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HUNTING AND FISHING CHECKLIST

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Is there anyway that we can get input on all the different items that we need to establish a checklist for hunting and fishing. Then have one of you puter wizzes make up a printable checklist. I for one would be very interested, because I always forget sometthing. Just a thought. Licenses, gun, decoys,food, clothing,binoculars,TP,camera. Just add your items and lets say in about 1 or 2 weeks someone could make up a list.

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Go to Cabelas.com and they have pre-made gear lists for whatever your pleasure may be. Very handy, it's got a lot of extra stuff you won't need but they don't leave anything out. Also each thing on the list is a link that brings you to that part of their store. Very cool.

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Hunting: What you have plus

Dog, Shock Collar, Kennel, Dog Food, Water/bottles for in the field, knife, food saver, bags for food saver, Marker, COOLER FULL OF BEER!!!!!!!!!! Cooler to store game.

I also went to Cabelas list and they had 8 list for going to ALaska which IMO where just OK lists.

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I have lists for:

Ice Fishing

Open water fishing

duck hunting

Archery hunting

Firearms hunting

turkey hunting

And probably a few more.

Just lists I jotted on paper and have in the front of my hunting/fishing journal. Talk about nice to have a quick reference list. If something new comes along, I just add it to the list. The lists have saved my butt several times.

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I am little more concrete/sequential than the average person, I create lists in an excel spreadsheet, saved by the trip or season, and when I get home, I add (in red) the things I should have brought and delete the things from the spreadsheet I didn't need. Then when it comes time for another trip, hunting or fishing, I print off the list. each item gets a circle when it is packed, and a check in the circle when it is loaded in the truck.

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Go to Cabelas.com and they have pre-made gear lists for whatever your pleasure may be.


Where do you find these? I looked and came up empty...

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From cabela's home page try this-Home > Outdoor Info > Whitetail Field Guide > You are here: Archery Deer Hunter's Gear List.

There are other lists on the page for other game and weapons.

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Picks, I couldn't have said it better! I love Excel, have spreads for almost every season (elk, deer, turkey, walleye,etc.) and everyone in camp adds to it from year to year. It also depends on the person and camp...ie. I guarantee I bring a lot of stuff that others don't.

Check this out too for some other tips: http://www.fishingminnesota.com/forum/showflat.php?Cat=&Number=1003217&page=1&view=collapsed&sb=5&o=&fpart=1

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