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The walmart(s) out by me have crap. I've been to three of them and they don't have any tackle boxes, they only have the single little clear cases that are "Bass Kits" and such.
 

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svslider said:
I, and most people I think, prefer the small clear tackle boxes and then you can throw them into a backpack or bag. I got some at Dicks that have blue rust resistant dividers. Tackleboxes are oldfashioned IMO/
I agree with sv slider I usually have my lures in plano boxes, and then just use one of the bass pro carrying bags to carry 5-6 of those boxes when i fish a lake. I believe g loomis has a pretty cool backpack setup for shore fishing but it might be expensive.
 

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Thinking out side the box,
Check out the home improvement stores. They have plenty of plastic boxes that are meant for parts. Adjustable divider.
Doesn't mean that you can't use them for fishing tackle. I use the Stanley boxes for my printer part at work. Now that I think about it they would make great tackle boxes for shore fishermen. Got mine at Lowes.
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