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NRS Padded Shoulder Sling




The Padded Shoulder Sling is compatible with NRS Outfitter Bag, NRS Purest Duffel, NRS System 5 bag and the NRS Canyon Bag. Size: 59" max length. 2.5" wide nylon strap. Adjustable.

Price : $ 9.949999999999999


NRS Padded Shoulder Sling Loading...

Dry Bags and Gear Checklist

Get a bag larger than you need : At least 1/3 of the dry bag will be "empty", even when full, so get one larger than you think you need.
Make sure you have a small, separate one for all those pesky little things : Such as keys, wallet, snack, the list is endless....
Protect Your Electronics! If you take electronic items out on the river, protect them...rivers and iPods are a poor mix.
Don't forget the rope. You need something to lash dry bags down to your raft or canoe. And keep it lashed at ALL times!!
See Through Bag? No privacy for your stuff, and it looks bad, but it's highly functional. Especially handy for smaller bags you go in and out of frequently.

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The Jefferson River : Primarily a brown trout river, the Jefferson River is often ignored by anglers due to its location close to several other major rivers.


The Yellowstone River : The Yellowstone is one of the premiere rivers in Montana, and boasts some of the finest trout fishing in the state.


The Missouri River : The Missouri River, especially below Holter Dam, has some of the finest trout fishing anywhere in Montana.


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