Deerstand Snacks

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  1. red2delta

    red2delta Active Member

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    I wouldn't want to hunt anywhere within a mile from you! :mask:
     
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    Deer repellant


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    Whaaat???!!


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    Besides peanuts in the shell, hard tacos, and celery, sometimes I bring pistachios, Doritos, onions, and ice cubes to chew. I like a variety of snacks.
     
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    A big bag or pork rinds is my favorite. It's very stealthy


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    I am not an expert hunter and have only seriously hunted for 2 years because I never had time. Do you not think that things like onions or other strong smelling foods are a bad idea in a deer stand.
    Why shower, why avoid filling your truck with gas with your hunting clothes on. I know we need to hunt the wind but in my humble opinion which is not worth a lot why do we want to eat things that have a strong odor and are not present where we hunt.
    Not a criticism but a question.
     
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    Lots of jokes in this thread


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    :blush::blush:I guess I am have lost my sense of humor. O well. I love apples and wish acorns tasted good.
     
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    LOL - Don't sweat it! I guess that most of my ideas and opinions are so bad, hunters actually believe I eat onions, Doritos, and Taco Bell in my Saddle. HA!
     
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    I usually take 2-3 dozen crab legs during the rut!!!
     
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    This thread took quite a turn as soon as @g2outdoors showed back up.....
     
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    Lol! Best one yet.

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    Yeah I ruin everything. At least that's what my wife tells me.

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    Crazy guy !! Lol

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    I like to take tortilla shells and make sandwiches out of them. Peanut butter, sandwich meat, banana & peanut butter, pb&j. All these will roll up in the tortilla and you can place 4 of these rolled up tortillas in one sandwich bag. Water to drink.
    One other thing, smear peanut butter on tortilla and then add a banana (whole or cut in half) freeze it over night. Great snack for early season warm days.
    Takes up very little room in a pack.
     
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    Now this is a great idea, i do like a good roll-up!
     
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    For 3-4 hr sits I'm a clifbar or apple kind of guy myself. Usually by them on sale for $1/each from local grocery store.

    If it's an all day sit I pack enough for lunch and snacks in between. Usually a sandwich, granola bars, some fruit, finger foods ie: pretzels, peanuts, trail mix, etc.
     
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