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Re: Deer Blind Snacks [Re: Safety1st] #7368654
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I eat something before I leave in the morning and just bring water. I've taken some snacks a few times but always forget to eat them.

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Lil Debbie Oatmeal Cream Pie cookie - warmed over the Lil Buddy heater, with coffee or milk. Mmmmm

Re: Deer Blind Snacks [Re: Safety1st] #7369049
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My buddy once showed me up with a bag of fried chicken from a local gas station.

Re: Deer Blind Snacks [Re: Safety1st] #7369171
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Afternoon whatever up


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Re: Deer Blind Snacks [Re: Safety1st] #7369217
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Thanks for all the feedback y’all. Much appreciated.


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Re: Deer Blind Snacks [Re: Safety1st] #7369283
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Re: Deer Blind Snacks [Re: Safety1st] #7369341
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In my stand right now: 4-5 bottles of water, couple of cans of Vienna sausages, some jerky, peanut butter crackers, and a can of beanie weenies. I also carry some other snacks in my back pack. Thermos of good coffee every AM, & Sweet tea some evenings. coffee


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Re: Deer Blind Snacks [Re: Safety1st] #7370244
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PopTarts,,,,remove from original wrapper at camp, put em in ziplok baggies, keeps the noise down.

Re: Deer Blind Snacks [Re: Safety1st] #7370312
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I like warming up those little aluminum tins of cinnamon rolls on the heater. Great with coffee on a cold morning. PB&J with a little bottle of milk for lunch. Jerky and a bottle of water for afternoon snack. Dinner back at camp.


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Re: Deer Blind Snacks [Re: Safety1st] #7370326
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Lots of good stuff for the blind


Re: Deer Blind Snacks [Re: Safety1st] #7370616
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Apples, cuties, the small easy to peel oranges, water. Trail bars. In the evening, beer.

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Re: Deer Blind Snacks [Re: Safety1st] #7370769
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I always eat peanuts in my stand.

Re: Deer Blind Snacks [Re: Safety1st] #7372038
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I usually have an assortment of Little Debbie's or Hostess goodies. Unwrapped and put in a sandwich sized Tupperware so I don't make noise with the wrapper and they don't get crushed. During holidays sometimes a piece of pie. Sometimes I take pistachio nuts.





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I adjust my snacks to the type of game that I am hunting. I just do spot and stalk hunting.

For deer and elk it is plenty of water, peanuts, 1-2 bananas, 1-2 oranges, 1 apple, a couple of PBJ "burritos", and the occasional water flavorer. If there's any left over pie at the house I will take slice with me.

For bear and other predators, same as above but I will add sardines in oil to the mix above.

In all cases I nibble all day and eat slowly. This way I keep energy levels up and get maximum scent coverage. The target animal tends to enjoy the aroma of the foods that I eat.

In no case do I eat foods that can produce foul gas while hunting. I have seen animals catch a whiff and watched them change course. I've also seen animals catch of whiff of grape Kool-Aid or pie and come running in.

Re: Deer Blind Snacks [Re: Safety1st] #7372274
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Coffee and granola bars in the AM, jerky and beer in the PM


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Re: Deer Blind Snacks [Re: Safety1st] #7372372
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Big cup of coffee and that's about it. If I'm going to sit all day, I'll stop at McDonalds the night before and grab a few double cheeseburgers. Stick them in the fridge over night then use my little buddy heater to warm them up while in the blind.

Re: Deer Blind Snacks [Re: Safety1st] #7372455
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Sunflower seeds and gum. Quit Copenhagen snuff 2 years ago so had to have something to replace it!

Re: Deer Blind Snacks [Re: Ranch Dawg] #7373173
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Originally Posted by Ranch Dawg
PopTarts,,,,remove from original wrapper at camp, put em in ziplok baggies, keeps the noise down.


And they have a tremendous shelf life as well.

Ham and cheese Lunchables is another snack that I sometimes take when I’m expecting to stay until later in the morning.

Also, a small thermos of hot chocolate can really warm the bones on a cold morning. Stanley makes a pint-sized thermos that works great for this.


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Re: Deer Blind Snacks [Re: Safety1st] #7373337
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Re: Deer Blind Snacks [Re: White Falcon] #7373649
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and a drink of choice. [Linked Image]


Thats a decent spread right there


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