Those big cutthroats that suck down size 14 Adams flies on the first pass aren't anywhere near places where roads run the length of the river and worm cartons and broken spinners litter the bank. The kind of fish you dream of when you're tying up new and deadly patterns at the vise prefer un-pressured waters where footprints from other anglers are non-existent and the aquatic life is diverse, but then again, so do you. Fishpond understands that it's wild waterways that fuel us as anglers, so it designed a pack that will carry everything you need to access those remote blue lines that run between contours on a topo map and require a bit of off-trail expertise to accessThe Oxbow Chest Backpack isn't just a big gear hauler, though, its a well-designed fishing pack, too--this means you can wear it on the trail and at the tail-out, without sacrificing comfort or convenience at either spot. Remaining true to its commitment to the environment, Fishpond constructed this pack from its Cyclepond fabric, which is made from recycled nylon. An air mesh back panel keeps the pack comfortable on the trail and works with the padded shoulder straps to comfortably disperse the weight of the pack. The Oxbow comes with Fishpond's Savage Creek Chest Pack, so you can quickly access your go-to patterns when you're on the river, but the pack also integrates with any Fishpond chest/lumbar pack, so you can pair it with any other Fishpond product you might already own.
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