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They are insluated like a soft sided cooler ...

I would say they are good for a day if you pack the fish well...
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JEG said:
Has any one used this bag? And how long will it hold ice? Im thinking about getting one for use with my kayak.
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THat is going to be one long paddle to get a king fish bite!!!
 

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Hey Jeg, I'm a firm backer on fishbags. They fold up when not needed, are great for babes to lay on, & can hold a lot of fish & ice, for a great saltwater brine. I also prefer to take the fish, from gaff straight into the bag, to alleviate a lot of blood spatters, & dangling hooks. They're easy to clean, but it's good to lube up the zipper w/vaseline, to keep it from freezing up. In your situation w/ a kayak & it might be a different story.
 

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[/QUOTE] THat is going to be one long paddle to get a king fish bite!!!
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I need it for all species. Plus Kings are not that far from the surf or jetties. :)
 

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You need to check the ice as the day goes on because so far none that I have seen will hold ice all day in our heat. Maybe half a day if you are lucky. Most all tournament fishermen use them but we carry lots of ice to keep feeding them.
 
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