Reviews

NRS Chinook Life Jacket 620 350 BassGrab

NRS Chinook Life Jacket

NRS has just released a new version of their already wildly popular Chinook vest for fishermen. When I say new what I mean is they released new colors because the vest is the exact same as it was before. This isn’t a bad thing however, since it’s hard to improve on something that is already great.

TRAC Portable Aerator 620 350 BassGrab

TRAC Portable Aerator

Portable aerators are exactly what you need to keep bait alive. They provide water-flow and oxygen into your bait tank and help everything stay lively to attract more fish. Most portable aerators on the market are actually bubblers which provide oxygen in the water but don’t actually create flow. The cool thing about the Trac aerator is that it can provide flow or spray water across the surface.

CreekKooler Portable Kayak Cooler 620 350 BassGrab

CreekKooler Portable Kayak Cooler

Often times I get to review products that are all competing against each other and the only differentiation is a new feature, color, or technology. That’s why it is awesome when a product like the CreekKooler comes along and it’s so different from what you would normally see that it’s just a blast to test out. I’ve seen floating coolers before but they have all been inflatable and not nearly this durable.

Plano Zipperless Z-Series Tackle Backpack 568 350 BassGrab

Plano Zipperless Z-Series Tackle Backpack

I never wanted to use a backpack for saltwater fishing because they aren’t usually waterproof and salt water quickly deteriorates the zippers if you don’t wash it down immediately. Plano has come up with a quick access zipperless tackle backpack that is great for gear storage and keeps you visible when wading through the backwater.

Railblaza C-TUG Ultimate Kayak Cart 620 350 BassGrab
C-Tug Kayak Cart

Railblaza C-TUG Ultimate Kayak Cart

Railblaza makes one of the higher end kayak carts available and their design for the CTUG is definitely different than the normal metal tube frame with rubber tires found on most carts. The neon green pads and slick black frame really makes it stand out and it just looks like a solid cart all around. I had the chance to run this cart down some rocks, steps, and slopes with a 13′ kayak – see how it handles.