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FISHINGMAD New Tackle Seat Box, with Carry Strap and Seat Pad
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- Seat Box Dimensions - 38cm x 23cm x 37cm
- 4 handy lure compartments in lid. Each Measure 140mm x 75mm x 25mm
- 60mm deep lid container
- Large 18 litre main compartment
- Free neoprene seat pad for lid
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This seat and tackle box is great for any type of fishing it can be used on a boat, beach or riverbank. The box is strong enough to take up to 20 stone in weight, but is light and easily transportable great for the roaming angler. Seat Box Dimensions - 38cm x 23cm x 37cm Free neoprene pad (can be attached to lid to make more comfortable or attach it inside the box to stick lures or hooks in) Good quality brass lock down clips Carry strap 4 handy lure compartments in lid each 140mm x 75mm x 25mm 60mm deep lid container complete with compartment separators Large 18 litre main compartment large enough as carry all the equipment you would need for a days sport
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Nice touch is the metal bars in the hinges can be removed so you can separate the compartments for when the smell of dead squid gets too much and you have to clean the thing!
We can fit a small toolbox, 2 poundland special bits boxes, a 20-reel rig box, a couple of tuppaware boxes for bait and our 6000 and 8000 reels in with a little room to spare for torches and other bits. Top compartments fit most grip leads at and below 5oz and with a bit of playing with the dividers you can fit in pliers and floats. The with compartments on the top of the lid are a little awkward but so far we've discovered that they are an oddly perfect fit for a large box of tictacs, an iphone 4 and a selection of smaller lures like jelly eels.
When you flip the lid for the main compartments the box will tip backwards because of the weight - just lean it against something! Simples.
Final point - the shoulder strap works fine but when fully loaded the weight is a bit much for one shoulder when carried for an extended period of time. We're already eyeballing the rucksack conversion.
Can't really comment on the waterproof pouch as it hasn't been used - seems a basic build but would probably do the job in a light dousing.
If i was you i would pay a little extra and get something that is better.