Saturday, June 23, 2012

How to Add Some Ease to Your Next Hunting Trip

A three to four day hunting trip into the mountains comes with a lot of work and preparation. Trying to pack the right equipment into a small enough backpack that won't be too heavy for the trip can be a challenge. The necessary items to bring on a hunting trip include a variety food, sleeping gear, the right apparel, a survival kit, and hunting gear. Having the right hunting gear can make or break a hunting trip. A lot of hunters are not equipping their rifles with green laser sights which are visible in the daylight, available at Laser Sight Pro.

Food can sometimes be one of the biggest burdens, especially if you want to eat balanced meals and have enough food to last for a several day trip. One option for food that many hunters are now choosing for food are ready to eat freeze dried meals. Though this type of food is primarily used for emergency food storage, freeze dried meals are extremely light weight, and don't take much room at all. With the wide variety of fruits, vegetables, meat, and prepared meals, you can eat a different meal every time over the course of a few days, and it can all fit into a small backpack, rather than having to haul up a cooler to keep perishable food. Freeze dried food can be made by simply adding water. If you're going hunting in the mountains where there are known water sources, then you can purify the water by boiling it, and the make the meals with the purified water. Ready-to-eat freeze dried meals are available at Survivalist Food.

1 comment:

TJ said...

Took some of that stuff on my last camping trip. Its not the best food in the world, but when you're camping - who cares - tasted great out in the middle of no where! I'll do it again next time!