Review: The YETI Camino 35 Carryall

We’ve raved about YETI luggage for years. The Pangas in particular are some of the toughest bags out there and feature a waterproof, thick, and durable material that helps bring a great deal of confidence for traveling anglers. That same material is part of the build of the YETI Camino 35 Carryall, and that fact alone means this tote is built to withstand just about anything.

Waterproof and durable with a generous amount of space inside, this tote gets used far more than expected. It’s a perfect boat bag that keeps miscellaneous accessories contained, and on just about any local trip, this bag is great for everything from water bottles to reels to waders and boots and more. Because of the waterproof construction of the shell, the bag keeps water in (in the case of waders) and water out (if using on a raft or streamside).

This bag is easy to carry, easy to clean, and in general, it just makes things easier overall. And when not fishing, the YETI Camino 35 Carryall is perfect for things like bike or ski accessories. The thick material and overbuild on things like straps and seams give all the confidence you’d hope for while also knowing the bag can take some abuse.

Finally, a variety of additional features make a great bag even better. The structured inside keeps the bag stable and keeps it from collapsing while using. Internal zippered storage and the ability to have divided sections really helps make this a go-to bag for just about every trip.

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