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what kind of food do you take, on a all day fishing trip.

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  • Laura Conroy
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    Originally posted by streack View Post
    A can of Mint Grizzly, it takes away the hunger pains when you are too busy fishing to take a time out and eat.
    Oops. Meant to post as answer.

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  • Laura Conroy
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    Originally posted by streack View Post
    A can of Mint Grizzly, it takes away the hunger pains when you are too busy fishing to take a time out and eat.
    Warm weather fishing
    Frozen slices of fruit with a rind that u don't eat like cantaloupe or honeydew or watermelon, frozen smoothies, frozen bottles of gatorade or lemonade, frozen adult beverage, cold fried chicken, chips, chocolate chip cookies (set out in sun to warm up)

    Cool weather fishing
    Thermos of soup, crunchy breadsticks, thermos of tea/hot choc/coffee with an adult additive, red hots candy, apples, pretzels, string cheese.

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  • rudyglove27
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    Water, Chips, Sandwiches and Gatorade!!!

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  • FloridaHunter1226
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    A sandwich loaded up and some chips and a gatorade. O and then some beef jerkey to snack on and maybe some sunflower seeds.

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  • fisherman1016
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    i bring a sandwich

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  • codymeyer11
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    hoagies and gatorade + chips.....maybe beer

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  • bomberpride
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    i bring firewood at lunch time i cook what i caught

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  • tygardner
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    you dont take food man...all you need is a fillet knife, a frying pan and your favorite fish recipe (along with friends and beer)

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  • jesse wilson
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    Trail mix, granola bars, and a lot of cold drinks

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  • streack
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    A can of Mint Grizzly, it takes away the hunger pains when you are too busy fishing to take a time out and eat.

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  • theyounggun
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    Pack up some sandwhiches, chips, sodas, water, gatorade, and some other snacktype stuff. If you forget to pack (i've done it too many times) go to the gas station and get some meal replacer bars, energy bars, snacks, and drinks. You can get a good meal for about 10 bucks. If worst comes to worst go to Mcdonalds or Subway.

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  • dwaynez
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    Crackers, Cheese, Summer Sausage, Homemade Cookies

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  • CPT BRAD
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    I'm sorry I thought you said hunting trip. I hit the water after breakfast and I go in before dinner

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  • buckhunter
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    I once spent a whole weekend in PA trout fishing on one box of poptarts.

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  • ETangler
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    crackers, cheese,viennas, and water.Then on the way home eat like hell at Sagebrush!!!!

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