You spent your winters at the vice dreaming of flies bigger than size 22 midges and temperatures warmer than 12 degrees. Summer will finally come, though, and when you know that the early morning streamer bite will turn into an epic trico hatch, load up your Umpqua Ledges 650 ZS Waist-Pack with everything you need to fish from sunup to sundown. Its spacious 650 cubic inches of space provide enough room to pack everything you need for a long day on the river, and the suspended back panel, padded waist belt, and removable shoulder strap helps to keep your lower back in good shape.Umpqua updated the Ledges with is Zero Sweep design, making the pack more streamlined to reduce snagging, but you'll still find the same organizational features that have made it a staple in the fly fishing community. A large main compartment houses your fly boxes, lunch, headlamp, and other large essentials, and the two front pockets provide a spot to stash your nymph and dry-fly boxes. Two stretch mesh pockets are designed to hold tippet spools and other accessories, and the dual water bottle holders give you plenty of space to keep some H2O on board.
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Umpqua Ledges 650 ZS Waist Pack - 650cu in
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