Daypacks for Coyote Hunting

3 Best Daypacks for Coyote Hunting

Daypacks for Coyote Hunting

When going hunting, it is important that you ensure you are fully prepared for the trip. Whether you are going for a few hours or a day-long trip, you want to make sure that you take a few items with you on the trip. There is more to hunting than just a gun, you need first aid kit, snacks, water, and other items that will aid you on the trip. With that said, you don’t want to be caring these things on their own so you need a bag that allows you to carry these items with ease. Hunting daypacks allow you to easily carry things you need for your hunting trip.

Shopping for a daypack is not easy. There are a wide variety of daypacks out there and it is important for you to know which is suitable for you. When buying a daypack, you need to consider the following:

Size for storage space

Material used to make the daypack

Cost

Keeping these factors in mind, we have selected the 3 best daypacks for you to take on your coyote hunting trip.

Allen Company 19099 Pagosa Daypack

Allen Company 19099 Pagosa Daypack

Our rating: 4.7 out of 5                            Cost:$$

Pros

  • Quiet spacious, 1800 cubic inches
  • Waterproof material
  • Durable design with padded back and shoulder pads

Cons

  • The zippers weren’t as quiet as we would have liked

The 19099 Pagosa Daypack by Allen Company provides great comfort with convenience for both short and longer hunting trips. It may not seem exceptionally spacious but for it’s size the 19099 Pagosa is quite spacious. With the capacity of 1800 cubic inches, you can easily fit in all the items you would need for your hunting trip. From things to coyote lure to your first aid kit, just incase you get hurt on the trip. Comfort is important when you are out in the wild and this daypack comes with back support and shoulder pads, so there isn’t too much strain on your shoulder or back.

As far as durability goes, the daypack is made with 240g brushed tricot fabric so it doesn’t tear easily. It is also waterproof so everything within the bag stays dry. You have 2 additional pockets for water bottles and waist and chest straps so the bag is easily secured to you. Overall, the 19099 Pagosa Daypack is a wonderful companion on your hunting trip, providing comfort and plenty space for you to take everything you need on your hunting trip.

ALPS OutdoorZ Dark Timber Day Pack

ALPS OutdoorZ Dark Timber Day Pack

Our rating: 4.6 out of 5                            Cost: $


Pros

  • Spacious bag, 2200 cubic inches
  • Padded shoulder and waist belt
  • Durable design

Cons

  • Not enough padding on the back for longer trips

For it’s size and cost, the ALPS OutdoorZ Dark Timber Day Pack is quite a steal. It’s not far behind on quality either and hence it is on our top 3 list of daypacks. With a storage capacity of 2200 cubic inches, you have plenty of room in this bag to take anything you would need for your day long hunting trip. There are so many pockets on this daypack that you will probably run out of items to put in them. The back padding isn’t as padded as we would have liked but the shoulder and waist belt are well padded.

Overall, the ALPS OutdoorZ Dark Timber Day Pack provides enough room for you to easily pack for a day long hunting trip. It is well made and will surely last you years of hunting which makes it a wonderful buy.

Badlands Superday Camouflage Hunting Backpack

Badlands Superday Camouflage Hunting Backpack

Our rating: 4.5 out of 5                            Cost: $$$$

Pros

  • Stealthy design
  • Well padded bag, very comfortable
  • Spacious design, 1950 cubic inches

Cons

  • Expensive

If you are looking for the ultimate daypack for your trip then the Badlands Superday Camouflage is it. It is on the expensive side but provides enough features to make it a worthwhile investment. With a storage space of around 1950 cubic inches and 7 pockets, you can easily store supplies for your trip in this bag. What we really liked about this bag is how comfortable it was to carry. The bag sort of adopts itself to the shape of your back so you can carry it with ease, there is no stiffness to it and it is well padded. The zippers and everything is quite stealthy, so they don’t make a lot of noise which is great for hunting.

Overall, the Badlands Superday Camouflage is a worthy investment but it is definitely a bag for those that go on frequent hunting trip rather than those that go once in awhile.