Introducing the Midwater Pellet Tote Bag. A robust little gem of a bag we feel is perfect for hard pellets but is versatile and can be used for all manner of fishing gear. Now available in a padded version for items like polarised sunglasses and mobile phones etc. anglers find many uses for this great bit of kit.
Match Anglers note: The small tote will hold 3 pints of pellets.
Two standard popular sizes but as usual you can request your own. Reviewed by Paul Cresswell on Youtube along with our Pole Roller Bags, click the link to watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GihsUhBlV6w
Whether a Match Angler or self-confessed Tackle Tart, Pleasure Angler or Carper, the Midwater Tote Bag will be a hit with any angler that uses pellets or has small items to store. These water-proof bags are sturdy and made to the highest standards in England. Flying the Union as always.
We have designed these Midwater Tote Bags to sit upright (on a side tray for instance) with instant access to the pellets and a large enough opening for the biggest of hands. Many pellet bags are just zip topped flat carriers of pellets and although we were probably the first to make such bags, we have re-invented and re-designed this product to meet the needs of the modern angler.
These are tough little bags, sewn with bonded threads and industrial fittings. Double-stitched seams and thumb loops so you can prise apart the industrial hook and loop closure slightly easier. No danger of pellets falling out and no chance of a busted zip.
The Midwater Tote Bags once opened as you can see are stiff and remain wide open so you can get at the pellets really easily but the bag will not tip over.
Pictures submitted from Anglers show a variety of colours. The Black/Blue Tote Bag picture demonstrates the size difference between small and large quite well.
The small Midwater Tote Bag when empty is the size of an A4 sheet of paper. 30cm x 16cm. The Tote Bag opens along the widest side and is designed to stand. The larger Tote Bag is 36cm x 20cm
Some pictures courtesy of customers Mark Anderson, Kel Stu, and Dan Webb (with thanks).