For every hunting season, there’s always a list of things to pack along. Of course on the list of every hunter’s, there are weapons and ammunition, requiring food and water, and the necessary legal documents as evidence that one can hunt. But there are other things that are important to bring in cases of urgent need. There must be some hunting emergency equipment included for each hunter.
The first emergency hunting equipment for packing along was a couple of first aid kits. You can buy supplies at the pharmacy. First aid kit should include items such as plaster, cloth bandage, antiseptic cream, cotton, cotton and disinfectant. It is important to have this because you may be injured not so much from a weapon, but more of a journey inside a forest.
Another thing to add in the list is communication devices like mobile phones and GPS (Global Positioning System). This is important in case you get lost or there are needed aids for maybe a serious injury that even first aid kits can not help. You can use your phone for calls or text for help. GPS devices will be useful if there are instances where you can not find a way out or lost in the forest. Yet another important thing to bring is the space quilt. It is a high-tech blanket made by NASA tested aluminum and can be folded and mounted in a pocket. This is useful in times when you get lost, this serves to protect your body from cold and hypothermia.
Other emergency hunting equipment will be a waterproof match, torch, orange vest and knife. One might think this item will add on the weight of the bag pack. However they are indispensable for inclusion and should not be considered an additional burden. You never know if you will get lost and be better prepared when you are planning a hunting trip.