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    • Greystone, L

    4 Reviews


    The product of extensive field research—not that Simms minded doing it.

    Instead of juggling all kinds of gear like some kind of fishing clown, keep everything in one place in the Simms Dry Creek Boat Bag. Ultra-durable TPU-coated fabric is completely waterproof, and a compression-molded overhanging lid repels water when the bag isn't completely zippered shut. A magnetized Catch & Release buckle keeps the lid securely closed. In designing its Dry Creek line, Simms did years of research and extensive product testing, resulting in features like intuitively designed interior dividers and trays for gear organization. Hypalon strap attachment points on the sides of the bag allow you to integrate other small packs or pieces of gear.

    • Durable, wateroof, TPU-coated fabric
    • Welded construction
    • Hypalon strap side attachment points
    • Magnetized Catch & Release buckle
    • Compression-molded lid
    • Interior dividers and compression molded organization trays
    • Item #SMM003A

    Tech Specs

    [large] 17.5 x 10.5 x 11.5 in, [medium] 14 x 8 x 11 in
    1 main compartment
    Claimed Weight
    [large] 3 lbs, [medium] 2 lbs 8 oz
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    Better than all the rest...

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have used this boat bag over the last 3 years as a fly fishing guide and it has been incredible. From the back of the truck to floating on the river, this bag keeps everything organized and dry. The design is well thought out, and the overall quality of everything is second to none.

    I have had this on the boat in the rain, with water on the floor of the boat and all of my gear made it to the end of the day without getting soaked. I highly recommend this bag to everyone!

    Rock the Boat, Bag!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This bag is an essential for your floating endeavors. It is the perfect boat bag. It can sit in water, get stepped on, and the self locking latch is the coolest thing ever! The magnetic lock makes getting in and out of this bad larry a breeze. We all know how vital it is to be able to quickly access our fly boxes/accessories while also having a dependable closure system. I highly recommend this for anyone fishing out of a boat. The medium easily holds 10 standard boxes as well as gink, dust, tippet, chapstick, anything you don't want floating around the boat or laying out to be caught by flyline. Fly fishing people, buy this, you will be stoked!

    Daddy's got a brand new (boat) bag!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    In a SxS comparison with the Orvis boat bag, the SIMMS won. I have the large Simms boat bag. Both hold nearly the same amount (even tho Orvis is wider/longer, the Simms is taller). While the dividers attach via velcro making for easy very customizable sections, they are not as sturdy as Orvis' slot and drop dividers. I preferred more customizable over sturdy. Also the Simms dividers (2) each had a pocket (1 expandable and 1 zippered) for the little things vs small zippered pockets in the lid like the Orvis. I like the one big zippered pocket on the lid, perfect for holding long needle nose pliers and small bolt cutters (I use this bag for river floats for musky, carp, smallies and large mouth). Nothing beats being able to just pick this thing up (sturdy handle on lid--Orvis doesn't have one). What is KEY is the magnetic knob that just LOCKS into place making it easy to close it and pick it up without having to zipper it. That's where the Orvis really lost out. I'd been using waterproof sling packs and backpacks and a couple of Filson totes to get all my gear on the raft. Now it's just this boat bag, fly box and go! I DID have one issue with the strap connection points. I attached a zinger to it and the heat + the constant pulling did cause the adhered strap ring to come loose. Just some crazy glue and BAM it was good as new. Now I attach the zinger to the lid handle and all is well. Highly recommend this boat bag. Don't do a lot of trout float trips here in Virginia, but I'm sure this would do fine. Don't get me wrong I love Orvis rods (2 H2s in the photo), but this boat bag was just the one.

    Daddy's got a brand new (boat) bag!