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#6796747 - 06/18/17 08:20 AM Bird Vest
Rick Titus Offline
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Registered: 06/18/08
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I'm looking for a blaze orange bird vest with water bottle holders on each side. I've ordered the Browning Bird n Lite back in March and Amazon hasn't shipped it yet and I suppose its on back order I don't know. I've been carrying a water bottle for the dogs for some time but I don't like it in the back with the birds. What do y'all use, do you carry a little water for the dogs in your vest and if you have what I'm describing where did you get it. Thanks!

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#6796781 - 06/18/17 09:05 AM Re: Bird Vest [Re: Rick Titus]
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#6796798 - 06/18/17 09:20 AM Re: Bird Vest [Re: Rick Titus]
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If you don't require a full vest I cannot say enough good things about this. It has a water bottle pocket on each side. It comes in a blaze orange version also.
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#6796871 - 06/18/17 10:58 AM Re: Bird Vest [Re: Rick Titus]
pharmvet Offline
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I'm fond of my Filson vest like the one Nogalus Prairie mentioned above



Edited by pharmvet (06/18/17 11:02 AM)

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#6796951 - 06/18/17 12:39 PM Re: Bird Vest [Re: Rick Titus]
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I've got a Filson in camo. Has held up well over several years use, but I'm considering buying one of the wing works vest

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#6797013 - 06/18/17 01:46 PM Re: Bird Vest [Re: Rick Titus]
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I use surplus Army web gear, a pistol belt, canteens, 2 shell pouches, and a fanny pack for the birds. No orange, but I could add an orange vest from Walmart. It is comfortable, and it has not worn out with over 40 years of hunting. I also have zip lock plastic bags that fit in the fanny pack to put the birds in.


Sort of looks like this.

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#6797077 - 06/18/17 03:13 PM Re: Bird Vest [Re: Rick Titus]
blanked Offline
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I have the wing works for all day hunts carrying maximum amount of water. It's over kill for smaller hunts. For smaller hunts and smaller birds like quail I use a San Carlos by Q5 outdoors

When carrying water for you and the dogs you want a vest that is designed to carry most of the weight on your hips. The picture of the filson appears to looks like all the weight is riding on your shoulders.


Edited by blanked (06/18/17 03:22 PM)

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#6797130 - 06/18/17 04:53 PM Re: Bird Vest [Re: Rick Titus]
reeltexan Offline
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+3 on the Filson.
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#6797164 - 06/18/17 06:09 PM Re: Bird Vest [Re: Rick Titus]
Rick Titus Offline
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Registered: 06/18/08
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Thanks fellow's for all the good ideas. Y'all have a happy Fathers Day!!

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#6799481 - 06/20/17 10:25 PM Re: Bird Vest [Re: Rick Titus]
The Point Offline
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Registered: 01/02/16
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Loc: Rowlett, TX
WingWorks

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