The Patatgonia Stormfront Pack pictured above is a fully waterproof back pack that has many uses for fly anglers. The obvious features are a fully waterproof zipper, and external strap for a rod tube. Included inside the bag is a removable gear divider perfect for reels, cameras or fly boxes. The back pack straps are also removable, and feature a mesh pocket for a hydration bladder. Inside the pack is a small zippered pocket perfect for preventing keys, sunglasses or other small items from getting lost inside. The pack has a number of D-rings for connecting items or securing the bag to a boat, roof rack, etc. Aside from being a great boat bag, this backpack is ideal for trips to the tropics, and keeps sand or water away from cameras or clothing. I’ve taken mine bonefishing a few times and the bag protected my cameras from sand, downpours, and kayaking out to flats miles from shore. I use the pack locally for floats, since my raft is self bailing and water may splash in at times. The shop has sold a number of these packs, and many are in high demand for anglers fishing locally or destination bound. A lot of people use the pack to store vests, small packs, fly boxes and anything else they want to keep organized in the trunk of a car. The Stormfront design has changed a little from the one pictured above, with the new pack featuring a 840-denier double polyurethane-coated nylon fabric. We like to highlight some of the best gear available, and this pack is great for anglers for a number of uses.