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Fishing Gear: Plano A-Series 2.0 Quick Top Tackle Bags

Plano continues the tradition of being on the cutting edge of storage innovations with the new A-series 2.0 Quick Top 3600 and 3700 Tackle Bags.

The term “tackle bag” just begins to describe the features of the A-Series 2.0 Quick Top Tackle Bags. They actually combine the convenience and protection of a hard tackle box with the comfort and versatility of a rugged, yet soft exterior.

The 2.0 Quick Top Tackle Bags feature molded, hard-top lids with dual, water-resistant compartments that are ideal for phones, sunglasses and other frequently used items. The bottoms of the 2.0 Quick Top Tackle Bags are molded, impact-resistant high-density polyethylene, which help keep water from intruding from a wet boat floor.

Both models come with four Stowaway® boxes, which can be configured with the dividers to carry everything from tiny hooks and split shot to large spinnerbaits and crankbaits.

Five exterior pockets adorn the 2.0 Quick Top Tackle Bags. The biggest features MOLLE webbing, which stands for Modular Lightweight Load-carrying Equipment. In non-tactical terms, these are super-durable loops perfect for carrying needle-nose pliers, forceps, scissors, hook sharpener files and other oft-used articles. MOLLE webbing also allows for anglers to add accessory pouches to store additional gear.

Product Features:

A-Series 2.0 Quick Top 3600 Tackle Bag, Model No. PLABA600 – MSRP $79.99

A-Series 2.0 Quick Top 3700 Tackle Bag. Model No. PLABA700 – MSRP $99.99

* Molded hard-top with water-resistant quick-access compartments

* Molded impact-resistant HDPE waterproof base

* Oversized molded zippers for durability & easier use

* Large exterior mesh pocket with MOLLE webbing

* Removable padded shoulder strap

* Five exterior pockets

* PLABA600 Includes four, 3650 Stowaway® boxes

* PLABA700 Includes four, 3750 Stowaway® boxes

The A-Series 2.0 Quick Top 3600 and 3700 Tackle Bags offers the comfort of a soft tackle carrier with he convenience and durability of a hard top with compartments for easy access to phones and frequently used tackle.

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