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    Daypacks

    Whatís a good daypack would want something quiet , waterproof , would prefer Camo or green or brown colour . Are those small pack frames okay for deer or would you just get a larger one you could use for both deer and moose .My current day pack is for hiking itís blue and not that quiet. Ideas ?
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    Re: Daypacks

    Personally I use a badlands 2200 and it’s comfortable and works well packing out deer

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    Re: Daypacks

    I use a stone glacier 5600. Not sure if that’s what you’re looking for but it’s light, comfortable, quiet and has the meat shelf.

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    Re: Daypacks

    Anything from Seek Outside. There bags are waterproof without the use of a rain cover. I pair mine with the Merlin Daypack. When empty and packed down properly its tiny but still has the frame to pack any game in North America.

    Plus its multipurpose and has you covered for the 10 day trips also.

    https://seekoutside.com/hunting-backpacks-breakaway/

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    Re: Daypacks

    I run my bino harness if it’s a short trip, holds everything I need.
    Longer trips and I’ll use my badlands clutch, and then break off the smaller secondary bag if I’m going away from camp.
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    Re: Daypacks

    Badlands 2200 - love that one! I can pack overnight stuff (tent, sleeping bag, mat, stove, food) plus kill kit OR compress it down for just a days worth of scouting. Moulds to my body, don't even feel it. Doesn't snag, holds hydration bladder. Fell of my motorcycle on the highway once (because I was stupid) and shows minimal damage.

    Love it.

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    Re: Daypacks

    Quote Originally Posted by Fella View Post
    I use a stone glacier 5600. Not sure if that’s what you’re looking for but it’s light, comfortable, quiet and has the meat shelf.
    Hmmm Cant seem, to find it on their website
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    Re: Daypacks

    Quote Originally Posted by Wild one View Post
    Personally I use a badlands 2200 and it’s comfortable and works well packing out deer
    Does that pack come in different sizes ? Not sure what my torso size is but I'm 5'11" around 190 lbs
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    Re: Daypacks

    Quote Originally Posted by Chrispryn View Post
    Anything from Seek Outside. There bags are waterproof without the use of a rain cover. I pair mine with the Merlin Daypack. When empty and packed down properly its tiny but still has the frame to pack any game in North America.

    Plus its multipurpose and has you covered for the 10 day trips also.

    https://seekoutside.com/hunting-backpacks-breakaway/
    okay thanks will look them up ! what model do you have?
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    Re: Daypacks

    Quote Originally Posted by Arctic Lake View Post
    Hmmm Cant seem, to find it on their website
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    It’s discontinued. Closest one is the 5900

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