Best Plano Tackle Boxes

One of the most recognizable brands on the market.  Plano delivers tackle boxes that are affordable to any angler.

Here are our top 5 Plano tackle boxes.

1. Plano 6134 Large 3-Tray with Top Access Tackle Box

Plano 6134 Tackle BoxThis small fishing tackle box is made for casual fishermen, not for pros who have amassed a lot of fishing equipment. Many also consider this a tackle box perfect to go with your kids fishing pole. because of its size. It features 3 trays with a total of 39 storage compartments and two additional storage areas on the top.

  • Includes Plano large three tray tackle box, Plano brochure, nameplate order form
  • Comfort-form, over-molded handle.
  • Two top access areas with DuraView lens
  • 29-39 compartments
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

If you’re a beginner and you’ve just started to collect tackle, this is the perfect choice for you. This would work well for all fishermen, to be honest, as long as they don’t have too many items. Let’s imagine that it’s Sunday and you want to go down to a pond for fishing – certainly, you won’t need to take all your tackle with you. In that case, the 6134 would serve you just fine.

Even though it looks small in the pictures, it’s really a giant. 39 storage compartments are no small thing, given that they provide room for your most important fishing accessories.

The plastic this was made of is very sturdy and it’s sure to be able to withstand some hits. Obviously, this shouldn’t serve as a reason to mishandle it in any way. Solid boxes usually come with imperfect latches that can’t keep them closed.

Plano was surely aware of this inconvenience when creating this box. As a consequence, the latch on the 6134 is well-made and secure. You won’t risk spilling the contents of the box. If you have any issues with this tackle box, you can use the lifetime warranty (it’s limited, so be cautious) to have another product sent to you or repair the one you own right now. All in all, this is a cool tackle box that comes with the Plano guarantee of quality. The price-quality rapport, subsequently, is more than justified.

Pros Cons
  • Durable plastic
  • 39 storage compartments
  • Good latch
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • Well-thought interior
  • It’s much larger than it looks at a first glance

2. Plano 2-Tray With Dual Access

Plano 2-Tray Tackle BoxThis stylish, pink tackle box has 2 trays that amount to 25 storage compartments. The top lid has two additional storage units that can be used for various pieces of equipment, but we recommend you to use them for your hooks.

  • Two cantilever trays with 14 to 25 compartments Two top access storage areas Brass bailed latch
  • Two Cantilever Trays with 14 to 25 Compartments
  • Brass Bailed Latch
  • Two Top Access Storage Areas
  • Collapsible Handle
  • Perfect for the Young Angler

This Plano is a medium-sized box, so if you need a larger one, this is definitely not the way to go. To some extent, this has been created for people who don’t need a whole lot of tackle when they go fishing. Those trays it’s endowed with can be used with dividers or as open storage spaces, the choice is yours.

One problem we’ve noticed is that the trays aren’t as rigid as one may have hoped, so you’ll have to handle them with care.

The bottom is basically a single storing chamber that’s large enough to hold a decent amount of fishing accessories. The box itself is made of tough plastic and has a secure latch that doesn’t give in all that easily Even though it’s an entry-level tackle box, to put it like this, it is by no means a bad product. Sure, it’s got its shortcomings, just like any other product, but it’s worth the investment. One more thing: it might have an intense plastic odor, but it will go away in time.

Pros Cons
  • The trays can hold a good amount of tackle
  • It’s lightweight
  • Affordable
  • Nice colors
  • Brass latch
  • Suitable for both children and adults
  • The trays are very frail, so caution is warranted
  • It might not have enough space for a professional fisherwoman’s tools