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Re: boat fishing foods [Re: bigdtbone] #8139804 10/22/12 04:10 PM
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peanutt butter and honey sandwitches on whole grain bread along with bannanas and walnutts. All of these foods are light and keep you full and energized throughout the day. Plus they are healthy for you.

Re: boat fishing foods [Re: bigdtbone] #8142314 10/23/12 01:52 AM
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Thaz the good thing with baitin up with live shrimp.

If the fish don bite, eat the bait

Re: boat fishing foods [Re: bigdtbone] #8146051 10/23/12 11:57 PM
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I am on the Atkins diet now. I never have to worry about a bathroom break. Lots of protein and cheese.


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Re: boat fishing foods [Re: KOP] #8147373 10/24/12 05:07 AM
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Originally Posted By: KOP
peanutt butter and honey sandwitches on whole grain bread along with bannanas and walnutts. All of these foods are light and keep you full and energized throughout the day. Plus they are healthy for you.


No bananas on the boat, bad luck!!


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Re: boat fishing foods [Re: bigdtbone] #8149803 10/24/12 09:21 PM
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Bucket of fried chicken, sub sandwiches in zip-loc bags, grapes, and oranges...
Oranges are really good because... (they taste the same coming back up as they did going down)
LOL LOL LOL


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Re: boat fishing foods [Re: bigdtbone] #8164314 10/29/12 12:55 AM
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I've done many options, some better than others. Soggy sandwiches are not my favorite. Trail mix, crackers and cheese, and lunchables are very good easy options. Last summer while on a 2 day Rockport bay fishing adventure, a buddy mine pulled out a bag of sliced & peeled cucumbers that he had marinated in a spicy Cachere's concoction. Served up ice cold out of the ice chest. They were delicious. Very good on a hot day too. I'll be making that a regular option from now on when fishing hot summer days on the bay.




Re: boat fishing foods [Re: bigdtbone] #8165961 10/29/12 03:28 PM
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I usually just bring a couple Cliff energy bars and a couple packs of cheese crackers. A few water bottles, a few beers, and a few Dr. Peppers.



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