I requested this item in exchange for providing an honest review.I have another tackle bag that I've been using a few years. It's compact, which is nice, but as a result it can be a bit tight at times, even with a minimal load-out. I like to have the printed regs with me when I'm fishing, too, and the bag I currently use doesn't have space to fit them without folding them (not fun with the 96 pages of 8.5x11 newsprint for my region). When I saw this bag with lots of zippered pockets and its larger dimensions, I thought it would be good to try out.Enter this bag. Right off the bat, it's huge. My smaller bag fits easily on the inside, so there's clearly a lot more space in this bag. It is solidly built and I have no concerns whatsoever about it wearing out. The flip side is that it is pretty heavy, about as heavy as my other bag with all of its contents. Still, I love it!This bag has:- a spacious main compartment with dual zippers- solid pouches on the front and left side with dual zippers (they fit all of the tools in my old bag)- zippered pouches on the top and back with mesh (I put gloves in the top)- a zippered pouch inside the top flap with vinyl (the perfect place for my license)- a spot on the left side to hold pliers/cutters- a pouch on the right side with drawstring closure to hold a large water bottle or a bunch of bait jars (I put two bait jars there but could have fits several more- an elastic loop to hold a knife or other item on the right front- a couple d-rings for mounting on the front and right front, and- further pockets for organization on the front pouch.To top it off, it has:- handles with a padded piece to hold them together- a well-padded shoulder strap with velcro loop near one end, and- the molded and waterproof bottom that keep's the bag's shape.The clips on the end of the shoulder strap are plastic but with metal gates, not all plastic like cheaper ones. The camo pattern is a nice but subtle mix of black and gray. The logo and name are on the shoulder strap and underneath the mesh on the lid. I actually like them; the name isn't some random word or collection of letters that'll stick out in the field. The zippers move well and all have cord and plastic pulls for ease of use.The one and only improvement I can think of is to put elastic shock cord on the side pouch. That said, it doesn't need it and actually cinches down pretty well since the cord runs through four webbing loops rather than a continuous loop that would resist being closed.Honestly, I am blown away by all of the features in this bag. Though this bag is a bit heavy and offers a lot more space then I really need, I really appreciate the thought that went into its design. Whether I am carrying a little or a lot with me, the organization makes this bag a valuable fishing partner. Two thumbs up!