Lunch for the family, a cell phone, a fishing license and a GPS - you have plenty to bring aboard. Once everything is prepared for your next day on the water, pack up some dry sacks that are sized just right for your cargo. It doesn't matter if you're going for a solo fishing trip or hauling the whole crew - there are deck bags to accommodate some yummy snacks and drinks, as well as bulkier electronic items and towels.
All your important gear will be in dry sacks, so it only makes sense for you to choose sturdy, durable waterproof containers. Strong fabrics like nylon and polyester stand up to long days on the water, while water-resistant deck bags with waterproof coatings resist splashes or an accidental dive in.
Once you're underway on the water, securely closing dry bags help you enjoy the ride and give you some peace of mind. Dry sacks with roll-down tops enable you to clip the edges for an extra layer of security, while drawstrings and buckles keep your contents safe and sound. If you're expecting some choppy waters up ahead, D-rings enable you to tie your deck bags down, so you can bring along all your essentials, even in less-than-perfect boating weather.