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NEW PLANO BAIT CONTAINER STOWAWAY PROTECTS YOUR TRUCK, BOAT AND TACKLE BAGS FROM LEAKING LIQUIDS

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LEAKING LIQUID SALVATION

NEW PLANO BAIT CONTAINER STOWAWAY PROTECTS YOUR TRUCK, BOAT AND TACKLE BAGS FROM LEAKING LIQUIDS

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Plano, IL (April 28, 2015) – We’ve all got ‘em… little jars stuffed with salmon eggs, dough bait, stink bait, plastic maggots, bloodworms, pork trailers or some other natural or engineered miracle bait substance. They roll around inside our tackle boxes and boats, clinking menacingly at the crest of every wave and speed bump. Break one and spill its odiferous, liquid contents, and your tackle bag, truck or boat just earned a life sentence of foul funkiness.

No worries. The unchallenged champs of the tackle storage world – Plano – promise to protect you from such sticky and stinky situations. After all, Plano has been helping anglers protect and organize their tackle for over 60 years.

Enter the Plano Bait Container StowAway. On the outside, it sports the familiar look and friendly dimensions of Plano’s classic 3700-size Deep StowAway™ Utility Box, assuring it will find a home in any Plano fan’s existing tackle storage arsenal. Lift its sturdy ProLatch latches, however, and anglers will find a thick and thoughtful foam insert designed to cradle up to 15 individual 1.5-inch diameter bait jars, plus three more 1.75-inch jars.

Plano Bait Container StowAway (Approximate retail price $12.99 – $14.99)

Model Number 2373130

  • Foam insert holds 15 1.5-inch diameter bait jars and three 1.75-inch bait jars
  • ProLatch™ Latches

 

No matter how simple or difficult the application, Plano makes the products that store tackle right. So don’t be afraid to get nasty with the preserved crawdad claws and spawn sacs during your next trip to the lake. Just be sure to pack a couple Plano Bait Container StowAways first.

 

 

 

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