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flyfisher117 07-30-2009 01:33 PM

favorite food to take with you on the stream?
 
i need some ideas on snacks i can take fishing with me....i tried a sandwich but it got all mushed up in my vest, crackers got turned into dust....and i sat on a candybar that i for some reason stuck in my back pocket...:icon_lol:

Jer 07-30-2009 02:48 PM

Personally I dont go anywhere without Peanut M&Ms and Sunflower seeds...

JoJer 07-30-2009 03:47 PM

I like a bagel, your choice of flavor. They travel well in a zip baggie and they're filling when consumed with a drink.
I keep a couple of packets of MRE peanut butter (sealed in double snack size zip bags) in my vest for emergencies. Good high protien if needed and, if you know anything about MRE's, you're not tempted to eat them except in an emergency.

Rip Tide 07-30-2009 04:01 PM

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(just kiddin' ;) )

Sep 07-30-2009 04:18 PM

Cliff Bars!!!

Sep

flyfisher117 07-30-2009 04:26 PM

hahaha ive had a couple mre's that werent bad

pdq 5oh 07-30-2009 09:44 PM

PBJ sandwich carried in a day pack. They stay fine in there. Clif Bars are good, too.

james 07-30-2009 10:00 PM

beer... lol
but really, i like to take those nutagrain bars. keep em dry or youll be drinking it.

flyfisher117 07-30-2009 10:01 PM

lol...mmm sounds tastey

Fly2Fish 07-30-2009 10:38 PM

Key to me is something that's easy to carry without being crushable, self-contained so that it doesn't spill out while you're eating it, not requiring refrigeration for the better part of a day, and something that you can eat without getting it all over your hands or otherwise being messy to eat. Burritos or wraps work pretty well, particularly if they don't have a lot wet squishy stuff in them. They don't crush like sandwiches and they seem to be easier to fit in a vest, etc. I like jerky as well, but you have to make sure you've got plenty of drinking water (or whatever ;)) with you.


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