These are some of the best fishing backpacks you can buy.
Looking for a new tackle bag storage solution for travel and off-the-beaten path fishing adventures? We've done the research for you and have found some of the best fishing tackle bags you can buy.
It doesn't matter what types of fishing you are into, there should be something on this list that will fit your needs.
Spiderwire Fishing Tackle Backpack $67.99
This high-quality Spiderwire fishing bag is a great option for bank fishermen who are always on the move looking for the next hotspot. It has plenty of storage space for the three medium utility boxes that come included standard.
The bag also has plenty mesh pockets and exterior pockets for items like keys, soft plastics, cameras or other odds and ends you might need. It has loops to carry two fishing rods.
Shimano Blackmoon Fishing Backpack $100-$160
This Shimano bag is advertised as being ideal for anglers who like to walk to their fishing spots. Depending on your needs and budget, this pack comes in medium and compact models that offer a variety of different storage options. It also comes with Plano utility boxes and holders for two rods.
This pack also offers a protective rain cover that will help keep your fishing gear dry because as we all know, not every fishing trip has perfect weather conditions.
Piscifun Fishing Tackle Backpack $96
This multi-tackle Piscifun backpack is one of the highest rated and selling packs on Amazon right now. Most of the reviews praise this one for its heavy-duty, quality construction and plentiful storage areas. This one is for the angler who wants a lot of options to customize with their bag.
The main compartment is adjustable to fit heavy loads. It is water resistant and features a fishing tool holder and plenty of front and side pockets. Rubber base pads help protect the bottom of the bag.
Just be aware this one does not have rod holders. You'll have to carry those yourself. This pack also has more color options than probably any other bag on this list.
Blisswill Outdoor Tackle Bag $36
Maybe you like to travel light and want a bag on a budget. The Blisswill bag may be for you.
It's a shoulder bag made of durable 1000 denier fabric that should be able to take a beating. This one doesn't come with any plastic utility tackle boxes inside, but that leaves you with some options to customize it to your liking.
This bag features a loop for one fishing rod and a pocket for water bottles or other drinks. This would make a great fly fishing backpack for the adventurer who doesn't need a ton of gear.
Plano E-Series 3600 Tackle Backpack $66
If you're a fan of Plano's plastic boxes, this pack is a good mid-priced option for someone who doesn't wants a lot of tackle storage, but also doesn't want to break the bank. The lower part of the main compartment holds three 3600 stoaway boxes, which are included. The pack also has plenty of front pockets and mesh internal pockets for fishing line, plastics, hooks and whatever other little odds and ends are floating around your current tackle box.
This one does get knocked a little in the reviews for not being as sturdy or durable as some other options, so be aware of that before you buy.
Wild River by CLC WT3604 Tackle Trek Nomad $170
If you have a lot of fishing gear, this Wild River multi-tackle large backpack may be the solution you are looking for. This one has a tray storage area that fits four 3600 tackle trays in the lower compartment. You can also fit a few more in the top compartment for all your lures and hooks. It has four side pockets, a sunglasses holder, and a removable plier holder.
One unique feature this pack is a led light system and work surface area. That should be useful for tying those complicated catfish rigs in the dark. Because this is such a large bag, it has padded shoulder straps and a sternum strap to help you balance the load. Which is a good thing if you're going to be going off the beaten path to fish.
Calissa Offshore Tackle X-Large 'Recon Rolling Fishing Backpack $150
This saltwater bag from Calissa may look funny on first glance. But this bag has gotten some rave reviews from the fishermen who have tried it. It's a very simple design. It's blocky to hold plastic storage containers with simple side pockets that are designed to make it quick and easy to find your gear. It is saltwater corrosion resistant and has two adjustable shoulder straps to carry it on your back.
But probably the most unique feature of this bag is the wheels and handle so you can easily roll this thing to the end of your local pier. If you're an angler with back issues, this might be a great solution for you to easily transport a lot of gear.