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#11401867 - 02/08/16 09:04 PM Tackle Webs.....(review)
armadillomojo Offline
Extreme Angler

Registered: 10/28/11
Posts: 2510
Loc: Cleburne,Tx
Anybody using Tackle Webs to stay organized? I'm surprised that I do not see them used more. Here is a quick review and my first impression....
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#11402059 - 02/08/16 11:15 PM Re: Tackle Webs.....(review) [Re: armadillomojo]
g.a.gonzales Offline
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Registered: 06/07/10
Posts: 232
Loc: Fort Worth, TX/Miami, FL
I've got them on both of my Diablos. Definitely help in all kinds of situations!
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#11402161 - 02/09/16 05:53 AM Re: Tackle Webs.....(review) [Re: armadillomojo]
Brad R Offline
Pro Angler

Registered: 03/09/15
Posts: 791
Loc: Texas
I have one mounted on the back of my Slayer Propel 10 seat and I love it. Inexpensive, as kayak accessories go, A Velcro seal at the top to secure objects put in it, really well made, accessible. It also appears to be one of those accessories that would fit a wide variety of seat backs.

I keep my tackle under my seat in two Plano 3600s using an under-seat storage option from Native. I haven't seen an under-seat option from Tackle Webs but if they make one in the future, I'd likely pick it over the Native product.

Inside the Tackle Web, I usually keep my sunglasses/glasses, sunscreen, maybe a small towel or a sponge . . . anything that I might use often but don't really want to turn around and scrounge in my milk crate for. I use the milk crate for my anchor assembly, lunch, water, other things I don't reach for as often.

One other thing: I used four of the bungee cords to attach the Tackle Web to each corner of the back of my seat. This may be specific to a Propel 10 seat, but I only needed 4. My kit came with 6 and they can be attached, too, to the back of my seat forming bungee loops to attach things to as tie down anchors.

Anyway, a really solid 10 rating. So often with kayak accessories, they are just okay but not great and always pricey. Carts come to mind . . . so many are cheaply made, yet expensive and designed with flaws.

Nice to find an accessory that leaves you feeling like you purchased a true value once in a blue moon.

Brad

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#11402549 - 02/09/16 08:59 AM Re: Tackle Webs.....(review) [Re: armadillomojo]
Matty Offline
Outdoorsman

Registered: 06/17/06
Posts: 164
Loc: Plano
A version of that came standard on my CoosaHD chair. I keep things in it that I take for every trip ... sunscreen, bass scent, scale, surgical pliers, etc. On my longer trips I also throw my jerky and trail mix back there so it stays up and out of any water.
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