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Deer Blind Snacks #7368064 12/05/18 11:38 PM
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Trying to get some new ideas on what you guys and gals snack on while in the deer blind. Iím getting a little tired of the same old stuff. Thanks.


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I took some granola bars once. At first light I got the munchies and started eating one. CRUNCH CRUNCH. My daughter gave me a look that could kill. She sat back in her chair and said "Geez dad, thanks for scaring off all of the deer for the next mile!"
So loud crunchy snacks are a bad idea.


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Jerky, crackers & cheese, peanut & jelly, payday, setting in the blind chewing (with mouth closed) is not that load no smacking aloud.

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I've never eaten in any blind in my life. Try it in a duck blind when you need to call in some mallards.

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Re: Deer Blind Snacks [Re: Simple Searcher] #7368091 12/06/18 12:15 AM
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Originally Posted by Simple Searcher
I took some granola bars once. At first light I got the munchies and started eating one. CRUNCH CRUNCH. My daughter gave me a look that could kill. She sat back in her chair and said "Geez dad, thanks for scaring off all of the deer for the next mile!"
So loud crunchy snacks are a back idea.

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Jerky, peanut butter crackers, Ritz crackers, Oreos, Vienna sausage, chocolate almond biscotti...just the healthy snacks!

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Lonestar Beer and chewing tobacco.


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Just went to the store today for supplies for this weekend. I bought apples that I will clean, cut up here at home, and baggie to bring out to the blind. I also bought a little NY steak I'll season tonight and cook right before I leave Friday. I'll also cut that up and baggie it also. At the beginning of the season I always leave a new bag of trail mix in the blind in case I forget when I leave camp to bring snacks.


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Smoked Sausage, peanuts, grapes and apples. Basically anything my wife packs for me to eat. If I donít eat in the stand I will eat once back at the truck.

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Coffee.


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A mix of dry cereal in a zip baggie and some bite size candy bars. The dry cereal is Cheerios, Wheat Chex, Rice Chex, and Gold Fish crackers, no extra seasonings.


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Honey Buns!

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Great suggestions thus far!


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Originally Posted by Jimbo1
Jerky, peanut butter crackers, Ritz crackers, Oreos, Vienna sausage, chocolate almond biscotti...just the healthy snacks!


This and peanut M&M's.....roasted peanuts....trail mix....


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Evening hunt. PIVO!!!!! Now thats just me.

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Lunchables, jerky, PB crackers, pop tarts, nutrigrain bars, peanuts. Lot's of options.

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Salami, crackers and cheese. Snickers bars. Salami and ham sandwiches.

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Nutri-Grain fruit bars. Preferably Blueberry or Strawberry. Water, maybe a soda, jerky, peanuts and an empty bottle to to put the recycled water and soda in. (prefer gatorade bottles for that. )


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Mornings I take coffee and a breakfast taco. If I plan to stay all day I'll take some dried sausage, cheese and crackers. Couple of Gatorades.


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Originally Posted by chalet
Lonestar Beer and chewing tobacco.


That sounds like some hunters I know!!!

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Oreos, chips ahoy, jerky. That's just for the kids. Morning hunt, I premake breakfast burritos so heat one up, wrap in foil and is still warm an hour later. I will sometimes get the kids chicken minis at Chick fil et and heat those up for a surprise. Plus keeps you warm in the pocket. Otherwise eat lunch and dinner at camp.

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A bag of dry cereal can be loud and/or awkward for a youngster to eat, ask me how I know. Trail mix ends up as m&m treat for him, mixed nuts and raisins for me. I bring a variety of granola, cliff and protein bars as well as pop tarts and maybe donuts or something for him. Never tried warm food, that may help keep him there longer.
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In the morning I do a lot of grapes, strawberries, apples, and the occasional honey bun. In the evening its some jerky and a nice cocktail.


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