Plano T-Series Tackle Bag 3700 Series

The T-Series tackle bag is a perfect bag to keep a Stowaway system, giving easy access when looking to switch out lures or baits

This tackle bag from Plano has more than enough room for everything you need for a day on the water. Designed for tournament anglers, you can grab anything you put in this bag with ease. With easy-to-use buckles and zippers, even guys with larger hands will have no trouble using them.


Overall size of the bag is 20 inches long by 11 inches wide by 10 inches deep. There are four zippered pockets, and three elastic pockets. There is a large mesh pocket on the back that nicely holds bags of soft plastics. Two other mesh pockets and two zippered pockets reside on each end of the bag. There is a large zippered compartment on the front that can accommodate a smaller Plano Stowaway, as well as a smaller zippered pocket on the outside. The end pockets can hold extra spools of line and tools.

The zippered and buckled top opens to a large area that holds four standard sized Plano 3700 series Stowaways or six of the thinner Plano 3771 CDS Stowaways. The Stowaway system allows the angler to customize their gear based on how they plan to fish for a day. The bottom of the bag is reinforced and has a durable outside finish with a nice grip to keep the bag from sliding around in rough conditions. On the top flap there is a comfortable handle as well as an adjustable padded shoulder strap that allows hands-free carrying.

This is a high quality piece of gear I would recommend to anyone who fishes regularly. The only thing missing is a good place for a bottle of water.

For more information, please visit www.planomolding.com.

Review written by Gary Elliott, facilitator of www.Facebook.com/GarysOutdoorNewsandReviews and @garys_outdoor_news_and_reviews.


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