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Googan Squad Money Bag


WAS: $11.99*

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Jawbone Tackle Backpack


WAS: $79.99*

    Eskimo 42 in. Rod Locker


    WAS: $169.99*

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    Lew's Utility Tackle Bag

    $39.99 - $79.99

    WAS: $39.99 - $79.99*

    Explore Tackle Bags at Public Lands

    For a combination of storage and comfort, tackle bags come out on top. Public Lands offers bags to accommodate any tackle collection.

    Why Choose a Tackle Bag?

    Tackle bags are easier to carry than bulky boxes thanks to their soft materials and oftentimes padded straps. Tackle boxes have their merits, but if you need something a little lighter, a bag might be a better idea due to its lightweight construction.

    Bags tend to make less noise, having fewer hard surfaces for items to strike. You might be able to avoid spooking fish when you're shifting your tackle bag.

    If you need to keep your hands free, tackle bags should be your first choice. Additionally, this type of storage won’t get cracked or dented. Most bags come with dividers, though you can also place your own small tackle boxes inside.


    Duffel bags, backpacks, and slings are all available. You can’t go wrong with any of them, so pick the type that feels most comfortable.


    Tackle bags have a wide range of prices. If you’re new to fishing, a less expensive option might be best until you know precisely what you need.

    Look for quality construction and materials, even with inexpensive tackle bags. Poorly made bags can rip apart when carrying heavy loads. Options with base pads are likelier to hold up than options without them.


    Tackle bags come with tons of storage options. Interior pockets, exterior pockets, and hanging loops are just a few. Some have highly specific types of storage, like pockets meant for sunglasses!

    For extra convenience, you might want a high-end bag. The nicest ones come with features like LED lighting and USB power sources.

    Water Resistance

    When choosing between waterproof tackle bags and non-waterproof bags, pick something waterproof. Your bag will almost certainly get splashed now and then.