Spiderwire Wolf Tackle Bag – Item of the Day

Every day I bring you an item on Amazon that I personally use or has been purchased by many members of the audience and I have researched enough to recommend.

Today’s TSP Amazon Item of the day is the Spirderwire Wolf Tackle Bag.  This review includes the long promised video of my behind the truck seat go anywhere fishing kit.

The key about this bag is capacity and function.  There is just a ton of storage in it, again as you can see from the video below.  One of the great features in the line minders on both sides of the bag, this allows you to spool line onto your reel with zero twist and with just a bit of practice no spool over as well.

With this bag I am able to carry three full sized telescopic rods, a cast net, a minnow trap, various prepared baits, an aerator, tools, a full tackle assortment and more.

The quality of this bag is also amazing, all the stitching is super high quality and it is made of very tough 1680 denier material.  While quite large it is still small enough to fit in a truck tool box or say behind a truck seat.  The carry strap is nicely padded and well made making hiking into a spot really easy.  And by using the telescopic rods you are only carrying the bag with no rods to thread in between trees, bushes and snagging briars. 

So check out the Spirderwire Wolf Tackle Bag I think you will find it to be the best currently available tackle bag on the market.

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P.S. –  The best way to really show you what this bag has to offer so check out the video below.

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2 Responses to Spiderwire Wolf Tackle Bag – Item of the Day

  1. The bag I have that’s a binder for all my soft plastic baits is falling apart – do you have a suggestion for a binder insert that would work well with this bag?
    I’m talking about a substantial number of packages of worms, lizards, etc.

    • Modern Survival

      Sorry man not being a bass guy that really isn’t something I get into a lot. I fish with mostly bait or slabs, a few jigs and that is about it.