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Plano Guide Series Tackle Bags

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Brand:
Plano
Model:
Guide Series Tackle Bag
MSRP ($):
49.99

Plano's "Guide Series Tackle Bags" offer award-winning solutions perfect to carry and organize all your essential lures and gear. Molded top with elastic tie-down strap secures a StowAway® tray filled with your favorite baits. Molded, impact-resistant waterproof base protects included StowAway trays. Heavy-duty 600-denier polyester construction with reinforced stitching ensures years of reliable use. Imported.

Models:

  • 3500 Series – Includes five 3500 ProLatch™ trays. Clear, zippered pocket under top cover and PVC mesh back pocket. 12"L x 6.5"W x 7"H.
  • 3600 Series – Includes six 3600 ProLatch trays. Two padded pockets protect sunglasses and valuables. Large easy-access side pockets. Clear, zippered pocket under top cover and PVC mesh adjustable elastic back pocket. Plier pocket and wallet sleeve. 17"L x 10.25"W x 10.25"H.
  • 3700 Series – Includes six 3700 ProLatch trays. Two padded pockets protect sunglasses and valuables. Large easy-access side pockets. Clear, zippered pocket under top cover and PVC mesh adjustable elastic back pocket. Plier pocket and wallet sleeve. 20"L x 13"W x 11.5"H.
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Plano Guide Series 3600 Tackle Bag

The Plano Guide Series Tackle Bags are a must have for any angler this upcoming season. Plano offers them in 3 different sizes (3500, 3600, and 3700) so one of them is bound to fit your fishing style and tackle sizes. Each tackle bag comes loaded with 5 or 6 customizable tackle trays, a front pocket with ample storage for your pliers, tape measurer, and scale, an expandable mesh pocket on the back, two padded side pockets, a molded top with an elastic tie down for easy access, and a clear zippered pocket under the top cover. These bags also feature a rugged waterproof bottom to protect your investments and keep your gear dry. Oh and did I mention that these tackle bags took home an ICast 2013 Award for Best Tackle Management product.

User Info

Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Large Lakes
Used:
7-15 times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
3 different sizes for any angler, comes with 6 tackle trays, top molded tray for easy access, 2 padded side pockets, large front pocket, expandable mesh pocket on back, impact resistant bottom, large shoulder strap
Cons:
License sleeve is a little tight
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