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Explore Tackle Storage at Public Lands
Storing tackle can be tricky. Considering the vast array of tackle types, it makes sense that there are also diverse tackle storage options. Whether you want a box or bag, Public Lands has what you're looking for.
Tackle boxes are the classic choice. Their best trait is strength. Unlike bags, they'll never tear.
They also provide more structure than bags. Foldout trays make it easy to find what you're looking for.
Boxes are excellent at keeping tackle dry. To get that from a bag, you need to choose one with waterproof materials.
Tackle bags are another popular option. In some ways, they're more convenient than boxes.
Bags are easy to carry, and they often come with padded straps for comfort. You can find them in a variety of styles to suit your preferences. Backpacks, duffel bags, and slings are common choices.
They're also quieter than boxes, so they're less likely to spook fish. Once you remove items, you can stuff a bag into small storage areas.
Another bonus? They're lightweight.
There are some minuses, though; versions without top-quality materials sometimes rip. Unless you choose a waterproof style, your supplies might get wet. It's even possible to tangle hooks in a bag's material.
This type of storage is on the smaller side. You can put multiple utility boxes into a larger box or bag. Utility boxes are especially useful if your tackle bag isn't waterproof.
In regular containers, it's tough to keep flies in place. Fly boxes are built to accommodate their unique features.
Whichever container you choose, make sure to keep it stocked! Take a look at our selection of baits and lures.