Plano Guide Series Bag 3710
2013 ICAST Best in Show – Tackle Management
In 1952 Plano began providing anglers with tackle storage solutions, and since then they have turned organizational engineering into a constantly evolving art form. Their latest masterpiece, the Plano Guide Series Bag 3710, is built with the durability and features that meet the demands of avid anglers and professional guides alike.
Constructed with a molded depression on the top, the Plano Guide Series Bag 3710 is designed to hold a 3700 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 3710 holds 5 more 3700 series stowaways (included) and also features a clear zippered pouch that is perfect for maps and fishing licenses.
On the outside, the Plano Guide Series Bag 3710 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. Expand your storage and improve your on-water functionality with the winner of the 2013 ICAST Best in Show for Tackle Management - the Plano Guide Series Bag 3710.
-Includes Five (5) 3700 stowaways inside & One (1) 3700 on top
-Workspace on top
-Molded water-resistant base
-Padded side pockets
-Rear PVC mesh pocket
-Zippered clear plastic pocket underneath lid
-Padded shoulder harness
Dimensions: 20"L x 13"W x 11.5"H
Comments: It's ok for the price. When it's fully loaded the strap seems undersized for your shoulder and like it might snap at the bag. The 3700's are the cheap ones that don't have the full row of dividers in the front and I've already cracked two of them. I've owned this bag for 2 years going on 3 and in the first year a couple zipper pulls broke and I contacted customer support as it was withing warrant. They told me to use a split ring, instead of mailing me the two thirty cent pieces of string with some rubber on them. The elastic band on the top went limp after my first year, now I have to tie a big loop to keep the extra one on top. If you're looking for a serious bag I'd check amazon for a Wild River Tackle Tek Rogue, you can find them at the same price point without the boxes in them. It's essentially a heavy duty tool bag geared for fishing, and it has a rain cover.
From: Unknown, 1/31/17
Comments: Awesome bag. Bought mine for an extremely good price. Tons of storage. you can get 6 boxes on the inside amd a 7th on top. i use the side pockets to hold line and the back net for some plastics. would be a great bag if you were fishing with someone else. holds plenty of gesr for a day
From: Ethan: USA 2/9/16
Comments: Just received this tackle bag, seems to be of good quality. It comes with 6 3700's and will fit 6 inside plus a 3600 size on the side of the 3700's. Plenty of storage for everything inside and out, this would be a perfect bag for a serious co-angler. The stationary area on top for another 3700 size box and the two side pockets for sunglasses/cell phone is a nice touch. Overall a great well thought out product and would buy again.
From: David: Jacksonville, FL 7/15/14
Comments: AWESOME TACKLE BAG! This thing has TONS of space... I have a lot of gear, but I think I will actually have to work to fill this one up entirely. Great design in that you can exchange the top box to whatever your frequently fishing at the time for quicker access. First impression of the bag is that it is made of such high quality and it was very well thought out. I can't wait to get it out on the water and try it out. TackleWarehouse was great and the $5 two-day shipping is a STEAL. Very pleased with my purchase and I will definitely be ordering from this site again. Tight Lines!
From: Hayden: OK 4/3/14
Comments: Good casting reel. I let my brother used it once and he said it has a pretty smooth cast. He uses a lot of Quantum bait caster.
From: Trey: KY