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    Plano introduces new musky tackle box

    For those of you looking for a smaller tackle box, you should check out this new offering from Plano. I intend to get one for when I'm fishing in a friend's boat.

    Here's the press release:

    BIG DEAL FOR BIG BAITS
    AWARD-WINNING HYDRO-FLO DESIGN APPLIED TO HANGING BAIT STORAGE IN ALL-NEW PLANO M-SERIES HYDRO-FLO TACKLE BAG

    Plano, IL (December 21, 2015) – In 2011, Plano’s original Guide Series 4674 Hydro-Flo™ Tackle Bag earned an ICAST “Best of Show” for an ingenious design that allowed water to flow right through the base of the bag, an industry first. Since then, the Hydro-Flo has become a favorite with anglers the world over.

    For 2016, Plano’s angling engineers have applied their award-winning Hydro-Flo design to the all-new M-Series Hydro-Flo Tackle Bag, a beast of a bag with a manageable footprint and shockingly cavernous interior configured for space-saving storage of big baits via vertical hanging.

    Muskie maniacs, swimbait specialists and saltwater jig junkies have had limited tackle storage options... Until now. The M-Series Hydro-Flo Tackle Bag stores up to 25 of their large lures in clever hanging bait compartments. Tie ‘em, fish ‘em, hang ‘em and rinse ‘em. The M-Series Hydro-Flo’s spacious main compartment keeps big baits organized, secure and dry, courtesy of a flow-through design and the reinforced namesake base.

    This strikingly stately olive green and cerulean blue bag is big business on the outside, too, with a parade of plus-sized perimeter pockets that zip open and closed to secure all the tools, goods, gear and accessories any angler could need during a day on the water.

    Plano Model No. 414300 M-Series Hydro-Flo™ Tackle Bag
    Hydro-Flo base allows water to drain out bag’s bottom for drying or rinsing of lures
    Cavernous interior with 25 hanging bait compartments to house your large lures
    Exterior pockets to secure all your tools, accessories and gear in easily accessible locations
    Holds 25 hanging compartments, plus one 3700 Series StowAway
    Product size: 19”L x 13”W x 18”H
    MSRP: Model 413900, $79.99

    Thanks to Plano’s Hydro-Flo performance, you can now run your big, expensive baits hard and put ‘em away wet. They’ll dry fast inside the new M-Series Hydro-Flo Tackle Bag, one of four all-new high capacity M-Series designs – including 3600 and 3700 size M-Series Tackle Bags and an M-Series Messenger Bag – merging voluminous interiors with a sexy signature look. Learn more at www.planomolding.com.
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    Great post! Thanks for the update - a great addition to the world of Musky boxes, i will certainly be picking one up!

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    Steve, do you know what the color of the interior is? I ask because I hate all of my old boxes/bags with black interiors, the units with white interiors are way more user friendly.
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by CEK View Post
    Steve, do you know what the color of the interior is? I ask because I hate all of my old boxes/bags with black interiors, the units with white interiors are way more user friendly.
    Thanks
    Sorry Carl ... I haven't yet seen one and it's so new there's nothing about it online beyond what you see in this post. I'll report back once I find out.
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    That looks perfect for the pick up & go situation...Could not find any other info either than what Steve had posted. Thanks in advance for any update

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    Great to have options. I've been using my Lakewood Magnum with Plano boxes for years, but this seems reasonably priced too, noting the Lakewood I bought has increased quite a bit since 2006. (it's up to $150 now)

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    I have to agree, this looks like a really good box for the price, I will have one soon, make one into my Fall box.

    Regardless of the interior color.....?

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