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    Senior Member Erik Nilsson's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Montview View Post
    12 bumpers? Small ones, I'm guessing?

    Hmmm....very good suggestion.

    This one is different than the old one I had, but does anyone have any feedback on it? It is a bit larger than the Mud River one mentioned above, from the measurements.
    http://www.gundogsupply.com/avprotrainba.html
    I have that bag, for the most part its a good bag. I dont keep any bumpers in it, just a 5 gal or 2 gal bucket for them. Im digging the Drake stuff the more I get into it
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    Erik, I have been known to use buckets as well, but for something I can just grab and run out the door with, that has my electronics and such all organized, I love a good gear bag! One of my other favorites for carrying bumpers is one of those reuseable cloth grocery store wine bags... the ones that you can fit 6 bottles of wine in? I find they work great!
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    I have a couple of the those that are made like a backpack, every year when I go to our Nat sales meeting for work, I pick up a few at the vendor show. I have some really nice ponds that I use for swim by and channel blinds but its a long walk to get to and that style works well. Avery makes a bumper bag which I like the idea because its mesh for drainage and straps to throw over the shoulder but i have problems with it ripping at the seams http://www.gundogsupply.com/avery-bumperbirdbag.html
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    Carrying bag any distance, I prefer these -added bonus has a chair.

    http://compare.ebay.com.au/like/3903...PriceItemTypes
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    I have that Avery bag and like it. Holds alot of stuff with several pockets.
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