Best Tackle Boxes

Anglers all have one thing in common: tons of fishing lures.  We have spinnerbaits to topwaters and they are all in different color schemes.  If you are like me, I like to make sure all my lures are organized within a nice sized tackle box (or two).  Depending on your level of fishing, be it only a hobby or you are a professional in the sport, you may have different needs when it comes to your tackle box.  This led me to this informational guide of the best tackle boxes and their special features.

One of BassLures.net more popular posts is the Plano tackle box product review, specifically the 7771 Guide Series Tackle System(you can read it here).  If you are currently in the market for a new tackle box, the interactive chart below will take all the guess work out of making the correct decision.  Everyone’s needs are different so not only does this chart compare price and rating from real users but gives you the special features for each tackle box.  (Disclaimer:  By purchasing through affiliate links on BassLures.net, we receive a small commission on your purchase, however this is at no additional cost to you.  The small commission is used to aid the daily upkeep of this website.  We most definitely thank you in advance).

Tackle BoxBrand Name/ModelSpecial Features
Price
Rating

Plano 1374 4-By Rack System
4-By Rack System, Limited Lifetime Warranty
$$
4.7

Plano 1354 4-By Rack System
4-By Rack System, DuraView front cover, Limited Lifetime Warranty
$
4.3

Plano 7771 Guide Series Tackle System
3 Removable Bait Racks, Top DuraView Lens
$$$$
4.4

River Monsters 1 Tray Tackle Box
62 piece, Camo-style, great for beginners
$
4.3

Plano StowAway System(Graphite/Sandstone)
4 removable utility boxes, side tool storage, 3 removable spinnerbait racks
$$$
4.7

South Bend Wormgear Tackle Box
88-piece, assortment of hooks, great starter for kids
$
3.4

Plano 1362 2-By Rack System
2-By rack system, cattle guard front door, limited lifetime warranty
$
4.7

PLANO 1444 Magnum Guide Series
4 layer storage system, smoke DuraView lens
$$
4.6

Flambeau Outdoors 7-Tray Hip Roof Tackle Box
7 tray storage, 59 divisible compartments
$$
3.8

Ready 2 Fish Soft Sided Tackle Bag
Great for hiking, multiple storage compartments to keep lures and fishing gear
$
4.3

Included in the matrix are 5 columns:

  • Tackle Box Picture
  • Tackle Box Brand – (click to view more details or to purchase)
  • Special Features – Special features each brand comes with
  • Price – These are approximate prices for each tackle box on Amazon.com.  These change frequently based on availability, special promotions and more. $ = less than $20, $$ = $20 to $40, $$$ = $40 to $60, $$$$ = $60+
  • Rating – The average user rating on Amazon.com.  This can be very helpful in your decision if you see others using the product and their satisfaction.

Now It’s Up to You

Now that you have seen the options and reviewed our top picks for the best tackle box on the market, it’s up to you to pick what meets your fishing lure needs, is in your price range, and overall help you.

As you know, new tackle boxes are being created all the time by new and old manufacturers.  For that reason, the comparison chart above will be updated as new products need to be added to the list.  Or if you feel like we missed a great tackle box that needs to be included on the list, let me know in the comments below!

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