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Savage Gear Specialist Rucksack

Savage Gear Specialist Rucksack

I have owned my Savage Gear Rucksack for quite some time now.


I have not been disappointed with my purchase.

Savage Gear Specialist Rucksack

See below the main features of this bag:

Key Features

  • practical, affordable no-nonsense luggage
  • Designed for the modern lure angler
  • 600D top quality Non-rip Fabric
  • Ergonomic padded handles and straps
  • Saltwater proof oversized zippers
  • Quality Boxes and accessories
  • Dimensions: 40cm x 38cm x 23cm

    So starting with this bag it comes with 3 tackle boxes for the bottom area of the bag. These will also fit in the top if needed.
Tackle boxes in the bottom compartment.

When opening the top there is plenty of space for all important items when wandering the bank looking for those hungry fish.

Top compartment open

Savage Gear Specialist Rucksack

The bag has two generous side pockets for storing a multitude of items needed when out fishing.

Side pockets open

The rucksack also features nice large comfortable straps for those long fishing sessions, saving on getting a sore back.

It also has a strap that joins the two shoulder straps together taking more pressure of the main straps and spreading the load across the body more effectively.

Nice comfy straps

In addition to the above. The top and bottom compartment also have a flap that can be opened from the top.

Making it one large bag, If you should so wish. This rucksack is extremely versatile and as with all Savage Gear products very well-designed for the end-user.

The rucksack also has loops on the front, one pair either side.


Allowing for two rods or a rod and a net to be carried, whilst still having your hands free to make those important casts as and when the fish show and jump in the water.

rods or nets on the back

All in all, these are great rucksacks.

I would highly recommend them to anyone who spends a lot of time stalking and spinning for pike around the lakes and up and down the river.

Thanks…


Harley@proanglerkayak.fishing…

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