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Backpack Recommendations. #5241535 08/08/14 03:13 AM
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Can anyone recommend a good backpack for elk hunting. This would be used to carry all my gear plus hopefully help pack out an elk.


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Re: Backpack Recommendations. [Re: thewrap] #5241587 08/08/14 03:34 AM
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exo mountain gear, kuiu ultra pro

Those would be my top two choices for anything over a daypack. Both have options to change bags size


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I am using a Eberlestock J107 w/ super spike duffel (just over 7900ci); Ive been doing training hikes with it using 50+lbs with ease. Once you get the harness and stays adjusted to your body, it'll fit like a glove.

I bought this particular pack as I am going a DIY Elk hunt and will be out for 5+ days without heading back to the truck. When I do get the elk, It has a big enough compartment to get a 1/4 in it for packing out.


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I use a Badlands 2200 as my daypack/first load out and a Kelty Cache Hauler to carry out quarters.

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If I am carrying a spotting scope I take my Badlands 2200, if not, I take my Badlands Super Day pack. Both are great packs with plenty of room.

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