What's In Your Blind Bag

Use the downtime in the off-season to organize your blind bag and all its contents. Check out what Marty Fischer keeps in his bag. Might give you some ideas.
What's In Your Blind Bag

Blind bag gear list

Waterfowl Hunting Gear List

1. Dispatching tool for mortally wounded birds

2. Ink pen

3. Cell phone (a must-have tool when service is available)

4. Camo binoculars (8X36 to 10X50 will give you the best optical performance)

5. GPS for navigation and marking new and favorite hunting spots

6. Digital camera to preserve the moment (waterproof is ideal; remember to charge batteries)

7. Trail mix or your favorite snack. (some hunters pack or prepare meals in the blind)

8. Winchester Supreme High Velocity steel loads

9. Robo duck remote (used where allowed — check state regulations)

10. Drake Waterfowl Floating Blind Bag in Mossy Oak “New Bottomland” camo

11. Maps/permits for hunting area (available on local, state and federal levels)

12. Gerber Recon flashlight for low light visibility

13. Knight and Hale goose call (just in case)

14. Two-way radio for communication with friends or others in case of emergency

15. Shooting gloves (temperatures dictate insulated or non-insulated)

16. Choke tubes—Rob Roberts Custom Gunworks “Triple Threat” series.

17. Cap light for setting decoys and finding equipment in predawn conditions

18. Lip balm

19. Marty Fischer "Signature Series" duck calls by Southern Game Calls

20. Randolph Ranger shooting glasses with 5% pale yellow lenses (great for waterfowling)

21. Hunting license and appropriate stamps

22. Pocket knife

23. Lens cloth for shooting glasses, camera lenses, etc.

24. Gerber all-purpose tool

25. Pintail/widgeon/teal whistle

26. McCallister bird strap to transport your harvest

27. ESP digital hearing protection (all waterfowlers need some form of hearing protection)

28. Winchester Extended Range Waterfowl loads - No. 2 shot for geese (just in case)

29. Thermos bottle for coffee, bullion, hot chocolate or soup

30. Mini hand warmers for when it’s cold. Warmers are available for hands, feet and body.

31. Hand-held compass

32. Bottled water for constant hydration


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