How To Avoid Buying Ice Bags For Your Fishing Cooler Ever Again [VIDEO]
You finally found it…
This is the fishing tip that I wish someone had taught me many years ago…
Ironically, it hasn’t helped me catch a single fish, but it certainly has saved me tons of Money and Time.
No more driving around at 6am looking for a gas station that has ice for your cooler…
No more having to waste precious fishing time icing down the cooler, rearranging things, and making unnecessary pitstops…
And no more $3.00 ice bags or expensive ice blocks at the marina!
Let me explain…
The Fishing Cooler Ice Trick
Let’s face it, having cold water on hand when out on the water fishing is essential for anglers to stay hydrated.
And for those who fish often, having to stop by a gas station on the way out to the water can waste value time and money over time.
Not to mention the frustration of having to fork over $2.50 at most places just for a simple bag of ice that is going to be dead weight in your cooler by the end of the day…
But the good news is that there is an incredibly easy way to completely skip the buy ice bag on the way to go fishing hassle…
And these incredibly easy and practically free way to keep you fishing coolers cold lasts longer than any bag of ice that I have used.
All you have to do is simply freeze plastic bottles filled with water the night before your trips, and they can be used to keep your cooler very cold while also providing extremely cold drinking water late in the day as they melt.
I personally find the best use of these ice bottles when fishing from my kayak or paddle board because they allow me to have cold water without added any unnecessary weight.
And on short kayak fishing trips, I don’t even mess with a cooler because the ice melts at about the same rate I consume water so every sip is as cold as it can possibly be.
Check out the video below for a few more tips on this.
Fishing Cooler Ice Trick [VIDEO]
Be sure to get some water bottles ready before your next trip out on the water so you don’t waste your money.
These frozen bottles last surprisingly long, and they can be re-used many times making for a very inexpensive way to have the coldest water possible while out on the water without paying hardly anything for it.
No more last minute pit stops or driving around early in the morning searching for a gas station that has ice…
Hope you enjoyed.
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