There is nothing worse than opening up a tackle box to find all your hooks are rusted.  Anglers invest a lot of money into their gear and we expect it to function properly. Part of keeping your tackle in good working condition is taking care of it when it’s not in use. Let’s face it a majority of your tackle is in storage boxes most of its life except for those few hours a season when that one bait gets its debut.  And when that moment comes you want those hooks sharp and clean.  Unfortunately, many anglers don’t take the time in the offseason to care for their tackle however if you have it properly stored you shouldn’t need to.

There are several storage boxes on the market but very few are capable of keeping your hooks from rusting. There are boxes that are perforated that allows the moisture to seep out and air to flow through and now there are even more options than ever.  Plano has introduced its new Rustrictor Series. This technology fights rust back 5x longer than the competition.  With 360 degrees of Volatile Corrosion Inhibitor (VCI) you can bet your tackle will be ready to hook the next big one as soon as you tie it on.

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