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    Quest protein bars. They have no sugar and taste good! Other than that jerky and granola bars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Hunter View Post
    As much as I like jerky. I never eat it anymore. Too much salt that raises my blood pressure. No something I want at high altitude.

    I also drink no water. I get better results with Gatorade.

    We all have to find what works for us. Over the years i've tried about everything, and finally know what works for me. You all need to do the same thing. Don't copy someone else, because it works for them.
    I always pack at least one gatoraid or power aid bottle in my pack with water also. My son prefers gatoraid but I think he likes it better because of taste compared to water. If I start drinking the gatoraid, I makes me drink more often because it's sweeter than water. But...It has more in it that you do need. I pack both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuntWYODon View Post
    I always pack at least one gatoraid or power aid bottle in my pack with water also. My son prefers gatoraid but I think he likes it better because of taste compared to water. If I start drinking the gatoraid, I makes me drink more often because it's sweeter than water. But...It has more in it that you do need. I pack both.
    Same here, gatorade is too sweet and makes me more thirsty, not what I take on a long hike.
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    They have one that's low in sugar. I wish it had no sugar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Muleys 24/7 View Post
    Same here, gatorade is too sweet and makes me more thirsty, not what I take on a long hike.

    Same with me so I just feed it to my son.

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    Red Vines are great for an energy boost.

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    I always carry some water. The peanut/bacon sandwiches are good for me. Never jerky on a hunt. I will usually have a power bar. I have had my snicker bars interrupted by both elk and mule deer. Quietly lay the snicker on the edge of the stump while you shoot. Sounds like all I eat while hunting is snickers.

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    Does beer count, Pop tarts (carbs and sugar) Peanut granola bars (protein)

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    Quote Originally Posted by N.Y.ArcheryMadMan View Post
    Home Made Deer Jerky.... And Not the kind with Liquid Smoke.. Good Old Boy Hickory or Cherry Smoked Jerky....
    Yep and this jerky is the best.

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    I like the PRO BAR's and bagel pepperoni and cheese sandwich with mustered. keep the stuff separate till you eat, I have dragged these around in my pack for two weeks and still edible. put the mustered in a double ziploc then put a hole in the corner of the inner bag to squeeze it out when needed. Strange but it works and a lot of calories.

 

 

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