When summer temperatures rise, and you want to minimalize your fly fishing gear for a quick and light afternoon on the river, turn to the Fishpond Cross-Current chest pack. This well-built pack efficiently stores all your on-water essentials so you can focus on catching fish instead of lugging gear. Built with 210D nylon Cyclepond, Fishpond's signature fabric is made from repurposed fishing nets that offer on-water durability and worry-free sustainability. Fishing made easy means grabbing your rigged rod and loaded Cross-Current pack and heading out to the water. The main zippered storage compartment lets you pack a few larger fly boxes for a diversity of options while the smaller magnetic pocket conveniently stores floatant and other quick-access essentials. When a fish bites, effortlessly grab your net that has been stashed in the backpanel net slot for an easy catch and use the forceps attached to the exterior Hypalon tabs for a quick release. With your first fish down and more to go, sit back and relax while you unbuckle the waist straps and swing the pack around for a swig of cool water from the bottle stowed in the zippered backpanel pocket.
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