AmericanPressTravelNews-October 17th, Knoxville, TN.-As publisher of APTN, I am also a prolific magazine writer. I write about food and travel, but my roots are in the realm of fishing, hunting, boating and all manner of non-ball sports and endeavors. This article is devoted to where and how I keep my terminal tackle. For many decades I have always utilized Plano Tackle Boxes. Recently I acquired two new Plano products. You guessed it, also tackle boxes and keepers. The first of the 2 units is the Guide Series 3600 the No. Six Stowaway. This compact model is great for Kayak fishing, canoe or any small or larger boat use too. It has a Utili-Tackle Rail System that has attachment points for accessories, gear, or tie -down bungees. The top holds a Stowaway Utility box for quicker than quick access. Corner feet on the base elevates the bag above any puddles while the rubber accents on the base reduces sliding. A compact box with enough storage for even the tackle-hoarder angler.
The other Plano unit is a 3700 Series Z Series zipper bag design with 4-included large stowaway boxes. The backpack design lets you head out with hands free for rods or while heading to the boat, pier or shore. It has a water-resistant fabric coating that keeps the outside water splashes outside. The unit sports a wrap style front pocket for quick asset to your gear. Love this unit too!
Check them out by going to your favorite tackle store or go on-line: www.planomolding.com