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EMERGENCY AND SURVIVAL ITEMS YOU NEED TO PUT IN YOUR PACK - PART 2

In part 1 of this article, I went over being prepared by having a first aid kit, fire, dry clothing, a knife and a compass and map. In part 2 of this article, I will go over five more items that are equally important and also equally versatile if you want to survive some of the worst-case scenarios during your next backcountry hunt. As always, it is important to look at your specific unit, time of year, temperature and present dangers and assess what you should bring; however, this list is fairly universal to any deep or high country hunter who is trying to prepare for some of the accidents that can occur when you are miles from the truck and from help.

Continue reading the complete list of survival items written by Jake Horton here.

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October 29, 2023

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