Having all your fishing tackle and gear stored properly may well make the difference between a great catch and the one that got away! Organise all your fishing tackle, lures and other fishing essentials neatly and safely with the tackle boxes, lure boxes and tackle kits at Anaconda. Available in a huge range of sizes and styles, there are tackle and lure boxes for beginners as well as experienced anglers. Also includes complete tackle kits with every bit of tackle you might need to catch certain species of fish such as Bream, Whiting and Snapper
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Can I purchase tackle boxes at Anaconda?
Yes, you can. These boxes will allow you to organise all your fishing tackle, lures and other fishing essentials neatly and safely. Find tackle boxes, lure boxes and tackle kits at Anaconda. Available in a huge range of sizes and styles, there are tackle and lure boxes for beginners as well as experienced anglers, from several leading fishing brands.
Which type of tackle box is right for me?
That depends on a number of factors, such as:
Location: Consider where you are planning to do your fishing. If it is some distance away and you have to walk, you will probably now want to take as much fishing gear as if you can park your car next to your fishing spot. A smaller tackle box or one that has removable sections may be best.
Size: This is mainly down to preference: do you want to keep everything in one box or do you like to split your gear depending on the species of fish or the location?
Hard or Soft: Tackle boxes come in a variety of shapes and materials including rigid boxes and soft bags. Some anglers prefer to use their hard box to double up as a seat, while others prefer a soft bag which tends to be lighter in weight.
What should my tackle box include?
There are of course an endless number of items to choose from, but here are some essentials that should find a place in any tackle box:
Extra line - carry several spools with varied weights of line to adjust to different conditions
Assorted hooks - make sure you have a good selection of single, double and treble hooks
Sinkers - pieces of lead that add casting weight to light bait. These come in various types
Lures - you may prefer to fish with live bait, but it is wise to have some artificial bait too
Pliers, knife or multitool - for those inevitable line tangles and other emergencies
First aid supplies - always carry some plasters, antiseptic cream and waterproof tape
Sun screen - essential if you plan to spend several hours fishing!
Insect repellent - flies, mosquitos and other biting insects thrive near water, so be prepared
What else is included in the tackle box range at Anaconda?
If you are uncertain as to which tackle to use or are targeting a specific species of fish, you might want to check out the range of Plano tackle boxes for Bream, Snapper, Flathead or Whiting here at Anaconda. Conveniently packed in each case (all with different colour lids) you will find all the essential tackle to get you out and fishing in no time - these also make a great gift!
What else should I look for when buying a tackle box?
Make sure that your tackle box has enough space to keep all your line, lures, and other equipment stored efficiently and in such a way that you can access it quickly, even with one hand while holding your fishing rod in the other. This may well be the difference between landing a catch or not, so make sure you can open your tackle box or bag easily and decide whether you want a transparent box, one with drawers that slide out, or a soft bag that is easier and lighter to transport - the choice is yours!