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Shimano Bluewave Surf Bag

Shimano Bluewave Surf Bag

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Medium10 x 10 x 4Navy$69.99 USD
Small8'' X 10'' X 3 ''Navy$49.99 USD
The Shimano Bluewave Surf Bag features a front drop-down opening for easy access to lures, with wall-separated jig holders in both sides and a durable rubber mesh bottom for fast drain and dry.

*** Tackle, Bait & Tools Not Included ***
  • Made of heavy-duty 1680 Denier nylon fabric
  • Adjustable lure tube system that stores the lures in a vertical manner without tangling hooks (includes 8 inner black partitions.)
  • Vertical lure compartment can be divided into eight or sixteen compartments. (medium size only)
  • Removable clip shoulder strap or belt strap
  • Side D-ring and hook and loop pliers holder
  • Large D-ring to lock the bag to your belt
  • Expandable mech side pocket to hold mini size utility box (medium size only)
  • 1-year limited warranty
4.5 Stars based on 49 reviews
By Jason
Centereach, Ny
November 22, 2016
Well built.
I was at first skeptical of this bag due to all the high end products on the market. Upon receiving this product I immediately noticed how well built it was. Another plus was that it can carry a ton of gear. Plugs, bucks, tins and plenty of room for leaders and other necessities.
By denes
germantown, NY
October 17, 2018
Great bag
Bought the smaller one. Hold a fat plus per square. But needle fish popper and a slender minnow can cram in one tube. Lots of extra elastic bullet holder style loops for single hook lures like bucktail or tins. I can fit all my go to option's for the surf and a spare. The okumas bag uses the Plano box. That's a good swap bag. Go from bait to jetty to surf in a second. I use the Shuman for surf and the okumas for bait on the jetty. Great bag for the buck.
By Tim
October 7, 2018
Side has ripped open
Not even using this bag for a month it has already started ripping at the seems and has holes on both sides
By Jon
June 28, 2018
Good Bag
Bought the bag for surf casting and fishing the Cape Canal. Have been pleased so far, the bag is well constructed and stores enough plugs, metals, etc. to give you plenty of options to fish. Overall a good bag for the money. If you are looking to carry a lot of plugs may want to consider a different bag as larger plugs you can only fit one per sleeve.
By brett
charlotte, NC
June 25, 2018
do not buy
bought this bag thinking that the reviews were accurate. well to begin the bag opens to the front with velcro, if you take a good wave it can open ( seen u tube videos of this happening to other people) the issue i have had was the entire corner pulled apart after 1 week of fishing the cape cod canal. i was not even fishing hard , leaving the bag on the rocks while casting . there is no reason this should have happened and now the bag is unusable. beware this product is not made well. i am currently looking for a better quality bag and seriously regret my purchase,wish i had just spent the extra up front so i didnt not have to endure this nonsense
Proslots of storage
Consvelcro opening to the front and bag falling open, the stiching on the corners is not strong and poorly thought out
By Lonnie Bruce
Waldorf MD
June 8, 2018
great surf bag
well made plenty of room good price. believe me fish don't care if your surf bag cost $200.
Proswell made plenty of room
Conshooks sometimes get caught.
By Dave
Hawthorne, NJ
May 22, 2018
Very nice
Wasn’t sure what size to get but I’m glad I got the small one. Holds plenty of lures, pliers, leader wallet, etc. Quality material. Strong Velcro. Side pouch just big enough for a 12oz bottle of water. Good bag for the money.
By Les Wang on YouTube
Long Island, NY
May 19, 2018
Shimano BWVSB250 Bluewave Surf Bag
Great surf bag. I took out the dividers to gain more room and save some weight. After using for 4 seasons the only complaint is the metal clips on the strap are starting to rust slightly but not a big deal. Holds plenty of tins and bucktails easily. No easy place to place swim shads or plastics but still a good bag.
By Michael
Bedford, MA
May 10, 2018
Great bag for the buck
Have used for the last 3 season, you cant beat this bag for the money. Other higher end bags are hitting 200 clams. Never had any issues, some minor rusting on the grommets, but frankly, thats my fault. Spots for metals, bucks, and plugs. Side pouches for otter tails. Plenty of clips and spots for pliers and grips. It is a little much for a belt pouch alone, I wore it more as a satchel.
Pros - Great price - Great durability - Great functionality
Conslittle large (even the small one) for wearing just on a wading belt.
By stephen
South Portland, ME
February 20, 2018
Great starter bag.
I got this bag when I was first getting geared up for surf fishing. It is easy to use and well built. Perfect for an array of lures, and fair price.
ProsFits lots of different lures and doesn’t break the bank.
By lee
New York, NY
November 12, 2017
excellent bag for the money!!!
great bag for the money. ample pocket storage in the front, plenty of slots for tins and bucktails, and nice drainable plug storage.
By gk
September 27, 2017
nice surf bag!!!!
This is a terrific surf bag. Plenty of room for all types of tackle, well made, durable material, light and well designed, not bulky at all. Doesn't get int the way of fishing.I love it.
Proslight, durable , spacious
By Shawn
May 12, 2017
Great bag
This bag can hold alot of stuff. I have pencil poppers,jigs,swim baits and soft plastics all in this bag and still have room for more stuff. Bag is very useful for long walks and not bulky like other bags
ProsHolds alot
ConsThere are two straps where you store all the jigs and it doesn't opens all the way so i had to cut it so it could open all the way othere than that its my only complaint
By FilthyFishermanofLBI
May 11, 2017
Nice bag needing some minor improvements
When I purchased the bag I thought that it was made very nice which is the case after 5-6 uses so far. My issue is that it doesn't really fit Ava jigs in any slot as it's either bring all of your bucktails or bring all of your Ava jigs in the box.
ProsA lot of room for plugs. Made well.
ConsItems fall out of the slots made for bucktails and Ava jigs.
By Phil C.
Brooklyn, N.Y.
May 3, 2017
Affordable, Very Well Made, Great value
Was hoping to purchase the large Surf Bag ... but couldn't wait. Drains well. Compact fits most of my plugs, the larger plugs are an issue for me. But honestly, I have so many plugs that I'll need one more surf bag away. Great price point, love the compartments and pocket which offer plenty of flexibility. In my humble opinion, it's well-made and solid. I would definitely recommend this bag.
ProsExcellent value at price point Flexibility Compartment and pockets
ConsTreble hooks can get caught
6 Questions & 6 Answers
from Gibraltar asked:
January 16, 2018
What is the width of the belt loops?
1 Answers
On the small size bag(SHM-1131) the belt loop is 4 1/2 inches in length and from loop to loop is 5 inches. The Medium bag is is also 4 1/2 inches but from loop to loop the length is 7 inches. Both belt loops are designed to fit any belt.
on January 17, 2018

from cvn75 asked:
November 16, 2018
does this bag fit a few tady 45's?
1 Answers
Sure thing. Plenty of room.
on November 16, 2018

from New Jersey asked:
November 6, 2018
On the small bag, B230, there are 4 white tubes so the pictures on your web site are of the larger bag which is showing 8 white tubes, is this correct ? Also does the smaller bag have the same spots for storing bucktails and tins like the picture shows on your website & the outer pockets also? Please clarify the differences since the picture seems to be of the larger bag and I would like a better idea of what the smaller bag looks like. Thank you, Mike.
1 Answers
They are the same exact bags just different sizes. Yes, both bags have the slots to store bucktails and tins.
on November 7, 2018

from Port Washinton, New York asked:
April 5, 2018
Can you explain the key differences between the two bags please. Thank you.
1 Answers
The differences is the dimensions of the two bags. The small is 8'' X 10'' X 3 '' and the medium is 10'' x 10'' x 4''.
on April 5, 2018

from Bedford, MA asked:
January 9, 2015
Does the small version of this bag also have the belt loops? Please clarify. Thanks.
1 Answers
Hello Dubbs. Yes, the small version does also have the belt loops. Please feel free to contact us if you have any more questions!
Customer Service
on January 9, 2015

from Bedford, New York asked:
October 28, 2012
for the small size, how many dividers are there? and how many lures can you fit? thanks
1 Answers
There are four big white tubes. Provided with the bag are 4 black dividers that cut each white divider in half. To break it down its a 4 tubes that can be split and made into 8.
Customer Service
on October 29, 2012


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