T-H Marine Tackle Titan Lure & Tool Holder
Featuring a revolutionary magnetic system, the Gear Grabbar Lure & Tool Holder can hold up to 9 lures with its lure magnets, 8 lures with its magnetic top shelf slots, 1 tool and any number of loose hooks, jig heads, swivels, line snips or pocket knives on the magnetic top shelf. The super strong Neodymium magnets hold your lures and tools firmly, but also slide off easily when pressure is applied. This means you can worry less about getting snagged as you move by the lure holder, or when you have kids and pets on the boat. By storing and organizing your lures and gear with Gear Grabbar Lure & Tool Holder, you can have confidence that you are being proactive to reduce hook injuries. The Gear Grabbar Lure & Tool Holder can be mounted on the rail of your boat, on your kayak or dock - magnetically (included), adhesive sticking dots (included), or by pre-drilling holes into the unit and screwing to boat, dock, etc.
Dimensions: 13”L x 1.75”H x 1.25”D
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Comments: works great but don't even mess with the sticky pads to mount it. You need to drill holes and use screws. Once it is secure it works great - the magnets are really powerful and will hold tons of lures, clippers and even large pliers.
From: Daryl: Chino, CA 1/24/15
Comments: Works great for keeping my crankbaits organized. After 2 months the double sided tape failed. You can drill holes and mount it permanently but didn't want to drill into my boat.
From: Anthony: S.F. Bay Area
Comments: I love this thing! Besides keeping my tools & hard baits securely organized I use it in conjunction with a small piece of metal to store packages of soft plastics for easy access. Remains secure even at high speed runs! Crazy good!
From: Drew: NC
Comments: I placed mine by the driver console. I keep my pliers, clippers, spare trebles, snaps and swivels on the top and my got to baits hanging on the bottom. I know where everything is at and sharp things aren't laying on the boat floor.
From: Andy: Mooresville, NC USA