You have heard of Tackle Boxes, but what about Tackle Bags? Enjoy finding out more as we examine the Top Tackle Bags of 2017.

When you think of a tackle box, you think of a study, hard, plastic container. A tackle bag is just the opposite. It is soft, durable and easy to carry and fill any spot in your vehicle to get you to your favorite fishing hole.

Below is a list of our Top Tackle Bags of 2017.


Top Tackle Bags of 2017

Allen Platte River Fishing Gear Bag

The Allen Platte River Fishing Gear Bag is a great classic tackle bag.

This tackle bag comes with a reasonably cheap price. Its got large storage capacity for gear and lure boxes. The bag had two side pockets and a large front pocket. There are mesh pockets inside the main cavity.

The River Fishing Gear Bag has a nice padded shoulder strap so it shouldn’t wear your shoulder out. There are multiple smaller zipper compartments for odds and ends along with buckles meant to secure your gear even better. Unlike a lot of other tackle bags, there are built in rod tube carry straps.


Wild River by CLC Tackle Tek Nomad Backpack

It’s safe to say the Wild River by CLC Tackle Tek Nomad Backpack is the most insane tackle box Tackle Reports has ever seen.

This bag has a 3 level LED light system so you’ll never have to dig through your tackle box in the dark again. It comes WITH a 5000mAh rechargeable USB power supply so you can charge any mobile device to document your catches.

There’s a solar panel clip on option in the off chance you’re seriously hurting for power but you’ll have to buy it separately.

There’s enough storage for 6 total trays in the backpack itself (4 medium and 2 small trays).

This high tech tackle bag is no joke and its worth every penny.

The Charger for the Wild River by CLC WT3604 Tackle Tek Nomad Lighted Backpack with Four PT3600 Trays is available for purchase through the link below.


Wild River by CLC WT3702 Tackle Tek Frontier Tackle Bag

The Wild River by CLC WT3702 Tackle Tek Frontier Tackle Bag is one of the special compact light integrated tackle bags.

This bag comes with Five PT3700 Trays.

There is enough room for you to store as much gear as you can think of. Removable plier holders, permanently mounted sunglass holders, and clear pockets keep your gear dry and make access easy. There is a strong durable rotating grip with built in LED light systems.

This bag isn’t water proof but you can easily buy some water resistance spray yourself to help improve any water resistance.


Umpqua Steamboat 1200 ZS Sling Pack

The Umpqua Steamboat 1200 ZS Sling Pack is another fly bag but don’t let that shy you away from it if you’re not a fly fisherman.

The divided middle compartment can hold 4 large fly boxes or one or two small plano boxes though if you’re looking for more storage, there may be better options. The front pocket provides a fair amount of space for storage and two other mesh pockets round out a compact but reasonable sized fishing pack.

The over the shoulder design is different than what the average angler is used to but once adjusted to, these fishing packs are extremely comfortable and convenient.


Dr. Fish Tackle Bag

This Dr. Fish Tackle Bag  has a special deal going on right now and it’s hard to beat.

This tackle bag comes with an added 60 fishing lures, crankbaits, spinners, rooster tails, and soft plastic shad swimbaits.

This is tackle bag is simple without flash. In that simplicity lies its durability. 6 pockets all reinforced on the outside with solid padding.

This bag is smaller than the pictures make it seem but that adds to its transportability and comfort.


Final Thoughts

Tackle Bags are growing in popularity because of the added features to each bag. Each feature speaks of your fishing style and your drive for the big catch. The ease of carrying a tackle bag and the utility that comes with some of them is something that really elevates the tackle box over the tackle bag. Although tackle bags don’t always come with the sturdiness, rigidity, and security of a tackle box, they’re still worthy of consideration.