Plano Guide Series Bag 3600

Price: $61.99
In Stock: 5+

Built to handle the demands of professional guides and avid anglers alike, the Plano Guide Series 3600 is the latest evolution of Plano's award-winning tackle storage solutions.

Designed with a molded depression on top, the Plano Guide Series Bag 3600 is built to hold a 3600 series stowaway (included) securely in place with a hook-and-bungee mechanism. This additional stowaway keeps go-to lures on top for easy access and also provides anglers with a stable work surface for re-tying and cutting trailers. Internally, the Plano Guide Series Bag 3600 holds 5 more 3600 series stowaways (included) and also features a clear zippered pouch that is perfect for maps and the always-important fishing license.

On the outside, the Plano Guide Series Bag 3600 really turns up the heat with two padded side pockets, a big zippered front pocket, and a PVC mesh pocket along the back that’s perfect for tools and spools of line. As functional as it is spacious, the Plano Guide Series Bag 3600 allows anglers to stay organized and ready to go when the bite is on. 

-Includes Five (5) 3600 stowaways inside & One (1) 3600 on top
-Workspace on top
-Labeled compartments
-Molded water-resistant base
-Padded side pockets
-Front zippered pocket
-Rear PVC mesh pocket
-Zippered clear plastic pouch underneath lid
-Padded shoulder harness

Dimensions: 17"L x 10.25"W x 10.25"H 

Customer Reviews

Comments: Well got the bag 4 days ago and filled it up with all my tackle from my 3 tray plano box. It held everything and still have an empty 3600 to fill. Has plenty of space in the back bungee area to hold all my soft plastics. Works really well. Only complaint so is that the strings on the zippers are crap. The main compartment is tough to unzip past the corners and when closing the string pulled off the zipper. Junk. The zipper still functions 100% but it is a little disappointing to have the thing just rip out the second time using it.

From: Rick: Lawrence, PA 3/15/15

Comments: High quality bag. I really like using the storage box on top for exchanging lures that I am fishing at the moment. I take this bag when fishing in my aluminum jon boat where there is no storage to keep bait boxes  in the boat.

From: Josh: LA 9/16/14

Comments: Got my plano 3600 today it is worth the five dollars two shipping to get it faster, well packaged in shipping box as well in a plastic bag. The material the bag is made from seems durable enough even for a some what rugged use. I think the hard bottom really makes a difference as far as holding up better than cloth material the rest of the bag is made from. The zipper pulls are great for using the zippers , use the zippers carefully and they should hold up well, but only time will tell. The storage boxes are ok, but there are six of them so this hopefully hold my one and half full tackle boxes I have now. If not I should have got the next size bag up. The top of the bag has a place to put a storage box. Two thumbs up for plano, someone was thinking and it should work well for the high use tackle and bait. The side pockets are roomy but, the end side pockets seem oddly shaped to me. I would have preferred expanding pockets instead. The only other complaint so far at first hands on is the lack of a carry handle, But I think I can get passed that and get use to the shoulder strap. And last complaint is the price. I think it's little over priced, I have shopped around finding none cheaper than Tackle warehouse. $49.95 would a fair price for this bag. If find cheaper buy it because I would recommend this plano bag series. I may never go back to a hard tackle box again.

From: Jeff: USA 7/31/14

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