Flambeau Tackle Station 3005St/5005St Tackle Bags

Priced: $42.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Flambeau Tackle Station 3005St/5005St Tackle Bags -
Store all your fishing gear in one place with these complete Tackle Stations. Both hold five Tuff 'Tainers and one spinnerbait box so you have plenty of storage for all different types of bait. The top zippered mesh pocket, which has a molded ruler on the 5005ST, opens up to store small or personal items. The large top storage compartment is perfect for keeping line, reels or essentials like rain gear. The front quick-access pockets open up to the Tuff 'Tainer boxes. Three side pockets on the 5005ST, four side pockets on the 3005ST.


  • Complete tackle stations for all your gear
  • Large top storage compartment
  • Holds five Tuff ’Tainers and one spinnerbait box
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Flambeau Tackle Station 3005St/5005St Tackle Bags Reviews:

Positive Reviews:


I have to give this tackle bag 5 stars because it's the best I've found for what I do. It does have a few small things I'd like to see changed, but I'll get to that later. First the positive; I walk/wade up to a mile or more in some places in a small river, so the fact that I can comfortable hang this on my shoulder is great. It doesn't hang below my hip waders so it stays dry. It holds plenty of baits. Even a nice special storage area for spinner baits. Nice pockets for stuff like tape measure, camera, tools, etc.. I don't have to take it off to get baits out, like I would a backpack. It's fairly light weight. It seems durable. Overall, I'm very happy with it.
The only complaint I have with it is that the zippers on the top two compartments are a little hard to open sometimes due to the bag being saggy. If they would have used velcro to fasten these top two compartments it would be much easier to get baits out and it wouldn't sacrifice it's ability to hold baits securely.
I looked for a long time to find something like this that fits what I do, so I'm perfectly willing to deal with these small inconveniences. If you're into wading small rivers and streams after smallmouth or trout you won't be disappointed with this tackle bag.
muskiesandsmallies at Cabelas on 10/11/2010

Good Bag Very Roomy

I bought this bag a week ago because i wanted something that would fit all my gear for fishing trips up north. This bag does just that! The best part about the bag is the VERY large pocket in the middle of the bag. The dimensions are something like 12' L 6" W and most importantly about 6-8 inches deep! This works great for storing those awkward items that sometimes dont fit or fit nicely in other bags such as fishing line, jars with bait, and smaller size boxes. The other nice thing about the bag is that though it is a large bag it is taller than it is long so it takes up less floor space in a boat than many bags with the same interior storage space. I gave it 4 stars because it could use a handle for easy lifting.
Crappiehunter11 at Cabelas on 05/03/2011


This is my first tackle bag, I can already tell it will fit me better than hard tackle boxes. The main 5 boxes have good clasps to close it, and the plastic separators are adequate. It also comes with a spinnerbait box. The reason I bought the 500 over any other tackle bags I could find in the store that day is because it has an open area to store odd shape/size items. It is the only bag I could find with such a space. it also has pouches and side pockets everywhere. As of now the only downfall could be potential zipper trouble down the road. I think as long as you don't pack it to where it strains the zippers I think it will be ok.
Jake45 at Cabelas on 07/21/2013

Negative Reviews:

Good storage but cheaply constructed

I purchased this bag about ten years ago . It has a good amount of storage. I use the top for bobbers/rigging accessories/etc., the middle for small boxes with favorite jigs/spinner baits/smaller crankbaits, and bottom for crakbaits and grub sets. Within a couple months of minimal use, the zippers that hold the side pouches to the bag broke. I then had some spools of line that I had in those pouches strapped on the outside top but within a year, the clasp that holds the cord broke. It is a good bag as long as you have extra bags for worms/line/etc...
BassWalleyeNorthern at Cabelas on 04/08/2013