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20" x 18" x 9"

Red / Black

Bag only

  • Sale price: $39.97

  • Reg. price: $54.99

  • SKU: 2016885

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20" x 18" x 9"

Red/Black

Bag with Three 360 boxes

  • Sale price: $47.97

  • Reg. price: $64.99

  • SKU: 2018787

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  • Heavy-duty, 600-denier, water-resistant polyester construction
  • Lower compartment can hold up to five 360 utility boxes
  • Insulated upper compartment to keep your food and beverages hot or cold
  • Generously padded back support and shoulder straps
  • Convenient line spooling pocket
  • Integrated molded lure case
  • Exterior mesh storage pocket
Our XPS Stalker Backpack Tackle Bag or System is crafted of heavy-duty, 600-denier, water-resistant polyester and incorporates a wealth of standard features, such as an insulated upper compartment to keep your food and beverages hot or cold and an integrated molded lure case. A lower compartment can hold up to five 360 utility boxes. There’s a tool holder and convenient line spooling pocket, plus an exterior mesh storage pocket. A heavy-duty side pocket is even provided for jarred bait storage. Available as a backpack or as a system with three 360 utility boxes.

Bass Pro Shops 360 and 370 Utility Boxes are sold separately and can be found through item search for number 214424
Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Stalker™ Backpack Tackle Bag or System 4.4 5 16 16
good purchace I recently bought this item and it is a very good tackle bag. If you are a shore fisherman (fishes from shore) this is a must. If you are a boat fisherman (fishes in a boat) this is not for you, get a tackle BAG, not a back pack. November 23, 2014
don't like unsealed cooling part i just bought this but i will return it because i do not like the fact that the top cooler section that is suppose to keep things cold is unsealed in its four bottom corners. i bought it in store and noticed it but decided to buy it anyways but you know what...it is something i can't accept. don't know why they did it that way. i wish someone would say if there is a valid reason. cooling areas are supposed to be sealed up. November 6, 2014
Great bag I am primarily a shore fisherman and I wanted something I could put on my back to free up my hands so could carry additional things to the shore. Some of the lakes I fish in Western PA require a pretty good hike to reach the spots I like to fish from, so when I saw this bag I knew I needed it. I currently have 5 360 boxes in it and everything has a place. It really allows me to keep things organized. Also as I acquire more tackle and more 360 boxes it will allow me to swap out boxes for what I need for that particular day. I have not any issues with it and have gotten a fair share of compliments from other fisherman who really like the looks of this bag. August 20, 2014
Nice concept BUT... I saw the bag and I loved the idea of it BUT when I got it I didn't expect what I got. I used it and I loved all the storage space and pockets but I mainly bought it because of the "cooler" part of it. took the bag out one day threw an ice pack in the cooler pocket to keep my drinks nice and cool so as the day went I noticed that my drinks were hot and ice pack melted rather quickly. so I inspected the cooler part and noticed that there was two openings in each corner of it that wasn't stitched. apparently theres a zipper lining I would assume is for more storage boxes if u don't use the cooler part. now to me this doesn't make any sense. heat will get in thus making the cooler part useless. also the stitching where the net part of the bag is badly done too as I got my bag with it already torn. I will modify the cooler part but im disappointed in this as I shouldn't have to. maybe this needed to go out for some testing with people before it was put out on market. so everyone giving this 5 stars I will not understand. photos are provided August 2, 2014
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360 boxes and about 5
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The insulated upper is for food and beverages.
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This item is only available in red.
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Is there a specific area to hold fishing rods?
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there are straps on the side
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yes on the left side of bag. i use it to hold my surf rod
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No it does not however as stated above it has two velcro straps. Instead of putting pliers in the little black pocket, just put the rod handle in there then use the velcro for extra support. You can really only fit 1 but its better then nothing. Photo below
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No, it does have Velcro straps on one side of it that could hold a pole or two though
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This bag does not have rod holders attached.
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on the bottom there is a storage area that can fit 4 but if you open the main pocket the bottom can be unzipped and can fit 5 boxes
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approx. 12"x6" theres a ton of pockets to hold stuff i have 3 360 boxes that fit in the area.
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360 is the number if you get the ones from bass proshops, or the 3600 from plano the size is 11" x 7 1/4" holds 4 easy 5 is tight but works. you can buy 4packs of the 3600 planos for about 20 bucks online
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9 inches tall 9 1/2 deep
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It's about 11x8. It fits 4 11x8 (360 boxes) that's accessible from the front pouch. However there's a zipper on the inside of the hot/cold store pouch where you can flip up the that storage and store about 2 more 360 boxes and other smaller containers. But you would have to sacrifice that hot/cold storage.

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about 12" w x 7 1/2" d x 8" h
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About 12” W x 8” H x 7” D.
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