There are quite a few good options for pouches out there, and you can find one to fit your needs almost perfectly. There are pouches with built in cartridge holders, pockets for range finders, tags, etc. There are several good places to start like FHF gear and Alaska Guide Creations. I've used the Badlands pouch before, and it worked fine, but I found that a lot of my stuff would fall out when I would let the lid hang open with its particular style. You don't have to break the bank either, last year I used one marketed by Hornady, which is similar to some others, offers great weather protection, and has several pockets. On my sheep hunt last year, I carried my rangefinding bino, a pocket knife, my tags, a lens cloth, chapstick, and eight rounds of ammunition. That pouch sells for only $32 and it worked great.