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Ocean Hunter Heavy Duty Catch Bag

$80.00

Our biggest, toughest, and baddest catch bag. We know that divers around Australia take their crayfish, abalone, and scallop diving seriously! So, we developed a catch bag in conjunction with Australia’s most addicted crayfish and abalone divers to ensure your catch gets home securely and safely EVERY time.

Description

Our biggest, toughest, and baddest catch bag. We know that divers around Australia take their crayfish, abalone, and scallop diving seriously! So, we developed a catch bag in conjunction with Australia’s most addicted crayfish and abalone divers to ensure your catch gets home securely and safely EVERY time.

HEAVY-DUTY stainless-steel frame and spring mechanism ensure long-lasting performance and a secure top-opening when getting those oversize southern Rock Lobster in the bag. Once in, they are staying in until you get back to the shore or boat.

This bag is XOS size, so no matter where you are, you’ll fit the biggest crayfish or abalone bag limit with no problems.

Using a composite bonded HS mesh base with an oversize zipper opening ensures your catch stays safe while reducing drag, and the BIG bottom zipper makes life easy when emptying the bag on the beach.

A fail-safe HD PVC upper protects against the abrasion of rocks, coral, and lobster spines that can destroy your average catch bag in a matter of weeks.

Excellent for all your catches and for running ocean clean-ups on your local reefs with the secure closure and heavy-duty materials, this bag handles A LOT of ocean rubbish, dive after dive.

If you wanted the biggest toughest bag on the market, then you’ve found it.

KEY FEATURES

  • Built strong to carry large amounts of catch
  • Extremely durable construction
  • Can be folded and clipped to shorten the bag
  • The zippered section allows for easy removal of Crays and Shellfish
  • Marine Grade Stainless construction
  • Molded handle grips for improved comfort