Simms Dry Creek Backpack - 2746cu in

Simms Dry Creek Backpack - 2746cu in
$209.95
Dry Creek Backpack - 2746cu in by Simms
Price subject to change | SKU: SMM00B6

Simms Dry Creek Backpack - 2746cu in

You didn't get into fly fishing so you could spend weekends in sight of your car. Get into the wilderness with the Simms Dry Creek Backpack. This pack is designed to hold all of the essentials and then some, and keep them dry in the event of a submersion. An ergonomically-shaped shoulder harness and a compression-molded padded back panel create a comfortable carrying experience even with a heavy load, with a tuck-away waist belt for optional additional support. Sport-specific details include an external rod tube, a net-carrying D-ring, and pockets specifically designed for fly-boxes and extra line, leader, or tippet. A magnetic docking station keeps your hemostat or retractor on hand, and Simms even included a loop for retired flies so you can secure them without getting into the flybox again.

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