Heavy-duty water-resistant PVC tarpaulin offers an extra-thick removable shoulder strap. Other features include a water-resistant Deck-Tuff™ molded bottom; two EVA foam handles with neoprene knuckle guards; easy-to-grip zippers with rubber bumpers; D-rings for keys, sunglasses, pliers, etc.; two inside pockets; and rod tube straps. Color: Yellow/Black. Imported.
Rated 5 out of 5 by prescatore Boat Bag
I got the 12x12x24 size and the bag is heavy duty and very well built. I’ve used it to carry everything I need while in the boat and it’s kept everything dry even in rain. The snaps on the shoulder strap can pinch if you’re not careful, but otherwise it’s been excellent. I’d highly recommend it.
May 14, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 by bassguy12 not waterproof
I thought this bag was a waterproof bag, it is not. the bottom is where the water will come in. if you are looking for a storage bag that is not water proof, this bag is for you.
May 14, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by PAHellbilly Great Bag
This is an excellent bag. I bought one previously when the Harrisburg, PA store first opened and had them on sale. I loved it and wanted another, but the full price is a little stiff and held off. I recently had some rewards points I needed to use and got the bag for $12, which is a great deal. My second bag is every bit as good as the first except for one feature. This bag has a shoulder strap with an odd shaped shoulder pad. When you throw it over your shoulder the pad rolls out of position and flips over. The pad cannot be removed from the strap. The bag itself is great. I use it as a waterproof clothing/gear bag. It works great keeping your things dry while camping, on a boat, or in the back of the pickup.
May 13, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dufff Great item
This is the best bag I have ever had for my muskie clear tackle boxes along with all of my release tools. It is also very flexible in that it will keep my camera and extra jacket dry. I have the largest model.
May 11, 2010
Probably not cleanly, the plano 7080 is about 16" wide, these bags are 10", 12", and 14" wide. You could probably jam it in the large one at an off angle, since the inside is quite open, but it would be a sloppy fit.
For my boat gear bag I use the 18" bag. For 2 nite trips I take the 24" bag for my clothes, etc. Winter trips you need 30" bag for extra clothes. I also have a smaller boat bag I use for emergency, electronics. My boat has limited storage, so this combo works. All are Bass pro bags, they take a a beating, but hold up.
Just bought the middle size bag and it fits in my boats storage lockers just fine. The smallest size and the middle size should fit just fine, depending on the size of locker and how much gear you wanting to carry. The middle size that I bought has a great amount of room. Good Luck.
It will hold well over 7 or 8. I have 7 similar to the 370 just in the center on their sides. Then I have an enormous amount of space left on either side of the bag. I recommend making an interior frame to hold the bags shape and maximize storage. I made mine out of 1/4" pegboard.