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Shimano Baraja Worm Binders

$24.99 to $34.99
Shimano Baraja Worm Binders - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

The Shimano® Baraja Worm Binders are designed for holding and organizing your bait. Constructed of hard, heavy-duty material, this binder is durable and includes clear pages. The multiple sizes allow you to pick just the right size to suit your needs, and the locking ring system allows you to easily add or remove pages. Inner pockets and a molded handle for comfortable carrying make this binder a great addition to your storage gear.
FEATURES:

  • Bait binder
  • Hard sided construction
  • Durable clear pages included
  • Molded handle for comfortable carrying
  • Inner pockets
  • Embroidered ShimanoŽ logo
  • 2-way zipper for easy access
  • Locking ring system allows you to add and remove pages
  • Alternate images are of the large sized binder
  • Model: ABWB300BK, ABWB310BK, ABWB320BK
  • Shimano
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 16561886

Customer Reviews:

Rated 4 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4 out of 5 by large binder So the price of worms is becoming a little high for a catch and release fisherman, I am using primarily zoom 20 pks. They are actually a decent worm for the price... anyway the reason for that brief intro... the large baraja binder will hold about 12 bags of zoom 20 pc.finess, trick worms. I had intended to put 2 in each page but that was not going to happen even after squeezing out all the air. I didn't even attempt to put terminal tackle in the side pockets pictured. This is a perfect bag for someone using the smaller size pkgs or smaller worms October 9, 2013
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