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Topic: Fish stow bag  (Read 384 times)

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Looking for recommendations looking for a good sized bag resonable quality and price preferably water tight

Suggestions please
glade you made it
now let's get our fish on

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You talking for the kayak or the ride home.  I often just hang the fish in the water and put in a mesh bag which keeps it cold and the predators away.  Some use wet burlap sacks and others fancy fish bags which take up a lot of room and may need to be siliconed if you want water tight because some are made to leak out melting ice. 


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For the kayak I have ice chests for the ride home
Trying to put fish in the kayak without slimming up everything
And getting a lot of stench

Fresh water yeah hang them over the side but not in salt
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Fresh water yeah hang them over the side but not in salt
I have an outback with no inside storage for fish so they have to hang over or get tossed inside while moving.  Even in the salt.  The water keeps the fish cool at least in NorCal. I add the mesh bag so seals don't mess with it. 
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Sea Angler brand Inshore Kill Bag. (Not waterproof)

I've had mine for years and I like it a lot.


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Fresh water yeah hang them over the side but not in salt
I have an outback with no inside storage for fish so they have to hang over or get tossed inside while moving.  Even in the salt.  The water keeps the fish cool at least in NorCal. I add the mesh bag so seals don't mess with it.
Mesh bag... Kinda like a chum bag? Yikes.


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Sea Angler brand Inshore Kill Bag. (Not waterproof)

I've had mine for years and I like it a lot.


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I have been looking at some of these for a while now.
What size do you have or recommend?

Edit-Just read on another thread what size you have.
I am thinking of getting one of these.
I like how easy it would seem to clean.
Have you had any punctures or rips?
« Last Edit: August 30, 2017, 08:40:41 AM by KillBait »


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I use a burlap sack while fishing and a KatchKoller ( https://www.amazon.com/Silver-Horde-Katchkooler-II-Bag/dp/B00C500BLQ) for the ride home. It keeps melted ice from leaking out, so I guess it's waterproof. I like it a lot and it isn't very expensive at all. It doesn't fit in the hull of my kayak though.


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Mesh bag... Kinda like a chum bag? Yikes.

You would think but have only attracted predators when they are just hanging on a clip.  For some reason nothing has messed with it when it's in the bag so it works and the fish stays cool and doesn't dry out. 
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Looking for recommendations looking for a good sized bag resonable quality and price preferably water tight

Suggestions please


Check it out under new products.
http://www.makospearguns.com
There fish bag.  $22   33" long x 19 3/4" wide
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Zero punctures. Zero rips. It handles rockfish spines like a champ.

It's the "Inshore" size. Something like 20x36" or so. Fits most things I catch, but sometimes a salmon or halibut tail sticks out on a good day. :)


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