Deer Hunters Checklist

by HuntingFreak

Deer Hunters Checklist

When it comes to hunting season, deer hunters need every advantage they can get over their elusive prey. This means bringing an array of equipment to help increase their odds of harvesting a deer.

Whether it’s extra clothing to stay out longer on a cold day or the new deer scent you wanted to try, forgetting something sucks and once you’re in your treestand it’s too late.

This alphabetized deer hunter’s checklist will help you to remember everything you need before heading out this hunting season.

  • Ammo
  • Armguard
  • Arrows
  • Backpack
  • Binoculars
  • Bottled Water
  • Bow Holder
  • Bow Sling
  • Breath Spray
  • Broadheads
  • Camo Face Paint
  • Cell Phone
  • Climbing Sticks
  • Cover Scent
  • Decoy
  • Digital Camera
  • Doe Bleat
  • Drag Rope
  • Extra Batteries
  • Extra Clothing
  • Facemask
  • Fanny Pack
  • Flashlight or Headlamp
  • GPS Unit or Compass
  • Gloves
  • Ground Blind
  • Ground Blind Chair
  • Grunt Tube
  • Gun or Bow
  • Hand Warmers
  • Hang on Treestand
  • Hat
  • Hunting Knife
  • Hunting License/Permits
  • Lunch
  • Pee Bottle
  • Pruners
  • Pull-Up Rope
  • Quiver
  • Rain Gear
  • Range Finders
  • Rattling Horns
  • Release
  • Rubber Boots
  • Safety Harness
  • Scent/Lures
  • Scent Eliminating Spray
  • Seat Cushion
  • Spotting Scope
  • Topographical Maps
  • Trail Camera SD card
  • Tree Saw
  • Tree Steps
  • Two-Way Radios (if legal)
  • Video Camera
  • Video Camera Arm
  • Wallet
  • Wind Indicator

It might also be a good idea to have a written permission letter on you if you’re hunting on a new lease or have access to some private land. Don’t forget any type of medical items you may need like an epipen, inhaler, diabetic shot, Tylenol, etc.

This is by no means an extensive list for going out west for a week, but rather just a simple checklist for the average deer hunter heading out to the stand.

We have all forgotten something at one time or another before walking out. Take the time to go through this deer hunter’s checklist so you have everything you need every time you head out this hunting season. If you have something else that you think should be added to the deer hunter’s checklist, just mention it in the comment section below.

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