William Joseph Amp pack. As you can see I attached a clip-on zinger to the base of the one shoulder strap to hold some retractable tools.
my small Plano fly box in here...but it would also be perfect to hold a map, small stream notebook, or if you prefer, a small flask.
There's also an adjustable shoulder strap. In trying it on I found the most comfortable position is at hip level on my lower back, sort of like a sling. It keeps everything out of the way while fishing, but with a quick swing to the front makes everything accessible when you need it. The only issue is that it's just a nylon strap, no cushioning in the neck/shoulder area like many fishing packs have. It could irritate your neck after a while. I'll figure out a way to "MacGyver" a solution to that.
Here are the full specs as listed on the retail header card:
This little pack carries everything my Amp pack did with plenty of room to spare. As you can see from my pics, the pockets are far from full. In my opinion, for $20 you can't lose. Worst case, if you don't like it for fishing you can still use it for it's intended use, travel. Unfortunately, it doesn't appear as if the bag is on the Eddie Bauer website at this time, so you'll have to visit one of their retail stores if you want to check one out in person. Good work outta you EB webmaster...
DISCLAIMER:The bag tested in this product review was bought by me at full $19.99 retail; I currently hold no association with Eddie Bauer whatsoever. As with all independent gear reviews at Troutrageous!, I try my best to keep my reviews honest and unbiased. If something is good, it deserves applause; if it sucks, I'll let you know that too. I was born, raised, & currently live in the Philadelphia area - it's in my DNA to boo, throw snowballs, and taser where appropriate.