Jank wrote:I'm looking for small backpack (something like a camel back) or looking to modify one that will hold 6-10 discs. I was hoping there was something out there that looks better than a rectangular block bag with shoulder straps on it.
Given how few discs you are looking to carry you don't need a bag designed for disc golf. Any bag which fits well will do. At resale shops you can pick up backpacks for $5 or less. Given how tough we are on bags and how often we drop them on the dirt, mud, snow, etc. does it matter if it starts out as new?
On the other hand the more discs you carry the more shots you will take in practice. So if you practice then purposely get a bigger bag and fill it up. Since going to a cart I have carried more discs and consequently got more incidental practice shots in.
The camelbacks I have seen seem poorly suited for disc carrying. The water bladders are positioned such as to take up too much room and leave little space for other stuff. Besides, the water bladders and tubes are too difficult to clean. A plastic water bottle is easy to carry and clean and replace with a new one as needed.