Product Review - Fishpond Pawnee Gear BagPublished by Dave Kile [dkile] on 02/20/2013 (2053 reads)
I had been looking for a wader and boot bag for quite some time. For over twenty years I was using a 5 gallon plastic paint bucket as my boot storage of choice. I store my gear in the garage and after continually finding stinkbugs in my boots along with a few cracks in my beloved bucket, I figured it was time to get serious about a real bag.
Last March I finally settled on the Fishpond Pawnee Gear Bag. It served the perfect combination of storing my boots on the bottom and waders in a separate top compartment. There is an extra gear compartment to stash plenty of other fly fishing boxes and other gear.
The bag is well built out of nylon with sturdy large zippers to access the different storage areas. The bottom boot compartment also holds a fold-out padded changing mat. The base storage area for the boots is nicely ventilated all he way around.
I have used the bag for almost a year now and very pleased with the value build quality. The large top wide mouth open provides easy access to stash my waders quickly and easily. A shoulder strap makes it easy to haul around as I usually bring enough gear when I fish to make Lewis and Clark jealous.
I like the size and large anvil style opening. I paid list price at $139.00 which may put off some, but it is well built and see it lasting a long time and a solid investment. All and all a good purchase and one I would suggest
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