Plano Spoon Box
Plano Spoon Boxes are great for keeping your spoons organized and ready. The die cut foam tightly secures spoons for quick access while the clear lid allows you to easily locate the spoon you are looking for. Plano Spoon Boxes feature hinged lids with two snap closures to securely hold the lid closed.
- Model: 2373120 - Holds up to 39 regular spoons up to 3 inches in length
- Model: 708020 - Holds up to 66 large spoons up to 5 inches in length
Please note: The tackle shown in the image is for display purposes only and is not included.
Plano Spoon Boxes are made in the U.S.A.
|Model||Length (in.)||Width (in.)||Height (in.)|
|2-3731-20||14 1/4||8 3/4||3 1/4|
|7080-20||17 1/4||15 1/2||5 1/4|
Ratings & Reviews
by rob -
Excellent product. Keeps spoons neat and organized and preserves finish.
by iginfect -
fish usa sent it to me w/o the styrofoam insert that holds the spoons. manufacturing defect but fish usa immediately sent me a replacement at no cost. have to hike 1 mile tomorrow to a new for me lake and don't how i will carry it. could be the usual size of my other lure boxes and still hold the stated capacity.
Worth it for the spoons
by Danny -
This is a nice purpose built box. I have the small one and it keeps all the spoons I need, and even the longer ones but you will have to tilt them. With the smaller spoons you can fit two in a slot, so it has more than enough capacity. The little box is a little big, so like the other guy, I would not bring it kayaking but for a boat and general storage, its great.
a good idea
by Lundfish -
Versatile for lures other than spoons, gave me ideas for other bait storage issues.
Nice way to organize spoons
by GTM122 -
I am new to fishing and started collecting a lot of tackle. This box works great to keep my spoons organized. I even put some Erie Dearie lures in the box. I bought the smaller 39 spoon box. The larger spoons will fit if you put them at an angle. It is the same size as my other tackle boxes only twice as deep.
by BossHogg -
Pretty handy to be able to look at all your lures at once to make a color selection and no more fumbling through a bunch of tangled hooks.