Fishing Boat Accessories

boat-accessories-1boat-accessories-2Boat accessories - various parts and items one can need when going on a fishing trip with the boat or even without it.

This category can include many things, like various pumps, first aid kits, rod holders, water and weather proof boxes, clothing etc.

takeya insulating thermoflask mTakeya Insulated ThermoFlasks are excellent insulated stainless steel bottles. They are made using 18/8 food grade stainless steel, they are BPA free, and can be very handy and useful for all outdoors enthusiasts, fishermen included.

cammenga-3h-tritium-military-compass-1mCammenga 3H Tritium Military Compass is high quality magnetic compass which uses tritium micro lights for use in low-light conditions. It is robust and durable and worth every cent one has to pay for it.

radio ranger 34" remote control fishing boatRadio Ranger 34" Remote Control Fishing Boat Set is RC fishing boat all-in-one set, suitable for close range RC fishing during nice weather. When not used for fishing, it is great toy!

Sea Doo Explorer X Sea-Doo Sea Scooter Sea Doo Explorer X Sea-Doo Sea Scooter is medium sized, moderately priced Diver Propulsion Vehicle (DPV) suitable for divers and swimmers. It can come very handy in many situations and it is nice device to have around on any fishing boat - even just for having fun when fish doesn't bite :)

coleman-12-volt-dc--quickpump-1mColeman 12-Volt DC QuickPump is handheld, high volume, air pump for inflating and deflating air beds, beach toys and other inflatables.

vanguard-10x42-binocular-with-ed-glass-1mVanguard 10x42 Binocular with ED Glass is top class, well built and expensive binocular suitable for marine use. Although it has soft rubber coating and it is declared waterproof, don't abuse it too much and it will serve you for a long long time.

se-magnesium-fire-starter-1mMagnesium Fire Starter is small and cheap piece of equipment that can come very handy on fishing trips. Although it is very simple to use it, be sure to follow instructions and practice a little bit at home (safety first!).

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