Giveaway: Hunting & Fishing Bags from Wilderness Pack Specialties

Giveaway: Hunting & Fishing Bags from Wilderness Pack Specialties

August 25, 2019

Made in the USA, Tough and Guaranteed to Last
We'll Have 3 Winners! This is a $725 Giveaway.

These packs are not just assembled in the US, they are 100% Berry Compliant. That means literally everything in the pack was made domestically. Wilderness Pack Specialties takes pride in not only making a product here, it also believes in making something you can't destroy. Seriously: Multiple aspects of these bags are guaranteed to be unbreakable.


If It Does Break, Wilderness Pack Specialties Fixes It. No Questions.
As if the quality of the packs wasn't enough, they come with an incredible warranty to boot. Both of the bags we're giving away have such coverage.

The First Giveaway: 2 Salmon Bags ($202 Each)
This heavy-duty bag is designed to keep your fish fresh in a compact area. The system is made from 18-ounce PVC vinyl, Nylon strapping and lined with 1/2″ close cell foam for year-round use. Each bag comes equipped with drain plugs, carry handles and sewn-in web loops to help keep it securely attached inside your boat. These bags are designed for those with success and a full freezer in mind, and will last a lifetime.

  • 20 x 45 inch Salmon Bag
  • 1/2” close celled foam
  • 18 oz vinyl
  • Sewn-in webbing to attach to boat

One Grand Prize: Impala Pack ($320 Value)
At 2,600 cubic inches, the Impala Frame Pack is a light, comfortable daypack frame system. The perimeter Xenoy composite Rogue frame system, coupled with fully adjustable suspension and harness system, make for a comfortable day afield, even with loads in excess of 60 pounds. The easy-to-adjust torso length suspension fits anyone from 5′- 5″ to 6’–4″ with waistline capabilities from 30″ – 48″.


The Impala's unique suspension design creates more ventilation area on your back. The 15-ounce composite frame keeps weight to a minimum while providing the rigidity necessary for heavier loads. Battle tested in Afghanistan by helicopter assault mountain troops; the Impala has proven to be nearly indestructible.

  • 4.4 lb total pack weight
  • 2,600-cubic-inch pack system
  • Lightweight 15-ounce perimeter Xenoy composite Rouge Frame
  • Built-in Handi-pak bag system
  • 9 pockets for easy gear storage
  • Unbreakable nylon buckles
  • 18″ zippered side pockets for larger gear
  • Gatekeeper Latch System for easy access to holstered gear
  • Easily-adjustable suspension system
  • Fully adjustable wait belt from 30″ – 48″
  • Integrated rifle and bow carrier

Enter for a Chance to Win

Download GoWild, tap the compass and find "Giveaways." Entering is easy from there. You can also just search "Wilderness Pack" and you'll find it.  



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