One of my favourite forms of fishing is being right on, or even in, the water with fish like cod, trout and bass as the quarry.
Streamside travel is interesting and rewarding and is a unique form of fishing. Everything you require for the excursion needs to be carried and there’s no better way of carrying it than with a well fitting and versatile back pack, such as one from the Lowepro range.
The top of the range water proof Lowepro Drizone Rover has a lot going for it: Firstly, it’s quite large at around 18L overall capacity; secondly, it’s tough – it is constructed from a very robust water resistant outer fabric that can be scuffed and scraped with little detriment to it’s fine appearance; and thirdly, it’s darn comfort – its adjustable back pack harness features padded and contoured shoulder straps plus a padded waist belt.
It’s also equipped with a series of compartments. It can keep your belongings safe and dry in the Drypod pocket, as well as being a handy storage for your fishing needs. The removable zippered pouch is also great for stowing personal items, or terminal tackle within a snag proof bag or container.
There is also a useful Hydrapack hydration system within the Drizone Rover which means water, via the system’s tube, is available on demand as one moves about.
Overall, this back pack is a very useful bit of gear and certain to last the distance. Lowepro have been involved with the manufacture of top shelf photography accessories for many years and the name is synonymous with quality.
A lifetime limited warranty applies to each of the three waterproof back packs within the extensive Lowepro range on display at Photo Continental.Reads: 2008