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    Mavic Fish Hunter Fishing Bags

    Sold my Waverunner 6 weeks after purchasing these bags, they were used 4 times and only held dry clothing in one ice and drinks in the other and tackle in the top bag, 225 for everything, including a steering bag not shown in pic and lure protector, all together there is two insulated saddlebags, a seat bag, steering bag and lure protector. All straps included, these are great for fishing or extra storage on long trips.


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    How do these saddlebags stay attached to the watercraft?

    Do they just sit in the foot wells or are they somehow securely attached to the seat base, or something?

    I looked at the Maverick Fish Hunter web site and it is not clear to me how the gear is attached to the ski.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    How do these saddlebags stay attached to the watercraft?

    Do they just sit in the foot wells or are they somehow securely attached to the seat base, or something?

    I looked at the Maverick Fish Hunter web site and it is not clear to me how the gear is attached to the ski.
    They come with snap-in straps that are adjustable, once on they will not move, very secure in the ocean and high speed. I removed my rear seat adjusted the straps to how I like it, which would be about 2" above the footwells so the water could drain easily put the seat on over the straps and on my way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Letsdive64 View Post
    They come with snap-in straps that are adjustable, once on they will not move, very secure in the ocean and high speed.

    I removed my rear seat adjusted the straps to how I like it, which would be about 2" above the footwells so the water could drain easily put the seat on over the straps and on my way.
    Are the bags somehow stuck to the side of the ski down low? Do they flop around on rough water?

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    Are the bags somehow stuck to the side of the ski down low? Do they flop around on rough water?

    The bags do not flop around, I had them in the Ocean and you don't even notice them and you can adjust them any way you want. If you want them to sit in the footwell you can adjust them to sit there. They are solid heavy-duty bags made for fishing and storage.


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