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Plano 448500 FIshouflage Crappie bag

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Plano
MSRP ($):
35.00

This good looking tackle bag includes 4 3500 Plano boxes, a small pocket on both ends, and a pocket along the front.  All pockets have a durable zipper with small pull attached.  With a durable shoulder strap and simple style this bag can go with you anywhere.  If you take everything and kitchen sink with you for every fishing trip this won't be enough space.  However it is not so small that you won't be able to get the essentials conveniently stowed away.  

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Excellent!

My wife gave me this bag as a gift almost 5 years ago now. At first I used it so often simply because it was all I had. I quickly realized that as I considered new/different bags, ultimately they had some "cool" features that I just didn't need. This bag can handle everything I need for a days fishing. I may be considered a minimalist for this but so be it. I have two of the plano boxes packed with lures, and leave some free space for plenty of bags of plastics. typically keep a spare spool of line in one of the side pockets and some pliers among other things inside the front pocket. This is a good shoulder bag if you plan to walk a long bank or hike for a while before reaching water. I have worn this bag over my shoulder for hours and hours and just flipping it to the front to change lures/hooks on many a good days fishing. Not very pricey either. I'll be sad when i have to replace it.

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

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Convenient
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