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Old 12-09-2009, 05:19 PM
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Hunting packs

What do you guys use?

I hunt deer in NE and Elk/Deer here in CO, so I need a versatile pack. I'd also like to have the lashing straps I saw on another pack, I don't remember what pack it was though . I don't WANT to spend $200 bucks, but I also want a good pack that will give me years of use, so I'll do what I gotta do. Thanks
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Old 12-09-2009, 05:21 PM
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What do you guys use?

I hunt deer in NE and Elk/Deer here in CO, so I need a versatile pack. I'd also like to have the lashing straps I saw on another pack, I don't remember what pack it was though . I don't WANT to spend $200 bucks, but I also want a good pack that will give me years of use, so I'll do what I gotta do. Thanks
I have a backpack that I hardly every use. All of my gear is in the saddle bag of my climber. If I do take a pack with me its a fanny pack. I dont remember the brand of my backpack but I have had it ever since I started hunting 12 years ago.
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Old 12-09-2009, 05:24 PM
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Are you Lookimg for a day pack or a pack to backpack into the back country with?
On the former I use a Camel back pack that holds everything I need for the day and in the event I get stranded or shoot an elk.

Oh and it has a huge water bladder for drinking.
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Old 12-09-2009, 05:37 PM
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I want a day pack with al the necessities that might be needed if I look day light and decide to stay in the woods. Knives, bone saw, water (camelback is good), basic survival stuff (matches, space blanket, small flashlight, power bars etc). The one I saw earlier today, or at least THINK I saw, was just the pack I was looking for, and the pic had a guy wearing it with a quarter of something like a large deer or small elk straped to it
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Old 12-11-2009, 05:29 AM
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Fanny pack with cover scents, bottle of water, toilet paper, extra bullets, toilet paper, extra lighter, cigs, gloves, balaclava, toilet paper, latex gloves, and..........toilet paper. I hunt not more than 4 miles from the house. No need for survival stuff except TP.
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Old 12-11-2009, 05:40 AM
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Fanny pack with cover scents, bottle of water, toilet paper, extra bullets, toilet paper, extra lighter, cigs, gloves, balaclava, toilet paper, latex gloves, and..........toilet paper. I hunt not more than 4 miles from the house. No need for survival stuff except TP.
Must have the butt wipe for sure
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Let it not be said that I'm full of it.

Actually, I carry scott towels because they can be used to clean hands, mark trails, clean scope and binocular lenses, and the obvious, and they don't melt as quickly from rain or moisture.
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