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Old 06-01-2014   #1
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Large Waterproof Bag

Hey Buzzards,
Im looking for a large waterproof bag. The seal line 65L bag isn't big enough but I still need a bag that opens from the top. Any Ideas?

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Old 06-01-2014   #2
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Old 06-01-2014   #3
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The bigger the bag the heavier it is going to be once you stuff it full. I personally use medium and small bags , for different types of stuff that way if i only want a bag with my sleeping gear that is all i take off the raft or say i want to keep my rain gear separate in a designated bag its easy to get out etc. etc. hippity ho!
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Old 06-01-2014   #4
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Jacks plastic makes a guitar bag that is bomber.

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Old 06-01-2014   #5
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I like watershed bags. No leaks even in prolonged flips on the Grand.
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Old 06-02-2014   #6
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I like this one

I bought one of these and it worked great for me last week on the JD. It doesn't open really big for sleeping bags, but it works well for clothes and shoes.
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Old 06-02-2014   #7
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Originally Posted by rivers2run View Post
I like watershed bags. No leaks even in prolonged flips on the Grand.
+1 on Watershed bags. Once I left the top loaders behind, I never looked back. I've got 5 of them in various sizes.
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Watershed is the shit, but Bill's Bag is a good option too. The 3.8 is 109 liters.

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Old 06-02-2014   #9
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I just finished up packing my [B]SealLine 115L Boundary Bag[B] and am amazed as to how well it works and how well it has held up. It's now old enough to vote as I bought it in '95 or '96. Never leaked or given any sort of problem. At about $100 the price is right as well.

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