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Lets see those FLATLANDER BAGS

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1 min ago, Mojua said:

The eel pouch is surprisingly spacious. I use it as an overflow pocket for anything that doesn’t readily fit in the tubes or on my body. Can definitely hold a bunch of soft plastics. I fish 12” sluggos sometimes, and while the pouch isn’t 12” wide, it fits a few of them no problem. I also keep my extra leader wallet in there a lot. My headlamp before it gets dark and after the sun comes up. All kinds of stuff. It’s just a big, sturdy bonus pouch. Since it’s wide open nothing gets snagged in it either, and it’s easy to access in the dark. 

Oh that's awesome! That's exactly what I was looking for too. Thank you so much for the insight.

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On 9/8/2021 at 5:53 PM, Jeddore said:

My back bay bag one of 2 flat landers that I know of in Canada.

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was this a custom Back Bay or one without the front pouch?

 

 

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On 10/31/2021 at 10:13 PM, flyangler said:

this seems familiar discussion, just older....

lol....yes it does fly............just seems that now the Back Bay has been floating around in my head.......... :shrug::why:

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First part of a set came today. Blitz Bag, and zippered pouch, and plier sheath. Jamie’s stuff is top notch, and worth every penny. Back Bay with front pouch will be ready in Spring.

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On 11/25/2021 at 8:32 PM, typicalsurfcaster said:

Oh that's awesome! That's exactly what I was looking for too. Thank you so much for the insight.

Mine holds rubber   super glue, spare crap, and 3 plugs 

And other crap.

 The side pouch holds a vanstall spare spool in a case perfectly and thats in his round tube,then shorter plugs are stuffed in.

 That eel pouch holds a ton of stuff

4 megashads rigged 2 packages of bass assasin   spare rigged savage sand eels

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4 hours ago, bassmaster said:

Mine holds rubber   super glue, spare crap, and 3 plugs 

And other crap.

 The side pouch holds a vanstall spare spool in a case perfectly and thats in his round tube,then shorter plugs are stuffed in.

 That eel pouch holds a ton of stuff

4 megashads rigged 2 packages of bass assasin   spare rigged savage sand eels

That's cool, I ended up going with the bucktail loops instead of the eel pouch. Il keep bucktails from 1.5-3 ounces 2 of each , 4 diamond jigs 2 a17s and 2 a27s and some spare jig heads. In the bag Il keep rigged soft plastics and some smaller plugs that only have 1 hook. I got the buddy lock plano box to hold spare soft plastics. I cant wait to get the bag in!

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Love my flatlanders, I just got another so I can have day & night bags. Both the exact same 3 tube with removable pouch. 

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On 1/16/2022 at 8:01 PM, typicalsurfcaster said:

Good afternoon,

 

Do any of you guys have an 8 tube bag. I'm considering adding one on to my order. Just curious to see what some of the bags look like out there.

A 8 tube bag is way to big to carry around IMO. I had a Hunter 8 tube and it was like a piece of luggage. A nice 3-4 tube is perfect IMO. 

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53 mins ago, Tailslap said:

A 8 tube bag is way to big to carry around IMO. I had a Hunter 8 tube and it was like a piece of luggage. A nice 3-4 tube is perfect IMO. 

It is definitely big and heavy but when some of the lures that you are carrying take up a whole tube and you want to fish for multiple tides or throughout the whole night and into the morning you wont have enough space. That is why I am considering it.

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gotta say, much as i love me a cool surf bag, I have trouble justifying $3-$400 for a 3-tube bag (with a long wait period) when i could get a gear up 3-tube for half the price made with the same high quality materials shipped to my door in 3 days.  Jamie's stuff is absolutely brilliant, just speaking for myself and whats within reason for  me

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