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Multi-purpose usage, can hold your fishing tackles like lure pliers, fishing box, rod, etc.
Numerous pockets and compartments for maximum storage.
A padded and adjustable shoulder strap for extra comfort and convenience.
Crafted from waterproof canvas, very durable.

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Seems too small. I have the Ozark trail backpack style and I have that thing crammed and I'm a novice fisherman at best. Drinks, binoculars, this will be full so fast.
The hell you need binoculars for fishing?
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The hell you need binoculars for fishing?
Hold it up to the camera lens to make my fish look bigger.
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The hell you need binoculars for fishing?
So you know where to cast, duh
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Seems too small. I have the Ozark trail backpack style and I have that thing crammed and I'm a novice fisherman at best. Drinks, binoculars, this will be full so fast.
This is perfect size for artificial fishing. Most fisherman only use a handful of lures. Just need your favorite lure, leader line, pliers, scissors and you should be good. Then again I got different tackle bags for different occasions. This bag would be perfect for light lure casting.
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Might grab one to upgrade the one I have now. I keep a collapsible rod and a go bag with a little bit of everything in it just in case I'm out running errands and find a good spot.
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There is plenty of storage space for all of the odds and ends that you need while fishing.
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Quote from NarcanMan :
Seems too small. I have the Ozark trail backpack style and I have that thing crammed and I'm a novice fisherman at best. Drinks, binoculars, this will be full so fast.
Ahh, see, you're in the novice phase where you think you need everything…
Next, you'll realize it's all too much and you'll downsize to the true essentials…
This is how all hobbies are 😉
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looks good to go to disney, storage imo.
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looks good to go to disney, storage imo.
exactly, better than backpack. this man-purse works for me.
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This is good for active mobile/lightweight fishing. Trout, bass and light surf fishing. Even fly fishing. The situations where you don't want to be lugging a bunch of stuff around with you and where you might be trying different spots and changing it up
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Bag is useless if you mostly used the Plano 3600 boxes which are 7.25x11 so it won't fit in the largest compartment 6.7x8.3. Won't even fit the Plano 3500 which are 5x9.13. Probably only good for fly boxes
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The hell you need binoculars for fishing?
Sight fishing...literally
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Ahh, see, you're in the novice phase where you think you need everything…
Next, you'll realize it's all too much and you'll downsize to the true essentials…
This is how all hobbies are 😉
I agree. I think what happens is when you start out you need more gear to offset your low skill. Later when your skill level is higher you need less gear.
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