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Thread: Fishing/hiking/biking pack.

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    Fishing/hiking/biking pack.

    well last night i couldnt sleep so i though up an idea for a pack that should be low impact on your back allow a lot of storage, water proof base if you set it down. it also will hook onto a pedal bike, turn into a full seat if you are packing light, as well as have removable poles for pitching a basic tent. and a method for a pole carrier. so i came here to find out what you guys like to bring with you when your packing into a fishing spot or just to get a away from the wife for a night in the woods. ill be posting picks soon once i get the first frame made from scrap and then ill be sewing the fabric on to finish it.

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    include a camel pack. water is a necessity.

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    how much water would you be looking to store in it?

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    lol "away from the wife for a night in the woods" now that's funny.

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    proably at least a gallon I would say, check an see whats the biggest camel bladder you can get an go from there.
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    the biggest I have seen is 3 liter but there could be bigger out there

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    What else would you like to carry with you beside like tackle boxes maybe a sleeping bag.

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    someone has to want something?

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    small outter pocket for a basic first-aid kit (quick access)
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    One seal tight waterproof pouch



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