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Plano "Guide Series Bag 3710"

Make & Model

Brand:
Plano
Model:
Guide Series Bag 3710
MSRP ($):
67.99

2013 ICAST Best in Show – Tackle Management In 1952 Plano began providing anglers with tackle storage solutions, and since then they have turned organizational engineering into a constantly evolving art form. Their latest masterpiece, the Plano Guide Series Bag 3710, is built with the durability and features that meet the demands of avid anglers and professional guides alike. Constructed with a molded depression on the top, the Plano Guide Series Bag 3710 is designed to hold a 3700 series stowaway (included) securely in place with a hook-and-bungee mechanism. This additional stowaway keeps go-to lures on top for easy access and also provides anglers with a stable work surface for re-tying and cutting trailers. Internally, the Plano Guide Series Bag 3710 holds 5 more 3700 series stowaways (included) and also features a clear zippered pouch that is perfect for maps and fishing licenses. On the outside, the Plano Guide Series Bag 3710 really turns up the heat with two padded side pockets, a big zippered front pocket, and a PVC mesh pocket along the back that’s perfect for tools and spools of line. Expand your storage and improve your on-water functionality with the winner of the 2013 ICAST Best in Show for Tackle Management - the Plano Guide Series Bag 3710. -Includes Five (5) 3700 stowaways inside & One (1) 3700 on top -Workspace on top -Labeled compartments -Molded water-resistant base -Padded side pockets -Rear PVC mesh pocket -Zippered clear plastic pocket underneath lid -Padded shoulder harness Dimensions: 20"L x 13"W x 11.5"H

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Great Tackle Bag!

This is a great tackle box. I have the 3600 size so I can swap my Plano 3600 boxes out of this and into my Kayak Softsided bag with ease. You can fit a ton of tackle into the 3600, I can't even imagine how much you can fit in the 3700. Lots of pockets and places for storage. It comes loaded with Plano trays. I think my favorite feature is the easy access box on top for quick access to whatever you're fishing with that day!

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
Used:
30+ times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Holds a Ton of Tackle, Comfortable Should Strap, Handful of Pockets, Comes with Plano Boxes
Cons:
Hard Bottom Will Hold Water
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Plano 3710 Guide Series Tackle Bag

The Plano 3710 Guide Series Tackle Bag is a big bag with tons of storage options. It comes with 6 3700 stowaway boxes(5 in the bag and one conveniently stored on top), giving you tons of choices on how to store your gear. I really like the flexibility of the one box stored on top of the bag, it gives you option to put your best stuff on top for ease of access. Inside the lid is a clear plastic pouch perfect for keeping maps, licenses, and other stuff you need to keep dry. Has two end pockets that are perfect for terminal tackle. There is also a mesh pocket on the back where you can store extra line, pliers, and other miscellaneous stuff. There is a hard compartment up front that will hold a pair of glasses safely. It also has a water resistant base so a little water wont hurt your gear.

When it comes time to buy a new tackle storage system, give Plano a look, you will be glad you did.

User Info

Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
  • Salwater Flats
  • Saltwater Bays
Used:
16-30 times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Big bag, tons of storage
Cons:
Heavy when loaded
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