I admit that I am not always on top of my game, and I don’t always replenish my hunting pack’s emergency food stash. I’m pretty sure the energy bars I have in my pack are probably around 10 years-old. Yes…really. They probably won’t be very tasty by the time I do end up needing to eat them, but I can handle bad flavor. I just wonder if the bars will even be edible. That got me thinking about switching up my hunting pack food contents to include foods that won’t spoil. That way, I don’t ever have to worry about anything going bad. That is perfect for me.
After some research, I decided I’m going to load up my pack with the following:
(Cover photo: pocketrangerblog.com)
Some Thoughts on New Guns (with Colonel Smoothbore)
By Montana Grant
NEW ON TARGET!!!
Social Distancing and Outdoors – Listen to Last Weeks Show 3/28/20
By Kamp Cook
Montana Fishing Reports for 3/28/20
Glacier National Park to close at 5 p.m. today
By Moosetrack Megan
Forest Service Offering Free Personal use Firewood Cutting Beginning April 1
Giant Moose Walking Down the Median [VIDEO]
NW Montana Fishing Report by Snappy’s Sport Senter 3.26.2020
Catchin the Big Ones Still Live Every Friday Morning
ALERT: 2020 Spring Mack Days Postponed
1 of 7 Stay at Home Directive Issued to Slow the Spread of COVID-19
Making sure that your Cast is on target this year!! (by Neal Cote)
Wardens seek information on bull elk poaching near Ennis
Deadline for deer and elk permits is April 1
USFWS and FWP to continue carcass removal service on Rocky Mountain Front
Over $1.7 million awarded for noxious weed management programs in Montana
GAME BIRD POT PIE!!!
Brett French Presents: Where have all of the bigger trout gone?
The BRITE SIDE!!! by Montana Grant
Central to Eastern MT Fishing Report 3.25.2020
Mack Days Check-In Information 3.25.2020