Cabela's Women's Willow Creek Vest

Priced: $29.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 1 review.
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Cabela's Willow Creek Vest -
One of the best values in fly-fishing vests, the Willow Creek makes an ideal choice for both beginner and expert anglers. It has two large zippered cargo and seven hook-and-loop close pockets on the outside of the front. Four pockets on the interior (two zippered) hold tools, a wallet, sunglasses or other essentials. Full-length zippered compartment on the back secures rain gear, lunch or other bulky items. Use the three D rings for attaching tools and a net. Rib-knit collar adds comfort. Machine washable. 100% polyester. Imported.
Sizes: S-L.
Color: Light Driftwood.
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WOMANS SMALL- VERY NICE

I bought this for my very petite, 4'-4", 12 years old grandaughter. It fits well and looks nice, important to young ladies. Its one fault is that the 4 small front pockets, the ones in which jars of salmon eggs are usually carried, are just a little too small. She has only tried the Power Bait Egg, her favorite bait, plastic jars. Beyond that she loves this beautiful and well-made vest and would NOT agree to returning it, perhaps because yesterday, her first day to use it, she was extremely lucky and caught 4 times as many trout as I did. She said she will use the zippered pockets for her bait jars.
I rarely argue with her or her mother about such things.
fishpapa at Cabelas on 07/18/2013