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What’s the best way to carry your gear? Should you use a vest, a chest pack, hip pack, sling pack or something else?
How you choose to carry gear is a personal and situational choice. It has everything to do with what you need to carry, and how far you like to walk. Do you need to carry extra layers and a raincoat, and how many tactics do you want to be ready for? Streamers, nymphs, dry flies and wets . . . or just dries?
We have more choices than ever before, but it pays to think about efficiency when selecting a carrying system. Because a big part of being versatile on the water is having easy access to whatever you need, right when you need it.
We Cover the Following
- Best to have one system or many?
- Carrying a net, water, and other heavy items
- Minimalist setups
- The disaster of a sling pack
- The benefit of everything up front
- Storage and convenience
- Large pockets or many pockets
- What about getting wet?
- . . . and much more
READ: Troutbitten | Pack or Vest? Why I’m a Vest Guy
READ: Troutbitten | 100 Day Gear Review — Simms G3 Guide Vest
LISTEN: Troutbitten | PODCAST — The Efficiencies that Waste Your Fishing Time
LISTEN: Troutbitten | PODCAST — The Versatile Angler
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