Swarm 28 Modular Tackle Bag

Sale price Price $329.00 Regular price $370.00

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BUZBE continues to revolutionize tackle storage with the introduction of the New Swarm Tackle Bag. The BUZBE Swarm is the ultimate waterproof tackle bag. Featuring a truly waterproof and airtight zipper, the Swarm is fully submergible, keeping water out, and everything inside dry and protected. Available in two different sizes. Available both with and without boxes.

Water-Proof & Airtight

- Reinforced Puncture-Resistant Fabric

- Over-Engineered

- Includes four (4) Colony 28 Modular Tackle Boxes

- Also available Empty with no Boxes included HERE

Dimensions: 15" x 9.9" x 9.7"

Compatible with Colony 28, Quik Qube - Medium, Large, and Fast Flatz - Medium, Large, Half-Large

Patent Pending


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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Isaac S. (Anacoco, Louisiana)
Best tackle box ever

I've spent and lost a lot of money on tackle using cheaper tackle boxes. Now I know when I go for one of my lures it will be in the same shape it was when I put in in the tackle box. Can't recommend enough.

Aaron C. (Harlingen, Texas)
A one time life purchase

I live in a huge fishing community in South Texas. We typically fish arroyo city and south padre island. I’ve wanted something that would put up with rough conditions on the water, accidental drops, and something to stay organized and clean. Literally looked for over a year. Saw really nice gear, but this one (Buzbe swarm 28 modular tackle bag) is hands down the most impressive in visual appearance and performance!

Matt K. (Orangevale, California)
Almost great.

Overall construction seems really good. Fit of cases in bag is good, not too tight so it makes it easy to pull them in and out. Zipper seems really high quality. Material seems like it will last a long time. However I think the bottom should have a little padding in it. If it was dropped I can imagine some of the modular cases could potentially break.