What's in your blind bag?

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Re: What's in your blind bag?

Postby nitram » Wed Mar 26, 2014 8:17 pm

Toilet Paper in a Zip Loc Bag. It's #1 on the list for a reason
Something to eat. Usually Jerky of the day, Nabs, and Almond Joy. Gratons (in a paper sack) when I can get good ones.
Dry Socks, t-shirt, gloves, and beanie. in a Zip Loc
Choke tube wrench & MilTech
Matches in WP Box, Lighter Fluid & Hand Warmers in a Zip Loc
Wheat Light, Flashlight & Batteries
Shoo Goo, Para Cord, & Leatherman
Whistle, Corks, Reeds, & Guts in a Zip Loc
1st Aid Kit including BC Powders in a Zip Loc
RNT Short Barrel & Sean Mann White Out
Shells
Beretta Model 21A
Filet Knife and game shears
License, Stamps, & Tags etc. in a Zip Loc
Juicy Fruit
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Re: What's in your blind bag?

Postby 10gaOkie » Thu Apr 10, 2014 9:53 pm

Beside the normal stuff, I also pack a small vintage aluminum omelet maker. This also doubles as a bisquit oven. On the outside of my bag, I strap on a portable propane heater which also doubles as a cook stove. Inside my bag, I pack a small carton of liquid scrambled eggs, pkg of hash browns and duck breakfast sausage which all goes into the omelet mixed together plus I take along a tube of bisquit dough. I cook the bisquits first and store in a ziplock hot/cold bag to keep them warm while cooking the omelets. I also pack a jar of plumb jelly which tops it off. Also inside my bag, I pack a small extra propane bottle for the heater/stove. Last but not least, a pair of clear ATV goggles for wind in your face days. They fit right over my eye glasses and a half dozen pairs of brown jersey gloves with a fold up pvc pancho. On good days, there isnt time to be cooking but can make a slow day special.

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Re: What's in your blind bag?

Postby ibedamn » Fri Apr 11, 2014 7:16 am

10gaOkie wrote:Beside the normal stuff, I also pack a small vintage aluminum omelet maker. This also doubles as a bisquit oven. On the outside of my bag, I strap on a portable propane heater which also doubles as a cook stove. Inside my bag, I pack a small carton of liquid scrambled eggs, pkg of hash browns and duck breakfast sausage which all goes into the omelet mixed together plus I take along a tube of bisquit dough. I cook the bisquits first and store in a ziplock hot/cold bag to keep them warm while cooking the omelets. I also pack a jar of plumb jelly which tops it off. Also inside my bag, I pack a small extra propane bottle for the heater/stove. Last but not least, a pair of clear ATV goggles for wind in your face days. They fit right over my eye glasses and a half dozen pairs of brown jersey gloves with a fold up pvc pancho. On good days, there isnt time to be cooking but can make a slow day special.

Chris


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Re: What's in your blind bag?

Postby 10gaOkie » Fri Apr 11, 2014 4:54 pm

I mostly hunt in a permanant blind. This sort of stuff is not so easy to do when hunting from a boat.

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