JBHandJr wrote:Any recommendations on a thermos with an attached cup? There are a few to choose from, thermos and stanley look tops but can't decide.
Force Fetch wrote:A lot of what is mentioned above but a must have in my bag is a Dog Repair/First Aid Kit that includes but not limited to:
Blood Stop Bandages
Blood Stop Powder
Anti biotic ointment
A couple of pairs of sissors
Three styles of Hemostats
Coban and athletic tape
It all fits in a dollar store plastic shoe box in the bottom of the bag.
Be Safe and Happy Hunting
Gabagool wrote:I got a Stanley Thermos and its horrible. I had a great Avery thermos but when I broke it out for the following season, it didn't keep anything warm. I don't get it. The best thermos I have had so far is the $10 BassPro special.
jdr wrote:Sh*t paper
Convenient store breakfast biscuits
License and stamps
Everything else stays on the boat.
rabbitdundied wrote: I use my mojos in places I don't want birds to land.
beerbucksducks wrote:Shells (2 ,bb, swatters), headlamp, food and drink, calls, gloves, beanie, pruners and a saw, choke wrench, hand warmers, decoy line, bungee for jerk rig, and an extra can of snuff. My license and knife are always in my pocket.
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