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Wild River RIGGER 5-Gallon Bucket Organizers

Wild River RIGGER 5-Gallon Bucket Organizers

Description

The Wild River RIGGER 5-Gallon Bucket Organizers can store up to 3 small trays.

Features

  • Zipper pocket designed to hold bait aerator and spare batteries with slot for air hose
  • Removable self-retracting steel cable lanyard for clippers or small tools
  • Fits most 5-gallon buckets
List Price
$36.99
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$30.71
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The Rigger is Wild River's soft tackle, 5-gallon bucket organizer. It features a zippered pocket ready for your aerator and spare batteries to help you keep your bait lively. The Rigger has storage for two 3500-series trays, and an extra pocket to hold a third or another reel and line.

Features:

TRAY STORAGE

  • Storage pockets with securing straps for two #3500-style trays
    AERATOR POCKET
  • Zipper pocket designed to hold your bait aerator and spare batteries with slot for air hose
    POLE HOLDERS
  • Two pole pockets with securing straps
    CLEAR POCKET
  • Clear internal pocket to keep your maps and licenses visible but dry
    PLIER HOLDER
  • Removable plier holder goes from bag to belt so your pliers are easy to find
    RETRACTABLE LANYARD
  • Removable self-retracting steel cable lanyard for clippers or small tools
    WEB LOOPS
  • Web loops to help secure tools
    OPTIONAL BUCKET
  • Fits most 5-gallon size buckets
  • Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
    Wild River RIGGER 5-Gallon Bucket Organizers WN3506 RIGGER 5 gallon bucket organizer
    $30.71
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