Dry Bag Packing Tips for Maximum Carry Capabilities

Dry Bag

The last thing you want when out for the day in your kayak or canoe is a dunk in the lake or river ruining your gear. Use a dry bag instead and make sure that whatever you want to carry along stays in great shape. Although not fancy and without many bells and whistles, a dry bag is completely waterproof and will float so you never have to worry about ruining items or having them washed away.

How to Pack a Dry Bag for Easy Access

No matter what size dry bag you use on your kayaking or canoe trip, you want to pack it intelligently so you can access the importance of without lying all your gear out on the bank.

Put the stuff that you may not need in first. This includes a dry change of clothes or that extra layer just in case the weather changes or you get wetter than expected. If you do not carry it on you in some secure fashion, put your wallet and identification in next. It will stay safer in the dry bag that is tucked in the middle where it cannot fall out if you remove gear.

The dry bag can hold all the tools and accessories needed for long boat trips or camping by the water next. You will not need to access these until you reach your destination. The very top of your bag should hold things that you may need right away. These can include snacks and an extra water bottle, a multitool, and duct tape for quick repairs.

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