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    Go Canucks Go! lone-wolf's Avatar
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    halloween mini candy bars.

    Not much need to get fancy than that, the way we hunt.
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    In my humble opinion....dehydrators are good for making jerky....but smokers are better
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    clif bars, power bars and usually some dried pepperoni... i dont get to far from the dirt road

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    A boreal lunch, just over a week ago, mmmmmmmmm:


    We carry a ziplock sandwich bag for the tin/garbage.

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    I'm with you on that one den, and Bruce I just figured out what I'm packing for my lunch tomorrow
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    I have now settled into these Clif Bars you all speak of, and have discovered they give me hella gas. Taste good, but make me decidedly less ninja-like. Bummer
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    Trail mix, salted almonds or Dip bar for me.
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    The Excaliber3600 works like a charm.

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    Usually bannock, some sort of cheese, some sort of sausage, chocolate bars, beef jerky, gushers ... depends on the hunting trip I suppose as most trips are for days not a day.

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