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Plano® Magnum HipRoof Tray Tackle Box - 8616

There's no reason to leave part of your lure arsenal at home when you employ Plano’s Magnum HipRoof Tray Tackle Box 8616. Featuring six large trays with adjustable dividers to create 38 to 46 compartments, the Magnum HipRoof 8616 is designed with 20% more bulk storage space for pliers, scent sprays, GPS, and other gear. Integrated lure trays and can holders are more ways you’re able to take advantage of every inch of this tackle box. Double-sided latches secure fishing tackle. Color: Green/Sandstone. Size: 18-3/4'' L x 12'' W x 10-1/4'' H.
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What would someone reckamend if I keep breaking the trays?

asked 5 years, 5 months ago
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Open the bottom section with both hands to ovoid putting too much pressure on one corner at a time and make sure your lures are not sticking up too far in the upper or lower section before closing.
answered 5 years, 5 months ago
 - Panama City, Fl.
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