M MAXIMUMCATCH Maxcatch Fly Fishing Vest Pack (Fishing Vest/Fishing Sling Pack/Fishing Backpack)
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There is no such thing as that.
There are two ways of doing this SBS has a large back pack, but Pop has a much smaller one. The amount of stuff I carry around in my notebook isn't that great
While you can do that, the zippers on the bottom will make it hard to get into it when slinging it around the front. If you were to wear it as a fanny pack, you could easily slide it from either side. *br> *br>But honestly, if I fished left handed, I would probably just wear a vest or fanny pack.
The vest I received was the only item. No accessories or fishing tools were included.
Selected User Reviews For M MAXIMUMCATCH Maxcatch Fly Fishing Vest Pack (Fishing Vest/Fishing Sling Pack/Fishing Backpack)
When I looked at the product image, I was unpleasantly surprised to find a whole lot more than the pictures showed! In order to help other potential buyers make informed decisions, I took the liberty of posting my own pictures. Let me first say that at the time of writing this, Amazon doesn't sell a good backpack/chest pack alternative, especially ones that are sold together and are used together. Moreover, the item has not yet been reviewed, so it probably just arrived on the market? I am not a fan of fishing vests since they usually don't fit me well, and I have been wearing a waist lumbar pack for my fishing needs, but I have grown tired of turning it around on my waist whenever I need to use Fly fishermen tend to use chest packs to hold everything they need. I am advised to get one from my veteran fly fishing friend. In addition to my rod case and a second rod, I also like to carry a drinking water bladder and food when I go on longer excursions. As a result, we are here. It's hard for me to determine how I feel about it. 3) There is a liner pocket in the backpack's second zipper pocket. 4) The backpack has two loops at the top There are 2 red nylon and 1 more secure plastic loop for the red nylon. 5) There is a pocket behind the gray mesh backing of the backpack. It is the perfect place to store a water bladder. It may be for this reason that the zipper on the first side expands the backpack outwards rather than constricting it. 6) The "draw bridge" on the chest pack is pretty sturdy once it has been Fly hooks can be placed in the chest pack with one hand, without having to support the door with the other hand. 7) The main compartment has a zippered lining inside the pocket - this will make it easier to push hooks in. In addition to the slit for attaching the chest pack to a belt, the gray mesh backing of the pack has a slit for holding keys and other items. Lastly, here are some additional 1) It is not a full-sized backpack like a school bag. This is not such a bad thing, since it would remain above the water even when I am in waist-deep water. Although I am a tall guy (6'4"), you shorter people may have a different experience you can see on the midsection sides of the backpack do not hold the outer most part of the backpack It is all gray in that pocket. A gray pocket is sewn to the outside of the backpack, and it is the last compartment of the 2) The chest pack cannot be mounted on the backpack by using the clip system. it is pretty easy to attach it to a carabiner in some fashion. 4) The chest pack's neck strap and midsection strap are not hookable and need to be completely unclipped and placed inside the connector system on the backpack. 5) There are four thick nylon loops on each side of the chest pack, two on each side. They don't extend very far, but they're ideal for hooking forceps, rod clips, and other high-quality items with a carabiner. Items that you can use. 6) On the very outermost part of the chest pack and the backpack, there is a mesh net of elastic mesh. I like it because I can stick temporary items in it without worrying about them falling out when the pocket is opened. 1) The chest pack cannot be cinched up to your chest area with Since the strap is so short, only the stomach area will be able to hang from it. as long as it's attached to a backpack, it will sit up around your chest. 8) The main compartment is quite spacious, but not excessively so. Don't fill up your bag with unnecessary items. The interior is pretty spacious, I can fit a small fly box, tippets and leader lines, my phone/car keys, sun screen, bug spray, and a couple of tools in it. 9) The chest pack's "draw bridge" compartment is quite small and you won't be able to put much else in it, except for flies. Thanks for taking the time to read my review! If you found it helpful, please give it I thank you and wish you a Happy Fishing!.
For the front pockets, there is no removable foam fly patch. However, the zipper pull is still functional. As others have noted, the zipper pull is on the left side. The application is something I am looking forward to using. It was given 3 stars since foam fly patches were missing. Update
I was contacted by Maxcatch on my own volition after reading my review. Currently they are shipping me replacement fly patches as well as a couple of extra goodies in appreciation This is amazing! Taking care of your customers is what you should be doing. *Update we've been upgraded to 5 stars. I have thoroughly tested the vest now that I've worn it extensively. You can wear the vest all day long, since it is very comfortable. Because it is durable, I usually spend 10 minutes a day using it Most trips, this vest is worn 12 hours and has not shown any signs of wear so far. Besides wearing it with a backpack, it is quite comfortable.
Only one In the course of the day, the nylon straps for the shoulders adjust themselves and become loose. The fix is, after I sew the straps together, I'll get them where I want them to be.
Despite being an angler, I did not get this to fish, but rather to use as an alternative to my Having had major neck and back surgery last year, I cannot wear an ordinary backpack without a great deal of discomfort. Since the emergency bag is a relatively heavy pack, I sought a compromise where the weight was distributed evenly throughout the pack. Having read the reviews and taken note of the durability issues described by other buyers, I took a chance and ordered it anyway, knowing I could return it if need be. There are a lot of great features to the vest I made it! This thing has no slack in the stitching, and there isn't a single loose thread anywhere! I pulled and stretched just about every seam on it, and there wasn't any slack Not only is the fabric thick, but it isn't Lots of pockets to be found! Although I had only added a modest amount of weight to my vest, it quickly became uncomfortable on my shoulders and neck As I said earlier, I had an incredible amount of hardware screwed into eight levels of my C & D There are still a lot of issues that I'm dealing with after getting T spine surgery. My disability prevents me from keeping this bad boy. However, if I wasn't accommodated for this condition, I would use it for fishing and as an alternative to a I did not notice any faults with the sizing, nor did the straps fail to stay in place when I had enough weight in it (I cannot speak to how well the straps would stay in place if I had heavy responsibilities). There is no doubt in my mind that I would recommend this to others.
In two of the front pockets, the seams are all out, so one pocket flaps around instead of folding down and being stitched in place. Two tethers can be found on the other pocket to help hold it There is also a tether in pocket #1, but the construction was clearly rushed and there is way too much slack around the tether. Additionally, there are two long tethers and one longer one, despite their lengths matching. It's not held on the right side of the strap as well. The buckle is too large for the strap, and I tried playing with it. Therefore, the strap falls to the ground all the way.
There's no doubt that it's an attempt to replicate the content. The bag is fantastic. There's no doubt that this is an attempt to duplicate the successes of Fishpond's Summit Sling Fly Fishing Pack. The Fishpond pack did remarkably well, and at 60 percent less cost. On the water, it is incredibly useful. Remember to always run the sling over your right shoulder and then to rotate the bottom under your left arm, then to your stomach, where you can unzip and lay out the "fly work table", then close the sling. You can easily carry a drink in the bottom pouch and tie down the cap with the tie downs. There will be more accessories added to this.
There is room for my lunch and some drinks in the back, so it is very comfortable to wear. As a vest, it seems to be very lightweight, but it is very well constructed. There is no problem using one-hand zippers and none of the zippers have given me problems so far. These are great for salmon fisherman, but I wish they made one for them as well. The vest has been helpful but dry fly boxes cannot be used with baitcasting for salmon. I'm still standing in the middle of a river with waiders and the vest is still useful.