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Elkhorn Lumbar Pack

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review



Why We Like The Fishpond Elkhorn Lumbar Pack

With so many miles of water to fish, we need something light and comfortable to carry our gear—something like the Fishpond Elkhorn Lumbar Pack. Light with plenty of packability, it features a water-resistant main compartment, an external stash pocket for easy access, and attachment points for tippet holders, retractors, floatant, and other tools and accessories. New for 2023, the Elkhorn wears comfortably with an adjustable shoulder strap and waistband that lets the pack easily swing to the front when we need to access our tools and tackle.


  • Capable lightweight system for a full day on the water
  • 210-denier nylon is abrasion-resistant for durability
  • Integrated net slot for convenient net access
  • Velcro patch (Tacky Fly Dock not included)
  • 2 mesh bottle holders (bottles not included)
  • Two compression straps to attach a rain shell or rod tube
  • Minimalist tool attachments on shoulder strap and external chains
  • Cyclepond fabric made from recycled fishnets
  • Item #FSHC052
Responsible Collection
Cyclepond (210D recycled nylon)
5L (305cu in)
Hydration Compatible
bottle holders
Reservoir Included
1 zippered main, 1 zippered front
11 x 8.5 x 4.5in
Claimed Weight
1lb 3oz
fly fishing
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5 based on 1 ratings

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Colby MGearhead
5 out of 5 stars

December 21, 2023

My Favorite Smaller Fishing Pack

I've put it through the wringer

I've run the gambit of every pack under the sun, and this is ultimately my favorite general fishing bag. It comfortably holds my 3 Tacky fly boxes, 2 fly pucks, and all of your essentials (leaders, indicators, splitshot, etc) with no issues. I have it set up with the fishpond tippet holder which is super nice. I generally carry a 32oz Nalgene and some snacks in the water bottle pockets, and the weight seems to distribute well. Even on long hikes in and out, the pack continues to be super comfortable.