Whether you’re trying to store a handful of a squarebills or a whole arsenal of crankbaits, one of these storage systems can accommodate everything from shallow water plugs to the deepest-diving baits. They all have waterproof seals and they’re all durable quality boxes. So it really comes down to what you’re trying to store.
For small to mid-range baits, the Crank Bank and Bass Mafia 3700DD are hard to beat. If you can get your hands on a Crank Coffin, it’s great for the slightly deeper divers. Then the handful of baits that are too big for these boxes will still fit in a deep, single-cavity box.
The Crank Bank comes in at $29.99, which is considerably less than the $49.99 you’ll have to fork out for the Cranking Coffin or the $46.99 for the Bass Mafia 3700DD. But remember, the Cranking Coffin can store 44 baits and the 3700DD can store 48, where the Crank Bank has a 24-bait capacity. So on the per-bait basis, these three boxes have a very similar price tag at around a dollar per bait.
If you make a little bit of an investment here and dial in a storage system that works well for you, you’ll find that’s it’s worthwhile in the long run.