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Sunday, September 14, 2014

Sage DXL Typhoon Waterproof Boat Bag

There is a lot of gear out there and boat bags are one of them. If you're fishing in a boat it's a good idea to have one bag that you can take along with you in the boat that has what you need for a day on the water. SAGE has just come out with a new water proof boat bag called the DXL Typhoon Boat Bag.

This new bag has a lot of features, making it the "most feature intense waterproof boat bag ever made".

Some of it's features are;

  • Large main compartment with waterproof zipper contains four modular dividers that you can set up any way you like.
  • It has a built-in front flap features a fast/simple one-handed secure closure system... you can leave the main compartment unzipped in the boat, and secure the flap to keep the lid closed and the rain or splash water out. This flap rolls up and secures to the top of the bag via built-in magnets when not in use .
  • A built-in waterproof CLEAR pocket on the inside on the main compartment lid protects your cell phone, wallet & items you to keep your eye on.
  • Full-length zippered pocket in the top side of the lid for maps, leaders etc.
  • Large storage pocket with additional mesh storage on the outside, all zippered.
  • Large zippered mesh pocket along the front is perfect for tippet dispensing.
  • The left side has a roll down pocket that contains a tool tray (holds split-shot, beads, pliers, etc.) and fly patch... both can be removed and placed on the top of the bag while fishing via Velcro fasteners, replaced to pocket when done.
  • Fully adjustable shoulder-strap easily cinches down to be used as a carry handle, or can be secured up tight to the back of the bag (out of the way) when it's in use in the boat. 21" x 12" x 13" (1953 cu. in.)

Here's a Video I found at that shows the DXL Typhoon bag's features. It's a good one. The password is sage

Sage boat bag from Rollcast Productions on Vimeo.

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