Boone® Double Tuna Bag

   

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40" x 80"

The best insulated canvas fish bags on the market. Fish are placed in the inner heat-sealed liner with ice, and then the outer insulated shell zips around it to keep them cool and protected. Bags equipped with drains. Imported.
Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 insulated fish bag Using this bag primarily for cobia fishing. Got the smaller bag and it is sufficient in size to hold 3-4 fish in the 50-75 pound class. The bag is bigger than I expected and takes up the back of my 23 foot center console. Bag keeps ice pretty good and it saves space compared to a large cooler. Bag stores fairly easily as it is bendable. It definitely serves it's purpose but is not a perfect system. For small boats it is a nice alternative to large coolers. Have not put any stress on canvas handles on bag so I can't speak for their durability May 30, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by Lucky but Strange I ordered the 30" x 65" bag, and received the Boone Jack Workman Pro Series 30" x 65" bag, which is not canvas, and does have closed cell foam. Strange...definately not the bag pictured or described, and actualy a pleasant surprise b/c it seems nicer than the bag pictured and described. May 7, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fish Bag I just received the bag yesterday so I haven't had a chance to use it. However, I could say something about the quality of the bag which is excellent. The insulation appears to be adequate and the drain hole is a good idea. I would be very careful if I were lifting a heavy bag. The handles are attached as best as can be on the material the bag is made of which appears to be herculite. Herculite is a plastic fabric which includes fabric for strength. The handle won't break but the bag material or the adhesive holding the handles would tear. March 7, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by good product bag worked great although trying to move it with a 100lb Yellowfin the strap broke! Very cumbersome to travel via airline with. Other than the above this bag worked great! July 1, 2010
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