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    Was thinking of getting this pack. Going to use it for short trips and long trips as well. Do you think this pack will do all that? Two packs are not an option for me right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BEETLEGUY View Post
    Was thinking of getting this pack. Going to use it for short trips and long trips as well. Do you think this pack will do all that? Two packs are not an option for me right now.
    Same sort of question. Would this pack be big enough for a 10 day backpack hunt for elk?

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    blue widow pack

    the Blue widow is an awesome pack. The most comfortable load carrier i've tried and its been a bunch. I also used it as a day pack for my elkhunt last year as i was conserving gear and only used one pack. I packed all my gear in it for a 10 day hunt easily(mre's, clothes, isobutane, knife, gps, compass,lights, stove, etc.) As a day pack you really don't notice the little added weight once the bulls are screaming. I normally use a sitka day pack. Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	1341 It also saved a long hike back to spike camp to get a meat hauler. I used it with the zip-on added storage and its absolutely awesome. i will never own a badlands again, i've have had 3 and all broke zippers and left me with trouble in the backcountry.( good warranty but i'm done with them)

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    blue widow pack

    I used the attachable super spike duffel for the additional storage needed for a 10 day hunt. Once in camp you just detach it and leave it in camp. I would recommend the rain cover also.

 

 

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