Cabela's Advanced Angler Vest

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Cabela's Advanced Angler Vest -
Fish safely and comfortably. This Cabela’s-exclusive USCG-approved Type-III PFD does double-duty as an angler’s vest. It features a front zipper and two buckle straps for a superior custom fit. It has a stand-up collar for neck support and protection. Five pockets organize all kinds of fishing essentials. Imported.
Sizes: S/M, L/XL, 2XL/3XL.
Colors: Tan, Navy, Charcoal. Top 25 Category Product
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Cabela's Advanced Angler Vest Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Good overall vest

The anglers vest is a good alternative for those searching for a vest that fits teens and small adults. The collar is rather high, but with the fold down feature it is very comfortable. Good for when you want to have an added layer on cooler days.
DCR1966 at Cabelas on 12/17/2013

Great fit

I love the way this fits and the storage is great.
BillykIn at Cabelas on 04/27/2012

Kayak vest

Good kayak fishing vest for the money
Cdngearhead at Cabelas on 06/25/2013

Negative Reviews:

Pockets too small for tackle boxes

I bought the Advanced Angle Vest for kayak and canoe fishing. I do a lot of park-and-wade in small and medium rivers and the PFD pockets need to hold tackle for both floating and wading. The biggest box I could squeeze into the larger pockets was a 7 x 4 x 2 Flambeau spinnerbait box.
The Plano #3455 (8.25 x 4.25 x 1.5) stuck out the top. The Plano 3500--holding a day's worth of crankbaits--doesn't even come close to fitting in the large pockets. The two small pockets measure about 4.75 x 3.25. They would be good for small fly boxes only. To make it worse, the pockets are not rectangle; the top-inside corners are curved--reducing the usable height by a good inch-and-a-half. No D-rings, thermometer pocket, tool pocket, or any other feature that an "advanced angler" would look for. Size runs small. XL is stated as chest size 36 to 44 inches. I have a 43-inch chest and it was too tight to wear all day long. Otherwise, it's a decent-quality, standard Type III PFD that you can buy for a lot less money. I'm going to return this and look for a PFD that is designed by an fisherman, rather than a stylist.
LoonFoot at Cabelas on 06/11/2013