waterproof tacklebag

The Best Waterproof Tackle Box

Why turn your backpack into a tackle box?

If you’re looking for the best waterproof tackle box to keep your gear dry, look no further. Fishing in rainy conditions can be troublesome and takes a toll on expensive fishing lures and hardware, which is why anglers all over the world should trust DryCASE’s waterproof backpacks to keep their gear dry. No more having to rely on plastic bags or flimsy boxes to keep lures dry.  Keep your tackle boxes in better condition by keeping them dry against the elements. DryCASE offers many different sizes of waterproof backpacks, including 10, 20, 35, 60, and 80 Liter bags that are guaranteed to keep tackle boxes and equipment water free. Randy Hancock, a DryCASE brand ambassador and exotic fisherman, will not go on a fishing expedition without his DryCASE gear. Randy stated that on his last trip to the Amazon River that “In such extreme conditions, it is paramount to have the best gear. Drycase waterproof duffels and backpacks keep my gear and clothes dry every day.” Randy’s go to DryCASE products are the Basin Backpack, the Masonboro Backpack and the Liberty Ship duffel, and for good reason. Randy will sometimes use his backpacks as a waterproof tackle box.

Our bags are made from durable, scratch resistant PVC with an open middle compartment that does not let the elements inside. They also feature Molle webbing that allows the attachment of extra equipment to the outside of bag. While searching for your next tackle bag save yourself some time and get a DryCASE to conquer any condition!

waterproof tackle boxwaterproof tackle boxThe Features:

  • 100% Waterproof Main Compartment
  • 35 Liters of Storage
  • GNARLWALL™ Marine Grade Waterproof Technology
  • 2 Way Purge Valve (inflation/compression)
  • Drink Holder
  • Padded lower back support
  • Waterproof padded shoulder straps
  • Tie downs / Front straps
  • Chest straps
  • Internal zippered pocket
  • Removable Velcro wallet compartment



Check out our selection of “tackle bags” here: https://www.drycase.com/backpacks .