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Tyler Holm

Favorite Ice Fishing Snack

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Tyler Holm    0
Tyler Holm

What's your favorite ice fishing snack? I always drop into a gas station and walk around for several minutes trying to find a great snack for the ice shack. Wondering what you grab???

My favorite so far is Combos (Chedder & Cracker). Of course RugbyGuys deer sticks are right up there as well.

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Dan Thiem    0
Dan Thiem

My favorite......whatever you come out of that convenience store with. grin.gif

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Nellie30

Kinda spendy for the amount you get, but I like the good (well good for a convenience store) beef jerkey nuggets in the red bag. There close to $5 though... shocked.gif

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Bugman

Something warm is always nice to have on the ice. If you have one of the Mr. Heaters that you can cook on this snack works out great and its easy. One package of cocktail winnies and a couple packets of Famous Dave's Devil Spit BBQ sauce. Heat and eat, it does't get much better. If its something out of the gas station I'm a Combos man as well.

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87clam

if you can find the pizza cracker combo then i'm done. Sour cream and onion pringels. Add a little northern slime from your hands and you got a real treat. tongue.gif

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lookincalifornia

i go for the pretzel and nacho cheese combos, if i can't get that the cracker and cheddar. chase that with a liter of dr. pepper and you'll be fine. cool.gif

and maybe a take 5

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Meaney    0
Meaney

snickers bar

sunflower seeds and

venison jerky

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Ron Burgundy    0
Ron Burgundy

Busch Light, Pemican and pistachios.

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smg04    0
smg04

leinenkugels sunset wheat,honey rosted penuts,jerkey

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Meaney    0
Meaney

WOW! i cannot believe that I forgot to add beer to my list of needs...

uhh hemm, Michelob Golden draft light if you will smirk.gif

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james_walleye    81
james_walleye

seeds and licorice

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The Yeti    0
The Yeti

Pimento Loaf, Anchovies and liver pate on plain saltines..mmmm... good..

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The Yeti    0
The Yeti

I am seriously kidding.. grin.gif

Funyons, Beef Jerky, A thermos of fresh hot coffee, Venison Sticks. And either a can of Chili or Chunky always heats well on the Mr. Heater.

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Meaney    0
Meaney

i would hope so!! smile.gif

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DzNuts

Bud Light, Dorito's, and Marboro Lights. grin.gif

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Tyler Holm    0
Tyler Holm

I'll add Diet Mt. Dew to my list.

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