Plano 6508 Jumbo Airline Telescope Rod Case

MSRP: $99.99

Thick-wall design provided maximum protection for our prized rods as we traveled with this case. The two-piece design extends out to 112 inches for longer or two-piece rods.


Plano 787 Guide Series Angled Storage System

MSRP: $79.99

One of our favorite tackle boxes, we find the angled storage system allows quick, convenient access, while the hard case protects our tackle against the elements.


Patagonia Black Hole Duffel 90L

MSRP: $139

Made from waterproof material and equipped with water-resistant zippers and seams, this bag was essential for packing into the bush in 2012. The removable, padded shoulder straps are a nice touch.


Filson Wheeled Carry-On Bag

MSRP: $535

Coming with Filson’s legendary quality and good looks, an added dimension to this carry-on was its durability. It’s built like a tank.


Seal Line Black Canyon Boundary Bag

MSRP: $124.95

This dry bag also works as a backpack, with a dual-strip roll-down closure for complete dryness, making it more effective, and handier, than ever. Seal Line remains at the top of our list for dry bags, which we use for almost all of our different hunting and fishing trips.


Fishpond Bumpy Road Cargo Duffel

MSRP: $159.95

We were amazed at the amount of stuff you can fit in this large wheeled duffel. The handsome design and strong canvas material is ideal for airline travel and simply states “fisherman.”  There are now three sets of rod tube straps down the center of the bag to hold 30-inch tubes.


REI Wheely Beast 28-inch Wheeled Duffel

MSRP: $179

If you are coming up from the Lower 48 to fish for a week or two, this bag will hold your waders, wading boots, fly boxes, all your clothes and toiletries and more. Check it out.


Sea To Summit Traveling Light Ultra-Sil Duffle

MSRP: $39.95

This 40L duffle provided ample capacity while remaining lightweight and durable. Its versatility made it a favorite, as it is small enough to toss in the overhead compartment as a carry-on but hardy enough to take on day-trips into the field.


FishPond Piney Creek Tech Pack

MSRP: $179.95

Fishing some of Alaska’s hike-in streams is a great way to spend your coveted summer time. If you want to fish and hike, you want to be hands-free except for your fishing rod. The removable, easy-access chest pack allows access to flies, floatant and tools.


Kelty Women’s Redtail 26 Backpack

MSRP: $79.95

A great women’s backpack for all the gear and extras needed on a day-trip. There are two external water-bottle pockets and easy-to-access pockets for additional storage. It features a women-specific suspension system with padded shoulder straps, removable webbing waist belt and sternum strap.


Pelican HardBack Laptop Cases

MSRP: $42.95-$124.95

Watertight and crushproof means you can bring your laptop into the field. A foam-padded interior and compression fit closure kept water and dust out. Several sizes fit everything from tablets and notebooks up to larger laptops.


Sea To Summit Ultra-Sil Dry Day Pack

MSRP: $ 54.95

This ultra-lightweight and compact daypack is water-resistant and packs into its own tiny stuff-sack, complete with a key-ring attachment. The seams are double stitched and sealed. It isn’t a full-blown dry bag, but it is a great day pack for cameras in Pelican cases, an extra layer and some snacks to take on a charter. You can easily pack it into your luggage when coming from the Lower 48.