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    Kace

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    Do You Use BELTS/POUCHES or VESTS?

    I was just wondering about this...I primarily use Fly Fishing or Turkey Hunting Vests while Detecting. I have the belts and pouches but Vests to me have Everything I need in a much more comfortable and a place for everything set up and D Rings because I use lanyards on all my tools as to not forget them. I usually do put my digger on the belt, it's hooked to the lanyard on the belt though.

    I also use retractable fly fishing tool spools for a loupe or magnifier that pin to the vest. Anyone else do this?

    Using the Turkey Vest, the pocket that would hold a box call is perfect and secure for a pin pointer. Pockets galore for bottles and smalls and the back is great for trash.

    I hunt a lot of low light areas and even though I have a hat with lights in the bill of it... I use the Panther Button Lamp (they come with great adhesion) on my Detector Box and on the hat I Velcro one to the underside of my hat bill for use while digging. These are Small But Super Bright! Great Stocking Stuffers. Anyone else use these?

    Kace

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    i only take what will fit in my pockets,digger,screwdriver,pin pointer.bottle of water,anymore than that that i would just lose it.
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    I have a belt with two bags and a pinpoiter holster. The muck I hunt in would ruin a nice vest.

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    Just dig it

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    Garrett bag is working good for me.its on a belt and holds my whites knife and pun pointer

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    Tool belt with it's own tool pouch and a nail pouch, sometimes i go with just the nail pouch though if i only carry a pinpointer and trowel. If i bring my shovel and handpick i need more room for hand tools. Depends on what you're doing that day. And where.
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    We need a pic of your "get-up" Kace...all put together...I myself just use a leather nail/tool pouch and everything attaches to it...
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    For dirt digging I use this:

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    Simple and easy to manipulate during digs.

    For Water Hunting I use this:

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    Inexpensive, but finished my 2nd year with and believe I'll be purchasing another just like it following my 3rd year with it.
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    R.T

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    Been using the same .99 nail apron I got at Lowe’s hardware 3 years ago. One pocket for trash and the other for keepers. I use the holster the pinpointer came with. Works great so far.HH

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    I mainly use a nail apron unless I gotta hike a ways, then I take my finds pouch.

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    Sorry Honey, I can’t. I’ve got plans with my metal detector.

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    The Garrett Camp pouch is my standard, but I got the bomb sheath, fly fishing vest, and a stupid supply of multi pocketed cargo shorts courtesy of my employer.
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    Classic car lover

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    i use a camouflage pack for my water,batteries,22 bullets,and radio. i carry a 22 six-shooter on my property around here and i use a fanny pack for my finds i'm asking for a new finds pouch for Christmas

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    I use an apron that has three pockets and I have my small digger in a case on one side and my pinpointer in its case on the other side of the apron string.
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    I wear a hoody most of the time I detect. The belly pocket is like the Swiss Army knife of pockets, its all I need.

    Occasionally I will wear a finds pouch.....
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    Gare or Gary

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    I have a couple vests. One is blaze orange for the deer seasons I keep extra batteries for pinpointers (always carry 2) Couple of brushes. Water bottle, Lighted magnifying glass,cell phone, gps Rugger 380, note pad an d business cards
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    normx2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coil-2-Soil View Post
    Been using the same .99 nail apron I got at Lowe’s hardware 3 years ago. One pocket for trash and the other for keepers. I use the holster the pinpointer came with. Works great so far.HH
    Agree, I've tried almost all of the custom pouches but went back to the dollar nail apron and the bomb sheath combination digger/pin pointer I've used for years. I don't like extra weight of a side pouch getting in the way of my swing or just being in the way in general. Nor do I wear camo anything, in 20 years of hunting I've yet to spook a relic, they just stay where they are pretty much.

 

 
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