Greys Prodigy Tackle Base Fishing Backpack Reviewed

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Greys Prodigy Tackle Base Fishing Backpack in the TestIntroductionThe Greys Prodigy Tackle Base Fishing Backpack is certainly one of the larger specimens. This applies to both the height and the width. It is surprising that it weighs only 1.4 kg empty. In this test report you will find out how well the backpack performed in the test and how practical it is for use on the water.product detailsDimensions: 60 x 45 x 35 cmWeight: 1.4 kg (empty weight: bag)Very large space availableScope of delivery: BackpackStructure & workmanshipThe Greys Prodigy Tackle Base Backpack offers one thing above all: lots of space! With a volume of about 60 litres, a lot of tackles and equipment fit into the 10 pockets and compartments of the backpack. Thanks to the straight underside, it always stands upright, so that all compartments are easily accessible. The plastic coating on the underside protects it from water, while the top side has a flat compartment that holds the most important items of equipment. The cooler bag is located just below. This is well insulated and can be used to keep bait, the catch of the day or just a few snacks cold. A small mesh pocket inside the cooler compartment can be used to store other small items, and there are 6 more pockets on both the right and left side of the cooler to store equipment. In the lower pockets also smaller bait boxes fit in without problems. On the front side there is also a pocket. The largest storage space is in the main compartment, which is accessible through a zipper underneath the cooling compartment. Here, several tackle boxes, but also a small tent, a sleeping bag or similar things can find room. Handling & practicalityBesides the huge space offer of the Greys Prodigy Tackle Base, the backpack especially impresses by its carrying comfort. This is mainly due to the very well padded back and shoulder straps. The back part has a slight gap in the middle so that the heat does not accumulate as much on warm days and the wearer sweats less. The centre of gravity can be better adjusted with additional straps at shoulder height so that there is no imbalance even with a heavy load. The rucksack also has a chest strap and a padded hip strap. The Greys Prodigy Tackle Base fishing backpack is certainly not for a short trip to the water, it is simply too big for that. It is especially designed for the kind of fishing that requires heavier tackle. If you want to stay overnight on the water and need to carry the appropriate equipment, then the backpack is also a good choice: at a price of just under 70 euros you get a well made backpack that has plenty of storage space for tackles. Despite this large volume, it is still quite light and very comfortable to carry, the only drawback is the lack of a rod holder, which means that you always have to carry it in your hand. All in all, you get a very good backpack that is definitely worth its money. From us therefore a clear purchase recommendation for the Greys Prodigy Tackle Base fishing backpack.

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