Waterfowl Hunting Gear Check-List

pitdog

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I started this list because I usually forget something... Usually my waders :smiley-cool-shades-down:

If you can think of anything to add, go ahead and add it to the list.


Waterfowl Hunting Gear Check-List

1) Shotgun with plug
2) Box of shells
3) Extra choke tubes
4) WD40 / rust protection
5) Gun Case
6) Waders
7) License and Stamps
8) Calls
9) Dekes
10) Cart
11) Binos
12) Camera
13) Snake Kit
14) Flashlight
15) Cammo Hat, shirt and pants (face mask)
16) Stool / Chair
17) Earplugs
18) Drinking water
19) Bird Lanyard
20) Mosquito Repellant
21) Sun Block

OPTIONAL:

1) Rangefinder
2) Snacks (Not the ones Rooster eats)
3) 2 way radio
4) Portable heater
5) Birds at a distance booklet
6) Plastic bag
7) Knife
8) Cell Phone
9) First Aid Kit
10) Extra weights and line for Decoys
11) Arrow Weed Bundles
12) Extra pair of socks
13) Wader repair kit for DKscott
14) Throw pillows, track lighting and sconces for ESSposse
15) Coffee!
16) Sunglasses!
17) Dog!
18) E Collar!
19) Dog Food, One Track always forgets that one.
 

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QUOTE (DOG ON POINT @ Oct 20 2011, 01:21 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=344489
I like the rangefinder

I use that to get familiar with a new blind and referance to the decoys and other landmarks for distance... Then I'll bet others in the blind on how high the geese REALLY are.
 

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Coffee!
Sunglasses!
Dog!
E Collar!
Dog Food, I always forget that one.
 

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I always bring an extra shotgun and usually a gun cleaning kit. Anyone who has ever dropped their shotgun into the Salton Sea mud knows why.
 
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If I am taking my aquapod out for a short hunt, I will usually forget to take a life jacket because I have them on my big boat.

I hunt big water and coastal bays a lot and if I'm going by myself (which happens often) I will take a full change of wool clothes. I am afraid of getting wet with the tide out, boat stuck on dirt and dying of hypothermia. If it is too windy, I can't always get the boat heater to stay lit.
 

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Almost forgot my shotgun last weekend! only thing that reminded me was i came back in for my chokes... :Reagan-hittin-head-ani:
 

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I have a range finder in my boat boat box to mark decoy distance on open water. I usually just pace it off in a field, but investing in one of these is a plus, for sure.
 

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Welcome Marshlander.......................... :beer-toast:


With the exceeption of upland birds, I rarely hunt anything without having my rangefinder with me........................... :2:
 

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A TULE SEAT?
Who needs a range finder i can tell ya distances within 3 to 5 ft..seriously my buddy brougt a range finder and asked over and over what is it to this or that.he'd check it with his range finder and i was always real close.he was amazed.
 

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Bull Coot Repellant!
 

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