360 Tuna Fishers Forum banner

1 - 20 of 28 Posts

·
SPONSOR
Joined
·
11,834 Posts
Discussion Starter · #1 ·
MrBill was right. The HPA popper storage bag is great. As I promised, I am going to sell HPA popper storage bags as well as other HPA bags.
The Bags made in France is definitely one of the finest quality bags I can find. It looks nice as well as durable. The bags should be good for trolling lures as well as popping lures.

The retail price of the popper bag in Europe is 79 Euro dolloar which is about $110US. The retail price of the bag is not determined as there are still uncertain cost, but I hope I can sell below $110US.

There are many HPA products like jig bag, tackle bags or general purpose bags and all are waterproof. I am going to check most of HPA products soon.











 
G

·
i agree, this is a very nice bag. Dan brought one with him to ICAST and I was quite impressed. The other HPA products were really nice as well. they have some day bags/dry bags and this small box that looked like a lunch box.

we put one OTI popper in each slot, rolled it up and it was still pretty small, surprisingly. it can usually fit around 2 poppers per slot depending on the size.
 

·
Senior Member
Joined
·
2,753 Posts
Yep, they are nice bags. I do own it and the storage is surprisingly of large capacity.

What a great price as well, you guys really need to see it to appreciate it.
 

·
Senior Member
Joined
·
2,835 Posts
MrBill was right. The HPA popper storage bag is great.

When I first saw the two French anglers with the HPA popper bag in Panama, I asked to look inspect it. I liked it. After watching them toss it around in the boat and unroll it about fifteen times a day, I was more impressed. Then I found out they had used it on dozens of airline flights and still no issues with torn stitching. I've taken mine on about eight trips now. Looks and behaves as if it was still new.

The bag holds more than one would think. I have 59 lures in two bags. That's even with owner hook covers on each lure.:eek: One time about a month ago, I had just left town for a fishing trip and my wife called me on the cell.
"Honey, you left a bedroll near the door". I turned around and picked it up.:)
I now own two bags and have a third on the way.:)

If I started putting trolling lures in the bags, I'd need to become a distributer.:eek:
 

Attachments

·
Member
Joined
·
74 Posts
I'm going to be watching for the price on these. Looks like I need one. Right now I have all of my "dreaming of big tuna lures" in two 3700 plano boxes, but they suck when you have to carry them.
 

·
SPONSOR
Joined
·
11,834 Posts
Discussion Starter · #7 ·
Kilsong,

When do you think you will have these in stock? I would like two of them.
. It doesn't take too long to get them. We are selecting other items to order at the same time. It seems they have pretty good interesting items.



 

·
Member
Joined
·
157 Posts
ksong said:
. It doesn't take too long to get them. We are selecting other items to order at the same time. It seems they have pretty good interesting items.

Hey Kil You're gonna need to move to a way bigger office to fit all the new merchandise :D
 

·
SPONSOR
Joined
·
11,834 Posts
Discussion Starter · #10 ·
fishyandy said:
ksong said:
. It doesn't take too long to get them. We are selecting other items to order at the same time. It seems they have pretty good interesting items.

Hey Kil You're gonna need to move to a way bigger office to fit all the new merchandise :D
That will be a happy situation. :)
When I signed 5 year contract for the lease this spring, I thought 700 sq ft is big enough for a store just for jigging and popping stuff, but I start to concern already as I have only half products of what I want to carry. :eek:
 

·
Senior Member
Joined
·
2,753 Posts
Yea and hanging jigs off the ceiling wouldn't pass well with the management either right?

Haha, that extra room would increase the storeroom by 300+ feet!

You can allwayas store stuff at my place :)
 

·
SPONSOR
Joined
·
11,834 Posts
Discussion Starter · #14 ·
where do you all get the bonnets for your hooks? I have only seen them big enough for parge freshwater sized hooks. Thanks.
I'll get them soon.
 
1 - 20 of 28 Posts
Top