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SPRO’s Tackle Box Lineup Makes Storage Easy, Safe and Secure

For years, SPRO® has brought anglers across the fishing spectrum a series of multispecies tackle items that are invariably the best in their class. Often overlooked is SPRO’s series of waterproof tackle boxes that live up to those same standards. 

SPRO’s 3500, 3700 and 3700D share a distinctive black-tinted exterior and lime-green latches, but their similarities don’t stop at appearances. Inside, they feature layouts that are easily adjustable both vertically and horizontally to organize and separate your precious lures, and the compartments are tight-fitting to preclude unnecessary mixing. But that’s not all. These boxes come with a waterproof seal that prevents moisture intrusion and keeps your lures rust-free. Even if you drop the box, it won’t open; another measure taken with your convenience and wallet in mind.

The three boxes come in popular sizes that will fit in your hand, your tackle bag, or just about any boat compartment.

The 3500 is 10” x 7.4” x 1.87” and retails for $8.50.

The 3700 is 14” x 9” x 2” and retails for $11.50.

The 3700D is 14” x 9” x 3.2” and retails for $14.50.

All three are built to the same exacting standards. Whether you’re packing Bronzeye Frogs, Little John Crankbaits, McSticks or some other trusted tool, they won’t let you down. Lures and tackle are not included.

SPRO® Box Features:

  • Waterproof Seal
  • Great for Plastic Baits and Hardbaits
  • Adjustable Layout Vertically and Horizontally
  • Does Not Open When Dropped
  • Tight-fitting Compartments Keep Baits from Mixing

We are Sports Professionals. SPRO works with America’s best anglers to design the world’s finest fishing tackle. Using cutting edge technology and innovation, SPRO leads the way in developing the highest quality premium fishing equipment available.

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Source: Huntinglife