View single post by Fin-S
 Posted: Tue Sep 18th, 2012 12:06 pm
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Joined: Mon Nov 26th, 2007
Location: Gordons Bay, Cape Town, South Africa
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Check in bag.
In most cases this needs to be a soft bag, particularly if you are on a charter flight. It should be on wheels, have strong handles, a strong shoulder strap and a waterproof section so that your wet gear does not soak everything else on the return flight. I use the large K-way bag from Cape Union Mart. A good tip here is to use the shoulder strap as a waist harness if you are desperate. Simply unclip from the bag, take onto the boat and clip into the reel lugs if you need help on a big fish.

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