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Discussion in 'The Duck Hunters Forum' started by MDcanvasback, Jan 30, 2019.
My rolls stay in the blind,no need to pack in,safely incased in sealed bags.
Has Coach got into the man purse business yet? Sounds like a ripe market.
Not in a few years but it does make it nice to have clean hands if your eating a breakfast sammich.
I carry an old Mcalister shoulder murse on every hunt. If I am hunting the big water I also carry a Cabella's Rafting bag that contains a complete change of clothes and 2 towels in case someone falls in and it will be a while before we can get back.
I also carry TP, hand santizer (in a separate ziplock), and a lighter. the hand sanitizer can double as a fire starter fuel should the need arise.
I have a Sitka timber pack that I use in the boat, or for a short walk in hunt. I normally keep shells for both me and my son, two headlamps, facemasks, gloves, tp and my calls. I really like the waterproof bottom for the boat.
For a layout hunt, I use an old Avery powerhunter and just pack shells, gloves, mask and headlamp.
Man, that’s a GIVEN. I also take hand sanitizer & wipes, makes my metrosexual butt feel nice & clean!
Am I the only one that takes a dump at home before leaving?
Don’t leave the house til I do!
I would never leave home. It takes setting decoys, getting comfy then it’s tine to answer nature’s call.
You've obviously never hunted with someone like @goosenazi who has a high efficiency GI system. He can wreck a toilet prior to the hunt and not make the 30 minute ride to the field. A day with only one corn field "pit stop" is a rarity. Also rare to not get a picture of it in a group txt for some strange reason.