Where to get a wooden tackle box

ny2sd

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Those wooden tackle boxes are simply amazing...who do you contact to build them and what do they cost??? $1000???
 

Yellowtail Dan

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There is a guy on here that builds them and does amazing work. He's an SC guy so you know his quality is good. Try hitting the search for wooden tackle boxes. If not I'm sure someone will remember his name
 
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Bill W

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I can not say what you will get here but if you scroll down on the pictures on the left side there are some nice ones here. Do not know how big or anything else about them. New York builder...


 
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vegasandre

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My Buddy Gabriel (picklepork on BD)in Ventura makes an awesome box with excellent quality ,
He made me this large LR box 4 years ago and I still smell the wood lacquer on it when I go near it.

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jer dog

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One that floats
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JK47

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Harbor Freight has a wood toolbox that could be used.
 

ny2sd

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Thanks everyone For your help now I know where to look for one!!!!!
 

JK47

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16"h x 20"l x 10 5/8"w. Weighs 18.65 lbs. I'd pass it up...
Almost the same as a SKB7200 or 7100


 

Mtnfshr

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Almost the same as a SKB7200 or 7100
Never owned one so I wouldn't know. I'm old school and have owned several wooden boxes. I doubt the weight was the same. I did have a nicer one that was probably in that weight range though. My first one was a Semco and it was light enough. Until loaded with jigs and lead. LOL I have found some decent nylon bags in the past and used them, along with Plano boxes fit inside. I still have a strong back so weight isn't really the issue. It's not like I'm in school and have to wear a loaded backpack and walk to and from school. Uphill, both ways and through several feet of snow. More laughing... I simply use what I like. If I ever move back to Kali (doubtful as hell) I would prefer to go with something designed for a saltwater envnironment. Thank you for the info though. More knowledge leads to wiser purchasing decisions.
 
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