Bass Anglers’ Sportfishing Society

Fighting for Bass and Bass Anglers’ since 1973

Bass Lure Storage System

Durable, Transparent, Light Weight

image:photo of lure storage system

Its O.k. untangling a box full of lures at home, but when bass are on the bite, you need lure changes to be slick & trouble free (I tried lure bonnets . . . but always ended up dropping/losing them).

Using individual lure boxes makes changing lures quicker & hassle free. Take the top off the box, the eye of the lure is there ready to accept your loop or clip.

Before going fishing, consider the ground over which you will be plugging and sort out the lures you are going to use. Put them in the individual storage boxes. Five diving and five surface lures will cover most eventualities..

After fishing, wash your lures & boxes in clean water, dry & then mist the hooks with WD 40. Catch more fish with help from B.A.S.S.

The BLSS are constructed of a robust plastic (not brittle) which is clear enough to identify what the box contains and also has the facility to adjust the length for different lures (5″ to 8″).

All proceeds are going to the BASS Restoration Project Fund.

Buy at the BASS shop

N.B. – Lures in the boxes in the photo are for illustrative purposes only.

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