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LC Angler Products

Voodoo Chair Tackle Tray Storage

***Production Suspended***

I am currently looking into alternative materials, and production methods to lower the price point.

Product Details

Made for the KAKU Voodoo Zulu Chair

My tackle storage is specifically made to fit below the seat on the fame of a Voodoo\Zulu Chair. No holes to drill, or modifications to make.


Intended for use with the Plano ProLatch 3700 series, or similar sized trays. 

Please note the trays are not included, and you should compare measurements if you are not using the reccomended 3700 trays.

My tackle storage holds 4 trays keeping you prepared for lure changes, or an out of the way spot for necessities.

Made in the USA

All materials are sourced in the USA, locally when possible. 

CNC Machined, and assembled by hand in South Carolina.

Simple and Functional

The storage unit is well conceived, and engineered simplicity.

No hinges, latches, levers, or compartments to ware out, or fail.

Shelves are fitted at an angle, and have drain holes to avoid retaining any water. All trays are at your finger tips, yet well out of your way. 

The trays are secured, but are easily removed with a firm tug. 


When fishing on a Voodoo space is at a premium.  So why clutter the deck with tackle boxes, bags, or gear that could be placed in trays, and stored away.


Only Quality Materials

Made from King Starboard marine HDPE, using high tensile strength adhesive. Marine grade strap, shock cord, and stainless hardware.

Comes with a 2 pack of Nite Ize S-BINER® STAINLESS STEEL DUAL CARABINERCARABINER #1 


No short cuts to the finish line!

Nearly a year of Design, Engineering, Prototyping, and R&D has gone into this product. US patent has been filed, and it's currently "Patent Pending" stage.

A lot of thought, and consideration was invested into bringing you a product that solved a problem, and is a perfect solution for this application.

Support Small Business

I'm a small business owner, and make every attemp to support other small businesses when sourcing materials, hardware, or services.


Thanks to:

Kevin at KAKU KAYAKS

https://www.kakukayak.com


Zach at AXIS RM

https://www.axisrm.com


Mitchell Law

http://www.mipatents.com