Berkley Jar Bait Folder
|Price:||$10.39 - $85.00|
- Stores up to 16 standard jar baits
- Dimensions: 14" x 9"
- Fits most large tackle bags
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The Berkley Bait Folder is designed with the Trout angler in mind. Ideal for PowerBait dough bait, Gulp and Gulp. Alive jar baits. The Jar Bait Folder is an anglers solutions for getting tackle to the water. The shoulder strap provides a hands free method of transporting bait, tools and terminal tackle. The Jar Bait Folder also stows away into other Berkley model tackle bags.
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I purchased this Jar Holder back in September of 2016 to hold my multitude of jars of Power Bait instead of having them rattling around my chest pack and pockets and anywhere they'd fit. It seems we always need to carry every color conceivable known to man for that one instance where the weird color that never works finally does. You know what I'm talking about trout fisherman. Anyway, I used this holder all through fall and early winter and throughout spring. I'm sorry to admit that it just didn't hold up to moderate wear and tear. I mounted this on the front of Cabela's fishing chest pack for easy handling to get jars in and out. I removed the shoulder straps and attached it to the the plastic loops on the pack with carabiners. This set up was really useful for about 5 months. A small tear developed in the outer pocket of the jar holder. I duct taped it. Over the last 4 weeks this split has continued to grow to the point of not being able to be used anymore.
The other issue, which is obvious, is the elastic retainers for the jars themselves eventually stretch so much that the jars themselves can nearly fall out if you're not careful.
I did like all the plastic compartments to be able to store overflow gear. I was actually pretty impressed that I didn't have a single zipper malfunction through all the times I used this. Also, the plastic clips that hold the shoulder strap never malfunctioned. I thought that the base idea of this organizer were great but the overall build quality of was sub par. I don't like the idea of disposable gear honestly. But that's exactly what this became for me. This now sits in my truck as an overflow power bait jar holder.
The bag is well designed and constructed. We actually have 14 jars of bait in it as well as several bags of artificial bait and the bag closes and zips with no issues.