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Thread: What to pack for first time Moose hunt?

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    I am just curious...this will be my first year moose hunting and although I am only 3.5 hours from home and not waaay up north I am just curious if any of the experts/veterans have tips on what to pack that I shouldnt leave at home. Sounds like we will be hunting from the ground and only calf tags this yr. We have a good camp set up that sleeps 20, so wont be roughing it out in the woods in tents.

    Any gear items or tips and tricks I should know about would be greatly appreciated. Getting pretty pumped but have no idea what to expect.

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    firearm, ammunition, toilet paper, ( I prefer 2 ply ).

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    maps of the area and compass,,along with gps

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    All kidding aside buddy, pretty much anything you'd pack for a deer hunt, you'd use for a moose as well. Aside from that little tether pull the deer cord, not going to do much good on a moose
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    Baby Wipes!

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    prob a few rolls for you i have heard you are full of s&^t lmao.............thanks jason




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    firearm, ammunition, toilet paper, ( I prefer 2 ply ).

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    Prosciutto, Brie, pickled artichokes, olives, nice crusty Italian bread. Thats just to gnosh on when you are done for the day before dinner. A Heineken washes this down nicely.
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    hahahaha sounds delightful....I think we will be eating like kings thats for sure, with a dedicated cook for the week by sounds of it bellys are always full.......I will leave the heineken to those a little more fancy then me perhaps and I will lug in my budlights.

    Anything gear or clothing wise I shouldnt forget at home.....sounds like its fairly thick and hunting mostly old logging trails (may take the ground blind for crappy weather)




    Quote Originally Posted by terrym View Post
    Prosciutto, Brie, pickled artichokes, olives, nice crusty Italian bread. Thats just to gnosh on when you are done for the day before dinner. A Heineken washes this down nicely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twostroke View Post
    prob a few rolls for you i have heard you are full of s&^t lmao.............thanks jason
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    Three pair of boats two hikers and one pair of rubber boats and lots of sock. Nothing worse then putting wet boats on cold morning. Dutch

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