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For any of you who might already have one, I was just wondering how big the pocket is. There weren't any dimensions for just the pocket on their site and I was trying to figure out if all my stuff would fit in there.

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The pocket in the Revolution is pretty big, and I can fit a lot of stuff in mine. I'm not positive on the dimensions, but I can get a Lil Dipper in the pocket, along with extra tackle boxes, auger extension, extra line, weights, bait, towel, gloves...just to name a few. Here are a few pictures of my Revolution...

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The Revolution in the pictures above was last years model, and this years model (which will be the one you are getting) is bigger and slightly redesigned to better suit us ice fishermen. So if I can fit all that stuff in the old model, I can't wait to see the new model. The best part about the Revoultion is that it still stays pretty lightweight, even with 6-8 rod/reel combos and all the extra gear.

What do you plan on putting in the Revolution?

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Matt Johnson

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Are these available yet or are we still having to wait? The season is fast approaching.

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Don't hold me to this, but I believe they will be ready to go within the next 2 weeks.

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You can order them on the Stone Legacy website right now and you will recieve your order no later than November 1, but I would expect it to be sooner than that as well. Plenty of time before the season kicks off.

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Matt Johnson

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