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You know I don't think over all the discussions I've been in over the years about food to be found out there in the wild, anyone ever bring up exactly how they plan to carry it back to camp. I've used my pockets for berries and fruits, pouches for the same and bugs, but never really had anything dedicated more than fishing line and a ziplock bag. And that seems like it ought to be a pretty important prep whether for the BOB or BOL supplies. I've been thinking about it and am about to put in an order for a Maxpedition drop pouch for my BOB as they seem like they'd be an excellent option. I love Max gear. I have quite a bit of it and it's tough and top quality. The drop pouch is designed to hold mags, so it should stand up to fruit, bugs, fish and meat. Easy to rinse out too.

What do you use or think about it?

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I use the Blackhawk S.T.R.I.K.E. medium folding dump pouch on my belt.

I met Michael Janich, the edged weapons expert and knife designer, back when he worked for Blackhawk and was designing knives for them (before they were bought out by ATK), and he introduced me to this folding dump pouch. Stays out of the way until you need it, and you can carry two rabbits and up to ten doves inside one. It has drain holes on the bottom, so it can be washed out, and you can cross streams wearing it without it turning into an anchor in the process.

Works great for dumping mags, too. Comes in multi-cam now....

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