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Old 07-15-2017, 07:53 PM
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I'm in need of a fish bag for my kayak to put kings Spanish or anything worth eating in. I have a ascend fs12t what would be a good option for a bag to go on the front of the yak?
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Old 07-16-2017, 08:58 PM
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I just use an insulated bag that you would use grocery shopping. They are less than $10 and work just fine. Put in a bag of ice or a few freeze packs and your set. Plenty of space for medium sized fish under 30".
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Old 07-17-2017, 04:36 AM
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look at Polar Bear Coolers. I bought one of their backpack coolers and use that on the front of my kayak and it works great. I have also stood it up behind my seat and use it that way. I have the 24 pack soft cooler too, have used it on the beach and in the kayak too. Great product and they are locally made too. www.polarbearcoolers.com
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look at Polar Bear Coolers. I bought one of their backpack coolers and use that on the front of my kayak and it works great. I have also stood it up behind my seat and use it that way. I have the 24 pack soft cooler too, have used it on the beach and in the kayak too. Great product and they are locally made too. www.polarbearcoolers.com
I've got a Polar Bear back pack as well, sort of hesitant about putting fish in it though. Are you using a liner bag, or just throwing them straight in? Are you doing anything special to keep it from getting "fishy"?
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drop them straight in. haven't had any problems yet, and I cleaned it out with a bleach cleaner and no fish smell. Use both of them all the time
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Ive only heard good things about the Magellan bag from Academy Sports - apparently same quality as some of the more expensive bags for half the price
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Well I went to academy and got one of their fish bags going to see how good it works
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Well I went to academy and got one of their fish bags going to see how good it works
How much was it?
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49 dollars. It has the top opening that is good cause i can put it in the hull and put fush in thru the top
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49 dollars. It has the top opening that is good cause i can put it in the hull and put fush in thru the top
So it fits down inside the hatch of the FS12T? If so that is great. Thanks for posting this question and to FishHawk for a good solution.
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I tried a fish basket once. It was terrible. It made paddling much harder.
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