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Event Article: 2006 ISE Show - San Mateo

The ISE celebrates its 30 year anniversary in style by showcasing new tackle in San Mateo, CA (continued)

Tackle Tech's Readi-Lure: Tackle Tech had the most eye-catching tackle storage solution at the show hands down. The company is a partnership between father and daughter, James Ferguson and Alicia Wills. The Readi-Lure tackle storage solution is unlike any other. This octagonal box reduces wasted space while increases storage capacity. Best of all the box holds 150-200 lures and has one of the easiest organizational systems in a modular box we have ever seen. Access to lures is easy via two latches at each end. Flip down the side and you have access to many compartments and see through drawers. We love the bright green color, which is as unique as the box itself. The box will be hitting the market in the March timeframe but orders are being taken at the company's easy to navigate site. The box will retail for 59.95, which we think is a very reasonable price for this unique easy to use solution.  


The Readi-Lure is a tackle box unlike any other


Flip down the latching side and you are ready to access you favorite lures


A closer look at the latch, the doors are sealed so the box can float up to 15 minutes if knocked overboard, this is great for Kayak anglers


Inside the box features see through shelving for quick lure identification


The edges are good for tools or bags of plastics


Drawers completely slide out for easy access and the company will be selling extras for easy swapping depending on your trip


James Ferguson and Alicia Wills showcase their unique creation...and its a good one


3rd Grip's new reel cover


3rd Grip: We ran into our friends from 3rd Grip at the show and were happy to see that the company was branching out into more areas. Their new reel covers are very easy to use and feature a wide opening to allow you to put them on your completely rigged combos. Best of all these covers are significantly cheaper than most out there and range from 4-7 dollars and come in small sizes for petite bass baitcasters to XL for mongo saltwater round reels.


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