First_Gen wrote:I use a fanny pack that is big enough for a few things, yet easy enough to haul around for a day. I think I bought mine at a local sports store.
No need to buy into the heavily commercialized, overly marketed stuff out there. While I tend to be a minimalist in the woods, there shouldn't be a lot you need for a well planned, local hunt.
-Two bottles of water
-Food (high energy candy bars, nuts, protein bars, etc...think quite opening)
-Blaze orange vest
-Self made first aid kit/basic survival kit
-Extra pair of gloves and socks
-Pen, extra broadhead or two, flashlight
Basically keep the stuff you don't plan on using or won't use sealed up and away. Plan how you are going to use certain things during phases of the hunt and "stack" your pack accordingly. Keep the things you will need in easy, quite access.
Hope this helps.
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 12 guests