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Clam Ultimate Ice Backpack

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$129.99
SKU: 158660

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Carry the Clam Ultimate Ice Backpack this winter, and you'll be able to store everything you need for ice fishing! Perfect for hole-hoppers, this backpack is built with a durable 600-denier outer shell to protect your gear while you're hiking to your fishing hot spots. It features enough space to hold a flasher as well as carry your rods, tackle, and other gear. The extra long shoulder straps allow you to wear the Clam Ultimate Ice Backpack comfortably over your parka.


  • Overall Size: 32 x 16 x 10 in.
  • Modular design
  • Durable 600-denier outer shell
  • Protect your rods and gear while hiking into spots
  • Large pockets for carrying tackle and gear
  • Big enough cavity to hold a Vexilar Pro Pack
  • Extra long shoulder straps to wear over a jacket
  • Imported

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7/21/2020 9:39 pm

So much space!!!

by Chen

The best fishing backpack I've ever used/bought. The backpack's main purpose for me was when having to walk a ways or hike to the spot or lake for ice fishing. I can fit an entire marcum M5 lithium shuttle in the big compartment and still have room for a jacket and water bottles. The bottom portion is removable if you dont need it and is where i keep the majority if my tackle boxes. It even came with the rod case which is nice but i do wish it was longer, given that most of my rods are 30"+. The side pocket is also removable and thats where i keep my spools of line. So far, none of the zippers/zipper handles have broken off. I also use this bag for open water and it carrys just about all my gear. The straps are long enough for anyone and are quite comfortable.
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<br>Pros:
<br>extremely spacious
<br>Durable
<br>Comfortable
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<br>Cons: rod case is too short.