Sling Choke

Waterfowl : Timber
(8 Reviews)

The Sling Choke pack offers a minimal design for maximum versatility. At almost 800 cubic inches total internal volume, you can wear it on the front when packing in decoys or blind, or on your back during the hunt. The cross angle strap won’t impede shouldering a shotgun, and allows quick access to contents without removal.

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Features & Benefits

Sling Design

Ergonomically designed to be worn front or back, the single strap design stays put even when shouldering a shotgun and swivels from front to back to grab gear on the go without having to set the pack down.

Fowl Noose System

Eight removable nooses make quick work of your bag limit.

Beverage Sleeve

Keep your hot or cold beverage easily accessible with the adjustable divider in the main compartment.

Durable Water Repellent Finish

The DWR finish resists light precipitation and prevents the face fabric from wetting out.

Product Comments

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Lance Geren | 04. 18. 19
I replaced my blind bag after 12 years. I hunt public land and early season when you may have to walk to flooded areas that the birds are using this was great. The different pockets made it easy to access all your gear and there’s enough space for everything. The bag stays put with the waist buckle and this is key as most know when you are accessing those hard to reach places of the marsh you don’t want it moving around too much.
Jon | 10. 21. 18
I like this bag quite a bit. I have loaded it with as many as 3 boxes of shells, but 2 really boxes fit perfectly, especially if you add in a thermos. Still it had room for gloves, calls, hats, etc. the only thing I would tweak would be the main strap where it joins the waist belt. The angle needs to be changed a little to make it lay flatter, but I’m nitpicking at that point. I also used it as a personal item on the plane and they didn’t make me count it as a carry on, so with a little clever packing you can avoid checking a bag.
Andy Carver | 09. 25. 18
Great everyday dog training pack. Too small for me to use as a blind bag, for most it would be fine. Can carry 1-2 boxes of shells, calls, gloves, hat.. I personally need to carry more than 2 boxes of shells in my blind bag.
RB | 04. 06. 18
Second the request for either ambidextrous or lefty option.
Sean Sexsmith | 11. 12. 17
Used the bag for a few hunts this season. I purchased it to replace a lowepro sling camera bag that was used as my blind and camera bag. The bag has three compartments. The smallest fits my keys and wallet/hunting license, the second fits 2 pair of mojo wings, a thin pair of gloves, and the gopro. There is some padding between the 2nd and 3rd layer, and I have jammed a dslr with a small lense in a he 2nd compartment when the other items arent there. I have put 3 boxes of shells in the bottom of the main compartment. I used the beverage sleeve to hold my dslr with a 300 mm lense, and put my sitka callers glove in there with my delta wading jacket. When not huntng the bag has enough room to hold my delta pant and jacket inside the main compartment. I have used the fowl noose system to pack out 5 mallards. It worked well, but i havent loaded it down with 8 birds yet. Bag is good size and fits between your legs n the layout blind. It functions as a blind/camera bag. If Sitka were to hire me to redesgn the bag, i would put a partition in the middle of the large compartment so I could keep my shell boxes separate from the remander of gear, and in my case, my camera. I would also put the mesh drink sleeve on the outside side of the bag, on the opposite side from the zippers. This would open up a ton of room in the bag. Overall good piece of kit, and is my new blind bag.
William | 08. 20. 17
Would be nice to be ambi or have a left handed version.
Andy | 08. 04. 17
Please make this in black and other colors. This would be great for work (military, black is authorized) and it would be perfect in Subalpine for carrying with a tree stand on your back.
TL | 07. 11. 17
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