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Spiderwire Soft-Sided Tackle Bag, Orange

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Spiderwire Soft-Sided Tackle Bag, Orange

Make & Model

Brand:
Spiderwire
Model:
Orange Soft-Sided Tackle Bag
MSRP ($):
49.99
The Spiderwire Soft-Sided Tackle Bag is made from 1680 denier material. This makes it soft and easy to carry. Each fishing tackle bag features a variety of pockets so you'll be ready and organized on your next exciting fishing excursion. It has the ability to hold onto four large utility boxes or five large transparent utility boxes. Adjustable dividers ensure that your items stay organized. Each Spiderwire tackle bag includes a holder for pliers, a rubberized mesh pocket, two removable side fishing line dispensers and an interior pocket with zipper closure. The tough, all-molded bottom is ideal for weather of any kind. This fishing tackle bag will help to ensure that your gear is at your fingertips at all times.

Outdoor Products Spiderwire Tackle Bag, Orange:
Spiderwire tackle bag includes 4 large utility boxes
Holds up to 5 large transparent utility boxes (13.5"L x 8.4"W x 1.8"H) with adjustable dividers
Rugged 1680 denier material
Front pocket with fishing organizer
Includes pliers holder
Rubberized mesh pocket
2 removable side fishing line dispensers
Interior pocket with zipper closure
Tough all-weather molded bottom
Dimensions: 14.5"L x 9.2"H x 10.4"D
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Nice spacious bag for good price

This is a great tackle bag for the kayak fisherman. The first thing I got rid of when I got this bag was the tackle boxes. I replaced them with two waterproof plano stowaways of comparable size. Other than that the bag was ready for me to use as it.

When I am on one of my kayak trips that lasts overnight I will take this bag. It holds everything I need for the trip. So not only will this bag hold my two boxes of lures it also holds 3 waterproof boxes which house batteries, firestarting supplies and various other things that cant get wet. The bag will also hold toiletries and a decent amount of snacking foods. After that its pretty much packed but the pockets on the outside provide more than enough room to hold extra line and tools.

everything is kept secure in the bag with heavy duty zippers and the top also zips but also adds more security by adding straps to the top.

Overall This is my go to bag. I did have a crate setup but this replaced it quick.

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
Used:
7-15 times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Plenty of storage. Included tackle boxes, good price.
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