Re: What do you use for rear support?
I like the Holland bag, and use it frequently. The advantage to it is that it has 3 sides that allow for quick elevation adjustment. The other good thing about it is that i can carry it in a BDU-style leg pocket comfortably--it's just small enough. I walk miles in prairie country hunting coyotes in the winter, but never carry a pack. I need the most efficent system of portablility i can come up with, and i think i have it now--lots of pockets is the secret to it, IMO. I can kill a coyote miles from the truck and haul it to the closest fence post, skin it and continue hunting and not get thirsty either. The key to developing a good system is comfort. If u get back to your vehicle after hunting the required time u need to and be thristy or uncomfortable (not tired), you're doing it right.