Browning® Fishing Front Loader Tackle Bag or System

   

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20" x 10" x 17"

Bag with Five 370 boxes

20" x 10" x 17"

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  • Rugged 1680D water-resistant nylon construction
  • Stores up to six 370 utility boxes (not included)
  • Removable, oversized, and adjustable padded shoulder strap
  • Semi-rigid sunglasses holder
  • External tool storage
  • Water-resistant vinyl bottom
  • Integrated rod tube holder
  • Zippered top compartment expands 2'' for more storage
Side compartment with internal organization for toolsWith a large storage capacity and loads of practical features, anglers should have no trouble organizing and transporting tackle in the Browning Front Loader Tackle Bag. Made from rugged, 1680 Denier water-resistant nylon and designed with a water-resistant vinyl bottom, the Front Loader Tackle Bag can store up to six 370 utility boxes (not included) and the zippered top compartment expands 2" for more storage. The Front Loader Tackle Bag has a convenient storage spot for just about anything, a side compartment with internal organization ideal for tools, an integrated rod tube holder, and a semi-rigid sunglasses holder. Stores, organizes and is easy to transport with a removable, oversized and adjustable shoulder strap. Available in your choice of bag only or system which comes with five 370 boxes. Dimensions: 20'' x 10'' x 17''. Imported.

Bass Pro Shops 360 and 370 Utility Boxes are sold separately and can be found through item search for number 214424
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 22 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by ThisOnes for You First of all i have had a lot of different kinds of tackle bags and this is the one that stood up to the weather and almost daily wear and tear. The top load compartment feature is great, it holds a spinner bait box and 2 slots for plastics or other misc. items. The bottom holds 5 3700 series boxes and if you wanted to you could take the dividers out of the top compartment and add a 6th 3700 series box. The side zippered pocket holds braid scissors, needle nose pliers, and a hard shelled sunglasses holder. The other zippered pocket is just a single compartment which i hold another 370 series box. The outside material is not water proof but very water resistant, and even then only a little water seeps into the top compartment, as the bottom of the bag is rubber instead of cloth. So all in all this was a great buy and i would tell any fishermen who fishes in almost any weather this is the bag for you. October 31, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Browning Tackle Bag = Winning! This bag is HUGE! I saw it online and then went to the local BPS and purchased it. I keep all my crankbaits, jigs, worms, creature baits, and topwater lures separated in the 370 boxes it came with. I also keep a small box of spinnerbaits in the top. Plenty of space for tools, extra reels, line, etc. My tackle is now super organized and easy to get to. I highly recommend this bag to anyone trying to organize their tackle and keep it together in one place. Good fishing!! September 15, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by great great bag This bag has it all , I can carry just about all my gear in one bag . It just works great !!! very very happy August 13, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best Tackle Bag on the Market The Browning Front Load Tackle Bag is by far the best tackle box/bag I have ever purchased. It is large enough for all of my gear, with some room to spare. I have 5 large plastic boxes in the front, 1 small box in the top and enough space for over 20 packs of plastic worms in the top and side. One of the side zipper pockets has an area to hold your fishing pliers and it also has a protective case to hold your sunglasses so that they wont get damaged. If you are looking for a large, rugged tackle bag, you will not find a better one on the market. July 26, 2011
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No trays in the bag.
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yes they do
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Not sure about the XPS bag, But this thing is big....
1 year, 9 months ago
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I dont know about the front load stalker but I returned the XPS stalker bag. It was too flat and had to many little pockets and staps getting in the way. That bag you could carry on your back as a backpack but I didnt like it. You couldnt used the 3700s either
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I have 8 3700 plano trays in it.
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I have 6 3700 plano boxes in it. One of them has 3'' thick. The others are standard sizes.
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Full size 3700`s fit good. Takes 5. The Flambeau are better than the Plano
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I've been looking for a tackle bag to use as co angler/ non boater. Its the first time to fish in a tournament. I realize space is limited. I would like to know from pros/ boaters if this bag is too big in your opinions.
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This bag is very big, I new the sizes of the bag but when you look at it in real life, it's big.
1 year, 9 months ago
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If you are going with others to fish, this bag is too large. Get you a smaller bag for that.
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um it is a bit big i got about 50 cranks around 100 rattletraps ton of worms and spinners and roostertails and likei have like 3 pair of tools and about 10 things of line a few reels in the side pockets and got plenty of room holds a ton
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No waterproof. But there is a waterproof Hood that can be pullet out from the front bottom of the bag to protect from rain.
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nylon. treat it with a product called "camp dry" or "scotchgaurd". will make it water resistant but not waterproof.
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water-resistant not 100% waterproof. If it downpours your items may get wet.
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No divider and yes you can put up to 6 3700 trays.
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yes . each box has a space. but good luck fitting all 5. it is TIGHT!
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I have 5 3700s. They are separated by hard materal so you can only put them in the slots provided which is 5 slots. I suppose you could turn a smaller box sideways and get two in one slot.
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there's dividers, the dividers are fabric reinforced with pliable sheets of plastic. i haven't tried the thinner 370 boxes, but you may be able to more in there.
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Yes there are 3 dividers that seperate the boxes.
2 years, 10 months ago
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i bought this bag and was very dissapointed 370 boxes do not fit. Not even one of them. Don't buy this bag if that's what you have.
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No. But I have at least 15-20 bags of soft plastic in one and 6 packs of line in the other one.
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no they are not. 1 end will fit a small container. but the other end wont hold anything useful because that is where your drink holder is located. what a waste. my drink holder is in my cooler
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Yes big enough
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the right pocket is big enough to fit one in there, but the left is not. the left pocket has multiple slots and pockets for tools and other items. there's a sunglasses pocket, two pliers slots and a zipper pocket.
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No, the side pockets are large enough for several spools of line or an extra reel or two.
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