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Umpqua Tailgater

2009/3/28 1:27
From Bucks County
Posts: 65
Looking for a gear bag to hold my gear. I usually keep my waders and boots in a Rubbermaid tub. I don't think this will hold all my gear, but the idea is cool. I may grab one for quick day trips where I do not need to take everything I own.

I was wondering if this interested anyone else?

Posted on: 2014/7/20 23:00

Re: Umpqua Tailgater

2011/6/12 20:15
From Newville, PA
Posts: 89
Interesting idea, although I would prefer to keep my waders/boots in a vented bag because I'm not the type to take things out and let them dry. Also, I would prefer to keep my fly boxes/accessories in my vest/pack to eliminate the possibility of forgetting something.

I have a Fishpond Cimarron bag with a zippered mesh wader/boot compartment on the bottom. The upper compartment is large enough to carry a 4 reel case, a 4 drawer Richardson, two packs, wading staff, wading jacket and accessories.

Posted on: 2014/7/21 15:38
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Re: Umpqua Tailgater

2010/2/13 7:55
From Murrysville, PA
Posts: 7
I Like the idea. I use a rubbermaid tub with the lid off for car trips and this could upgrade that. I can't quite justify the $80 pricetag for this one.

Posted on: 2014/7/21 21:53

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