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TACO Neptune Tackle Storage Bag

TACO Neptune Tackle Storage Bag
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Neptune Tackle Storage Bag

Taco Marine introduces a much improved tackle storage system for your leaning post or as a tackle storage system on your boat. Perfect for the traveling angler who destination fishes. Made of highly durable 1000 Denier fabric and ballistic nylon bottom along with YKK Marine Grade zippers. These high quality materials not only protect all gear from the saltwater elements, but also provide a waterproof seal and durability. Due to it's design and shoulder carrying strap, the bag is easy to remove from the leaning post allowing the bag to travel with you to and from the boat with comfortable ease.

Features:
  • 1000 Denier fabric withstands the harsh saltwater elements
  • Ballistic nylon bottom provides a waterproof seal
  • YKK marine-grade zippers are strong and durable
  • Two double zippered outer pockets ideal for up to five fluorocarbon spools
  • Two 9" inner pockets ideal for storing personal items
  • One 29" long tool compartment for safely storing all tackle gear
  • Includes welt track clips for hanging on Taco Marine leaning post
  • Center storage space has one of the largest tackle capacities on the market today accommodating 4 full size 3700 Plano boxes, 4 Plano 3600 boxes and 4 smaller Plano boxes
  • Attractive carbon gray fabric with black trim and hard shell bottom liner with 6 rubber feet and drain holes
  • Limited 1 year Warranty
  • Made in USA
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