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Field & Stream Tackle Pack - Dick's Sporting Goods

Field & Stream Tackle Pack

Item Number: 29883836
Price: $79.99
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The Field & Stream™ Tackle Pack has plenty of storage space to hold all your tackle, gear and accessories while hiking to your favorite fishing spot. This tackle pack has a large back storage area for an oversized tackle box, 2 utility holders, 2 large front cargo pockets and 4 interior pockets. A net holder, a rod keeper, water bottle pockets and secure and adjustable shoulder straps make this tackle pack great for all anglers.


  • Tackle pack with incredible amount of storage space for all belongings
  • Large back storage for oversized tackle box
  • 2 utility holders
  • 2 large front cargo pockets and 4 interior pockets
  • 2 chest tray pockets
  • 2 gear attachment tabs
  • 2 water bottle pockets
  • Net holder
  • Rod keeper
  • Secure and adjustable shoulder straps
  • Raised rubber transfer of logo on left chest pocket and back pocket area
  • Fabric: 100% nylon
  • Style: MHA00178
  • Field & Stream

Country Of Origin: Vietnam

Customer Reviews

Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Not so useful I needed a new vest, thought I'd try this one, now I regret my purchase. The first day, I lost two spools of tippet since the elastic is not strong enough to keep them in the pouch. Also, even though unloaded, the upper pockets are so bulky that they get in the way so movement and make things cumbersome (like holding your rod on the inside of your elbow while tending to a line or releasing a fish). The vest should not be used in warm weather- as in anything over 70 deg. It is really like wearing a jacket and things get overheated. June 17, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by simplicity As a fisherman who looks for hidden gems. Makes it alot easier to carry all my tools than a tackle box. June 10, 2014
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