WFO Trek Pack Tackle Bag
A Waist pack is like no other. Imagine this…next time your fishing your favorite stretch of shoreline, you can carry two rods rigged, and at the ready the entire time
|WFO Trek Pack Tackle Bag||$54.95 USD|
The WFO Sportfishing Trek Pack- A Waist pack is like no other. Imagine this…next time your fishing your favorite stretch of shoreline, you can carry two rods rigged, and at the ready the entire time. Attached to either side of belt is an adjustable rod holder (one angled slightly forward –carrying the primary rod, and the other angled slightly backwards-carrying your second rod) This gives you an advantage when fishing as you can instantly target the fish with two different set-ups. Whether its beaches, lakes, or streams, this product is all about fishing shorelines!
WFO Trek Pack Tackle Bag Features
- The Large main compartment allows you to hold up to two 3600 size trays at the same time and a 3400size tray in the front pouch. This makes it excellent for carrying everything, from small grubs and swim baits, to buck tails and poppers
- Two adjustable rod holders. This will allow you to carry two rods, rigged and ready to go, at all times
- Extra wide air-mesh belt, for added comfort and support.
- Large Mesh bottle holder
- External pliers holder
- Two small mesh pouches for holding bait & scent jars.
- Two d-rings for attaching miscellaneous gear
- Made of water resistant 600 D Rip stop nylon and high quality nylon zippers.
Fits everything I need....
July 22, 2014
It really is not a bad bag for the money. I use it for surf fishing during the Summer for Fluke and other bottom species. I fit my rain top and a 3600 box in one compartment and a Gulp Storage Box the size of a 3400 box in the other compartment. It has a few D rings for lanyards, a bottle holder, pork jar holder on either side of the bag portion, pliers shealth, and 2 rod holders. The rod holders will work if you are using light tackle. However, I would not use it to carry an additional rod all day. Just my opinion. It is good for holding a rod when baiting/changing lures. I would suggest buying some clip on suspenders along with the bag. The weight of everything I carry in it does weigh it down to the point where I find myself pulling it up and adjusting it. You can wear it either with the bag in the back or front. And it can spin around so you can easily access the bag. The quality of the bag is not too bad either. The bag and zippers are not water resistant. It can hold up to spray, not a dunking. The zippers will last if you are not too hard on them. The stitching seems to be very good. And the strap is soft and can be adjusted with ease. And once you size it, it holds or locks in place. The Velcro, which keeps the rod holders on and helps keep their shape is of higher commercial grade quality. It does not offer any back support at all. And like I said, it does weigh down some depending on the amount of gear you are carrying. Clip on suspenders will quell this. Or if you have a shoulder strap from another bag, you can attach it to the D rings on either side to wear around your shoulder to keep the bag from weighing down. This is the issue you run into with all bags of this type. Do not let it be the reason not to buy it. In all it is quite a handy lumbar pack. It has a lot of storage space for its size and price. And thus far, it seems to be durable in the salt water. It can hold everything you would need for a day of fishing.
ProsHolds quite a bit of gear, durability, price.
ConsWeighs down with gear weight, not lumbar support