What do I need to get for bow hunting


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Depends on how much stuff you plan to carry to the stand.  Personally I prefer a fanny pack with shoulder straps.  There's enough room in my fanny pack to carry what I need to bowhunt.

Other than a pack (of some sort) here's some more useful items to consider.

1. stretch style arm guard (spare one too...just in case)

2. release (spare one too...just in case)

3. Realtree double fold bow holder (3 arm double fold style)

4. binocs

5. several screw in gear hooks to hang your gear and pack in the tree.  Also handy to hang your quiver too if you prefer shooting without your quiver attached to your bow (I do).

Didn't think you needed to to think about a quiver, arrows, grunt call, or other such items.  BTW...the reason I like to carry an extra release & arm guard in my pack is you never know when you'll drop one out of the stand while gearing up to hunt.

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As far as packs so, I just have a cheap Realtree back pack that I picked up at Wal Mart years ago. In it I keep an extra release, toilet paper (you never know lol), extra flashlight, water bottle, gutting knife, snacks, a few deer scents, grunt & bleat calls, pull up rope, small pair of binos, extra gloves, folding saw, and small pair of pruning shears.

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On 12/12/2017 at 8:58 PM, MUDRUNNER said:

As far as packs so, I just have a cheap Realtree back pack that I picked up at Wal Mart years ago. In it I keep an extra release, toilet paper (you never know lol), extra flashlight, water bottle, gutting knife, snacks, a few deer scents, grunt & bleat calls, pull up rope, small pair of binos, extra gloves, folding saw, and small pair of pruning shears.

Which flashlight is the best to carry in bag? Is there rechargeable flashlight works or not ?

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A good backpack for bow hunting would depend on the type of hunting you plan to do and how long you plan to be out. If you plan to be out for multiple days, then you should look for a pack that has a large capacity for carrying all your necessary items, such as food and water. If you're only going out for a day, then a smaller pack with multiple compartments can work as well. As far as specific brands, I can't make any specific recommendations, but I can tell you to look for a pack that is made from durable materials and is waterproof.As for the best merchant cash advance leads, I would recommend starting with a reputable lead generation company. These companies specialize in helping businesses acquire the best leads for their specific needs. They can provide you with leads that have been thoroughly vetted and have high conversion rates. Additionally, they often provide other services such as lead segmentation, lead tracking, and lead management to make sure you're getting the most out of your leads.

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Hi there, 

I'm glad to hear that you're giving bow hunting a try next year! I think it's a great way to spend time outdoors and enjoy nature. It's important to make sure that you have the right gear before you head out on your adventure. 

When it comes to picking a backpack, I would recommend doing some research ahead of time. There are a lot of different backpacks out there, so it's important to make sure that you choose one that is suited for your needs. I would suggest checking out reviews online, as well as talking to people who have experience with bow hunting. That way, you can get an idea of which backpacks are recommended for the activity. 

If you're looking for a more affordable option, you may want to consider using a cheap assignment writing serviceUK. This could help you find the best backpack for your needs without having to break the bank. 

Good luck with your bow hunting adventure next year! 

Sincerely, 
Amalia Olive

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