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    Dry boat bag or box for important items??

    Hey Guy's,

    Just curious as to what type of dry bag or box everyone is using to keep important papers (registration etc.) and cell phones dry, while on the boat.

    I have an 18.5 Maverick MA, it's a dry boat and I haven't had any problems with my stuff getting wet... yet and I'm just using a gallon ziplock but I feel like I should upgrade to something that will last more long term.

    Let me know what you guy's use!

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    Pelican cases for registration, PLB, I pilot control ( spare batteries) and first aid kit. And a dry bag for phone, rain gear, wallet, .380 etc.
    You should have been here yesterday

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    Take all our paperwork (registration, etc) and seal them into a food saver bag. Them put up hem into you dry box. If f you have acc SS to a big one, you can seal up a spare t shirt or towel. It's nice to have a dry shirt on board occasionally.

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    Tupperware and a dry bag.

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    I use the plano knock off of the pelican box for registration, truck keys, wallet cell phone. Registration is also in a ziplock bag.

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    Thanks Guys, Seems like the Pelican/Plano box may be a good option.

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