• Michelle

Gift ideas for your Hunter

Every year I struggle with what to get my hunter for birthdays and holidays.

Like all things, I try to keep balance, but sometimes it is difficult to come up with new things that are useful, and also fun for him. Over the years I have learned more and more about what he needs annually for hunting, and can pick up those items for him without his request, or surprise him by cramming some hot hands and scent killer into a Christmas stocking. Nothing says "I love you", to your hunter quite like a bottle of deer urine in a Christmas stocking.

I have tried my best to collect items that the "hunter" may need or enjoy, and offer a leg up to the new girlfriend or wife who has found herself a hunter. Here is my list of cheat sheet items with you. Obviously do your own research on products, but I have gone ahead and provided links to items to simply give you ideas, and get those wheels turning. These items range from the extremely affordable, to what some would consider "investments". This isn't everything, but a start.

Please, if you have anything to add to this list, leave a comment and share your wisdom with us all.

*The Bleating Doe's are not sponsored or affiliated with any of these products

Gifts For Your Hunter

1) Flask - For the hunter who likes to drink a little bourbon to warm up his toes while up in a tree.

2) Lunchbox and Thermos - To keep his coffee hot for the many cold dark hours he may be waiting while staking out his prey.

3) Magazine Subscription - There are many hunting magazine subscriptions out there available with monthly issues, which allows your man to have entertainment while on his throne at home, or even a conservation magazine for your state.

4) Hunting Swag- Shop from many online stores for hunting brand clothing and marketed material. My husband participates in and loves They have a forum for men (primarily, but everyone is welcome) contests, and have a store with decals, t-shirts, hats, hoodies and more.

5) Easy Bow Holder -

6) Thermacell Repeller -

7) Thermacell Mosquito Repellant, a must a certain times of the year -

8) Trail Cams-



9) Some good Warm Socks to keep those toes from freezing- c2ba640d1762&pf_rd_r=4VQ3SHFPQMRBDZT59MDT&psc=1&refRID=4VQ3SHFPQMRBDZT59MDT

10) Rangefinder so he knows when that shot is a sure thing-

11) Steel Flask funnel -

12) Compass, because why not? -

13 ) Game Scales -

14) Game Hoist Lift Systems -

15) Fleece lined winter layering set -

16) Gear Hanger -

17) Turkey Calls -

18) Hot Hands -

19) Decent Boots -

20) Books on hunting, trapping, wild game cooking

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21) Patches for wetsuit (for repairing boots)-

22) Card reader (you would have to find one that is compatible with your devices, but this handy device allows your man to upload photos from his trail camera onto his phone, a tv, computer etc-



23) Scandisk memory cards for trail cams -

24) Game Processing Kits -

25) Warm Fleece Jacket -

26) Bloodhunter head lamp -