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Lure Lock's Ultra Thin Box for Stickbaits, Shallow Cranks

Hot item from ICAST 2019. In Orlando is now ready to ship.

Lure Lock's Ultra Thin Box for Stickbaits, Shallow Cranks

Image courtesy of Lure Lock

Lure Lock’s new Ultra Thin tackle boxes, which were unveiled to rave reviews at ICAST 2019 this summer in Orlando, are ready to ship, the company said in a news release.

The innovative and durable boxes continue Lure Lock’s drive for advancements in tackle management.

“The Ultra Thin box is ideal for organizing stick baits and shallow-diving crankbaits,” legendary angler Bill Dance said in the news release. “It comes in two models … one with no dividers so you can get as creative as you want and one with four compartments for easy organization.”

Made of 100-percent polypropylene for enhanced durability, the thin box from Lure Lock features patented Tak Logic technology which is scent free, easy to clean and environmentally safe. The 1-inch thin box has an MSRP of $21.99, a MAP of $19.99 and is available in the LL1 size.


Lure Lock boxes are offered in three sizes — LL1, LL2 and LL3 — and are available with and without the Tak Logic Technology liners. They are available at Walmart, Bass Pro Shops, Cabela’s, Academy, Sportsman’s Warehouse, Scheel’s, Fleet Farm, Field & Stream, Tackle Warehouse, Tackle Direct, and at many other fine independent dealers throughout the country. Lure Lock is also sold at www.lurelock.com.


About Lure Lock

Lure Lock is owned by Tak Logic, LLC and is located in Ettrick, Wisconsin. Lure Lock tackle boxes feature a patented technology – all made in the USA. For more information, call 608-525-3636.

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