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    Default Backpack recommendation?

    After years of just using a basic 2 pocket backpack, I'm ready for something else. Been browsing around for a couple years trying to find the "perfect" pack. What are you guys using?

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    Mystery Ranch Urban Assault. A buddy who's a dealer for them gave it to me and it's my favorite of all the packs I've used.
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    Ive got a badlands 2200. Its comfy and holds alot
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    I have been looking for the same thing for a long time. I have this idea of what I think I want, just can't find it. Basically want a slotted decoy bag in the main compartment to keep things separate. Everything seems to fall to the bottom and just be a big mess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phone Man View Post
    Ive got a badlands 2200. Its comfy and holds alot
    This and mines for sale.
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    I use a Kelty Tactical Falcon 4000 and love it.
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    Y'all don't feel nerdy as hell walking around with a backpack on?

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    For duck hunting?
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    This is in bow hunting, just saw at the top. I one strap an old blind bag duck hunting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Highstrung View Post
    This is in bow hunting, just saw at the top. I one strap an old blind bag duck hunting.
    Dang I didn't even notice that it was in the bow hunting forum. my bad carry on......and yes I am a nerd!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Highstrung View Post
    This is in bow hunting, just saw at the top. I one strap an old blind bag duck hunting.
    Wouldn’t that be designated as a satchel?

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    Probably a lot less $$ than others mentioned on here. I bought this one this year and like it, especially for the price.
    https://www.amazon.com/Mossy-Oak-Peg.../dp/B071CQ83P5

    This is my first pack that I can strap my bow to and I really like that. I now just strap my bow to the pack for walking in and climbing up.
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    I bought a badlands daypack this year and love it. It was money well spent. I just wish I had done it sooner. If you are going to be wearing it a lot, they are more comfortable than anything I have ever used. They have a lifetime warranty and it is no questions asked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Highstrung View Post
    Y'all don't feel nerdy as hell walking around with a backpack on?
    There is an awesome scene in the 2012 version of 21 Jumpstreet where they can't figure out if 1 strap or 2 straps is now cool.

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    Badlands. I have the Monster and it serves me well

    http://www.badlandspacks.com/gear/pa...amo-fanny-pack

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    classic one, easy to personalize with initials
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    Quote Originally Posted by Highstrung View Post
    This is in bow hunting, just saw at the top. I one strap an old blind bag duck hunting.
    Duh - I've done this before. I start-up on the new threads page and haven't trained myself to notice the forum before posting...I'm old...it might take a while...
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    I do the same thing, a lot.

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    Jenks, ha, I had that in mind when I made my post.

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    Are you just looking for something to haul your stuff to the tree stand?
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