What’s In The Bag?
When it comes to tackle storage, over the years I’ve gone from pouches, to bags, to small hard-shelled tackle boxes, to big tacklebox with pullout drawers, to you name it I’ve probably used it.
Since the 2015 season started, I’ve been using is the Fishpond Boat Bag, replacing my worn-out boat bag which lasted only one season.
The Fishpond boat bag is priced (USD230) a lot more than my previous bag, of course, but how long will it last for a person who lugs his bag around day-in and day-out, and most days in saltwater conditions?
After many trips, the bag has held up pretty good. No obvious visible wear or tear. I’m happy with it so far.
- Acrylic boxes holding jigs, lures, hooks, split rings, swivels, etc
- First aid kit
- Two to three cameras (Olympus Tough, GoPro and HTC Re)
- Camera mounts and extra batteries
- Mobile phone
- Car key
- Hook remover