Bass Pro Shops Stalker Backpack Tackle System offers bevy of options

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The bag is constructed of heavy-duty 600-denier water-resistant polyester. It can be purchased separately for you to fill with tackle boxes you already own, or as the system with three 360 utility boxes included.

The Bass Pro Shops Stalker Backpack Tackle System brings a unique new way to store your gear whether you fish for a living or are the ultimate weekend warrior.

The padded back support and shoulder straps are designed for comfort while the lower compartment will hold five 360 utility boxes. To maximize storage capacity and easy-access organization, there also are exterior pockets for accessories, a line spooling pocket, a molded integrated lure case, a pocket for jarred baits and a mesh accessory compartment.

The  large insulated upper compartment will even keep your breakfast or lunch hot or cold.

The bag is constructed of heavy-duty 600-denier water-resistant polyester. It can be purchased separately for you to fill with tackle boxes you already own, or as the system with three 360 utility boxes included.

Gear specs:

  • Carry comfortably by hand or wear as backpack
  • Generously padded back support and shoulder straps
  • Lower compartment holds five 360 utility boxes (three included with system package)
  • Insulated upper compartment to keep your food and beverage hot or cold
  • Exterior accessory pockets and convenient line spooling pocket
  • Integrated molded lure case
  • Heavy-duty 600-denier water-resistant polyester construction
  • Exterior mesh storage pocket
The bag is constructed of heavy-duty 600-denier water-resistant polyester. It can be purchased separately for you to fill with tackle boxes you already own, or as the system with three 360 utility boxes included.
The bag can be purchased separately for you to fill with tackle boxes you already own, or as the system with three 360 utility boxes included.
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Will Leschper is founder of The Texas Outdoor Digest. He has been recognized for Excellence in Craft by the Outdoor Writers Association of America and the Texas Outdoor Writers Association. He is Conservation Editor of Texas Fish & Game Magazine and is a regular contributor to the Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters, in addition to writing for plenty of of now-defunct publications.

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