Editors' Picks: The best new stuff for sportsmen

A flashlight that doesn't need batteries, an easy-off treble hook, a backpack for serious fishermen, a pruner from Leatherman, a new kind of duct tape, and more!

Field & Stream Online Editors

NO PLIERS REQUIRED
The tapered notch at the top of the Magic Eye easily slides between the wires of a split ring. Four for $6; 253-922-8373; gamakatsu.com

ESCAPE ARTIST
When banks get crowded, take off upstream with your gear on your back. This 23-inch pack is big enough for waders and has two drop-down pockets for tools and utility boxes. $90; 800-456-6647; gloomis.com

POCKET THIS
Leatherman's Vista hunting pruner is nine of your favorite tools in one. Available in June. $80; 800-847-8665; www.leatherman.com

STICK IT
The Gorilla Glue company now makes duct tape. Enough said. $10; 800-966-3458; gorillatape.com

BED ROLL
Lined with Primaloft, the world's most thermally efficient insulation, the Sidekick 40 stuffs down to the size of a bread loaf. $90; sierradesigns.com

PACK LIGHT
Don't get caught in the dark with dead batteries ever again. Wind the self-powered RotoGlo for 60 seconds and get one hour of light, whenever you need it most. The three LED bulbs last for 10,000 hours. Two for $20; 952-928-4250; rotoglo.com

SIZE IT UP
Big guys need big gear in sizes near impossible to find. These quick-dry zip-off pants come in L¿¿¿5X. $45; 203-740-8490; thehuskyangler.com