Recent trends of HUGE blind bags

Discussion in 'The Duck Hunters Forum' started by MDcanvasback, Jan 30, 2019.

  1. DrakeStar

    DrakeStar Elite Refuge Member

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    My rolls stay in the blind,no need to pack in,safely incased in sealed bags.
     
  2. hobbydog

    hobbydog Elite Refuge Member

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    Has Coach got into the man purse business yet? Sounds like a ripe market.
     
  3. RTIC

    RTIC Senior Refuge Member

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    Not in a few years but it does make it nice to have clean hands if your eating a breakfast sammich.
     
  4. mmayes

    mmayes Diver Forum Mod Moderator

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    I carry an old Mcalister shoulder murse on every hunt. If I am hunting the big water I also carry a Cabella's Rafting bag that contains a complete change of clothes and 2 towels in case someone falls in and it will be a while before we can get back.

    I also carry TP, hand santizer (in a separate ziplock), and a lighter. the hand sanitizer can double as a fire starter fuel should the need arise.

    Mayes
     
  5. Duck Wrangler

    Duck Wrangler Senior Refuge Member

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    I have a Sitka timber pack that I use in the boat, or for a short walk in hunt. I normally keep shells for both me and my son, two headlamps, facemasks, gloves, tp and my calls. I really like the waterproof bottom for the boat.
    For a layout hunt, I use an old Avery powerhunter and just pack shells, gloves, mask and headlamp.
     
  6. OneShotBandit

    OneShotBandit Elite Refuge Member Supporting Member

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    Man, that’s a GIVEN. I also take hand sanitizer & wipes, makes my metrosexual butt feel nice & clean! ;):D
     
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  7. creedsduckman

    creedsduckman Elite Refuge Member

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    Am I the only one that takes a dump at home before leaving?
     
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  8. blacktail

    blacktail Elite Refuge Member

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    Don’t leave the house til I do!
     
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  9. RTIC

    RTIC Senior Refuge Member

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    I would never leave home. It takes setting decoys, getting comfy then it’s tine to answer nature’s call.
     
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  10. pud123

    pud123 Elite Refuge Member

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    You've obviously never hunted with someone like @goosenazi who has a high efficiency GI system. He can wreck a toilet prior to the hunt and not make the 30 minute ride to the field. A day with only one corn field "pit stop" is a rarity. Also rare to not get a picture of it in a group txt for some strange reason.
     

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