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Lucky Tackle Box a Great Gift Option for the Angler on Your List

If you're trying to find a suitable Christmas present for the angler in your life, TB thinks a Lucky Tackle BoX subscription is a great idea.

Whether you’re a college or high school angler, youth angler or just starting out, I recommend the Lucky Tackle Box to help you fill out your bait arsenal. There is no better way to get the best in fishing products by the best manufacturers and they are delivered right to your door via the USPS at no charge to you. 

I have been getting the LTB for over a year now and I think it’s a great deal whether you’re a young angler starting out or a seasoned veteran looking for baits to complete a genre you may not have today. 

The beauty of the LTB is actually twofold. Of course you get a great assortment of lures, soft plastics and top-notch terminal tackle but equally important is you get some great how-to videos and directions on how to use each one. Travis Moran of LTB provides on-the-water instruction for everything you get in the box. Pretty neat!

I recently had a dad of a high school angler stop by my office to get some insight into what he should get his son for lakes around here. It was simple, buy him a subscription to the Lucky Tackle Box. In a few months he will have jerkbaits, squarebills, hooks, jigs and topwaters perfect for a lake or pond. 

As we near the holiday season the LTB is perfect for any angler on your shopping list. Whether you fish for bass, panfish, saltwater or trout the LTB has the perfect box for you and half the fun is waiting for the new box to arrive. 

I have the XL BASS Box and have been very pleased with the contents each and every time. You also get a $5 Tackle Warehouse coupon in every box, just in case you want to order a special item or two not included in the LTB. Special offers on rods and reels are included, too. 

Last year my buddies and I did a white elephant giveaway and the highlight was watching them bid for the crankbaits and drop shot baits. Some changed hands several times and although some brought other items, the LTB was the hit of the event. 

To sign up go to the Lucky Tackle Box website at www.luckytacklebox.com. The XL box, like I have, has a retail value of $45 dollars per box and it only costs $24.99 per month. Choose bass, walleye, mulit-species or inshore salt and you are ready to rock.

Other boxes are available for as little as $14.99 per month. 


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