Fishpond Wildhorse Tech Pack

Fishpond Wildhorse Tech Pack
Fishpond Wildhorse Tech Pack
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Wildhorse Tech Pack by Fishpond
Nothing's going to drag you away from the river when you're loaded up with the Fishpond Wildhorse Tech Pack, a vest/backpack hybrid that has all the storage space you'll need for all-day river missions. The front of the pack is fitted with two zip-down fly benches that make selecting the proper imitation as easy as possible. They also feature replaceable foam, so you can freshen things up when they start to get too chopped to hold your carefully-crafted flies properly. Two zippered front pockets provide easy access to leader, weight, and dry shake, while multiple attachment points keep your nippers and hemostats handy. The backpack portion of the pack is hydration compatible so you can drink more than beer, and is fitted with a built-in rod tube holder. Three backpack compartments keep your bag organized and prevent your sandwich from getting smashed. And, since the bag is made with Fishpond's own Cyclepond fabric, you can rest assured that your purchase is eco-friendly, because it's made from recycled commercial fishing nets.

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SKU: FSH001R
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