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Wild River ROGUE Tackle Bags

Wild River ROGUE Tackle Bags

Description

The Wild River ROGUE Tackle Bags feature high-quality, built-in stereo systems that connect to an iPod or MP3 player to play music while fishing.

Features

  • Large storage compartment for up to 5 trays
  • Protective rain cover can be quickly deployed to keep contents safe
  • Removable self-retracting steel cable lanyard for clippers or small tools
List Price
$199.00
Your Price
$145.15
In Stock

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Details

The Rogue is Wild River's unique stereo speaker bag for the tech angler. The integrated audio system is designed to work with iPod®, MP3 players and other portable audio devices, like your smartphone, to output quality stereo sound.

Features

STEREO SPEAKERS

  • High quality, built-in stereo speaker system connects to your iPod® or MP3 device to play your music
    TRAY STORAGE
  • Large storage compartment for up to 5 large #3700-style trays
    RAIN COVER
  • Protective rain cover can be quickly deployed to keep your bag contents safe
    SUNGLASS HOLDER
  • Permanently mounted molded sunglass holder helps keep your glasses safe
    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 secure tools
    POWER SUPPLY
  • Powered by AC transformer, 12V DC adapter (included), or 4 D-cell batteries (not included)
    TRAY CAPACITY
  • Capacity to hold up to 5 large #3700-style, 2 medium #3600-style and 2 #3500-style trays
  • Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
    Wild River ROGUE Tackle Bags WN3701 ROGUE tackle bag with stereo speakers
    $145.15
    In Stock
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