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Imax Fishing Rucksack

IMAX 35 Litre Sea Fishing RuckSack


The Imax sea fishing bag is Manufacturered from hardwearing polyester fabric with quality zips and fittings, removable metal internal surport bars and a strong reinforced base. The padded shoulder straps are adjustable and it is fitted with waist and chest straps to make it more comfortable to carry.

They have two small side pockets on one side with a large “flask” pocket on the other side.

On the front is a large pocket with a divider to help keep the contents organised. behind the front pocket is another zip which allows access to the main compartment without having to undo the hood.

There is a zipped mesh pocket inside the hood and the hood also holds a waterproof nylon cover which can be pulled out to keep the bag dry

Tough 35 Litre day pack

Adjustable padded shoulder straps

Fully padded waiste belt with quick release buckle

Adjustable chest strap

2 Adjustable retaining straps with quick release buckles

Padded interior

Made from tough nylon based waterproof fabric

Double metal zips

Tough reinforced base

6 different sized compatments

By | 2018-03-23T08:52:12+00:00 November 1st, 2009|General Fishing Tackle|3 Comments

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Site Administrator Glenn Kilpatrick has a passion for all types of sea angling. Past winner of the Whitby Sea Anglers fishing club on 2 occasions, Glenn now mainly focuses on summer fishing with bass and pollack being his favoured target fish. Glenn now also prefers Kayak Fishing over any other type of Sea Fishing.


  1. Ricky Rock Hopper January 30, 2009 at 1:17 pm - Reply

    A pretty good rucksack for the roving rock hopper. You will struggle to find anything better. This does not mean that this bag is excellent quality. It just means its probably the best in the current market place. The bag has many plus points but there is also room for improvement.

    The 35 litre is of ample size for me to carry 3 reels, roughly 20 leads, clothing, a fish bag, and 2 bait flasks. I budget for one of these bags each year, and a year is about all they will last anyone who fishes 2-3 times a week when the weather is right. The first thing to give out is often the zips. In the past 3 seasons at least one of the zips has become broken within the first 6 months of use. This year the zip in the top of the bag has gone first meaning I must now carry spare reels within the bag itself. This is not ideal. Ive also had the straps fall off bags due to the stitching coming loose and have heard stories of the bottom of the bag falling out completely for 1 unlucky angler.

    When all said and done this is not the ideal solution for the roving rock angler to carry his gear. But with limited availability of sea angling rucksacks I think it will be the only real option until something better comes onto the market. At £25 a bag you cant really complain too much.

  2. Big Bait Big Fish November 1, 2009 at 12:11 pm - Reply

    I budget for 1 rucksack a year and currently my bag of choice is the Imax. It has large capacity and lots of pockets for weights and spare reels etc. You can easily fit into the bag everything that you carry when you go fishing including coast, rig wallet, spare reels and of course, most importantly – your fish.

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