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Wednesday, 25 September 2019 08:58

Keep Your Gear Dry With Gill's Dry Bags

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Keeping your gear dry while kayak fishing is essential, especially when going on overnight fishing trips. 
To help anglers with this, Gill Fishing offers a wide variety of high-performance storage options. These are available in different sizes, so you can pick exactly what you need. Even better, their dry storage is made from a 100% waterproof, puncture-resistant, PVC-Free tarpaulin with stitch-free welded construction. It doesn't get much more durable than that when it comes to keeping your gear dry and protected no matter the weather conditions.
The largest of Gill's dry bags is 50 liter in size, which is ideal for taking along items such as a large sleeping bag and pillow. For extra clothing and footwear, their 25-liter wet & dry bag should be adequate. Then there is the 10-liter model that is designed for smaller items, such as electronics. Finally, the ultra-convenient 5-liter model is the smallest in Gill's range and can be used for anything from your phone and wallet to keys, GoPro cameras or a dry change of clothes. Due to its compact size, the 5-liter bag is also the most kayak friendly option. 
GILL Dry Bag Features and Construction
Puncture resistant waterproof fabric with stitch-free welded construction
100% PVC-tarpaulin fabric composition
Roll-down closure for a watertight seal with side release fastening
Flat base improves stability, meaning the bag can be stacked in tight, upright spaces
Semi-transparent, mesh-reinforced window to see what's inside
Detachable padded shoulder strap (50-liter bag only)
Attractive Tango color pattern with GILL logo
For more information as well as prices, check out the Gill dry bag range on their official website  (www.gillfishing.com.). 
Last modified on Wednesday, 25 September 2019 13:05
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