Hunting Bag Essentials – Hunting Gear Setup – What’s in My Hunting BagHunting Bag Essentials – Hunting Gear Setup – What’s in My Hunting BagHunting Bag Essentials – Hunting Gear Setup – What’s in My Hunting BagHunting Bag Essentials – Hunting Gear Setup – What’s in My Hunting BagHunting Bag Essentials – Hunting Gear Setup – What’s in My Hunting BagHunting Bag Essentials – Hunting Gear Setup – What’s in My Hunting Bag
Hi folks, I’m sharing some of the newer gear I carry in my hunting pack, excluding the clothes and food. I had this bag outfitted for an all-day (12 hrs.) still hunting and filming in cold weather conditions. This is just one of many possible configurations, but I’m sure whatever set-up you choose will be the right one for your trip. The contents are listed below. All the best
ITS Tactical Boo Boo Kit Plus with ITS Zip Pouch
LL Bean stainless steel insulated thermos (24 OZ or 709 ML)
Lifeline PBA free canteen
GoPro Hero 3+ camera (Lowepro case w/extra batteries, cards and mounts)
Deer cleaning kit (nitrile gloves, wipes, tissues, toilet paper)
Deer Drag harness
Grabber Mega warmer and Toe warmers
Zippo Hand Warmer
Brunton Helios Stormproof Lighter
Zebralight H302w CR123 Flood Headlamp Neutral White (446 lumens)
Klarus XT11 Dual Switch Flashlight Cree XML-LED (820 lumens)
Maxpedition 5” Flashlight Sheath SKU 1431 – black
Two XT11 filters (red and blue, but I also have green)
Numyth Talos Capsule with extender for 18650 battery
EagleTac Rechargeable/Protected 18650 battery 3400 mAh
Delrin Storage Capsule for CR123 (Maratac/County Comm)
Eagle Tac Rechargeable/Protected CR123 battery 750 mAh
Bark River Fox River Elmax steel (.150 or 3.8 mm 60-62rc)
Outdoor Edge Griz-Saw
Two Browning BLR magazines (4 rounds each)
Galco Stalker Cartridge Wallet ammo pouch (large, dark havana)
Smartphone with ballistics App
HME Easy Grip Wing Tacks – reflective trail markers
Essences of Fall cover scent spray
Hunting license and tags
FHF Gear Bino Harness (Multicam, Large, 2.75” deep, 7.5” high)
Leica Geovid HD-B 10 x 42 mm Range Finder Binoculars
Under Armour ColdGear Camo Liner Gloves (with a honeycomb grip design and good for shooting)
Note: I have no opinion or judgement on how heavy or light you make your own backpack. Pack loads and contents are personal preference and I’m sure whatever you choose to carry in your pack will be right for you. Hunting with Randy Newberg does a Bag Dump. Everyone has a different type and amount of gear in their pack, based on hunting styles, hunting location, and species. It is the culmination of years of trial and error.
For me, I have a base gear kit that goes with me, no matter the location, season, or species. That base gear kit is what is covered in this video. Then, I add other items based on location, season, or species. In future episodes we will talk about what I add to this base gear kit that is dependent on location, seasons, and species.
Hey guys today we are going to be looking at my hunting bag. I thought I would put together a video showing exactly what gears I carry in my back pack for deer hunting this season. Below are some of the items I have on my Deer Hunting Gear List.
A rundown of some basics every hunter will want to think about having available in his day pack.
This is my typical deer hunting gear list, which includes all of my self filming gear. A couple other hunters have requested a video on my filming equipment list as well as my tree stand setup and process. Since I do mostly mobile hunting, it’s even more critical that I’m efficient with my pack weight and setup time since I’m carrying the extra gear in on every hunt.
Alright, y’all enjoyed the turkey vest dump so here’s the bow bag version! Comment down below and let me know if I’m forgetting anything. For some of the newer deer hunters out there this video maybe of some value to them to see what I include in my backpack when I head out in the field. This is not all inclusive and the area and terrain will dictate what you need to take with you. But for the average day hunt on a farm or on some public property this will give you a good idea on what to pack and why.
Been hunting for a long time now and what you may have taken ten years ago my not apply to you now, but some are some standards that should be with you on every hunt. I also include some secondary items that may be kept in the car and may only be needed on occasion.
The more you go out the more you will develop your on kit list, I hope that this will help some of our young hunters which are the future of our sport.
Some of the items I included;
Hat, Gloves (spare), neck warmers, deer drag, rope, knife, towel, rubber or plastic gloves, hand warmers, license, food, coffee,
energy drinks, duck tape, chap stick, extra gloves, socks.