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    Quote Originally Posted by fredaevans View Post
    If I can't stick 'the stuff' in a few pockets .. .I've got far more on me than I really need. Couple spools of tippet, a box of flies and a short 'thingie' clipped to my shirt (forceps/hook remover, leader cutter, hook file ... and the most important, if anything goes to Hell in a Hand basket: a Police Whistle.
    The more you understand, you can get by with far less.
    Japan: Tsuttenkai, Jolly Fishers, member since 2010

  2. #52
    ...and Fred is quite often a two handed long rod guy, to boot. Minimalist steelheader.

  3. #53
    Quote Originally Posted by gusstrand View Post
    ...and Fred is quite often a two handed long rod guy, to boot. Minimalist steelheader.
    Not to mention a serial forum poster and all round good egg.been chatting on a variety of boards for many moons .
    Strange this post being resurected, I find that most of my trout/grayling fishing needs my 30 year old Orvis Tacklepak .for my odd forays into SWFF I use a orvis chestpack Adam sold me way back and for summer salmon fishing a non descript green bag which takes a wheatley a couple of spools,haemostat and nips ,again a Adam reject .

  4. #54
    I use a William Joseph waist pack, I believe it is the catalyst. Great pack overall but it does have one large pocket with a large foam fly holder in it that is useless to me. Inside of the pocket closes so the fron it touching the back so it will flatten any flies put in it. The other issue is it rides low since it loosens up a bit when I turn it to my hip to access the pack. I am going to switch things up for hike ins and small creeks and start using a smaller fly box and a lanyard. I will also use a daypack when needed.

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    Egg
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    I use a Filson waist pack for most of my quick trips. I have a Filson Strap vest for longer days on the water.

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    smallstreams.com plankowner ofuros's Avatar
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    If I could only fit one of these in my cargo pants.....and slowly meander my way downstream at the
    end of productive session. Admiral Smallstream at your service.
    Blatantly taken from somewhere on the internet highway.

    Last edited by ofuros; 09-26-2012 at 04:24 AM.

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