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I use the standard depth Plano WATERPROOF STOWAWAY (3700) SKU# 374010I cant speak for those of you using the very small panfish or crappie hooks but typical bass hooks, even the light wire versions seem to stay put very good for me. I also put some pieces of some of the blue dividers from Flambeau that have the antirust inhibitor in my boxes. I just cut them into 1/3rds and scatter them in the box.A tip for those of you using boxes that have these dividers you cut off a string of 5 or 6 in a row. If you don't want your dividers sliding up or out when you are trying to get that small weight or hook out this is what you do. Before cutting the tabs apart think about how these fit into the slots. If you do not cut the plastic so strait when separating your new tabs they will have a more snug fit. You want a interference fit that keeps them in place unless you actually pull on them. So leave a little bit of that plastic on the edge of the tabs. You can experiment on your first one and see how much it takes after test fitting one. Then you can do the rest the same pretty quickly.
Hey Pipepro, did they come with enough dividers? It looks like you can get 34 compartments out of one if you wanted to. Thanks for posting the pics. That was helpful.Sent from my moto e5 play using Tapatalk
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