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I was excited to receive a Lucky Tackle Box for review because I’ve been looking for gift ideas for men. I wanted to see just what this company has to offer and if it was worth a monthly subscription fee. Well, I think it is and I’ll show you what all came in my first box so you can see for yourself if this is a holiday gift idea that you’d be interested in. It’s hard for me to figure out what to get the hunters/fishers in my family so having this unique idea for the fishers helps make my gift giving easier and headache free. I selected the monthly bass fishing tackle boxes.
This little book on fishing is sure to keep your fisher entertained while reading all of the great stories included.
Also inside is a scratch and win card for a free iBOBBER (retails for $99).
I also received a LTB, Lucky Tackle Box sticker which I’m guessing my fisherman will put on his tackle box.
I received a package of 5 Gary Yamamoto custom baits. I know your guys will know what to do with these even though I don’t have a clue ;).
There is a pack of Mustad impact gripper hooks, quantity- 3, size- 3/10.
They look like they could catch some mighty big bass. Can’t you just imagine the big fish tales you’ll hear? The ones that always get away are the biggest from my experience.
There is a nice big large pack of Bass Munitrions soft plastic fishing baits as well. Creepy looking little critters.
Of course a bass tackle box wouldn’t be complete without a Lucky Big Zombie Maxx. This bait provides ultra-realistic swimming action.
Last but not least is a Johnson Slama-Spoon bait that provides a wide, swinging action to help your big fisher land that big mouth bass he’s been dreaming of.
One of he things I like about this subscription box service and I think you will as well, is that you can select from 1 box, 3 months, 6 months and even 12 months. This truly is the gift that keeps on giving, depending on how generous you are in giving. Your mighty fisherman can enter a contest to win a year of lucky box subscriptions buy taking a unboxing photo of themselves with their Lucky Tackle Box and sharing it on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or YouTube. Be sure to use hashtag #LuckyTackleBox with the unboxing photo. They also offer a monthly giveaway that I’m sure you’ll want to check out as well.
— Shabby Chic Boho (@terrishutterbug) October 20, 2015
Which one of the fishing tackle boxes would you most like to purchase? Bass Fishing, Panfishing or Inshore Saltwater Fishing?