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Old 02-04-2013, 07:54 PM
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Default Re: Fly Fishing Backpack

I kind of cut my post short there, sorry about that. Avs you nailed it. Once you know the dimensions of what you're going to need in order to carry your gear, you might need to forego the fly fishing pack and go with a non fly fishing specific pack. Either with frame or without. Even the largest fly fishing specific backpack I've owned would never allow me to get wading boots and waders in there, let alone fly reel, flies, and whatever else I need for fly fishing.
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