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Native Watercraft "Fishing Buddy Bag"

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Brand:
Native Watercraft
Model:
Fishing Buddy Bag
MSRP ($):
179.00
The ultimate kayak fisherman's all in one bag the "Fishing Buddy Bag" by Native Watercraft keeps all your gear organized and within easy reach while on the water. The Fishing Buddy Bag has heat sealed interior edges that prevent leaks, closed-cell polyethylene foam insulation, sturdy carry handles, and build in rod holders. Kayak anglers have found their total gear organization system in the Fishing Buddy Bag.

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Native Watercraft Fishing Buddy Bag

The Native Watercraft Fishing Buddy Bag is a great bag for Native kayak owners if you prefer to keep all your stuff from one manufacturer. The bag itself is well built, looks good and has tons of storage and 6 rod holders. The bag is insulated so that you can use it as a cooler bag if you so choose. It holds all my gear for a fishing trip.

The price is a bit hard to swallow for what basically is a glorified crate. I love mine, but if I ever have to replace it, I will have to strongly consider a different crate/bag option.

If you can handle the $179.00 dollar price tag, the Fishing Buddy Bag will definitely do what it is intended to do and do it with style.

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Small Ponds
  • Salwater Flats
  • Saltwater Bays
Used:
16-30 times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Great bag, 6 rod holders, made by Native, holds a lot of stuff
Cons:
Price
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