Gear Review: Plano A-Series Duffel

What is it?

Plano A-Series Duffel

What sets it apart?

Often, anglers face the dilemma of not knowing exactly what tackle they’ll need, while limited to a single bag. Maybe you’re fishing as a co-angler with a broad range of potential scenarios, or maybe your fishing vacation’s taking you to unfamiliar waters. In any case, Plano’s A-Series 2.0 Duffel Bag provides cavernous space with well-designed storage elements, all within a soft-sided rectangular form that holds its shape.

How do I use it?

Measuring  23.6 inches long, 13 wide and 11.8 high, this bag comes with six 3650 Stowaway tackle boxes, but the interior space can easily accommodate twice as many, while also offering space for rain gear, various tools, a flashlight, etc. An adjustable internal divider, along with spacious external pockets aid in organization. Anglers will appreciate the extra-large top opening, oversized molded zippers, removable padded shoulder strap and MOLLE webbing.

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Angler’s insight:

Details like the adjustable divider and substantial end pockets differentiate the A-Series 2.0 Duffel Bag from other large bags prone to cluttered piling. Mine will probably end up pulling double duty as light luggage, in which case, those outer pockets will come in handy for isolating worn items. Plano was generous with the MOLLE webbing so you can personalize this bag with everything from tool holders to a clip for your filtered water bottle when walking through an airport.