Pelagic fish bag cooler

The only bag that does not

This is a new cooler bag that I bought a year or so ago with plans to start doing some Yellowfin and other Pelagic fishing. I still have not been and this bag has never been used, just sitting around collecting dust. They are about $200-$225 new. I will let it go for $150. I found the manufacturer's description on the internet and posted it below.

INSULATED TUNA BAG

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THESE BAGS ARE THE MOST DURABLE AND INSULATED ON THE MARKET TODAY. THEY COME WITH A ZIP OUT LINER AND 5/8" CLOSED CELL FOAM INSULATION. THEY ARE "UNIQUE" IN THAT YOU CAN REMOVE THE INNER LINER AND INSULATION ALLOWING YOU TO COMPLETELY CLEAN THE BAG BEFORE STOWING. "NO MORE SMELLY FISH BAGS". INNER AND OUTER SHELL IS MADE OF A FIBER REINFORCED PVC. SIZE IS APPROX. 30" x 80".

GREAT FOR TUNA, MAHI, WAHOO, ETC. THE 5/8 CLOSED CELL FOAM INSULATION WILL KEEP ICE FAR LONGER THAN OUR COMPETITORS THAT ONLY USE 1/4 TO 3/8 FOAM. ALL ZIPPERS ARE "HEAVY DUTY" MARINE GRADE AND HOLD DOWN STRAPS ON ALL FOUR CORNERS.


The extended Kalman filter approach to VPA (C.M. 1983 / D:17. Statistics Committee; ref. Demersal, Pelagic and Baltic Fish Committees)
Book (International Council for the Exploration of the Sea)

Fish Stocks/ Windpower/ Wave Generators

2006-11-14 00:23:43 by jaybug39

I have read that ocean fish stocks will be gone in a few years. And I have been thinking since I heard that Massachusetts refused to build wind turbines in Long Island Sound as they were unattractive, why not build some in the pacific where we could create national sea life refuges?
This would help out coastal communities in several regards. Some people would come see the turbines, much like some people visit lighthouses. The energy produced would ease any difficulties coastal communities may face from their currently existing long distance power transmissions. And they would get the benefit of knowing that fish will be around in the future


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Book (International Council for the Exploration of the Sea, Demersal Fish (Northern) Committee)

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