(3 customer reviews)


The Wild Water 100 gallon Bladder is a new and easier way to fill your Wild Water® Trough, and transport water around your property for multiple purposes.


  • Flexible material allows it to be unloaded and then folded and easily stored away.
  • 4 heavy duty D-rings to help secure the bladder during transportation.
  • Durable puncture-resistant material.
  • Includes a fill port and empty port with a shut-off valve and hose.
  • Can be used for: water transportation, gardening, firefighting, spraying


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3 reviews for WILD WATER® BLADDER

  1. David Balsman

    just purchased and used once. Easy to fill and has all the attachments for easy watering. No leaking. Easy to fold when empty. Very impressed at this point. First time I ever went for a weekend camping where no water is furnished and did not have to worry about running out.

  2. Jeff Reed

    Used it for the first time this week to fill my new wild water trough. It was very easy to assemble fit perfect in the back of my Polaris.
    Easy to fill easy and easy to use filling the trough. I was worried I would have a lot of water left once I filled the tank but no it emptied out very well. I hung it up to finish draining it and only about a quart of water came out before I folded it up to put away. Only thing I wish is they sent it in a box I could use to store it in.

  3. Joe Prink

    I purchased one of these in the spring and have filled it and brought out to the field and emptied 31 times in back of my Gator with no rips, tears or leaks whatsoever! Very durable material. Besides using to fill my wild water tanks I also use it to water newly planted trees. If you were to puncture it just use the extra piece that comes with it to patch it up. The best thing about this besides the durability is how fast it empties out with the big hose that comes with it…empty in a minute or 2! Another quality product from Banks Outdoors!

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