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    Sponge 4 bowhunting info Where's Bruce?'s Avatar
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    Default Sitka Gear pack for day deer hunts w/ bow

    I only have the Ascent 8 but want a pack that I can stick my bow in while climbing. Anyone use SG packs for this? Needs to carry water for the day and all the normal items needed for field dressing and such.
    http://www.sitkagear.com/products/open-country/packs/

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    Post up what you decide to buy, I'm always interested in everything Sitka!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BuckeyeRed View Post
    Post up what you decide to buy, I'm always interested in everything Sitka!
    After wearing SG I am a fan, it seems especially great for spot & stalk and the OC pattern is ideal for So. Cal. where trees are rare. I selected the Flash 20 because it has hardware for carrying a rifle or bow.

    [IMG]Sitka Gear pack for day deer hunts w/ bow - Bowhunting forum [/IMG]

    I have hunted places where the temps are in the 30s at dawn and climb to the mid 70s by noon so the layering approach is really the only one that works here. It's super comfortable gear. Nice and light too. Here's a 30 second clip you might enjoy: http://www.sitkagear.com/videos/?id=oYsqjinpoQc%3d. Turn your speakers up.
    11 Hoyt Carbon Element 65lb draw, Spot Hogg Hunter sight, QAD HDX drop-away rest, 8 Axion Gridlock 3D Hunter stabilizer, Archer Xtreme Carbon Vapor (camo dipped) quiver w/ riser-mounted Stealth Cam EPIC videocamera.

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    Very cool link Bruce!!!! If only stalking was that easy!!!!

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    Does this pack have buckle straps on the bottom of the bag to allow you to secure clothes or other items?
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    Default Uh huh

    Quote Originally Posted by BuckeyeRed View Post
    Does this pack have buckle straps on the bottom of the bag to allow you to secure clothes or other items?
    Sure does.
    11 Hoyt Carbon Element 65lb draw, Spot Hogg Hunter sight, QAD HDX drop-away rest, 8 Axion Gridlock 3D Hunter stabilizer, Archer Xtreme Carbon Vapor (camo dipped) quiver w/ riser-mounted Stealth Cam EPIC videocamera.

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