1 Clear, 1 Red, 1 Blue, 1 Green Hand Held Crank Radio OUTSIDE FULL LENGTH COMPARTMENT 2 500ml Bottles of Water Camp Shovel Pair of Gloves Scarf Water Purifcation (Tablets and Filter) PATROL PACK MAIN COMPARTMENT: Water Filter (up to 200 gallons) 2 Box Granola Bars 2 Rolls TP (in plastic bag) 50' OD 550 Cord Bottle Hand Sanitizer Shake-Charge / Waterproof Flashlight Blue Dry Bag; 2 Jars Peanut Butter 8 Tins Corned Beef Orange Dry Bag; Lightweight Pot / Bowl Silverware Assortment Seasonings 2 Lighters Magnesium Fire Starter 2 Sterno Cans Black Bag; 3 Bars Soap 3 Tooth Brush / Toothpaste / Dental Floss 2 Deodorant Bag Q-tips I've also got a Bear Anarchy compound bow for large game and Ruger .22 Air Rifle for small game (squirrels, rabbit, birds, etc.) along with a large machete. What do you have in yours?


Vaseline, kleenex and a cigarette

| Nov 19, 2012
Jack | Nov 17, 2012
Ha ha ha. I did not recon any question here, basically you have all the things that you need. Do you have cornhole boards, might be, you can check for it. Anyway, you have enough in your emergency bag. :)
Honest | Nov 17, 2012
A few gold and silver coins, two fire starting outfits, and plastic service cards in leather belt. Belt suspends sheathed K-bar, belt pouches for 200 LR, 200 Shorts and it links to packing suspenders. Black pack exterior has scabbards for bolt cutter and wood saw. Hydration gear in pack eliminates bottle storage. Carry 'biners and sheathed kernmantle to do prusik or exterior descents. The suspenders link to waist climbing harness. Pack carries socks, rain gear, trapdoor long-johns, biker tent, cleaning kit, and body care. Barter include non-prescription, peppercorns, salt, and sewing kits. Will wear hard hat (re: cooking bowl), black coveralls, black mesh under-attire, supple elk skin gloves, forestry firefighting boots. Will shoulder-sling scoped .22 bolt-action for low noise hunting or encourage spirit of cooperation. Cache as needed to preserve replacement goods. May move to fishing and snares if I'm feeling crowded.
MountainMan | Nov 17, 2012
You could greatly reduce the list. I cannot tell whether you are planning an emergency lasting a week or a year with two jars of peanut butter and eight tins of corned beef set against three bars of soap. Your list is inconsistent. Henry Ford always tried to build cars in which every part would fail at the same number of years. Similarly, you need to pack essentials according to a specific anticipated timeframe, so that no single item will run-out before the other items. Furthermore, I do not see on the list the items that are going to require your AA and AAA batteries. I do not see a headlamp, for example. You are packing way too much weight, in my opinion. You should study backpacking checklists and plan for a brief emergency of a week or two, which is far more probable than eternity. Re-evaluate your food list based on the diverse menu that you are going to want after a few days in a crisis situation.
chris w | Nov 17, 2012
Pack like you are going on an extended back packing trip and add your choice of hand gun, extra ammo, antibiotics enough for you for a year and enough to to trade with and booze for medicinal and trade purposes compare your list to a real back packers list, http://www.rei.com/learn/expert-advice/b ackpacking-checklist.html
Mark M | Nov 18, 2012
The point of a bug-out-bag is to grab and go to a nearby safe evacuation zone as quickly as possible. A BoB is not intended to be a long-term survival kit. A change of clothes, a couple changes of underwear, cash, passport, copies of important papers, a supply of prescription medications and the 10 essentials to hold you over for as long as it should take to get to your safety zone. For the majority of Americans their primary safety zone is going to be a friend or neighbor's house, hunting cabin, vacation home, or disaster relief/relocation center within 50 miles of where you live. How fast you can cover 50 miles on foot depends on the amount of weight you're carrying, the comfort of your pack, fit and comfort of your boots, terrain and physical conditioning. To give you some frame of reference look at thru-hiker notes: * Average base pack weight is 12 to 22 pounds * Add 1.5 to 2 pounds food per day * Water is 2 pounds per liter, you generally want to carry at least 2 liters * Average distance covered is 8 to 10 miles per day at the outset, increasing ... to 12-16 miles per day after a week (you shouldn't need to go that long) * Loaded hikers will burn 3000-5000 calories per day on the trail and ... drink 3 to 4 liters of water. Though its not necessarily the most lightweight setup, (~10lbs), the modular sleep system is a good companion to the CFP-90. The bottom compartment is designed to hold the MSS, it is a multi-part system that accommodates a wide range of temperatures down to -30*F, and includes a GoreTex bivy bag so you can leave the tent behind. Of course you could fit a -0*F down sleeping bag (~2.5lbs), thermal sleeping bag liner (~1.5lbs), and an ultralight tent (~2.5lbs) in the same space and save 4lbs of weight, though at a much higher cost, but this won't be as comfortable in warmer temperatures. Don't forget a foam pad or air mattress to keep you off the cold,
Oct 15, 2012 by Bruce | Posted in Fishing

What do you use for teminal tackle storage?

Skip to the last paragraph for the actual Q... I'll this from now on so you can skip my unessesary rants, if you read past "actual Q" ... You don't hate me yet, that's good! For my soft bag I use Plano, 1061 (The little 3 pack that has 1 single compartment box, 1 4 fixed compartment box, and one 6 compartment box) Very small and fits nearly anywhere for my octopus hooks. Plano 3455 For Worm hooks and another forJig-headss. And the waterproof 3500, one for my drop shot weights, bullet weights, screw in bullet weights and egg sinkers. Then another for Split shots, nail weights, sinker stops, toothpicks (Which I keep in a small bag from an arts and crafts store if not they slip into another slot) Tube rattles, beads, swivels, brass carolina tickers", and other more specific things I use these becausee they fit well among both my hard and soft tackle systems So what do you store your terminal tackle in? Do you keep them in original bags, or separatete it into boxes along your tackle box? Thanks guys! Oh... S-B-a-C-B, great answer but I only meant things like hooks and weights. Nice adding the rest of it though. Basically I didin't mean lures just rigging materials and such. As explained I keep mine between the sizes I mentioned. That's why they are such small box sizes, terminal tackle dosent need a huge tray, All my lure boxes that go in my main box and bag are 3600 and 3700 like most people. Thank you very much for the detailed answer though, I really appriciate those. JohnB) Thanks for the answer, I use some flambou trays seperatly for a quick trip on hard-baits. The zerust works great! Thanks again


LURES: I honestly have 1 little plano box with about half a dozen lures. A Frog, 2 topwater plugs, 2 Rat-l-traps, a Rapala Original floater, a Spinnerbait, a Jig and a Buzzbait. SOFT PLASTICS: I have another regular sized tackle box with pumpkin seed and tequila sunrise curly tail worms, red & black brush hogs, watermelon senkos, watermelon flukes, watermelon horny toads and pumpkin seed lizards. WEIGHTS & HOOKS: The only weights I have are worm weights and the only hooks I have are circle hooks & worm hooks and I just keep them in the same little bag I bought them in. I try to take as few things as I can because I put them all in a backpack since I mostly fish from the shore, fish down here arent very picky and I usually catch about 6 bass in half an hour using just 1 or 2 lures, then again I fish in a small, non brackish, freshwater lake that literally nobody fishes in even though its right next to the biggest road in the city lol. The rest of my fishing gear is stored away at home in my tackle box which I hardly have to open, I believe that my system makes it sooo much easier to switch lures or to find things.

| Oct 15, 2012
jonb | Oct 15, 2012
I use a flambeau outdoor zip up multi level tackle bag that fits up to 7 medium sized plano boxes. I keep only terminal in this bag, one box devoted to swivels and clips, 2 for different hooks, 2 for weights, 1 for pike/musky leaders and another for miselanious ( mostly flipping/ pitching stuff, bobber stops, t pegs, punchskirts ect.) Have 2 different bags for storing hard baits ( jigs, crankbaits, ect) and another devoted strictly to soft plastics and large hudd swim baits. My flambeau bag works great for all my terminal and came with 4 medium plano's for 35 bucks, its tall rather than wide so it dosent take up much floor space on the boat
enufofthisshit | Oct 16, 2012
Oh, God... if you saw what l carried with me... a tacklebox full of lures and terminal tackle. has all my spinnerbaits and buzzbaits as well as knives pliers and other necessary tools. a soft bag with 7 or 8 what,? maybe 6X9 or 7Xsomething boxes. one small double sided plano box in EACH of two pockets on this bag. maybe 7X10. this is my worm pack and needs worms from 3 and 4 inches up to 10 and 12. the big worms l use only in a very few dark colors but all the others, especially the 4s, 6s and 7s l need a multitude of colors to "match the hatch" as it were. another small bag with a half dozen little bit smaller boxes with all my spooks, ricos, frogs and other hardware. anyhow, that's basically it.

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Plano

Creator: Kristy Lawrie Gravlin, Anne Sears, Jeanne Valentine, Plano Community Library District | History - 2012-09-10

In 1952, Warren K. “Pete” Henning's frustration with rusting metal tackle boxes led Plano Molding Company to become the world's first manufacturer of plastic tackle boxes. Here, workers assemble tackle boxes in 1976. The firm moved into its ...

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

About this book
Plano's founders, Marcus Steward and John F. Hollister, along with their families, settled in Kendall County in 1838. Hollister selected the town's name from the Latin planus, signifying "flat" or "plane." With the invention of the first successful harvester in 1861, Plano earned the title of "Birthplace of the Harvester" and established the town as a leading manufacturer of farm implements. It continued to attract a variety of factories, most notably Plano Molding Company, creator of the first plastic tackle boxes. Under the leadership of Joseph Smith III, the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints established its national headquarters in Plano. Its original "stone church" is a landmark, as is the world-famous Farnsworth House, designed by influential architect Mies Van Der Rohe.



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Field & Stream

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FIELD & STREAM, America’s largest outdoor sports magazine, celebrates the outdoor experience with great stories, compelling photography, and sound advice while honoring the traditions hunters and fishermen have passed down for generations.



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LEGO Spybotics Secret Agent Training Manual

Creator: Ralph Hempel | Computers - 2002-11-22

The Plano 1140 Tackle Box Each of the Spybots has some parts that just won't fit into the Plano 3500 tackle box. These include the handheld controller, the Spybot brick, and the large wheels or tracks that drive the Spybot. You'll want to find a ...

Publisher: Apress

About this book
LEGO Spybotics Secret Agent Training Manual provides complete coverage of the ultimate LEGO Spybotics system. Author Ralph Hempel begins with a Spybotics overview and then delves into the nitty-gritty of Spybotics, including systems training, construction and care, agent communications, mission selection, and even advanced topics, such as how to customize your missions. LEGO Spybotics Secret Agent Training Manual is designed to help secret agents get the most out of their LEGO Spybot. Agents will benefit from Hempel's detailed mission summaries, tips on deciphering common problems, and instructions on how to program the Spybot to run top-secret missions by itself. Hempel puts all of the mission-critical information right at your fingertips. Enjoy it even when you're not running covert missions with your Spybot! Are you ready?


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    Plano 1374 4-By Rack System 3700 Size Tackle Box

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    Limited Lifetime Warranty
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    Missing Pieces? Or is it....

    0 2/5 DrewBenz - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Plano 7771 Guide Series Tackle System (Sports) When looking at the photo's you see in one where you get 3 individual top plastic holders, and on the bottom you get 4 plastic drawers, and 1 plastic box that tucks in the side. Also according to some reviews this is what you get. But, if you read the fine print this is not what you get, and this is not what I got, my tackle box only came with 1 top plastic container, and had nothing inside of the bottom corner piece. When you read the small print it says you get 1-3500 storage piece and 4-3701 storage pieces, and nothing else. So I'm disappointed with this as I was expecting more. Aside from these misses pieces, the color of the box is more of a brown color, not the lighter grey you see in the pictures. Different color -1 star, two missing pieces -2 stars. I like to get what I intended to purchase, not a victim of bait and switch. Overall, I do love the box, and will put it to good use, and hopefully catch some nice fish, after I go buy some extra storage pieces . 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 9, 2011

    Great Box !!

    0 5/5 M. S. Harris (Dinwiddie, VA USA) - See all my reviews, February 28, 2008

    Camp Kitchen...

    I bought this tackle box four years ago, to make a camp kitchen. I love the Plano tackle boxes, and thoroughly examined them all, as I had specific camping kitchen gear I need to pack. This one works like a charm. I removed the internal boxes, gave them to my husband for computer bits, and packed it up.The very top holds all my spices and small things, matches, etc (It is not waterproof here, so, I put in containers that WERE waterproof.)The shallow layer holds plates, water bag, larger cooking utensils. The right top pocket holds all the eating utensils. The largest compartment holds a small pressure cooker, a mixing bowl inside that, and 5 stainless steel bowls inside that. Underneath them is a chopping board. I also stuff in various potholders, towels, dishsoap, dishscrubbers. And finally, the bottommost right compartment is perfect for two large mugs.I am the envy of my camping friends who keep this all in a box. And, many friends have emulated my set... 5/5 M. Burdwood Porter (Austin, Texas) - See all my reviews, June 5, 2011
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    Step backward for Plano

    0 3/5 John Percival - See all my reviews, April 27, 2012

    Good, but pretty large

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    0 5/5 YinYangMama (Southern California) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Plano 1364 4-By Rack System 3650 Size Tackle Box (Sports) I bought this for my beading projects. I outgrew the previous tool box I used and thought a tackle box would be great! The individual drawers are enclosed so I don't have to worry about the beads spilling out. The top section is big and allows me to keep my beading tools and other bigger items. I am happy with this product - the price and quality have lived up to my expectations! 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 28, 2007

    Good Product with Some Minor Issues for Electronics Hobby

    My use for the tackle box was to store electronic components I use for my electronics hobby. I work on everything from audio amplifiers to electronics for various automotive applications.The top container: The container is the perfect size to keep oscilloscope probes without winding too tightly. It also holds patch cords with banana plugs and coax cables nicely. It is large enough to hold my breadboard which contains 3 standard terminal strips separated by a bus strip in between and one bus strip that runs across the top. The top section can be locked, but it is made out of plastic so I wouldn't keep anyone out other than a small child. This could be nice as it will prevent a curious person from damaging your oscilloscope probes or worse pulling components out of your breadboarded project you have worked hard on.The bottom boxes: These boxes are great as they have removable dividers that can be changed to fit various sized components or the... 4/5 Alex - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Plano 1364 4-By Rack System 3650 Size Tackle Box (Sports) My use for the tackle box was to store electronic components I use for my electronics hobby. I work on everything from audio amplifiers to electronics for various automotive applications.The top container: The container is the perfect size to keep oscilloscope probes without winding too tightly. It also holds patch cords with banana plugs and coax cables nicely. It is large enough to hold my breadboard which contains 3 standard terminal strips separated by a bus strip in between and one bus strip that runs across the top. The top section can be locked, but it is made out of plastic so I wouldn't keep anyone out other than a small child. This could be nice as it will prevent a curious person from damaging your oscilloscope probes or worse pulling components out of your breadboarded project you have worked hard on.The bottom boxes: These boxes are great as they have removable dividers that can be changed to fit various sized components or the... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , August 20, 2010

    Tool/Tackle box...

    0 4/5 B. Johnson "Joshua" (California, U.S.A.) - See all my reviews, May 2, 2008
    List Price: $45.99
    Backed by Plano's limited lifetime warranty
    Measures 13.375 by 10 by 14 inches
    Interchangeable with any Plano 3600 series utility boxes
    Tackle box contains four 2-3650 Plano utility boxes
    DuraView front cover; extra storage under the lid


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I currently own a Havoc Bag which holds 3 3600 and 2 3601 Plano boxes. If you need something larger I would recommend the Abu Garcia tacklebag. Both are very durable and hold everything you need. One key thing about both the boxes that come with ...
BassResource.com (press release) - Feb 15, 2013

Then-House Speaker Dennis Hastert (R-Ill.), for example, won a repeal of excise taxes on fishing tackle boxes, as a gift to Plano Molding Co. of Illinois, the biggest manufacturer of those boxes. Sen. Zell Miller (D-Ga.) successfully pushed for a break ...
Huffington Post - Feb 16, 2013

Owning a Plano® tackle box has become a heritage that has endured for more than half a century. In 1952, Plano introduced the first molded plastic tackle box. For the next fifty years, the Plano brand found its way into the hearts and hands of four ...
MuskieFIRST - Feb 12, 2013

Friday's winner gets a Plano tacklebox loaded with Gene Larew and Bobby Garland lures worth an estimated $200. Find links to the contest and full explanation of the rules on the World's Bassmaster Classic website at tulsaworld.com/bassmaster. Original ...
Tulsa World - Feb 14, 2013

This time, it comes in the form of a no-nonsense storage container developed for traveling with species and technique specific tackle. Plano's fully interchangeable Flex 'N Go Tackle Satchel is precisely what the on-the-go angler asked for. Standing ...
MuskieFIRST - Feb 06, 2013


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