Medicine Bag

Tylenol, Aspirin, or Ibuprofen, benadril, cold/sinus/cough, mole skin, tweezers, nail clippers, q-tips, tooth brush/paste, scent free – soap/shampoo/deodorant, sun screen, shaver/cream, chap-stick, lotion, eye drops.

Day Pack

A very important FAQ here. Be sure to bring electrical tape, zip ties, parachute cord, sharp knife, Leatherman, pen/marker, lighter, fire starter, paper towel, moist wipes, trash bags, zip locks, water bottle, hydration bladder (camel pack), food, batteries, compass, GPS, flashlights, headlamps, sun glasses, seat cushion, rain gear, socks in a ziplock, binoculars, range finder, watch, notepad.


Wallet/cash, ID, passport, hunting license & elk tag, camera, SD cards, belt, sunglasses, sheet liner, sleeping bag, pillow, towel, phone & chargers, crocs, sneakers, hiking boots, hunting boots, gaiters, underwear, SmartWool socks with moisture wick liners, gore-tex, rain gear, shirts, vest, jacket, parka, shorts, jeans, pants, gloves, warm hat/beanie, ball caps, face-masks, camouflage, travel coffee cup with spill proof lid.


Gun or Bow, whichever you are hunting with, all tools and ammunition for them. Quiet shooting sticks work great for still hunting, good binoculars, and a range finder. Spare release, TC speed loader with primer sling.

Purchasing New Equipment

Great FAQ… If you are planning on purchasing new gear, feel free to contact me and I would be happy to advise you on what products work best. I am a dealer for Kenetrek boots, they are some of the best boots for this style of hunting. Let me know if you are interested, I‘m always happy to help you prepare.

Be sure to break in and USE any new equipment before your trip.

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