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Found 11 results

  1. Gear-up plug bag (two tube model) : $130 shipped No Tubes included. Has metal/bucktail loops. You might ask, "What's with the velcro?" well i just added some fuzzy-side velcro tape to the hook-side on the flap because these bags are so hard to open with that much velcro engaging. Just pull it off and you're back to stock. I am including the split ring pliers and hook sharpener as they are permanently attached (or drill out the rivets, and you're back to stock) Split ring pliers have kydex moulded holster. Split ring pliers have been narrowed at the tip and perform sooo much better than stock. Did I mention this bag is bomb-proof? The velcro is in great shape just need to clean the seaweed out of the hook side if you feel the need. I've got hours modifying and building this bag, please no low ball offers.
  2. Greetings! I am in search of a high-end plug bag (Gear Up, Flatlander, ODM) to get my season moving in the right direction. My three slot Supreme is no longer cutting it (it served a valiant tour of duty). If anyone is willing to part ways, I am paying! tight lines
  3. Good morning SOL! Used only for wetsuiting and used sparingly. Prefer my larger bag. Brand spanking new tubes,pork rind holder, small plastics or accessories pouch included. Bag itself has built in leader wallet, awesome area for bucktails and plastics, two side pouches and an added on shoulder pad. Solid deal solid combo. Lightweight and surprising value for this price point. Excellent drainage. No tears or excessive wear anywhere other than grommet light oxidation. Hard to find. $175 picked up shipping will be additional. Only trade for a Penn staal plus cash on my end possibly but prefer cash/PayPal.
  4. I picked up a blazer plug bag at a garage sale. It's a little moldy but some soap and a good wash should clean it up. Seems pretty cheaply built. Is it worth it to clean it or should I toss it?
  5. New blue and black 3 tube , detachable front pouch , padded shoulder strap , bucktail slots , belt loops , belt clips . 275$ shipped , PayPal . Lower 48 .
  6. Van Staal single row plug bag $120 shipped
  7. Hi Everyone, I'm looking into buying a new plug bag. I was wondering if anyone had any ideas. There are so many different ones on the market and a whole range of different prices. Apart from slightly higher quality, why would I want to buy a plug bag in the 100$ range when I can get one in the 40$ range?
  8. Interested in purchasing a high quality plug bag that has 3 or 4 tubes. I have been looking at the Gear Up 4 (~$210), but wanted to see if I could scrounge up a used equivalent in that price range. Any and all inquiries are greatly appreciated. Tight lines from Maine!
  9. I'm looking to purchase my first plug bag. It doesn't have to be crazy fancy and some wear and tear on it is fine with me. I won't be wetsuiting, so it's not critical that I have a bag designed for that. I'm trying to keep overall costs down as I'm gearing up for my first season of plugging so ideally this purchase will be less than $50. Thanks, Branden
  10. 10 Tube (2 x 5 x 7 x 1 7/8" ID x 6 7/8" H , 2 side pockets, OK velcro closing/s, Gorilla taped interior, 6 jig/bucktail pockets - $50, you pay shipping & PP fees. Extra plug inserts (One - 1 x 5 x 7" H x ”1.75 ID & One 1 x 5 x 6" H x ”1.75 ID ) - $20, you pay shipping & PP fees. Both for $62 - Paypal + shipping TBD + PP fee. No Plugs included !!!!
  11. NEW never used I have 2 different tube configurations for the main compartment (pictured) Bag is Black with Grey stitching Bag has Stealth Logo and has Black Grommets Bag has Buddy Lok attachments installed on the sides so you can order whatever accessories you want for the bag from Jamie $300 you pay shipping and fees Thank you.