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    How do you guys store your hunting gear in the off season? As in clothing, optics, sleeping bags, tent etc.
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    I pack all my hunting clothes in rubbermaid or other quality tubs.
    Recently I started trying to use heavy CLEAR plastic.

    Inside each, I place a cloth bag containing baking soda (a crown sack from last years hunt works),
    a small chunk of cedar, and a desiccant pack. I also mix a couple of freshly charged scent-lok items in each if possible.
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    I built a couple of cabinets our of OSB sheeting and hang all my clothing on heave duty hangers. I also hang my packs by a hanger and they have my optics in them. Boots, tents, camping gear, etc go in the bottom of the cabinet. During hunting season, I keep my clothes in plastic tubs.

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    I use storage tubs as well with HS Scent "Fresh Earth" wafers for cloths.
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    I have a 10X12 storage building just for my hunting, camping & fishing gear & equipment. Also some of my tack & pack saddles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eberle View Post
    I have a 10X12 storage building just for my hunting, camping & fishing gear & equipment. Also some of my tack & pack saddles.
    When I retire I hope to have a building just for my hunting clothes....... thats awesome Eberle!!!!!
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    Rubbermaid type totes for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OregonJim View Post
    When I retire I hope to have a building just for my hunting clothes....... thats awesome Eberle!!!!!
    I had to do something, with 4 kids & wife the house, shop & barns were full!
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    I'm allotted one spare bedroom (my office), the basement, and the shed for all my stuff. Decoys, blinds, stands and other big/dirty stuff goes in the shed or basement. Clothes and expensive gear 'decorate' my office.
    My mind is a raging torrent, flooded with rivulets of thought cascading into a waterfall of creative alternatives.

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    Rubbermaid style totes for me too! I get all different colors so I can get a system down on what goes where.

 

 

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