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Old 05-13-2013, 11:27 AM   #1
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Kelty Cache Hauler

Anyone have any experience with this pack as far as carrying?
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Old 05-14-2013, 08:11 AM   #2
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Edb, I have no experience with this pack, but I think you could get some answers on the "backpack hunting" forum on 24hourcampfire.com.
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Old 05-16-2013, 09:22 PM   #3
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Edb, I have no experience with this pack, but I think you could get some answers on the "backpack hunting" forum on 24hourcampfire.com.
A lot of information and just the sorts needed. Thanks for the inside tip!
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No problem, another good site for that kind of hunting info is Rokslide.com, those guys are really into that kind of hunting. I'll never hunt that extreme, but those guys inspire me to at least work out.
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You were kicking around buying that pack a year ago, weren't you? I posted a reply regarding a Kelty Super Tioga, which I believe is a similar pack to the one pictured above. Did you go to Idaho last season to hunt?
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You were kicking around buying that pack a year ago, weren't you? I posted a reply regarding a Kelty Super Tioga, which I believe is a similar pack to the one pictured above. Did you go to Idaho last season to hunt?
Yes, I think that was me? Waiting for the price to come down on the pack. Looks like a practical solution for what I have in mind.

Once in awhile Backcountry Edge has a special on the this model but I never seem to have the money at that time of sale.

As for making it out to Idaho, I didn't of course. But the way things are going I wouldn't throw away the idea of actually moving to Idaho!

Kelty has reintroduced the Tioga series again with it's huge cubic inches, something like 5600cu.? Nice pack as well, but the Cache has a brace for hauling quarters of beast.
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http://www.adkforum.com/showthread.php?t=16999

You are correct. My pack does not have the fold down shelf. I have to lash quarters to it, which has never been a problem. The bag removes and reattaches easily. These packs have to be the most comfortable way to carry a load. I do own an internal frame pack and use it for rock climbing. It is comfortable (relatively) with up to about 40 pounds in it. Anytime I am not rock climbing and have to carry more than a fanny pack, I go to the Kelty.
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You are correct. My pack does not have the fold down shelf. I have to lash quarters to it, which has never been a problem. The bag removes and reattaches easily. These packs have to be the most comfortable way to carry a load. I do own an internal frame pack and use it for rock climbing. It is comfortable (relatively) with up to about 40 pounds in it. Anytime I am not rock climbing and have to carry more than a fanny pack, I go to the Kelty.
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