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Five Hunting Bags for 2011

Being prepared is one of the biggest factors for success in the field, and these five hunting bags will ensure that none of your gear gets left behind this fall.

6/29/2011


1. The Buck Commander BlackTrail 1 is a great pack for staying organized on short trips. It’s lightweight, comfortable and features M.O.L.L.E. compatible webbing for attaching accessories. ($52; buckcommander.com)


2. The NRA Second Amendment RangePack 2 can tote 36 magazines, four pistols and over 60 pounds of gear. That’s a lot of gear. ($130; 888-607-6007; nrastore.com)


3. If you’re one of those guys who drags every piece of gear he owns into the field. (Hey, who are we to judge?) you better have a sturdy bag, like this waterresistant, camouflaged Deluxe Gear Bag by Redhead 3. ($30-$50; basspro.com)


4. For those who like an effective backpack that doesn’t cost more than the gear within, try a pack from Field Line 4. It offers a wide variety of large and small- capacity packs that have well-placed pockets and padded support. ($29-$100; fieldline.com)


5. Designed for use in layout blinds, Avery’s Finisher Blind Bag 5 boasts several cleverly arranged compartments, including a mesh pocket for wet gloves. It also has a zippered, plastic “dry bag” for rookie waterfowlers to stow their cell phones and experts to stash a sandwich. ($35; averyoutdoors.com)


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