Tackle Bags: a Must Have for Anglers

Remember the old days when you went fishing, rod in one hand and a plastic 3-tray tackle box in the other? No cares in the world, and the fish were always biting; of course finding a lure in that old tackle box was always a challenge. None of the lures ever stayed where they were suppose to and plastic lures would melt into the shelves. Now you are older and wiser. You make your own lures for the shear enjoyment, it saves you money, and some lures only you can build to your own specific specifications. But where are you going to put them? Using your old 3-tray tackle box is out of the question. The solution is one of the three tackle bags by Do-It Molds.

Do-It Molds tackle bags come in three different sizes and built out of heavy duty canvas to with stand the toughest abuse Mother Nature can dish-out. The Cedar and the Shell Rock feature a rubberized non-skid bottom for increased protection of valuable fishing tackle. They are perfect for storing that newly finished hand crafted lure in. The Cedar Do-It Molds tackle bag is the smallest of all the bags and comes with one 7” x 10.75 x 2” hard plastic tackle organizer. The front pocket has a bait-binder with ten heavy-duty PVC compartments. Once loaded with gear, the Cedar tackle bag has a paddle handle for carrying and is great for when you do not need to take a lot of tackle with you.

The Wapsi Do-It Molds tackle bag holds plenty of gear but is still compact enough for easy storage. Each Wapsi tackle bag comes with six 7” x 10.75” x 2” hard plastic tackle organizers. A number of pockets are located in easy to reach places o the outside of the bag. The bottom of the Wapsi has a rubberized non-skid bottom and a paddled shoulder strap making it carrying a snap. The Shell Rock Do-It tackle bag was built for the angler who likes to bring almost every lure they have ever hand crafted with them fishing. Each Shell Rock Do-It tackle bag has four 8.5” x 14” x 2” hard plastic tackle organizers, a bait-binder with ten heavy-duty PVC compartments, and one removable padded reel case. The Shell Rock tackle bag has several accessory pockets located on the outside of the bag for easy access, a rubberized non-skid bottom, and a wide paddle shoulder strap for carrying.

Brad Wiegmann is an outdoor writer/photographer and professional guide on Beaver and Swepco lakes in Arkansas. Learn more about Brad and seemore of his work at www.bradwiegmann.com

Do-it Corporation is a 50-year-old company that is recognized as a world leader in the tackle craft industry. Do-it has built this reputation by manufacturing the highest quality jig molds, lure molds and sinker molds available.