If you could only bring 2 things to eat or drink in the blind what would it be

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  1. Sault Ste. Marie

    Sault Ste. Marie Elite Refuge Member

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    And food/drink never tastes better than it does in the marsh or in the field.
     
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    drahthaarducker Elite Refuge Member

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    Vienna Sausage and Saltine Crackers.
    Blast from the past
     
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  3. Dehunter

    Dehunter New Member

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    Fresh turkey sub and a thermos of coffee
     
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  4. Woody

    Woody Elite Refuge Member

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    Coffee and Copenhagen.....
     
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    MarshmanDon Senior Refuge Member

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    Gag me with a spoon :yes:no:clap
     
  6. MarshmanDon

    MarshmanDon Senior Refuge Member

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    Bill darn if that don't sound fit for
    A breakfast!
     
  7. bill cooksey

    bill cooksey Elite Refuge Member

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    Big blinds in my part of the world are equipped with kitchens.
     
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  9. bill cooksey

    bill cooksey Elite Refuge Member

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    Is what it is. Takes a lot of ducks when you hunt with 8-12 guys, and that means you are in the blind for long stretches. It's also nice on those great days when you decide to quit shooting off ducks early and wait on mallard time.

    Different ballgame in rice pits, boat blinds and timber. Some folks cook in those situations, but most of us don't.
     
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    perfmarine Elite Refuge Member

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    Put some butter in the pan and throw them muffins in their Texas muffins
     
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