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Old 08-01-2007, 09:09 AM
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What essentials do you pack into the woods?

Backpack w/:
Safety harness
Extra release
Armguard to hold back clothing
TP in ziplock bag
rubber field dressing gloves
pull rope
2 knives
limb pruners
walkie talkie
cell phone
head net/cover
realtree ez bow hanger
compass
light gloves w/ release finger tip trimmed off
pack of handwarmers
(depending on temps.. these will be sufficient down to about freezing)
Primos Buck Roar
Primos "the can".. both of these are useful later in Oct and through the rest of season...
Scent Killer spray (in truck)

Wind indicator
snacks
bottle of water/soda

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Old 08-01-2007, 09:12 AM
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Safety harness
bottle of water/soda
Primos "the can"
cell phone
head net/cover

2 knives

you take a lot of stuff with you
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Old 08-01-2007, 09:19 AM
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Bigjim12.. it's really not that bad... trying to find things to eliminate.. but can't find anything that I don't "need"? Especially when you're going out to the tree stand to sit all day.. or even 1/2 day.
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Old 08-01-2007, 09:23 AM
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ORIGINAL: KBacon

What essentials do you pack into the woods?

Backpack w/:
Safety harness
Extra release
Armguard to hold back clothing
TP in ziplock bag
rubber field dressing gloves
pull rope
2 knives
limb pruners
walkie talkie
cell phone
head net/cover
realtree ez bow hanger
compass
light gloves w/ release finger tip trimmed off
pack of handwarmers
(depending on temps.. these will be sufficient down to about freezing)
Primos Buck Roar
Primos "the can".. both of these are useful later in Oct and through the rest of season...
Scent Killer spray (in truck)

Wind indicator
snacks
bottle of water/soda
WOW!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 08-01-2007, 09:26 AM
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I hunt pretty deep in the woods and if I get lost I have a mini survival pack. Okay, you asked LOL!!

Compass
Walkie Talkie
Toilet Paper
Flint
Lighter
Waterproof matches
Gerber kinfe
Mini Gerber hand saw
poncho
small tarp
mini fist aid kit
survival handbook
3 powerbars
waterpurifier
bug spray
deer call
hand warmer
light sticks
bivey bag (way better than a solar blanket)
200 rounds for my .357 sig
rope
gloves
beanie
GPS
Rangefinder
and a few other things I can't recall

This all fits in a small assault pack from blackhawk with a 100oz hydrastorm for water storageand it not hard to carry.

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Old 08-01-2007, 09:41 AM
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Survival kit in fanny pack

In the back pack I carry:
scent cover spray
knife
small backpacking stove and fuel
small pot and spoon
more matches and lighter
Leatherman Wave
headlamp and batteries (same batteries the GPS and headlamp uses)
GPS and topo maps
100oz water blader, MRS water filter and extra 2 liters blader
sleeping back and pad
a heavy duty survival blanket/tarp
poncho
food
binos, spotting scope, camera and tripod
game bags, rope and some plastic bags
TP and small plastic shovel for the cathole
extra socks and cloths
Bear spray

All I can think of right now...
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Old 08-01-2007, 09:41 AM
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Safety Harness
Cell phone
Gerber knife
Head net/cover
Deer calls
Wind indicator
Pull rope

These are just a few of the things i can think of off the top of my head.
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Old 08-01-2007, 11:30 AM
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Safety Harness
Release
Flashlight
Pen
Knife
Bandana (good for cleaning blood off your hands)
bottle of water
candy bars
Extra socks
Deer Scents/Calls/Scent Killer
Binos
Cell Phone
Drag rope
Microsoft Zune (good for the boring times plus it gets the radio so I can listen to the weater)

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Old 08-01-2007, 11:50 AM
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Cord to pull bow up
knife
saw
primos grunt tube
gloves
water

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Old 08-01-2007, 11:54 AM
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ORIGINAL: KBacon

What essentials do you pack into the woods?

Backpack w/:
Safety harness
Extra release
Armguard to hold back clothing
TP in ziplock bag
rubber field dressing gloves
pull rope
2 knives
limb pruners
walkie talkie
cell phone
head net/cover
realtree ez bow hanger
compass
light gloves w/ release finger tip trimmed off
pack of handwarmers
(depending on temps.. these will be sufficient down to about freezing)
Primos Buck Roar
Primos "the can".. both of these are useful later in Oct and through the rest of season...
Scent Killer spray (in truck)

Wind indicator
snacks
bottle of water/soda
You could very easily eliminate the two I bolded above.
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