About the size of a quarter, this Super Magnet recovers or holds objects that weigh 45 pounds. When held up to ammunition, a Super Magnet will prove you are shooting Steel and not Lead.
2. Rx Safety Glasses
Prescription safety glasses have tested polycarbonate lenses. Frames can be found at Walmart for $29. Add high contrast lenses and a lanyard for superior hunting vision.
3. Pouch Foods
4. Eye Black Stickers
If you have somewhere to go after the hunt and can’t allow face paint, or, if a mask fogs your glasses, try these football eye stickers on your cheeks, nose or chin for concealment.
6. Silicone Spray
7. Shell Carrier
Shell carriers are more convenient, more secure and allow a hunter to organize different shell types.
8. Shears and Saws
If another hunting party beats you to your favorite hunting position, you may end up hunting a very wild, unimproved area. Shears and saws discretely open up new shooting lanes.
9. Clash Hooks
10. Ice Pick
Hunters and Trappers in Northern States fight icing as soon as the 2nd week of the season. Chisels, Spuds, Picks and Shovels need to be brought along, just in case.
11. Replacement Call Parts
Try to get replacement parts for you favorite Game Call. Calls get tired and sound amazing with replacement parts. The author contacted Buck Gardner for Fowl Mouth II parts after many years of heavy use and stress from icing.
12. After Market Chokes
Choke selection is the most important means a hunter has over how commercial ammunition performs. Kick’s High Flyer Choke (shown) provides momentary, retrograde traction for the stressed boundaries of shotcup-wads.
13. Duck Grabber
More astute than a Grappling Hook, Avery’s Telescoping Decoy/Duck Retriever extends to almost 20 feet and is a definite Game Changer for Waterfowl Hunters.