The "Tall" small belt bag was designed due to over-whelming demand by our customers. Its success so far has shown it was truly needed. This bag will carry all those lures that are too big for the standard small belt bag. They work perfectly as a tandem though when you might need a mix of larger and smaller lures to attract your quarry. This bag fits perfectly on the handles of a classic Cape Cod Canal Bike, a Kayak crate system or railing bars on small boats!
Key Features - Three 8 1/4 inch long by 2 inch wide tubes. - A single, large cargo pocket on the side to store your extras or a sports bottle size water container. - 6 bucktails or tins in its generous front pocket which can also can take packs of rubber baits. - Stainless steel grommets on the bottom and the pockets for quick drainage. - Our revolutionary Velcro hook and loop system that allows removal or adjustment of the bag without ever unbuckling your belt. - High impact, quick-release buckle and a second Velcro hook & loop system on the flap for security. - "D" rings on either side to attach a shoulder strap if desired.
Pros: Nothing Cons: Material, buckle, strength.... Overall worthless Recommended: No
Worst bag I have ever purchased
For our annual trip to block island I picked up two of these bags for my father and myself to use on our wetsuit belts. Prior to these bags we would use either the aquaskinz medium or large bag but wanted something to put on our belts. Overall this is the worst $55 dollars I have ever spent! We got to the island on Monday and by Wednesday morning both bags we complete unusable. After the first night my bag was ripped in both corners and had a 2in hole in the side. My fathers bag's buckle fell off within the first hour also had a hole in the side. The material that they used on the inside is absolutely worthless! Every hook that comes in contact with it gets stuck and rips the material. To prevent my buckle from falling off I had to use duct tape on the strap. The flap on the bag is too short and if you have anything in the front pocket, you won't be able to catch any of the Velcro. By Wednesday morning my fathers bag was complete ripped on one side and the tubes were falling out. My bag was ripped 3/4 of the way down and there was now a hole in the top of the flap. After less than 72hrs they were completely destroyed! If you plan on using this for wetsuiting, PLEASE do yourself a favor and DO NOT BUY THIS BAG. The quality of this product is garbage and not made for what we do. If I could I would give this a rating negative 5stars.
By Brandon G. From Island Heights,NJ
Pros: Holds those larger plugs Cons: None Recommended: Yes
Great Bag For The Price
With just the Small Aquaskinz Plug bag I know I wouldn't have been able to hold some of my bigger Pencil Popper Plugs that I use but the Small/Tall Aquaskinz Plug Bag was perfect and holds just what I need. I have 3 plugs in the tubes, 2 packages of soft plastics in the front pocket (white grub gotcha twister tails and Tsunami 6 inch Bunker pattern shads). It holds up to 6 bucktails or tins and has a place for either a bottle of Pork Rinds or a water bottle. It is an overall great bag! Oh btw, the shipping and service was very prompt and courteous. Not to mention that I also compared prices on 5 different sites and the prices couldn't match edgeangaling.com. Thank you edgeangling!!! I will be ordering from you guys again!
By lukefunk From bronx
Pros: compact, not too expensive Cons: lil velcro on the flap Recommended: Yes
Propably the best and only bag in that price range for the wetsuiter.It's the perfect montauk bag where you can store enough plugs, bucktails and rigged eel. The side pocket it's beautiful for the pork rind or water. The velcro is not enough in my opinion so always rely on the clip lock.
By nitsuj From Wareham, MA
Pros: size, weight Recommended: Yes
i cant wait to get to use this for this coming season, putting it on my wading belt and throwing some stuff in it, it seems perfect for wading in rough surf
By Joe2143 From LBI
Pros: Just the right size for long walks Cons: none Recommended: Yes
I use this bag when I fish in a wetsuit. It's compact, large enough for my larger plugs, and lightweight.
By beaver From MA
Pros: Size and versatility Cons: flap liner is prone to ripping Recommended: Yes
Skinz Small, Tall Bag
I bought this bag from the SWE at the RISAA show a few years back. I chose it due to its size and versatility. The bag serves equally well on my belt or with optional shoulder strap and holds a number of plugs, bucktails, plastics, and tin. When I'm fishing a beach or jetty for albies or bonito I take the inserts out and replace with a small box of tins and topwaters. The water bottle or pork rind holder is a nice feature. Only downfall is that the inside flap is prone to getting hooks stuck in it. I've fixed this by duct taping the area susceptible to the hooks. Overall its a good little plug bag for the dough.
By west From pacifica
Pros: size is great , drink or jar holder is nice to have Cons: inside flap liner is easily ripped Recommended: No
Aquaskinz Small "Tall" Plug Bag
Great bag but I've had to replace mine because the material they use to line the inside flap can easlily be hooked by exposed trevel hooks, then it is impossible to take out with cutting or ripping liner.