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If you are anything like me, you have way too much fishing gear. The problem is, deciding what to take, and what to leave behind. It’s not always an easy decision. Luckily you don’t have to, as long as you have a good fishing backpack.
Most bags I have tried over the years either don’t have enough space for the gear I want to take, or they are just too big to be practical. These bags are often very bulky and heavy to carry resulting in a sore back by the time you reach your destination.
These problems are solved with the Piscifun Fishing Tackle Backpack.
One of the best products I have found recently is this Tackle Backpack. The Piscifun backpack has enough space to carry all the gear you need while being small and light enough to carry all day without killing your back.
- Material – 1200D water-resistant high-density nylon fabrics
- Weight – 56.4oz
- Size of bag – 12.6 x 7.9 x 17.7 inches
- Size of one Box – 10.8x 7.0 x 1.9 inches
- Rated – 9/10
Taking It Out
When I go fishing, I quite often travel many miles to the location. There is nothing better than knowing you are the only one around, and not having to share the fish with anyone.
Sometimes getting to the locations will require going through some pretty tough terrain. Climbing over rocks, down steep declines, and wading through rivers.
The Piscifun Fishing Tackle Backpack sits so nicely on my back, and is so light (depending on how much you put in) I sometimes forget I have it on.
The Breathable mesh on the back is a god sent for me as I do tend to sweat a lot, but with this backpack, my back stays relatively dry.
One of the big problems with back sweat is the rash you get if you keep going, but not with this backpack. This coupled with the ergonomic padded back makes it very comfortable to wear all day and over long distances.
- Rear breathable mesh
- Ergonomic Padded back
- Durable KAM buckle
- Full-length double zippers
- Protective rain cover
- Four rubber feet
- Hardened glasses case
- Movable clapboard
- 11 independent rooms
- Adjustable water bottle holder
Packing The Bag
I have a lot of gear, and I mean a lot. Deciding what to take and what to leave behind is often the hardest decision I have to make before heading out. As I do tend to travel a long way to get to some of the locations I fish, I don’t have the option to go back to grab something I forgot.
I don’t have this problem with the Piscifun fishing tackle backpack and sometimes find myself taking things I don’t need just because I have space. I recently purchased a telescopic rod that I like to take out with me, and I have no problems putting it in the bag, leaving my hands free.
This bag is equipped with 6 smaller pockets as well as a large storage area for bigger gear and boxes. You can get the boxes separately, or in the package with the bag. I personally only use two of the boxes and, using the movable clapboard, leave the rest of the space for larger items like lip grips, hook removers, and such.
The pockets all have durable double full-length zippers to secure your valuables like phones (in the waterproof case), wallets, and keys. A hardened glasses case to store the sunglasses, and a good-sized pocket for your drink bottle.
If you find that you don’t have enough room for everything in this bag, may I suggest that you might be trying to take too much with you?
Outside The Bag
Just as important as what’s inside the bag, is what’s on the outside. Depending on where you are going, your bag might get roughed around a bit (I know mine does)
This backpack is made with very tough and durable 1200D water-resistant high-density nylon fabrics that not only keep everything protected on the inside but dry as well.
For extra peace of mind, it also comes with a removable waterproof cover for when you get stuck in one of those downpours. I tend to do a lot of my fishing in the wetter times of the year.
For one, there are fewer people around, and second, it’s the best time of year to catch fish as they become more active.
The 1200D water-resistant is great when walking through the dense undergrowth after a downpour as I don’t need to worry, then the cover comes out easily if it does start to rain.
On the bottom of the bag, you will also find four rubber feet. This help to keep your bar off wet surfaces and rough areas, as well as provides extra grip to the bottom when placing your bag on slippery surfaces. This is particularly handy if you like to fish off the rocks like I do as quite often they are covered in algae.
- 1-year warranty
- Lots of storage space
- Option to use boxes or not
- Relative inexpensive
- Movable clapboard divider
- Strong and durable buckles
- Plenty of pockets
- Comes with a waterproof cover
- Plenty of room for a Telescopic Rod
- Bottom is not as wide as the top
- Probably doesn’t need double zippers on all pockets
- Could use extra padding on shoulders
It’s In The Bag
Of course, this backpack is also great when kayak fishing. When space is at a premium, a typical tackle box just won’t do.
As you can see, not much to complain about with this bag, and the things I did mention are a small inconvenience. For the price, this is the best bag around, even better than some of the more expensive ones you might find.
If fishing is your thing, and you like to move around a lot between spots, I highly recommend this bag. If you have any questions or comments please feel free to leave them below in the comments. Happy fishing. As Always
Tony, Creator of Get Reel Fishin