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I have a Voodoo Mojo with straps which can serve as a tourney bag, longer rounds, etc. when I get there. Right now I am focusing on 9-10 discs to get better form. I don't lugging around the Mojo for this purpose and for the course I play most of the time.

What is a great smaller bag I can throw over the shoulder?

Since I like the Mojo so much I am thinking maybe the JuJu but based on how big the Mojo really is I am concerned the JuJu might be too much bag.

Also considering the Fade Gear Lite. Any others I should be looking at? Looking for something that will last with decent construction as I will probably pass this to my son in a couple of years.
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Old 05-20-2019, 11:16 AM
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I'm not up on all the bags.. I've been using a double nutsac for about 8 years.. Still in great shape. I did glue an extra 2 pockets into the inside. The thing I like most is how you can clip the second pocket together and then it's a single six disc bag too..
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Old 05-20-2019, 12:04 PM
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https://kestreloutdoors.com/collecti...-disc-golf-bag

Found this nutsac knock-off that looks like it would meet my need.
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Ridge Roller has a putter caddy that holds 1 putter, 1 Mid and 2 drivers. Has a sling for your shoulder and pocket for mini and phone. Also can be used on a cart
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Old 05-20-2019, 03:31 PM
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Gorilla Boy's Spider Monkey is certainly something to look into!

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Old 05-20-2019, 04:09 PM
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For me its the Innova Standard Bag. I usually carry 7-8 discs plus one in the outside putter pocket. It has one drink holder plus pockets for snacks and essentials. I have worn one out and am now on my second.

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https://www.innovadiscs.com/disc-golf-bags/standard/

This is the small (12) discs shoulder bag I use. I've had it for years and it still has years left in it. Under $30.

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Get the Juju and be done with it. I use it with 11 discs normally. Great value and exceptional quality.


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Get the Juju and be done with it. I use it with 11 discs normally. Great value and exceptional quality.


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Comfortable and not too bulky to carry over the shoulder with normal strap?
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Comfortable and not too bulky to carry over the shoulder with normal strap?
Yes, I have used it with the normal strap. It was fine. But when I switched to using some light quads (Innova, I think), the bag really became comfortable. It just feels "right" with the quads.

I have a friend with the Gorilla Boy equivalent (Squirrel Monkey maybe), and he also uses quads.
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