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Watershed "Ocoee" Dry Bags

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Watershed Ocoe Dry Bag

Make & Model

Brand:
Watershed
Model:
Ocoee
MSRP ($):
105.00
The smallest of Watershed's popular duffel-style submersible bags. The "Ocoee" fits in tight places such as below the deck of a kayak or under a boat seat. Great for kayak anglers with limited space it easily will hold a few pieces of extra clothing and lunch, a first aid kit. Accessorize with a Watershed padded liner, divider set and shoulder strap to make a great waterproof camera bag.

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Watershed Bags

I have used Watershed bags for the past 2 seasons, both the Ocoee size and the Largo tote. They have protected my DSLR camera gear in storms, rapids and paddle drips all over the southeast. easy, fast access means my gear stays protected till I need it but I can get it out fast during a fight. My only beef is the liner system should be included and really leaves a lot to be desired. I opted to use micro fiber towels instead of a liner on the newer bag.

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
  • Salwater Flats
  • Saltwater Bays
Used:
30+ times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
submersible, easy access
Cons:
the padded liner should be included
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