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What to bring for a rental house

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I know it is kind of late in the season for this, but I thought it still might be useful. With as many people using rental houses as there are on URL, I thought it might be beneficial to start a thread on what you need to bring for a night or two in a rental house. I am actually renting a house from Club Red for monday and tuesday nights. This will be my first time renting a house. So far from searching other posts I have gathered that in addition to your normal fishing equipment, you will need:

Rattle reels, sleeping bag, cooking supplies (pots pans ect), CO2 detector, battery or generator

Of course this will vary slightly from house to house, but I thought it might be helpful for people who are renting, especially for the first time. If you have anything else to add or reccomend bringing that would be awesome! Thanks for any help you can offer!

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your toothbrush and some water.

auger, extension, flasher, couple changes of clothes, towel, soap, couple bottles of crown royal!

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Don't forget the PREMO!!!!

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Lots of water. I always seem to get dehydrated overnight. Might be due to the case of beer and two packs of smokes!

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