Max Bait Trays keep trolling baits cool but not soggy
Max Bait Trays keep trolling baits cool without allowing them to soften no melting ice. They fit most popular cooler sizes.
Sykes experimented with several materials before deciding that .080-gauge aluminum provided the best combination of durability, light weight, resistance to saltwater and the all-important ability to transfer cool from the ice to the bait, without having to cover it in ice and allow the runoff to soften it. Max Bait Trays are powder-coated and white for ease in cleaning and to best reflect light and heat when left on the cooler or deck for a few moments while changing baits.
Max Bait Trays are built in North Carolina from components made in the United States. They are available in two depths, in a wide variety of length and width combinations to fit most popular coolers. The 2.3-inch deep tray is ideal for rigged baits, while the 3.9-inch deep tray holds boxes of bulk baits. The trays interlock and can be lifted out of the cooler without fear of one sliding off. The only accessory is a prep station/cutting board that uses interlocking tabs to fit securely into the top tray and also helps insulate the cooler from the top.
Max Cooler Companion is a sister product to Max Bait Trays and is used to layer food in coolers for a picnic, camping or tailgating. They come in the same depths and a wide variety of sizes. Max Bait Tray and Max Cooler Companion are sold in many sporting good and tackle retailers. For more information visit www.maxbait.com or maxcoolercompanion.com.
Subscribe Today and Save!!!
Louisiana Sportsman is the complete hunting and fishing magazine for Louisiana.
Devoted to hunting, fishing and other outdoor activities in the wetlands,
Louisiana Sportsman is the information guide for Louisiana's most active hunters and fishermen.
Posted on April 15 at 9:32 am by Jerry Dilsaver
Posted on March 26 at 2:40 pm by Jerry Dilsaver
Posted on February 27 at 8:52 am by Jerry Dilsaver
Posted on August 26, 2012 at 8:41 pm by Jerry Dilsaver
Fished the Michoud Substation ICWW at hot water canal Friday. Let me start by saying WOW!!! BIG Trout every few cast. It...
Featured Fishing Guide
Located at the southern end of Historic Hwy. 1, Grand Isle is Truly a "Sportsman's Paradise"
Whether your interests are fishing light tackle species right out of New Orleans or offshore species in the Gulf of Mexico, Captain Jacques’ lifetime of experience will put you on the fish. If you are looking for a fun, safe time on the water, give Capta