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Perch fishing Backpack?

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looking for some ideas on a backpack style setup for perch fishing? something with a hard liner {so it can be cleaned} and a small amount of space for some terminal tackle and what nots?

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After going through plenty of backpacks in the surf , I finally broke down and got the grundens rum runner .  It has lasted me 3 years so far. Easy to clean.  Mesh compartments hold just enough tackle containers. Best investment I’ve made in backpacks for fishing.

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I travel light and fast so I can cover as much shoreline as possible  ..... this is all I need and it’s still packing way too much, at 14 oz  this small bag with tackle is all I need for the whole season

 

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I recently went from an Okuma Nomad Surf Jetty bag to a North Coyote Hiking Backpack Cooler Bag. The Okuma bag worked well but I kept stuffing it and it got heavy and felt awkward slung over the shoulder. I like the backpack. I feel more balanced and can carry a ton of stuff. Figure the cooler section will come in handy if I start taking home some fish.

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1 hour ago, Barkoff said:
  1. Doesn't anyone use a vest anymore?  :) 

I do... I have always used a Cabela's "Rat Pack"... Loved it... No longer made... Just bought a Fish Pond Sagebrush for 20% of at Cabel's.. Used it once.. Seems nice, just gotta get used to the new pocket locations...Trying to leave behind unnecessary equipment... Tough for a pack rat....

 

Butch

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On 1/6/2019 at 5:56 PM, Barkoff said:
  1. Doesn't anyone use a vest anymore?  :) 

Very rarely... Because i always wear a wading jacket in the surf, it keeps me dry. I use the jacket pockets and a cheap shoulder sling for my tackle. 

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