Guide Gear Boat Bag

Protect your fishing and boating gear from weather, spray and more with the Guide Gear Boat Bag. This Boat Bag has a spot for tackle, clothes, electronics, and more. Keep it packed for a quick vacation “bug-out” and never worry about leaving anything at home again.

Guide Gear constructed the Boat Bag of rugged water-resistant PVC 250-denier tarpaulin to handle the roughest conditions Mother Nature can dish out on the water or anywhere else. It holds 3,313 cubic inches of gear safely and securely in an easy-to-haul system. Underneath, it’s rugged, too, thanks to its waterproof molded bottom. Reinforced grab handles on each end of the bag plus an adjustable shoulder strap allow easy carrying. The 2-inch nylon shoulder and carry straps will hold up for years.

Ever been in that frustrating situation where you don’t have the perfect angle on a zipper? Well, the big, beefy zippers here allow for smooth pulling when opening or closing.

The Guide Gear Boat Bag measures 23-3/4 inches by 11-2/3 inches by 12 inches and weighs in at a rough-and-tumble 3 pounds, 7 ounces.

Built to Sportsman’s Guide’s exact specifications, this Boat Bag will perform in any watercraft on any body of water, or any other outdoor situation for that matter. A great product at a great price: Keep your gear safe in all weather conditions with the Guide Gear Boat Bag.

For more information, contact:
Sportsman’s Guide
411 Farwell Ave.
South St. Paul, MN 55075
800-882-2962

Purchase Guide Gear Boat Bag At Sportsman's Guide

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