Feb
07

Trip Checklist

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Developed by Mark Dillow and embellished by Randy Rowley.

Generic Hunting Gear

 

Miscellaneous Clothes

 

Rifle and cartridges

 

T-shirts

 

Shotgun, chokes, and shells

 

Shorts

 

Bow, arrows, and accessories

 

Tennis shoes/sandals

 

Gun and bow cases

 

Underwear

 

Shell carriers

 

Bath towel

 

Cap light/head lamp/flashlight and spare batteries

 

 

 

Binoculars

 

Camping Gear

 

Knife(s) and knife sharpener

 

Tent, poles, stakes, and hammer

 

Shooting ear muffs or plugs

 

Broom and dust pan

 

Ground blind

 

Mat (for wiping feet)

 

Chair, bucket, or stool and chair pad

 

Easy-Ups or tarp, poles, stakes, and ropes

 

Ice chest (for game)

 

Fan or Heater and extension cord

 

Thermacell

 

Cot

 

Gun cleaning kit

 

Sleeping bag, sheets, and pillow

 

PFD

 

Table

 

GPS or phone with GPS

 

Lantern, extra mantles, and propane/liquid fuel

 

Multitool

 

Ice Chests

 

 

 

Water cooler/jug

 

Deer/Hog Hunting Gear

 

Canteen or water bottle holder

 

2 way radios and spare batteries

 

Propane/Liquid Fuel Stove and grill

 

1/2 – 2 million candle power spotlight and charger

 

Charcoal, starter, and lighter

 

Green or red lens (if separate from the spotlight)

 

Cutting board

 

Shooting stick

 

Pots and pans

 

Rattles/grunt call

 

Can Opener

 

Cover scents and/or scent eliminators

 

Coffee pot

 

Gambrel with heavy rope

 

Plates (durable and paper)

 

Saw or cleaver and loppers (for legs)

 

Eating utensils

 

Deer dragging rope

 

Cups

 

 

 

Paper towels and/or napkins

 

Duck Hunt Gear

 

Zip Locks (large and small)

 

Waders

 

 

 

Decoys and bags

 

Food and Drinks

 

Duck tote/strap

 

Food

 

Calls

 

Bottled water

 

Blind bag (floating is ideal)

 

Gatorade

 

Floating gun case

 

Soft drinks, juice, milk, etc.

 

Game shears

 

Ice

 

 

 

Salt, pepper, and spices

 

Fishing Gear

 

 

 

Waders

 

Miscellaneous

 

Rod(s) and reel(s)

 

Hunting/Fishing license and stamps

 

Tackle box with lures, line, and leaders

 

Game laws (Outdoor Annual)

 

Fishing pliers and/or hook remover

 

Written trip plan

 

Bait bucket(s), aerator(s), and bait

 

Maps and compass (if in new lands or on new waters)

 

Cleaning board, fillet knife, and sharpener

 

Extra keys

 

Reel grease & oil

 

Extra cash, checks, and credit cards

 

Small towel

 

Bug repellant

 

Wading belt

 

Sun block

 

Stringer

 

Porta-Potty and toilet paper

 

Cast, landing, and bait nets

 

Shovels

 

Measuring ruler and/or tape

 

Tow strap/chain and come-a-long

 

Tide chart

 

Emergency kit (including tools)

 

 

 

First aid kit (including pain killers)

 

Additional Gear for Fly Fishing

 

Snake bite kit

 

Fly rod(s) and reel(s)

 

Sun or shooting Glasses

 

Fly box

 

Weather forecast

 

Line and leaders

 

Ax/hatchet/bow saw

 

Nippers

 

Foam ear plugs (for sleeping)

 

Hooks

 

Camera and spare batteries

 

Tackle pouch

 

Cell phone with alarm clock & charger

 

Swivels

 

Alarm clock if no cell phone

 

Bite leader

 

Toiletries

 

 

 

 

 

Hunting Clothes (cold weather)

 

Kayaking Gear

 

Coats (heavy, light, and rain)

 

Seats

 

Coveralls

 

Paddles

 

Sweats or fleece

 

Anchor

 

Base layer

 

Ropes

 

Gloves

 

Tie down straps

 

Boots and socks

 

GPS or phone with Maps

 

Headgear (caps and face masks)

 

Compass

 

Wader pants

 

Rain gear

 

 

 

Paddle leash

 

Hunting Clothes (hot weather)

 

Cooler

 

Game vest

 

Step ladder

 

Shirts

 

Allen wrenches

 

Pants or shorts

 

Pythons

 

Belt/suspenders

 

Emergency kit

 

Boots or shoes and socks

 

First Aid kit

 

Hats and/or caps

 

Dry bags

 

Snake chaps or boots

 

Whistles

 

 

 

Beacon

 

Fishing Clothes

 

2-way radios and spare batteries

 

Fishing pants

 

 

 

Wading pants

 

 

 

Fishing shirts

 

 

 

Hat and/or cap and bandanna

 

 

 

 

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