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Wild River RECON Lighted Compact Tackle Backpacks

Wild River RECON Lighted Compact Tackle Backpacks

Description

The Wild River RECON Lighted Compact Tackle Backpacks have the capacity to hold up to 4 small trays.

Features

  • Protective rain cover can be quickly deployed to keep your bag contents safe
  • Large adjustable padded shoulder straps for added comfort
  • Clear internal pocket to keep your maps and licenses visible but dry
List Price
$129.99
Your Price
$101.86
In Stock

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The Recon is Wild River's compact tackle backpack. A smaller version of our Nomad, this backpack can easily go anywhere. It comes with an integrated LED light system that allows you to see in the backpack, or your work surface, when the sun goes down. And it has a removable plier holder and retractable lanyard to keep your tools at the ready. The Recon has the capacity to hold up to four 3500-series trays.

Features:

LED LIGHT

  • Integrated LED light system allows for fishing from dusk to dawn
    TRAY STORAGE
  • Storage of up to four #3500-style or two #3600-style trays
    RAIN COVER
  • Protective rain cover can be quickly deployed to keep your bag contents safe
    PLIER HOLDER
  • Removable plier holder goes from bag to belt so your pliers are easy to find
    RETRACTABLE LANYARD
  • Removable self-retracting steel cable lanyard for clippers or small tools
    WEB LOOPS
  • Web loops to secure tools
    MESH POCKETS
  • Mesh pockets allow you to easily view contents
    SHOULDER STRAPS
  • Large adjustable padded shoulder straps for added comfort
    CLEAR POCKET
  • Clear internal pocket to keep your maps and licenses visible but dry
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