Overall: 4.8 / 5 based on 25 reviews
24 of 25 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Lots of room for gear but not bulky. -
By: Norcalfisher from Ca
Love this pack - I can use it while out for a quick evening session or a full day hike. Highly recommended!
Safe Passage® Tri-Pack -
By: jesfish from Hartsel, CO
I have used the product 7 times in the last two months. The pack is comfortable to wear and has lots of extra pockets for organizing your fishing gear. The shoulder straps are wide and well patted. The zippers appear to be strong and the pack appears to be well made, so it should last. I really like the two drinks/water storage compartments - easy to get to your drinks. The only compliant: there are two straps in front that holds the pack together while you fish; the upper strap rides up under my chin.
Great fit, low profile and comfortable. -
By: 3P95 from South East, PA.
Excellent gear for the "on the go" stream angler! I use this pack at least once a week for hours of walking and stalking Brook Trout on small streams. Highly recommend for day trips.
Great Pack at a Great Deal! -
By: Ryan4467 from Iowa
I have been looking for several months for a good quality fishing pack to go on sale. This one did and I jumped at it. Although I have not taken it out on the water yet, I am very pleased. High quality material. Plenty of space for a day trip/excursion. Incredibly pleased with my purchase! Can't wait to get out on the water!
great pack -
By: doug98 from Montana
I haven't tried it yet but it looks like a quality product. I would suggest some additions/changes for the next production run. I would like a hanger for the hydration bag. If you used one, it would just lie in a lump in the bottom of the bag. I'm a size Medium, but it looks like this could accomodate a much larger person. I don't know how you'd make the straps shorter without making it too small for you big guys, but I've got yards of straps hanging down after adjusting it for me. Additional d-rings would be good. One for bear spray and a couple for a rod-tube. Minor complaints, though...
Excellent pack -
By: CTsprey from Guilford, CT
I just used this pack for an 8 hour day on the river. It was terrific. It fit so well that it hardly seemed I was carrying any weight. Yet it had several fly boxes, a hydration bladder, lunch, and rainwear, and fishing tackle. There is enough room for the essentials. The 2 front pockets provide convenient access for flies, tippet and tools. I highly recommend it.
Initial impressions -
By: rwseif from Everett. WA
I haven't had a chance to get this out on the river yet butfrom trying it on and adjusting the straps I am impressed with the layout and quality. I like the combination of the back pack with the vest functions.I am looking forward to getting on the water soon to wring it out there.
Awesome Pack -
By: huntfish0230 from Alabama
Plenty of room for all the accessories you need on the river. Great for wading and keeping all your stuff handy and not being uncomfortable with straps around your neck, etc.. Only thing that could improve it is if it had some loops on the front for attaching accessories. The magnets are a great added touch to keep nippers, etc.. from dangling. Catching it on sale made the pack a steal for the quality it is.
useful pack -
By: notassmartastrout from St Paul mn
I am finding uses for this other than fishing, it also works well for hiking when the hydration kit is added. Well padded and comfortable.
Good alternative -
By: Kyon from Colorado
Hot summer days in Colorado and hikes to streams in steep hills can indicate a need for an alternative to a full tackle vest or back pack. This pack provides enough room for rain coat and lunch. Side pockets are handy for water bottles and a small water bladder can fit in the pack, perhaps at cost of additional items but still handy. Front pockets can hold several fly boxes and internal sleeves can hold leaders, pliers, etc. Comfortable, convenient pack.