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Old 11-27-2012, 11:16 AM
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So I have had some time to customize my bag(deluxe) now and I built an internal frame out of PVC pipe. And then my bag has a whole back compartment that has more than enough room for a camelback bladder that holds 3L/100oz. which is 3 nalgenes.



What are the dimensions of your internal frame?
I really like the looks of this bag better that the green one.
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Old 11-27-2012, 11:49 AM
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I bought a blue Bass Proshop bag a while bag (I saw it on clearance) and have been waiting a while before reviewing. All in all, for the price I paid, it is more than worth it. For my $23, I have gotten more use and enjoyment out of it than my old $30 Fade Tourney bag and my GB Silverback.

I have yet to put a frame inside , and even though I am planning to, it hardly needs it. It holds the discs very nicely and has PLENTY of room for many things. I love this thing for tournament play. The frame will help it stand up on its own though I imagine. That is probably the biggest drawback IMO. I recommend this for the money pincher, tinkerer, hipster, or just someone that wants a good bad for a fraction of the cost.
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Old 11-27-2012, 02:21 PM
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I bought a blue Bass Proshop bag a while bag (I saw it on clearance) and have been waiting a while before reviewing. All in all, for the price I paid, it is more than worth it. For my $23, I have gotten more use and enjoyment out of it than my old $30 Fade Tourney bag and my GB Silverback.

I have yet to put a frame inside , and even though I am planning to, it hardly needs it. It holds the discs very nicely and has PLENTY of room for many things. I love this thing for tournament play. The frame will help it stand up on its own though I imagine. That is probably the biggest drawback IMO. I recommend this for the money pincher, tinkerer, hipster, or just someone that wants a good bad for a fraction of the cost.
Can you post a link to the bag that you got from bass pro shop?
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Old 11-27-2012, 04:23 PM
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Can you post a link to the bag that you got from bass pro shop?
Here is a link to the current thread......
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Old 11-29-2012, 12:26 AM
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I made a little video of how I put the bag together ....

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Old 11-29-2012, 12:37 AM
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^ good video. Pretty much shows all the bag's features and how to get it done.
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Old 11-29-2012, 12:16 PM
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Great Video. My bag should be here tomorrow!
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Old 11-29-2012, 12:49 PM
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I just used mine for the first round last night. Disc storage worked really well and I built a PVC frame last night. The only thing I wish it had were a few more storage pockets for smaller things (wallet, cellphone, keys, etc). I don't want to put valuables in the large upper section since I'm afraid they'll fall out when I grab a towel from there.

One thing for sure it is much more comfortable to wear than my Discarrier bag. Glad I found this thread or I would have ended up spending $200 on a Grip bag
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Old 11-29-2012, 06:32 PM
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The only thing I wish it had were a few more storage pockets for smaller things (wallet, cellphone, keys, etc). I don't want to put valuables in the large upper section since I'm afraid they'll fall out when I grab a towel from there.
I thought so too at first, but I found a good spot for pretty much everything I need.

Looking at the front of the bag, check out the left side of the bag carefully:
- zippered compartment = safe storage for wallet and cell phone
- unzippered pocket (just outside the zippered pocket) = mini
- pouch holds a 1 Liter bottle (no mod necessary)
- pocket just above all that stuff for score card & pencils. You have to fold card a few times (typically into fourths), but I use it for that all the time.

Moving to the other side:
- rod holder = tri-pod stool or umbrella.
- you can use the cell phone holder next to the velcro rod holder loops for something else... not sure how much I trust that though.
- if you don't use the sunglass holder for sunglasses, you could put keys or something else safely zippered away in there.

All the above is quite convenient to get to during a round.

... and we haven't even touched the large upper compartment with any of this.

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Old 11-29-2012, 11:58 PM
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Bogey... nice right up.. My bag will be here tomorrow and I will be building a frame. I was wondering about the rest of storage too. Again great info.
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