Bass Pro Shops Extreme Qualifier 370 Camo Tackle Bag or System
The Bass Pro Shops® Extreme® Qualifier Tackle Bag is built to last with heavy-duty, water-repellent denier polyester construction and a reinforced bottom. Features include a zippered main compartment that holds up to five 370 utility boxes; an integrated ID holder; a number of zippered and mesh pockets to hold your gear; and elastic tool holders that keep pliers, hook removers, and other tools readily accessible. The large shoulder strap can be deployed under heavy loads. Choice of bag only or system with four 370 boxes. Dimensions: 24" x 15" x 11-1/2". Imported.
- Heavy-duty, water-repellent denier polyester construction
- Reinforced bottom
- Zippered main compartment holds up to five 370 utility boxes
- Integrated ID holder
- Zippered and mesh pockets to hold gear
- Elastic tool holders
- Large shoulder strap
Bass Pro Shops 360 and 370 Utility Boxes are sold separately and can be found through item search for number 214424
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Buying the system is slightly less expensive than piecing it out individually, but the latches tend to fall off the included boxes.
For lower risk (but higher price) consider buying the bag only then outfitting it with boxes of your own from Plano.
Bass fishermen should note that narrow compartments in the included boxes do not accommodate large spinner baits well (but Bass-Pro separately sells a double-wide version from Plano with similar, but more reliable hinges).
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It holds 5 boxed very comfortably
Depending on how much tackle your son has, a smaller box that holds 3 to 4 "360" size boxes may be adequate (and is nice for walkers).
If your son is an avid fisherman with a large assortment of lures for bass and other game fish, Plano makes a bag that holds 4 "370" size boxes with smaller side pockets that is easier to carry and much easier to cast with while it's on his shoulder. If it doesn't hold all the tackle he owns, it would still be easy to buy an extra "370" box or two for storage, while only carrying the 4 most appropriate for a given outing.
* "Bag Only", which does not include boxes, and
* "Tackle System", which includes four large "370" size boxes
It is cheaper to buy it as a system, but the latches tend to fall off the included boxes. As such, you may prefer to buy the bag only then add boxes of your liking from Plano or others.
The side pockets also have lots of room for small specialty boxes, pliers, and other accessories (or even lunch), but are not custom-sized for any boxes I've seen.
How many of what fits depends on the size of the various lure types and how many are put in each compartment.
As a general answer, though, this is about the largest shoulder bag that anyone would want to carry while fishing (though boat fishing may make it practical to use a larger specialty box.)