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  1. Hunting Camp
    Good morning, I was just curious what everyone’s setup is for stalking? My setup: M.E.C. 3l hydro pack strapped to my L.L. Bean hunter’s carryall - water - extra clothes - food - ghillie poncho - rubber gloves - Becker BK4 with lansky blade medic/ sharpening stone and BK12 in the...
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    Full Product Review Video Here ----> on July 31st, 2018. ALPHA Pack & Quiver - $95 ALPHA Belt - $20 #getprimal #ALPHA #BecomePartOfThePack #thepack
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    Has everyone made up their hunting list yet? I'm still thinking of everything I need to bring trying to write down a list so I don't forget stuff!! Here's what I got so far: Back pack Knives Deer call Canvas & deer bag Broad heads Windicator Blaze orange Water Jerky Bow Arrows Bowstring +...
  4. Hunting Camp
    I have a good day-hunting pack, large enough to haul a load of warm clothes to a stand, plenty of pockets for snack, drinks, knife, rope etc. etc. BUT, it's big -w i d e- and too bulky for slipping through thick woods quietly. So I'm thinking about getting a one-strap 'sling' pack for those...
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    I need suggestions for a light weight pack I can use while stalking deer. I usually start with a backpack and end up taking it off because it gets in the way moving through bush/trees. I don't want to carry much, binoculars, snack, water, call, just basics. I need something that I can store...
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    Having always liked the idea of a frame pack and having(much to my wife's dismay) a passion for Badlands gear I decided to order one of Badlands new Ox frame packs. A message from my wife today and a large box was waiting for me when I got home. This is what was inside. The quality was the usual...
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    I was digging threw mine as I am getting ready to make my boy a pack for the woods and outdoor activity's. I was wondering how smiler mine is to everyone else's. Here is what I have. Bad Lands Sacrifice back pack. It is costly, but I like it. It is not noisy when tree limbs scrape it and it...
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    I am looking for an inexspensive external frame pack. It will be used for general camping as well as packing in to hunt. It dont have to be camo...I have a camo poncho that I will put over it to help weather proof it. What it must be is sturdy, light weight, and have a large capacity. I will...
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    I received one for Fathers day and finally got a chance to try it out this afternoon on a ride to the club. I love it. It fits great and hold everything I need. Riser, limbs, arrows, string, quiver etc. Nice way to be able to ride the bike to the club and shoot Rusty you need one of these...
  10. Hunting Camp
    For some time now, I've used a single-shoulder backpack for hunting and at the shoots, but somehow it starts to dig into my shoulder at the end of the day. To ease the load on the shoulders, I'll be looking for a fanny pack to carry the various bits and bobs in the field. The pack need not be...
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    I know that drinking and shooting don't mix so please don't go there. LOL Anyway, I've been shooting awesome, but the last couple days it hasn't been happening. I drank a six pack tonight with the guys that work with me in the barn. After they left, I grabbed the bow and shot a perfect on the...
  12. Hunting Camp
    I am planning a solo back pack elk hunt with DAS in hand to units 16 or 17. I initially was planning on going out around Sept. 13-20 but noticed that it is also muzzle loader season then. I could also go the first week through labor day to about the 5th. I would appreciate any thoughts about...
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