Fathom 3 Insulated Cooler Bag, Rockfish 32"L x 12"W x 18"HRegular price $222.00 USDRegular priceUnit price per
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Fathom 4 Insulated Cooler Bag, Salmon 44"L x 12"W x 18"HRegular price $269.00 USDRegular priceUnit price per
Fathom 5 Deep Insulated Cooler Bag, Tuna 58"L x 18"W x 30"HRegular price $369.00 USDRegular priceUnit price per
Fathom 5 Insulated Cooler Bag, Yellowtail 58"L x 18"W x 24"HRegular price $339.00 USDRegular priceUnit price per
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Best purchase I’ve made in a long time! Plenty of volume for ice and catch. This bag is sturdy and flexible to store in many areas and on any type of boat. Will definitely purchase bags for friends gifts in the future.
This thing is made like a beast. 👍
I’ve only used the bag for holding drinks soaked with ice at parties. The bag kept the drinks cold and in an upright position, also easy to move the bag with the straps. I’m definitely excited to fill it up with my catch this season.
Fathom 7 Insulated Cooler Bag, Cow Tuna 82"L x 30"W x 36"H
Love this bag. The flat bottom sets perfect at the transom and a 20# bag of ice last two days in the Florida sun even after getting bait out of it most of the day. Great investment even thinking about the next size up.
I absolutely love this bag... I’ve been able to keep the ice in the bag for up to 4 days. I use it for kayak fishing and it’s perfect. The only regret I have is not ordering a larger bag other than that I highly recommend it!
Okay, this thing is amazing. It's GIANT. No way you could lift it full of fish, if you could ever fill it. Bought it to hunt albacore but looks like I'll be needing to find some BFT. Great quality as well and MUCH thicker insulation than other brands. Hands-down the best.
Update 6/21: Just loaded my Fathom 7 with eight 50lb bluefin and 5 YT, 200lb ice (about 2/3 full). Drove from San Diego to above SF. 9-hour drive, 108 degrees for 8 hours, bag in an open trailer. Arrived home with ice-cold fish, 90% of the ice still solid.
So I hadn't heard of this bag before, but I gave it a shot because it had some features that seemed better than the more commonly known kill bags.
I went out on the ocean over the weekend and tried it out. Put 7lbs of ice in it and it was still there at the end of the day- would probably last another day or two if we had kept it in there. The zipper is much better quality than other bags I've used before (really strong and doesn't seem like it'll break), as are the straps. The straps seem like they are made out of seat belt material and are really durable. Another cool thing about this is that the bottom of the bag is flat, so when you hit a wave or are driving home, the bag doesn't tip over and make a big mess. Our boat is only big enough for this size, but I'll be recommending this brand to any of my buddies who need a new kill bag!
Appears to be well made and durable. Looking forward to stuffing it full of bluefin and ice!
We run fishing charters out of the North-East US and target Fluke and Striper primarily. We have always used big bulky coolers to keep our client's fish cool, but recently invested in two Fathom 6's as a replacement. We are so happy with their performance. You can fit so many fish in it without ever having the ice melt. Being flexible and give us the advantage of placing them below deck when not needed as well. After being used, we clean them the same way we clean the boat. These are a must for any charter boat.
With bluefin recently hanging around our local waters in the bay area, I needed something big to haul around the fish should we come across them. I started with another brand but it ripped the first time we tried to move it with a 150lber in it. First trip out with our Opah and we caught a 285 lb bluefin in the early morning. With 200lbs of ice in the bag, the fish fit with plenty of room. We bled the tuna, brought it back at sundown and still had over 100lbs of ice remaining. We let some water out with the drain plug and lifted the bag with the fish straight into the back of my truck with the dock crane at our local landing. From there it went directly to the processor. Going to grab a Fathom 5 as well to transport the filets. Everything I could ever want from a kill bag.
I have a Fathom 5 on my 19ft mako for inshore/offshore fishing. I recently picked up a Fathom 3 after I saw one at Meric Spearfishing. It is the perfect solution for those days where you don't need a huge kill bag. We use it primarily for our drinks and food, but also take it out for kelp bass and rockfish. Same quality and ice life as my Fathom 5, but in a compact size. We even use it for beach days and as our camping cooler.
I am from Alaska, where cooler bags aren't used as often. I heard about Opah from a few friends that do salmon charters and knew I needed to give one a shot. The Fathom 4 makes Salmon fishing on my small boat so convenient. I can take the bag and put it right in my SUV without worrying about leaking. Ice lasts FOREVER! Awesome product!