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Greys Prodigy Tackle Base Rucksack

RRP £79.99 | You Save £12.00 (15%)
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This well designed rucksack offers you the ultimate tackle storage and transportation solution. All your essential gear is catered for, which can be perfectly organised for fast access. There... read full description »

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  • This well designed rucksack offers you the ultimate tackle storage and transportation solution.
  • All your essential gear is catered for, which can be perfectly organised for fast access. There’s a big central compartment, a decent sized insulated bait compartment and a shallow tackle section. There are also graduated small, medium and large pockets on both sides, along with a jumbo front pocket. The latter is designed to take the flagship Prodigy Klip-Lok ® Tackle Base Box, along with Small and Medium Klip-Lok®  Base Boxes - in its 11 quick access internal soft mesh pouches.
  • This cleverly designed rucksack opens out to present tackle perfectly on the bank, also boasting reinforced base and ground contact points, a padded back support, waistband, adjustable shoulder straps, a carry handle and anchoring points for Prodigy Unhooking Mats.   


  • Weight - 1400g
  • Width: 7.08in
  • Height: 4.72in
  • Depth: 5.51in


(3 Votes)
Coarse Fishing Magazine - 19/01/2012 - 23:09
There is a huge choice of new gear and accessories in the new Greys Prodigy range, which has been well received by the angling public. I reviewed the Klip-Lok Tackle Base back in April of this year and gave it a big thumbs up. In fact I\'m still using it now for my barbel sessions, as it holds everything I need to set up my rigs. That brings me nicely to the Prodigy Tackle Base Rucksack. From its name you will have gathered that it ties in somewhere with the Tackle Base and you would be right, as the front pocket of the rucksack has been designed to hold one. But, that\'s just part of what this luggage offers. Starting at the top, there is a shallow pocket, which is ideal for short banksticks, buzz bars and alarms mine fit perfectly. Below that, there is a medium-capacity, built-in cool bag to ensure your bait is kept fresh throughout the session. On each side of the luggage there are three pockets. You could describe them as small, medium and large, which I have used to carry reels, and larger accessories like my bag of leads and feeders. That takes me on to the main compartment. It\'s big, but not such a silly size that if you packed it full, you couldn\'t lift the bag. I used this to carry a fleece, waterproof top and a towel, plus two smaller tackle boxes with my carp and float fishing bits onboard. That sounds like a lot of gear and it is. But, it enables me to transport everything I need in one piece of luggage when I spend a few days down in the south of England. For that alone, the rucksack gets a 10 out of 10! On the subject of transportation, the luggage comes with a well-padded back, as well as padded shoulder straps and a thickly padded waist strap. So, carting it any distance doesn\'t put a strain on the upper body. I\'m the first to admit that I rarely carry a load of gear to a venue, as I prefer to travel light, especially when fishing rivers. However, I\'ve taken it on a few carp adventures while the rivers were closed, where I managed to fit in everything I needed, including food and drink, for a stress-free session. I\'ve yet to find out how the rucksack performs in the wet, and with the way the British weather is behaving this year I\'m not sure when I will. If you are looking for a good-quality rucksack that\'s well built and offers plenty of space for your gear, large or small, then the Prodigy Tackle Base Rucksack is well worth a good look.
David Smith - 22/02/2011 - 15:35
This was bought as a present for my brother but having seen it I want one myself. It seems to fill a niche in the luggage market, being between a day-sack and a full blown session bag. In this sense it seems perfectly suited to the angler who does the odd overnighter but likes to stay mobile. On a first viewing, in common with most Greys products the build quality and materials are very good. There are ample padded pockets that open up well for easy access to contents and the chilled compartment on the top is perfect for keeping food items or bait chilled. Zips appear to be good quality and the back support and harness looks as though some thought has gone into its design. All in all a great product. A few months of use will determine if it would get all five stars!

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