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#11230338 - 11/17/15 09:02 PM What would be the most practical size Yeti for day trips?
littlewheel Offline
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Registered: 07/17/12
Posts: 626
Loc: Gladewater , Tx
As far as spending a day on the water packed with lunch and drinks for around 4 people usually. What size would you prefer?

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#11230355 - 11/17/15 09:10 PM Re: What would be the most practical size Yeti for day trips? [Re: littlewheel]
buton Offline
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Registered: 05/28/10
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a cheap igloo.. save your money and buy a nice rod and reel lol
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#11230367 - 11/17/15 09:19 PM Re: What would be the most practical size Yeti for day trips? [Re: littlewheel]
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Loc: West Tx no. of waco
48 Igloo couple of 2 liter ice good to go unless ya got more money than brains
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#11230372 - 11/17/15 09:20 PM Re: What would be the most practical size Yeti for day trips? [Re: littlewheel]
littlewheel Offline
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I don't think it is a matter of more money than brains. Nothing wrong with having a good cooler that will last.

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#11230375 - 11/17/15 09:21 PM Re: What would be the most practical size Yeti for day trips? [Re: littlewheel]
littlewheel Offline
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I have plenty of nice rod and reels also.

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#11230376 - 11/17/15 09:21 PM Re: What would be the most practical size Yeti for day trips? [Re: littlewheel]
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We have several....the 65 is a good one.
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#11230383 - 11/17/15 09:23 PM Re: What would be the most practical size Yeti for day trips? [Re: littlewheel]
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Check out Engel coolers! Their new ice bag is great!!
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#11230389 - 11/17/15 09:27 PM Re: What would be the most practical size Yeti for day trips? [Re: Salsa®]
littlewheel Offline
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Originally Posted By: Salsa®
We have several....the 65 is a good one.
Thanks

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#11230401 - 11/17/15 09:30 PM Re: What would be the most practical size Yeti for day trips? [Re: littlewheel]
littlewheel Offline
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I have several Engel dry boxes and live bait coolers. We sell the Engel brand where I work. They don't seem to hold up as well as the Yeti. I am referring to the hardware , such as latches.

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#11230422 - 11/17/15 09:37 PM Re: What would be the most practical size Yeti for day trips? [Re: littlewheel]
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65 is my favorite for fishing
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#11230456 - 11/17/15 09:48 PM Re: What would be the most practical size Yeti for day trips? [Re: littlewheel]
TexasForever Offline
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Registered: 04/24/12
Posts: 108
Loc: Dallas, Tx
45 is perfect for it all- can carry it on packed by yourself too

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#11230590 - 11/17/15 11:41 PM Re: What would be the most practical size Yeti for day trips? [Re: littlewheel]
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Waste of money for a day trip!! Unless your on the coast etc and need a box just to store ice for several days. Once you open the lid, you have lost any advantage of the yeti.
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#11230798 - 11/18/15 07:44 AM Re: What would be the most practical size Yeti for day trips? [Re: littlewheel]
Andrew Taylor Offline
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Registered: 03/01/14
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I use the 45, perfect for everything and will last. thumb

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#11230940 - 11/18/15 08:37 AM Re: What would be the most practical size Yeti for day trips? [Re: littlewheel]
G Love Offline
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Loc: Weatherford, TX
65
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#11230981 - 11/18/15 08:54 AM Re: What would be the most practical size Yeti for day trips? [Re: littlewheel]
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Registered: 08/13/13
Posts: 3657
Loc: Longview, Tx
I got the Igloo Sportsman 55 from Sam's Club for $199. Keeps ice for days and it is half the price of a Yeti. After losing yet another cooler lid on the way to the lake, I decided to buy a heavy duty cooler that will last. Yetis might hold ice the longest or might not, but I don't really need to keep the same ice for a week at a time.

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