I carry a surv/first aid kit EVERY time I go out. Deer, ducks etc.... I keep it in a small camo. pouch that I made when I was in the Marines. It has clips so I can attach it to anything or just put it in my backpack. Knife, tweezers, a small set of forceps clamp, pressure bandages, gauze, tape, survival blanket(can also be used as shelter), Aviation pilot's fire starter kit, a magnezium fire starter for wet windy conditions, one handed tourniquet(so that I can use it on my own arm if I had to), water purification tabs, tylenol, iodine for cuts, razor blade, 25 ft. of parachute chord rolled up, a bottle of water, a small bar of soap and a sealed bag that has one pair of DRY underwear, pair of DRY socks, pair of DRY lined jersey gloves and a thin stocking cap. I compress the bag of dry articles and squeeze all the air out. I've only listed some of the items that I carry....there's alot more items in my bag. Believe it or not, but all this stuff fits in small camo pouch. I'm not getting out somewhere, get hurt, then have to spend the night out in the cold only to be some coyotes dinner. I also tell my wife where I'll be and when to expect me....very important guys. My wife has small maps of my stand locations and/or blind locations. I also carry my cell phone. A neat item to also pack with you is the lint from the clothes dryer. Great for fire making. Get some and put a match to it, you'll see!
Not trying to bore anyone, just trying to tell you to be prepaired if you had to spend the night out somewhere while injured.
Hey, did you grab the blind bag with the shells when we left the truck?
Safetys, use them: If you can see red, you can get dead!