There is absolutely no reason at all why we shouldn’t have our alarms, indicators and rod supports ready to go at a moment’s notice once we are lakeside! Especially as there are so many luggage options to make good use of, in fact there can actually be too much choice but ND has a number of buzzer bar bags that may well be right up your street! There are three different sized bags from the Trench lin.
In hand you are greeted with a number of loops not only on the front but also on the back of each buzzer bar bag. These exceptionally strong loops are ideal for storing a number of banksticks and will hold them firmly and securely during transport. Featured on the top of the face of the Trench Buzzer Bar Bags is a clear pouch that has a number of uses, the intended one being to store the receiver to complement the alarms inside the bag, although you can also store other items such as leads or small items for safe keeping until you reach the lake or intend moving swims and on to the fish!
Inside the bag you will find plenty of heavy padding to protect any alarm stored inside. Buzzers are secured by Velcro straps with a divider placed in between the butt rests and buzzers, which is of course padded too. However, there is also a zipped section where indicators can be kept. As these bags are designed to be used on the barrow or even clipped on to a rucksack.
The ND buzz bar bag is a far more barebones bag but still provides plenty of protection for your cherished buzzers. Much like the Trench the Tactical also features a clear plastic pouch on the front of the bag to house a receiver, small tackle items or indicators. The buzzer bar bag can be accessed from the main central zipper and there is once again an internal divider to separate buzzers from rear buzz bars.