Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Plano WaterProof StowAway 3740 Review


Plano WaterProof StowAway 3740 Review

Walker Smith

This tackle box keeps your gear in its place and free of moisture

Earlier this winter on a cold and rainy Sunday, I became oddly inspired. I’ll be the first to admit I’m not always the most organized angler in regards to my tackle management, but I decided it was time for a much needed change. I got a wild hair to break out the label maker, empty my boat and start everything from scratch.

During this long and tedious process, I decided to utilize my new Plano WaterProof StowAway 3740 box for my terminal tackle storage. I’ve used lots of different boxes in the past—and most of them were pretty good—but not exactly what I was looking for. It takes a pretty stout box to withstand the weight of tungsten, lead, hooks and swivels.

I’ve now been using this box for well over two months and have been quite happy with its performance. After dozens of fishing trips, several rainstorms and a few pond fishing trips sprinkled in-between, it has proven to be an excellent and practical storage solution.

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