|Right here ^|
It snugs up nicely beside a cooler bag in between the cross bars of an Outcast PAC 1300,
beneath a soft dry-fly cast on the Yellowstone River.
Sage's Technical Boat Bag is handsome, durable and accommodating. It holds a full inventory of gear:
- rain jacket
- map book
- five or six fly boxes, and a couple more fly-shop cups
- a couple bottles of floatant
- a couple tins of split shot
- a few indicators
- a Garmin unit
- a good-sized first-aid kit
- lip balm
- long-sleeved shirt
- water filter
- a few granola bars
- some plastic bags for dog poop or whatever
- small MILC camera and extra lens
- spare AA batteries
- Raft repair kit
- Forceps with tippet caddy and nippers can attach to any of a number of exterior tabs
- Miscellany like salmon-steelhead poly leaders, old leaders for streamer fishing, mini camping-storage bags, etc.
All fits with aplomb and there's still room for a water bottle.
|Perfect for a WaterMaster, too.|
I owned an old brand-name boat bag that had some serious waterproof zipper issues - this bag seems to have passed that test. The zippers aren't terribly hard to pull and they haven't given out yet, save for one zipper pull that popped off almost immediately.
Get'cha self one.