Browning® Front Loader Tackle Bag or System
- 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
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 21 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 quality product well built, heavy duty stitching. typical Browning quality. only downside is the zippered flap to access trays is not wide enough. i can only fit 4 large trays and 1 small(at the top). and it will take 2 hands and some "bottomlip biting" to get trays out and back in. May 5, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by ejrunn Zippers This product althought sturdy and owned for less than 1 year all zippers have broken bag is useless now.. Bag was to expensive to have shuch poor quality October 4, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by jerryjo1124 Very good bag Excellent bag, although the spacing between the trays was very tight. I removed several " shelves " from between the trays & they fit much easier . September 30, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by RDWAGG Not very durable I am on my 2nd year using this tackle bag, I keep it in the front of tthe boat during fishing so everything is accessable. I do like the room and the easy access to the boxes. My problem with the product is that it has not handled the direct sun very well. I went to pick it up off my deck after fishing the other day and when I pulled up on the handle with the velcro wrap the handle pulled apart at both ends, it just frayed apart. It appears that the sun had basically rotted the material. Would consider buying another bag if I could just purchase just the bag and not all the boxes, is that possible? June 28, 2012
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A:Not sure about the XPS bag, But this thing is big....
A: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
Details: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.
A:This bag is very big, I new the sizes of the bag but when you look at it in real life, it's big.
A:If you are going with others to fish, this bag is too large. Get you a smaller bag for that.
A: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
A:nylon. treat it with a product called "camp dry" or "scotchgaurd". will make it water resistant but not waterproof.
A:yes . each box has a space. but good luck fitting all 5. it is TIGHT!
A: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.
A: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.
A:Yes there are 3 dividers that seperate the boxes.
A: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
A: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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