Every angler has them: tackle boxes. Tackle is an English term and stands for 'material' or 'equipment'. In short, the products you use to fish with. Every fisherman in every discipline uses tackle boxes, from large to small. You can imagine a perch angler putting his lures in a smaller tackle box or a catfish angler using shads of 30cm. Many tackle boxes are also used in the carp fishing world. These boxes look slightly different from lure boxes but are basically the same. Tackle boxes are designed to make storing and transporting your tackle easy, organised and safe. Of course, there are tackle boxes that are suitable for every discipline: carp fishing, sea fishing, coarse fishing, fly fishing and predator fishing.
A carp angler always has a large supply of small tackle ready. To tie your rigs, you need several items. Think of a set of boilie needles , boilie stoppers and a hook sharpener to keep your hooks razor sharp. But do you make your own leaders for carp fishing? Then we know for sure that your tackle box is well stocked. Different rolls of leader material, bags of hooks, rig rings, shrink tube, putty, bait floss and so on. Each item is nicely stored in a carp tackle box and is organised so it can be safely transported to the bank.
Lure fishermen cannot do without a tackle box. Just try to carry a few lures together in your coat pocket and you will soon find out why this is not a good idea. Lures are often equipped with several treble hooks and you want to avoid these trebles getting tangled with the other lures. A well organised tackle box is therefore an ideal solution. Every lure or jerkbait has its own compartment. This way, you'll never miss a lure and you'll know for sure that you don't have to untangle a bunch of lures before you can make your first cast. A good layout of a tackle box is therefore important. Nowadays, almost all tackle boxes on the market can be divided according to your own wishes by using the supplied removable dividers, so you will always have the right tackle box that suits you best. You will find the ideal tackle box on Fishdeal.