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Tackle Box Labels. Durable “easy read” waterproof vinyl labels. When it comes to fishing you can never be too organized. “Organize your tackle box today – quick and easy.
Built specifically for bass anglers, the Tackle Box Labels provide a straightforward and easy way to keep all of your tackle identifiable and ready-to-fish. Included with 96-labels (64 stowaway labels plus 32 line size labels), the Tackle Box Labels allow you to cleanly and properly mark your storage.
Printed with commonly used fishing terminology, like “Glidebaits” and “Jigs,” the Tackle Box Labels provide quick recognition for specific techniques. Additionally, the 32-line labels are perfect for remembering the size of the line you have on your set-up. A must-have for the organized angler, the Tackle Box Labels ensure efficiency on the water.