Adding some small amount of flotation to the bag as well will help keep it higher in the water and on the off chance it does come unhitched it will stay afloat better. I made 9 drag bags, one for every boat on our grand trip back in 2016 and folks who failed to use a locker or other secure method of attachment lost their drag bags pretty quickly. Even though they were relatively full they went down like a submarine. None that came loose were ever found.Doing my “mise en plàce”…
Toying with 2 different material options. I’m weighing material cost, workability, and drainage characteristics.
Planning to try one of these behind my snout next year. The owner personally assured me I couldn’t tear it up, even behind a motor rig.We offer a stainless steel mesh drag bag. We wont claim to be cheap, but it can double as a critter proof sack as well. It has 2" velcro along the top.
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Use the Canyon Drag Bag to cool your beverages in the closest river, pack out your trash, carry loose items up to camp, and hang food up above the critters - it's a truly multi purpose tool!
Featuring rugged critter proof stainless steel mesh for maximum durability.
Its generous size, 18" W x 23" H, will pack a large load of about 24 cans. The heavy Velcro seal will keep the contents where they belong
Snap a carabiner or cam strap to the grommet or loop strap to attach it to your boat. Use the strap or carabiner to carry or hang the bag.
100% Made in the USA,, well Flagstaff Arizona to be exact.