Going Fishing? Travel anywhere with the new Shimano fishing luggage

now you can pack the rods!

When it comes to fishing gear, Shimano has to be one of the biggest names in the game with pretty much everything you need for a good day on the river, the open water or wherever you choose to throw in a line – so what if that somewhere is a fair way away, just how do you pack the rod and reel?  Enter the new Shimano fishing luggage range and we’ve got your first look.


This really is everything you need.  Soft Tackle Bags, Banar Bag, foldable Jig Case gear bag and even Rod Tubes.  As well as lifestyle luggage including some good looking backpacks.

Shimano Back Pack & 4 Tackle Boxes 2

They are all made as you would expect from Shimano, with heavy duty strapping, reinforced handles and water-resistant and durable zips.


And, for the fisherman keeping in touch, there’s even smart phone pouches and laptop sleeves.

Rod Case Details_1

Full Range & RRP’s

  • Gear Bag                                 $42.90
  • Egi Case                                  $17.55
  • Jig Case                                  $33.80
  • Lure Wallet                              $32.50
  • Tackle Wallet                           $32.50
  • Tackle Bag Medium                 $78.00
  • Tackle Bag Large                    $89.70
  • Back Pack 25L                        $58.50
  • Back Pack & Tackle Box         $91.00
  • Banar Bag Medium                  $48.10
  • Banar Bag Large                     $54.60
  • 1.22m Rod Tube                      $39.00
  • 1.90m Rod Tube                      $58.50
  • 2.20m Rod Tube                      $65.00

Perhaps its time to book a flight to the NT for your crack at that million dollar fish?

To view the full range of Shimano’s new luggage range, visit their accessory page here.


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2 Comments on this post.
  • John Aitken
    26 October 2015 at 5:58 pm
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    Noice. !!!

  • Markus
    27 October 2015 at 11:09 am
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    Great looking gear.

    I’m sure there’s some provision for this to be used by ‘Fishing Tourists’. I am surprised that tourism and this sport isn’t more prevalent in Australia…

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